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The Seminars

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The titles of each year (or each 'book') of the [[seminar]], are listed below.
The original French titles are listed below the English ones.
<blockquote style="background: white; border: 0px solid black; padding: 1em; text-align:center; line-height:2.0em;">{| style="width:100%; height:200px; text-align:left; line-height:2.0em;"|+The Seminar <BR>''Le Séminaire''<BR><BR>|-! Book <BR>''Livre'' !! Year<BR>''Année'' !! Title<BR>''Titre'' !! |-! I| 1953-4 || [[seminarThe_Seminar%2C_Book_I._Freud%27s_Papers_on_Technique%2C_1953-1954|Freud's Papers on Technique]] (. <BR>''[[FrenchLes écrits techniques de Freud]]: ''. || [[séminaireimage:Sem1.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]) |-==Summary==! IIIn contrast with | 1954-5 || [[The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis]], whose work was primarily written, .<BR> ''[[Jacques LacanLe moi dans la théorie de Freud et dans la technique de la psychanalyse]]'s work was for the most part an oral improvisation from notes delivered as an ongoing '. || [[seminarimage:Sem22.jpg|thumb|50px|right]] that he held in Paris from 1953 to 1980. |-! IIIFrom 1953 to 1963, | 1955-6 || [[LacanThe psychoses| The Psychoses]].<BR>''s [[seminarLes psychoses]] was held at the ''. || [[Sainte-Anne Hospital]] in Parisimage:Sem3.  From 1964 to 1969, starting with seminar 11, it was held at the [[École Normale Supérieurejpg|thumb|50px|right]] on rue d'Ulm. A|-nd finally, from 1969 to 1980, starting with seminar 17, it was held before a much larger audience in the amphitheater of the law school at the Panthéon.! IV  ==Early Lectures==In 1951, | 1956-7 || [[LacanObject Relations]] began to give private lectures in .<BR> ''[[Sylvia BatailleLa relation d'objet et les structures freudiennes]]'s apartment at 3 rue de Lille'.  The lectures were attended by a small group of || [[traineeimage:Sem4.jpg|thumb|50px|right]] |-! V| 1957-8 || [[psychoanalysts]], and were based on readings The formations of some the unconscious|The Formations of [[Freudthe Unconscious]].<BR> ''s [[case historiesLes formations de l'inconscient]]: ''. || [[Doraimage:Sem5.jpg|thumb|50px|right]], the |-! VI| 1958-9 || [[Rat ManDesire and its interpretation| Desire and its Interpretation]] and the . <BR> ''[[Wolf ManLe désir et son interprétation]]''. || |-! VII==Hôpital Sainte| 1959-Anne==In 1953, the venue of these lectures moved to the 60 || [[Hôpital Sainte-AnneThe Ethics of Psychoanalysis]], here a larger audience could be accommodated.  Although <BR> ''[[LacanL'éthique de la psychanalyse]] sometimes refers to the private lectures of 1951-2 and 1952-3 as the first two years of his ''. || [[seminarimage:Sem7.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]', the term is now usually reserved for the public lectures which began in 1953. |-! VIIIFrom that point on until his | 1960-1 || [[deathLe_transfert | Transference]] in 1981, .<BR> ''[[LacanLe transfert (dans sa disparité subjective)]] took a different theme each academic year and delivered a series of lectures on it''.  These twenty-seven annual series of lectures are usually referred to collectively as 'the || [[seminarimage:Sem8.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]', in the singular.|-==École Normale Supérieure==! IXAfter ten years at the [[Hôpital Sainte| 1961-Anne]], the 2 || [[seminarL%27identification | Identification]] moved to the .<BR> ''[[École Normale SupérieureL'identification]] in 1964, and to the Faculté de Droit in 1973''. || |-!  These changes of venue were due to various reasons, not least | 1963 || [[Les Noms du père|The Names of which was the need to accommodate the constantly growing audience as the Father]].<BR> ''[[seminarLes Noms du père]] gradually became a focal point in the Parisian intellectual resurgence of the 1950s and 1960s''.|| |-== Speech ==! X  Given | 1962-3 || [[Lacan]]L's insistence that [[speech]] is the only medium of [[psychoanalysisangoisse|Anxiety]],<ref>{{E}} p.40</refBR> it is perhaps appropriate that the original means by which ''[[LacanL'angoisse]] developed and expounded his ideas should have been the spoken ''. || [[wordimage:Sem10.jpg|thumb|50px|right]].|-! XIAs | 1964 || [[LacanSeminar XI|The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis]]. <BR> ''s [[seminarLes quatre concepts fondamentaux de la psychanalyse]]s became increasingly popular, demand grew for written transcripts of the ''. || [[seminarimage:Sem11.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]. |-! XIIHowever, apart from a few small articles that he wrote on the basis of some lectures delivered in the course of the | 1964-5 || [[seminarCrucial problems for psychoanalysis | Crucial Problems for Psychoanalysis]], . <BR> ''[[LacanProblèmes cruciaux pour la psychanalyse]] never published any account of his own [[seminar]]s''.|| |-In 1956! XIII | 1965-9 6 || [[Lacan]] authorised Jean-Bertrand Pontalis to publish a few summaries The object of sections psychoanalysis | The Object of the [[seminarPsychoanalysis]] during those years, but this as not enough to satisfy the growing demand for written accounts of . <BR>''[[LacanL'objet de la psychanalyse]]'s teaching'. || |-! XIVHence unauthorised transcripts of | 1966-7 || [[LacanThe logic of fantasy | The Logic of Fantasy]]. <BR>''s [[seminarLa logique du fantasme]] began increasingly to be circulated among his followers in an almost clandestine way''. |-Even during ! XV| 1967-8 || [[LacanThe Psychoanalytic Act]].<BR>''s lifetime, the [[seminarL'acte psychanalytique]] circulated in the form of photocopies of diverse and unreliable written versions of the spoken text''. |-Beginning in 1973, ! XVI| 1968-9 || [[Lacan]] entrusted From one other to the transcription of Other | From One Other to the [[seminarOther]] to . <BR>''[[Jacques-Alain MillerD'un Autre à l'autre]]''.  In 1973, || [[Lacanimage:Sem16.jpg|thumb|50px|right]] allowed his son|-in! XVII| 1969-law, 70 || [[Jacques-Alain Miller]], to publish an edited transcript The reverse of the lectures given in 1964, the eleventh year psychoanalysis | The Reverse of the [[seminarPsychoanalysis]].  In an editor's note to <BR> ''[[The Four Fundamental Concepts of PsychoanalysisL'envers de la psychanalyse]]'', the first of his publications of . || [[Lacanimage:Sem17.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]'s |-! XVIII | 1971 || [[seminarsOn a Discourse That Would Not Be Semblance]], [[Miller]] writes:  .<blockquotebr>"My intention here was to be as unobtrusive as possible and to obtain from Jacques Lacan's spoken work an authentic version that would stand, in the future, for the original, which does not exist."<ref>{{S11}} p. xi</ref></blockquote> Since then, '[[MillerD'un discours qui ne serait pas du semblant]] has continued to bring out edited versions of other years of the [[seminar]], although the number published is still fewer than half''. |-! XIX| 1971-2 || [[Miller. . . Or Worse]].<BR>''s role in editing and publishing the [[seminar]] has led to some very heated arguments, with opponents claiming he has distorted [[Lacan...ou pire]]'s original'.|-However, as [[Miller]] himself has pointed out, the transition from an oral to a written medium, and the editing required by this, means that these published versions of the [[seminar]] could never be simple transcripts of the lectures given by ! XX| 1972-3 || [[LacanEncore]].<refBR>Miller, 1985</ref> So far only nine of the yearly [''[[[seminarEncore]]]]s have been published in book form, while authorised extracts from others have appeared in the journal '' || [[Ornicar?image:Sem20.jpg|thumb|50px|right]]. |-Unauthorised transcripts of the unpublished years of the [[seminar]] continue to circulate today, both in [[France]] and abroad.! XXI | 1973-4 || [[NameThe Non-Duped Err/The Names of-the-Father]] was to be the next [[seminar]], but only a single session was given, on November 25, 1963, at .<BR>''[[SainteLes non-Anne Hospitaldupes errent]]''. |-!XXII | 1974-5 || [[LacanRSI]] stopped giving this .<BR>''[[seminar]] when he learned that the [[International Psychoanalytical Association]] had refused to reinstate him as a [[training]] [[analystRSI]]''.|-Each !XXIII | 1975-6 || [[seminar]] contains approximately 25 presentations from the weekly seminarThe Sinthome]]. While each presentation is supposed to pick up and follow on from the week before, the connections can often be tenuous.  Unlike the <BR>''[[ÉcritsLe sinthom]]'', the [[seminar]]s are not difficult to read, but it can still be hard to follow the train of associations and links that [[Lacan]] makes. |-!XXIV Usually, though, in a performative flourish | 1976-7 || [[Lacan]] will pull One Knew That It Was a Mistaken Moon on the whole presentation together in the final moments and provide a startlingly clear and understandable formulation Wings of what he has been talking about. The individual [[seminarLove]].<BR>''L'insu que sait de l'une-bévue s that make up [[Lacan]]'s [[seminar]] are as follows: Because [[Lacan]] was old and ill, seminar 27 was not delivered publicly but only publishedaile à mourre''. |-It dealt with the dissolution of his school,École freudienne de Paris (Freudian School of Paris).!XXV == Definition ==A | 1977-8 || [[seminar]] is a form The Moment of academic teaching, at a university or offered by a commercial or professional organization, in small groups where students are requested to actively participate during meetings.  This often has to be done by presenting a paper in class and also in written form. Normally, participants must not be beginners.  The idea behind [[[[seminar]]Concluding]]s is to confront students with the methodology of their chosen subject and also to familiarise them with practical problems that might crop up during their research work. Often a <BR>''[[seminarLe moment de conclure]] will be open to discussion, where questions can be raised and debates conducted''.|-Another form of academic teaching is lecturing, a form which involves larger student groups with less active participation. !XXVI  In some European universities a | 1978-9 || [[seminarTopology and Time]] can be a large lecture course, especially when conducted by a renowned thinker, regardless of the size of the audience or its participation in discussion==See Also==* <BR>''[[École freudienne de ParisLa topologie et le temps]]'' ([[École freudienne de Paris.|Freudian School of Paris]]) * [[France]]-* [[Jacques-Marie Émile Lacan]]!XVII * | 1980 || [[Maurice Merleau-PontyDissolution]]* .<BR>''[[Ornicar?Dissolution]]''.* [[Sainte-Anne Hospital]] ==References==|}<references/blockquote># École Lacanienne de psychanalyse. (1991). Le transfert dans tous ses errata and Pour une transcription critique des séminaires de Jacques Lacan. Paris: E.P.E.L.# Miller, Jacques-Alain. (1985). Entretien sur le séminaire avec François Ansermet. Paris: Navarin.
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