Posts for the “H. Notes on texts by Sigmund Freud” category

References to Sigmund Freud from within LacanianWorks

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2016

This list contains those works of Sigmund Freud which are referenced within posts to LacanianWorks.  Dates on LacanianWorks are not the date when it was posted.  I was not alive (…)

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Availability of Daniel Paul Schreber’s Memoirs of my nervous illness & many of the commentaries

by Julia Evans on September 2, 2015

Availability is given below. The Samuel Weber (1973) commentary has details of all the information published since 1903. It also has a very good map of the content of the (…)

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Schreber’s case revisited with echoes noted in the family of Fred West

by Julia Evans on January 11, 2015

Austin Gross (see http://groups.google.com/group/the-letter/ 17th December 2014) raises three questions which interest me: Am I right that, after a hundred years, we still have no idea what was censored in (…)

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How are Freud & Lacan evidence-based?

by Julia Evans on September 15, 2014

This material is taken from notes I made before the Saturday 6th September meeting. They have been expanded to include comments from the group, for which my thanks. My project, (…)

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Reason for ‘Interrogating Freud & Lacan’, suggested topics & how you may join in

by Julia Evans on July 14, 2014

Quote: We are thus presented with a new task which had no previous existence: the task, that is, of investigating the relations between the manifest content of dreams and the (…)

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Sigmund Freud & Hilda Doolittle : a transference contextualised

by Julia Evans on April 28, 2014

In Miquel Bassols’ text, here , he refers to an example of transference between Hilda Doolittle (See endnote [i]) and Sigmund Freud. (See endnote  [ii]). Sigmund Freud’s letter (See endnote (…)

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Further comments on ‘perverse jouissance’: Seminar VII:18th November 1959

by Julia Evans on October 22, 2012

1) These comments follow from those in Notes from p1 – 7 of Seminar VII from the 21-09-12 Reading Group Meeting  or here    ‘perverse jouissance’ is found on the (…)

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Notes on Seminar VII: 18th November 1959 : p1-7 : 15th September 2012 Reading Group Meeting

by Julia Evans on September 15, 2012

During the introduction to the Reading Group, Bruno de Florence volunteered to read the seminar in French to check the translation.  It transpires there are a number of mistakes and (…)

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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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Further explorations of Freud’s 1921 enquiry ‘There must (therefore) be the possibility of transforming group psychology into individual psychology’

by Julia Evans on November 12, 2011

And on limits and groups and their links to others in the context of the August riots.   To recap (Cartel presentation on 8th October – Available Further exploration of limits (…)

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