Posts for the “A. Some Lacanian History” category

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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The finger in the sand

by Bruno de Florence on May 16, 2012

At the 23 April 2012 Lacanian Forum’s reading group session on Lacan’s Seminar 10 (L’angoisse, 20 March 1963), I had been puzzled by the reference to “Sartre’s making a hole in (…)

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Institution of the Phantasm Phantasms of the Institutions (E.C.F., Paris) : 17th October 1991 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on October 17, 1991

Ceci est le texte établi d’une conférence donnée au Séminaire de la psychanalyse avec les enfants au local de l’E.C.F. à Paris le 17 octobre 1991. Originally published as: Institution (…)

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Alienation and Separation in Seminar XI (Paris) : 1st July 1990 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on July 1, 1990

Availability Background to the English Speaking Seminar on Seminar XI An Historical View Availability Text of a talk given in Paris on 1st July 1990 as part of the English (…)

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Dossier on the Institutional Debate, An Introduction : 1990 : Joan Copjec

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1990

P49 – 52 of ‘Jacques Lacan, Television & A challenge to the Psychoanalytic Establishment’ edited by Joan Copjec : W. W. Norton & Company : 1990 Most of the documents (…)

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The Purloined Poe: Lacan, Derrida and Psychoanalytic Reading : 1988 : John P. Muller and William J. Richardson (Editors & Authors)

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1988

John P. Muller and William J. Richardson (eds) The Purloined Poe: Lacan, Derrida and Psychoanalytic Reading : 1988: Baltimore MD and London : The John Hopkins University Press CONTENT – (…)

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Introduction – II to ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’: 1982: Jacqueline Rose

by Julia Evans on January 31, 1982

‘Introduction II’ by Jacqueline Rose who describes the conceptual movement of the texts themselves, and the implications of the debate on femininity in and around the work of Lacan. Jacqueline (…)

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Introduction – I to ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’: 1982 : Juliet Mitchell

by Julia Evans on January 31, 1982

‘Introduction I’ by Juliet Mitchell situates Lacan’s work in relation to his overall project within psychoanalytic theory, and then gives an account of the earlier psychoanalytic debate on femininity in (…)

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Commentaries & Information from ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne: Feminine Sexuality’ : 1982 : Juliet Mitchell and Jacqueline Rose

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1982

Book details: ‘Jacques Lacan & the École Freudienne :  Feminine Sexuality’ : Edited by Juliet Mitchell and Jacqueline Rose : Translated by Jacqueline Rose : Macmillan: 1982 Chapter titles & (…)

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Brief Biography of Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on September 9, 1981

Born in Paris, 1901 Medical training in the Paris Medical Faculty. Became Chef de Clinique in 1932. Doctoral thesis for psychiatric degree – ‘Paranoid psychosis in its relation to the (…)

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