Welcome to No Subject, a free online encyclopedia for information related to Lacanian psychoanalysis.
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We have 4,355 pages about psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic theory, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, Slavoj Zizek and related ideas.
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This "prevalence of the text ... makes possible the kind of tightening up" that for Jacques Lacan "leaves the reader no other way out than the way in."
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No Subject is a free encyclopedia of Lacanian psychoanalysis that was inaugurated during the summer of 2006 by Mark Olynciw, and is the product of an active and growing community of users.
Like most wikis, it is designed to be a collaborative effort and virtually every page of the archive can be edited by our registered users.
As of December 2006, there were 2,602 articles within the No Subject wiki.
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