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=‘The Lacanian Subject: Between Language and Jouissance’ by Bruce Fink=
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==Description==
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This book presents the radically new [[theory]] of [[subjectivity]] found in the [[work]] of Jacques [[Lacan]]. Against the tide of post-[[structuralist]] thinkers who announce “the [[death]] of the [[subject]],” [[Bruce Fink]] explores what it means to come into [[being]] as a subject where impersonal forces once reigned, subjectify the [[alien]] roll of the dice at the beginning of our [[universe]], and make our own knotted web of our parents’ desires that led [[them]] to bring us into this [[world]].
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Lucidly guiding readers through the labyrinth of [[Lacanian]] theory—unpacking such central notions as the [[Other]], object ''a'', the [[unconscious]] as [[structures]] like a [[language]], [[alienation]] and [[separation]], the paternal [[metaphor]], [[jouissance]], and [[sexual]] difference—Fink demonstrates in-depth [[knowledge]] of Lacan’s [[theoretical]] and [[clinical]] work. Indeed, this is the first book to appear in [[English]] that displays a firm grasp of both theory ''and'' [[practice]] of Lacanian [[psychoanalysis]], the [[author]] being one of the only Americans to have undergone [[full]] [[training]] with Lacan’s [[school]] in [[Paris]].
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Fink leads the reader step by step into Lacan’s [[conceptual]] [[system]] to explain how one comes to be a subject—leading to [[psychosis]]. Presenting Lacan’s theory in the context of his clinical preoccupations, Fink provides the most balanced, sophisticated, and penetrating view of Lacan’s work to date—invaluable to the initiated and the uninitiated alike.
  
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==Reviews==
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"The Lacanian Subject not only provides an excellent introduction into the fundamental coordinates of [[Jacques Lacan]]'s conceptual network; it also proposes original solutions to (or at least clarifications of) some of the crucial dilemmas [[left]] open by Lacan's work."---'''Slavoj [[Zizek]]''', ''Journal for Psychoanalysis of [[Culture]] and [[Society]] Review''
  
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"Fink provides the first clear, comprehensive, systematic account of Lacan's work in English. The influence of this book is certain to be immense on theorists and therapists alike as it provides the fully articulated foundations for a Lacanian pedagogy, and makes generally available a radically new [[understanding]] of the [[analyst]]'s [[role]]. A magnificent piece of [[intellectual]] [[synthesis]], an imposing and original contribution to [[psychoanalytic]] [[thought]]." ― '''Richard [[Klein]]''', Cornell University
  
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==About the Author==
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'''Bruce Fink''' is a practicing Lacanian [[psychoanalyst]], [[analytic]] supervisor, member of the ''Ecole de la [[Cause]] freudienne'' in Paris, and Professor of [[Psychology]] at Duquesne [[University]]. He is the author of ''A Clinical Introduction to [[Lacanian Psychoanalysis]]: Theory and [[Technique]]''.
  
This book presents the radically new [[theory]] of [[subjectivity]] found in the [[work]] of Jacques [[Lacan]]. Against the tide of post-[[structuralist]] thinkers who announce “the [[death]] of the [[subject]],” [[Bruce Fink]] explores what it means to come into [[being]] as a subject where impersonal forces once reigned, subjectify the [[alien]] roll of the dice at the beginning of our [[universe]], and make our own knotted web of our parents’ desires that led [[them]] to bring us into this [[world]].
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Lucidly guiding readers through the labyrinth of [[Lacanian]] theory—unpacking such central notions as the [[Other]], object ''a'', the [[unconscious]] as [[structures]] like a [[language]], [[alienation]] and [[separation]], the paternal [[metaphor]], [[jouissance]], and [[sexual]] difference—Fink demonstrates in-depth [[knowledge]] of Lacan’s [[theoretical]] and [[clinical]] work. Indeed, this is the first book to appear in [[English]] that displays a firm grasp of both theory ''and'' [[practice]] of Lacanian [[psychoanalysis]], the [[author]] being one of the only Americans to have undergone [[full]] [[training]] with Lacan’s [[school]] in [[Paris]].
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'''Bruce Fink''' is a practicing Lacanian [[psychoanalyst]], [[analytic]] supervisor, member of the ''Ecole de la [[Cause]] freudienne'' in Paris, and Professor of [[Psychology]] at Duquesne [[University]]. He is the author of ''A Clinical Introduction to [[Lacanian Psychoanalysis]]: Theory and [[Technique]]''.
 
  
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Description

This book presents the radically new theory of subjectivity found in the work of Jacques Lacan. Against the tide of post-structuralist thinkers who announce “the death of the subject,” Bruce Fink explores what it means to come into being as a subject where impersonal forces once reigned, subjectify the alien roll of the dice at the beginning of our universe, and make our own knotted web of our parents’ desires that led them to bring us into this world.

Lucidly guiding readers through the labyrinth of Lacanian theory—unpacking such central notions as the Other, object a, the unconscious as structures like a language, alienation and separation, the paternal metaphor, jouissance, and sexual difference—Fink demonstrates in-depth knowledge of Lacan’s theoretical and clinical work. Indeed, this is the first book to appear in English that displays a firm grasp of both theory and practice of Lacanian psychoanalysis, the author being one of the only Americans to have undergone full training with Lacan’s school in Paris.

Fink leads the reader step by step into Lacan’s conceptual system to explain how one comes to be a subject—leading to psychosis. Presenting Lacan’s theory in the context of his clinical preoccupations, Fink provides the most balanced, sophisticated, and penetrating view of Lacan’s work to date—invaluable to the initiated and the uninitiated alike.

Reviews

"The Lacanian Subject not only provides an excellent introduction into the fundamental coordinates of Jacques Lacan's conceptual network; it also proposes original solutions to (or at least clarifications of) some of the crucial dilemmas left open by Lacan's work."---Slavoj Zizek, Journal for Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society Review

"Fink provides the first clear, comprehensive, systematic account of Lacan's work in English. The influence of this book is certain to be immense on theorists and therapists alike as it provides the fully articulated foundations for a Lacanian pedagogy, and makes generally available a radically new understanding of the analyst's role. A magnificent piece of intellectual synthesis, an imposing and original contribution to psychoanalytic thought." ― Richard Klein, Cornell University

About the Author

Bruce Fink is a practicing Lacanian psychoanalyst, analytic supervisor, member of the Ecole de la Cause freudienne in Paris, and Professor of Psychology at Duquesne University. He is the author of A Clinical Introduction to Lacanian Psychoanalysis: Theory and Technique.

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