Posts for the “b. Use of power” category

…his lack of any self-limiting principle. If the problem is limits, then this is a problem without an easy solution, because we too have learnt to be limitlessly acquisitive: Christopher Caldwell

by Julia Evans on April 27, 2012

Power and limits. I suggest, following the theologian René Girard[i], that there are two foundations for the way in which we choose to relate to others.  I will be developing (…)

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▪ Chronicle of Éric Laurent ▪ Research and Punish : Ethics Today LQ 199 : 18th April 2012

by Julia Evans on April 18, 2012

Circulated in French by New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis : as [nls-messager] 433 – 2011/2012 LACAN QUOTIDIEN N°199   on 19th April 2012 Title : Lacan Quotidien n°199 – (…)

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“It feels like a train crash happening in slow motion…”: One of Tesco’s top 10 shareholders.

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

Reasons for circulating: I have oft declared that, without evidence or impact surveys or establishing what is going on now, the Government is inserting a Tesco-like system for managing the (…)

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Who regulates – The all-knowing Government from a position of total control or institutions based in the development of practice….

by Julia Evans on April 3, 2012

Well, of course, the all-knowing Government using Privy Council power, See below: Letter published in the  Daily Telegraph – 3rd April 2012  and available here Regulating dentists  SIR – The (…)

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Sadeian power, the UK Government……… & CON-sultations

by Julia Evans on February 3, 2012

Contents   1)  A further post to : my response to a Government CON-sultation, assumptions & the concrete wall which protects the collaborators & excludes everyone else. 2)  How (…)

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Boundaries: 21st January 2012: Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on January 21, 2012

[Edited May 2nd 2012] So to continue: Last time, (November 2011) I was arguing for three forms of differentiation between individuals and groups following Freud’s question[i] of how they develop. (…)

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‘Meno’, Montaigne and the ‘Docta Ignorantia’: Some thoughts and comments on the weak symbolic in the 21st century

by Bruce Scott on January 21, 2012

Plato’s Dialogue, ‘Meno’, (written in the middle of the fourth century B.C.E.  [i]) is a wonderful example of an anti-technological and anti-systemizing stance towards psychotherapy or psychoanalysis. In the ‘Meno’, (…)

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The Sadeian position in Jacques Lacan’s Seminar X & LacanianWorks posts

by Julia Evans on January 16, 2012

Background   During the Monday 16th January 2012 ‘Reading Seminar X Group’, questions emerged from Lacan’s use of ‘concentration camps’. [Beginning paragraph of the 27th February 1963 session: Chapter XII (…)

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The Government’s reforms to the NHS? A car crash in slow motion playing out before our very eyes. Stephen Wright

by Julia Evans on January 6, 2012

We’re spending millions, billions, on changes for which there was no electoral mandate, for which there is no need, based on fundamentally flawed thinking that competition, not co-operation delivers the (…)

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Jacques Lacan’s texts on the principles of power as applied to a treatment and tackling power and control within psychoanalytic organisations

by Julia Evans on November 24, 2011

The following LacanianWorks pages have web-links to English translations of relevant texts by Jacques Lacan :   The Direction of the Treatment and the Principles of its Power:10th-13th July 1958 (…)

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