Posts for the “Evaluation & Outcome Measurement” category

Why is the Ideology of Evaluation Pernicious?

by Jean-Claude Maleval on April 14, 2010

Presented on 14th April, 2010 to the VIIth Congress of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP): ‘Semblants and Sinthome’. Published in Psychoanalytic Notebooks, journal of the London Society of the (…)

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Opposing the Section 60 Order which will make psychology a function of the state – as it was in Soviet Russia.

by Julia Evans on April 16, 2009

Letter of protest sent across both Houses of Parliament : Amended 6th November 2012 Julia Evans: Flat 1 (Basement Flat), 32 Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, London, SW5 9PE Web-site: (…)

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Wellbeing & Happiness as used by the UK Government

by Julia Evans on May 7, 2007

Introduction   Wellbeing and happiness are two words, constructions, or concepts in use by Government in changing the practice of all health professionals. This paper has three sections: first it (…)

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‘another example of the modern disease of compulsive risk assessment psychosis – otherwise known as crap’ Prof John Adams

by Julia Evans on November 4, 2005

I circulate this (February 2012), which was found lurking within my computer, for the following reasons: 1) It shows proof of my claim to have been grappling with these problems: (…)

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The Black Hole of Vanities : 9th September 2005 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on September 9, 2005

Published : A previous version seems to have been published on the École de la Cause Freudienne Messager web-site, as ‘Le trou noir des vanités’, ECF-messager, 2nd March 2000. This (…)

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On a reform in its hole : 3rd February 1969 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on February 3, 1969

Le Monde had asked Lacan to write an editorial about the University reform that had been put forward by Edgar Faure in the wake of the tumultuous events of May (…)

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It almost looks as if analysis were the third of those ‘impossible’ professions in which one can be sure beforehand of achieving unsatisfying results. The other two, which have been known much longer, are education and government: Sigmund Freud

by Julia Evans on January 2, 1937

Quote from Sigmund Freud, who wrote this 75 years ago, [i] as follows: And finally we must not forget that the analytic relationship is based on a love of truth – (…)

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