Posts for the “A. Some Lacanian History” category

Of Structure as an Inmixing of an Otherness prerequisite to Any Subject Whatever : 21st October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 21, 1966

This is Jacques Lacan’s contribution to an international symposium entitled “The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man,”. The sessions were convened under the auspices of the Johns Hopkins (…)

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Structure, Sign, and Play in the Discourse of the Human Sciences & Discussion : 21st October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Jacques Derrida

by Julia Evans on October 21, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, taking place from on 18th to 21stOctober 1966, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA. Presenter: Jacques (…)

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The Structure of Philosophic Language According to the “Preface” to Hegel’s ‘Phenomenology of the Mind’ & Discussion : 19th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Jean Hyppolite

by Julia Evans on October 19, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, taking place from 18th to 21st October 1966, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA. Presenter: (…)

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‘To Write: An Intransitive Verb?’ & Discussion : 19th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Roland Barthes

by Julia Evans on October 19, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, on 18th – 21stOctober 1966. Presenter: Roland Barthes Description of (…)

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‘Structure: Human Reality and Methodological Concept’ :18th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Lucien Goldman with Comments by Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 18, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, taking place from on 18th to 21stOctober 1966, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA. Presenter : (…)

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Literary Invention :18th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Charles Morazé & Discussion by Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 18, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, on 18th – 21stOctober 1966. Presenter: Charles Morazé Description of (…)

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Tiresias and the Critic : 18th October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : René Girard

by Julia Evans on October 18, 1966

Presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, on 18th – 21st October 1966. Presenter: René Girard Description (…)

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‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man : the Structuralist Controversy’ : 18th to 21st October 1966 (Baltimore, USA) : Richard Macksey & Eugenio Donato (Eds)

by Julia Evans on October 18, 1966

Texts presented at an international symposium, entitled ‘The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man’, at The Johns Hopkins Center, Baltimore, USA, from 18th to 21st October 1966. All the contributions (…)

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Écrits : Overture to this Collection : October 1966 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 1, 1966

Available in Bruce Fink’s translation here From Écrits, Jacques Lacan, The first complete edition in English : translated by Bruce Fink : W.W. Norton & Co : 2002 : p3-5 (…)

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Responses to Students of Philosophy Concerning the Object of Psychoanalysis : 19th February 1966 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on February 19, 1966

a) translated by Jeffrey Mehlman : October : 1987 : vol 40 : p106-113 Reprinted in Joan Copjec (Ed) : 1990 : Television/A Challenge to the Psychoanalytic Establishment : New York NY : W. W. Norton and Company : (…)

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