Love Thy Neighbour: In “Significant Quantities” : 26th March 2017 : Joanne Conway

by Julia Evans on March 26, 2017

Note : Joanne Conway is from Dublin, Ireland. This text explores current Irish examples of Freud’s observations of the annihilation of the subject. In the UK Jimmy Savile’s activities, the Rotherham sex abuse case also point to what happens when connections between human beings are broken. It is relevant to post-Brexit Britain which is producing disconnection between communities, services to our communities and alienating subjects from political involvement.

Published on the blog ‘Psychoanalysts against Marine le Pen’ :

In preparation for Pipol 8 : 4th European Congress of Psychoanalysis : The clinic outside-the-norms (La Clinique hors-les-normes) : 1st & 2nd July 2017 – Brussels : www.pipol8.eu

Circulated by EuroFédération of Psychoanalysis (EFP) on 26th March 2017.

Available here

References & their availability

P1 & P2 Civilization and its Discontents: 1929: Sigmund Freud:

available here http://archive.org/details/CivilizationAndItsDiscontents

P1 & P2 The Uncanny: 1919h : Sigmund Freud

Standard Edition: Vol 17: p217-252 or Penguin Freud Library: Vol 14 – Art and Literature: p335-374

P2 Information and availability Seminar VII: The ethics of psychoanalysis: 1959-1960: Jacques Lacan or here

Further texts

Of the clinic here

Contemporary Clinic here

By Sigmund Freud here

By Jacques Lacan here

By Joanne Conway here