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Correspondence with Jacques Lacan (1963 - 1969)

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=Introduction===No Subject==Althusser, Louis. '''Writings On Psychoanalysis : Freud and Lacan''' Ed. Corpet, Olivier.; Matheron, Franðcois. ''European Perspectives''. New York, N.Y. Columbia University Press, 1999. ==Editor==
''This exchange of letters begins at a crucial moment in the life of Jacques Lacan: he had just been stricken from the list of training analysts of the Société Française de Psychanalyse (SFP) on October 13, 1963, after two years of negotiations with representatives of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA). Stripped of the right to train students, Lacan was then obliged to break with the official institution,<ref>Cf. Elisabeth Roudinesco, ''La Bataille de cent ans: Histoire de la psychanalyse en France'', 2 vols. (Paris: Seuil, 1986), vol. 2 (English translation by Jeffrey Mehlman, Jacques Lacan & Co. [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990]).
</ref> which plunged him into great turmoil, evidence of which can be seen in his first letters.

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