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The Freudian Thing

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1955 (36 pp.)-LA CHOSE FREUDIENNE OU SENS DU RETOUR A FREUD EN PSYCHANALYSE (THE FREUDIAN THING, OR THE MEANING OF THE RETURN TO FREUD IN PSYCHOANALYSIS)-1956
On November 7, 1955, [[Lacan ]] gave a paper at the neuropsychiatric [[clinic ]] of Prof. Hoff in [[Vienna]], followed by a [[discussion ]] [[session ]] among [[analysts]]. He gave an account of the paper in Seminaire III (30). Then, after the fact, he wrote it for the E.P. and later, in 1966, he revised the [[text ]] again. This shows how all ached he was to this digest of "four years of teaching." After the outdated [[rhetoric ]] of the preamble, the presentation is organized around force�ful subtitles and contains inspired accents: the unforgettable prosopopeia of [[truth ]] ("I, Truth, will [[speak]]"), like Diana [[speaking ]] to men, her lovers, through Actaeon-[[Freud ]] (Lacan?), and telling [[them ]] to hear "literally" what "the professor-Freud" (Lacan?) said [[about ]] her. Also unforgettable are the parodic prosopopeia of the "desk" where the [[object ]] speaks, "the unripe grape of [[speech]]" (on the [[Father]]'s side) and "the bunch of wrath" (on the [[Mother]]'s side) that inhabit the [[child]], or the avenging expressions against his opponents, these" managers of the soul." What remains of all this? It may be surprising that Lacan rediscovered Freud through a line of moralists (Gracian, La Rochefoucauld, [[Nietzsche]]): "The latest to join them, and, like them, stimulated no [[doubt ]] by a properly [[Christian ]] concern for the authenticity of the movement of the soul, Freud was able to precipitate a [[whole ]] casuistics into a map of Tendre,c which has only to be set in accordance with the offices for which it was intended." Against the [[Anglo-Saxon ]] "success" or "[[happiness]]," the reign of the [[Other ]] in the [[Schema ]] L (27, 31) "extends as far into the [[subject ]] as the laws of speech reign," the laws that are the binary laws of cybernetics ([[presence]]-[[absence]]) as well as the laws of kinship and alliance ([[Oedipus]]) where the commerce in [[women ]] is held to be prior to all [[others]]. Finally, the Wo Es war, soil Ich werden (There where it was [La Ol~ c' (s') hair], must I come to be [dois-Je c. The Pays dCl Tel/dre was an allegorical country in which [[love ]] was the sole preoc�cupation. It was the creation of Mlle. de Scudcry and other novelists of the seventeenth century.
advenirl) , more amply commented on than in the Seminaire II, takes on the weight of a sacred [[word]]. Here, it is a question of a "[[murder ]] party. "d Everywhere, indeed, metaphors of [[death ]] blossom. Logically, then, the function of the [[analyst ]] is to "cadaver�ize his [[position]]" by his [[silence]]. Whether he embodies the Other or the other, "he makes death [[present]]." Is this the [[vision ]] of an [[analysand ]] or of an analyst? Is it the emblem of the founding [[dead ]] Father? [[Jung ]] is supposed to have passed on to Lacan Freud's [[words ]] as he was sailing towards the [[United States]]:
"They do not realize we're bringing them the plague."
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