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On Psychoanalytic Discourse – The Capitalist’s Discourse (Milan, Italy): 12th May 1972: Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on May 12, 1972

Title: On Psychoanalytic Discourse Given by Jacques Lacan at the University of Milan on 12th May 1972 Translated by Jack W. Stone. Published by the University of Missouri, here Available (…)

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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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‘Proposal (Proposition) of 9th October 1967 
on the psychoanalyst of the School’: Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 9, 1967

This is one of three texts where Jacques Lacan deals with the structure of a psychoanalytic organisation (Access to translations below) : 1)    1964: a) The founding act b) Adjunct (…)

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Founding Act : 21st June 1964 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on June 21, 1964

Quote:  ‘This is one of three texts where Jacques Lacan deals with the structure of a psychoanalytic organisation: 1)    1964: a) The founding act b) Adjunct to the founding act (…)

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Minute : The Study Group SFP [Société Français de Psychoanalyse) : 2nd August 1963 : The International Psychoanalytical Association

by Julia Evans on August 2, 1963

Translated by Jeffrey Mehlman Published :  p79 – 80 of  ‘Jacques Lacan, Television & A challenge to the Psychoanalytic Establishment’ edited by Joan Copjec : W. W. Norton & Company (…)

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

by Julia Evans on July 10, 1958

This is the first of two papers given by Jacques Lacan at the Colloque International de Royaumont, 10th-13th July 1958, invited by the Société Française de Psychanalyse Index – English (…)

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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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