What does an Analysis satisfy? Episode 1 (Dublin) : 11th October 2019 : Dalila Arpin (audio)

by Julia Evans on October 11, 2019

Given as part of ICLO (www.iclo-nls.org )-NLS (www.amp-nls.org ) series on Space Formation of the Analyst and its School on 11th October 2019.

Title: What does an analysis satisfy? 

Theme: Satisfaction  / Time and urgency in an analysis: My experience of the Pass    

On Friday 11th October, 2019, ICLO Society of the NLS welcomed Dalila Arpin (AS) in Dublin. In an analysis it comes to pass that something that once caused suffering becomes, a source of satisfaction. How is this transformation produced? Only the experience of an analysis taken to its end via the Pass, can teach us about this point.

Argument: The life of a subject can be translated in psychoanalytical terms as an attempt to respond to a point of real. The Real is that which does work, does not fit. It appears as something impossible. This space will explore how a subject can find the way of know how (savoir faire) with the real he encounters in his life. In an analysis it comes to pass that something that once caused suffering becomes, , a source of satisfaction. How is this transformation  produced? Only the experience of an analysis taken to its end via the Pass, can teach us about this point.

Dalila Arpin is an Argentinean psychoanalyst practicing in Paris. She is a member of the École de la Cause freudienne (ECF) and the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP). She is an Analyst Member of the School (AMS) and Analyst of the School (AS) from 2016-2019.  She has a Doctorate in psychoanalysis from Paris VII University (Figures of Disbelief) and has written a book entitled Couples celèbres. Liaisons insconscientes (Celebrity Couples: Unconscious Encounters).

Availability

Audio available http://www.radiolacan.com/en/topic/1294/3     recorded on 11th October 2019 at a meeting of ICLO in Dublin

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On Friday 11th October, 2019, ICLO Society of the NLS welcomed Dalila Arpin (AS) to Dublin. In an analysis it comes to pass that something that once caused suffering becomes, a source of satisfaction. How is this transformation produced? Only the experience of an analysis taken to its end via the Pass, can teach us about this point.

Episode 1

What does an Analysis satisfy?
By Dalila Arpin

Established by: Linda Clarke, Ruzanna Hakobyan

Related texts

Florencia F.C. Shanahan : What Is Satisfied… : Circulated From: NLS-Messager as Subject: [nls-messager] 3305.en/ 4+one – The NLS Cartels Newsletter – No. 13 on Date: 17 December 2019 at 21:39:59 GMT : Available http://www.amp-nls.org/page/gb/49/nls-messager/0/2019-2020/4029

Florencia F. C. Shanahan : Urgency: ¡Never the Same! : Circulated From: NLS-Messager, Subject: [nls-messager] 3133.en/ TIDBITS – Florencia F. C. Shanahan – Towards the NLS Congress 2019, Date: 14 May 2019 at 23:24:56 BST, Also at https://www.nlscongress2019.com/new-blog-1/urgency-never-the-same  

Notes or aide-memoires by JE

Note : Although some links are given, no attempt has been made to give the exact location.

Mirror  6 to 18 months complete image imaginary from the other Carroll, Picasso, Bosch,

Mirror Stage: 16th June 1936 (Paris), 3rd August 1936 (Marienbad), 1938, 17th July 1949 (Zurich), 1966: Jacques Lacan  or here 

Klein depression around 6 months  Lacan different

Seminar IV : Satisfaction related to frustration  presence or absence of symbolic  object always disappointment  See Seminar IV : The Object Relation & Freudian Structures 1956-1957 : begins 21st November 1956 : Jacques Lacan or here

anorexic eats nothing it is the process    Mother does not give  Anorexia is power.

Function & Field  – end of analysis  The Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis (Rome) : 26th September 1953 : Jacques Lacan  or here 

Seminar V  Feb & April 1958 hallucinatory satisfaction……   See  Seminar V : The Formations of the Unconscious : 1957-1958 : begins 6th November 1957 : Jacques Lacan or here         

Klein 

Winnicott – wishful thinking

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Freud – strawberries dream : See

Notes on p19-27 of Seminar VII: 25th November 1959: Reading Group of 27th October 2012 (Dream of ‘strawberries’ & of ‘dead father’) by Julia Evans on 27th  October 2012 or here 

Dream: Child aged 10 months dream of strawberries: 31st October 1897 : Sigmund Freud  or here   here 

Letter from Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess: 31st October 1897 : Known as Letter 73 or here   

The Interpretation of Dreams: 1st November 1899 (published as 1900): Sigmund Freud  or here      

On Dreams : 14th October 1900 [1901a] : Sigmund Freud or here  

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Direction of the treatment – do not recognise desire.  Desire different to words. 

The Direction of the Treatment and the Principles of its Power:10th-13th July 1958 : Jacques Lacan or here 

Laurent hope last thing we lose

Maternity to be phallus for someone they love

What object we are in the desire of the other   Not be forced to obey

Seminar X  introduces object a  object locus in the way to the real  Seminar X: The Anxiety (or Dread): 1962-1963: begins 14th November 1962: Jacques Lacan    or here       

Instinct & their vicissitudes : 1915 : Sigmund Freud. SE XIV: 117-140  : published at www.Freud2Lacan.com : available here  

Seminar XI   Seminar XI: The Four Fundamental Concepts: 1963-1964 : beginning 15th January 1964 : Jacques Lacan or here 

no object satisfy the drive but presence of an object for drive to encircle  

1954 Seminar I or Seminar II : Jouissance – satisfaction of the drive – real satisfaction beyond the pleasure principle  

Change way to reach this satisfaction

One speak to oneself   …… constant dialogue 

Writing  J been ciphered  Unc on the side of one alone.  Other is manufactured.  

Seminar XI – Unc separated from knowledge  

Truth is a mirage – end of analysis.  Unc as a real.  Urgency   satisfaction  can be reached.  

Satisfaction of the end – real satisfaction of the drive.

Beyond the pleasure the principle – it is a pain.   Symptom transformed into sinthome  – this one has to be satisfactory. 

Television  Television: 31st January 1974 : Jacques Lacan or here

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Further texts

Lacanian Transmission here 

Of the clinic here 

Contemporary Case Studies here 

Ordinary Psychosis here 

Some Lacanian history here

The Symptom in the 21st century here 

Translation Working Group here 

From LW working groups here

Use of power here 

By Dalila Arpin here 

By Sigmund Freud here 

Notes on texts by Sigmund Freud here 

By Jacques Lacan here        

Notes on texts by Jacques Lacan here 

By Julia Evans here