Difference between revisions of "Jacques Lacan:Chronology"

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birth of [[Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan]] is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.
 
birth of [[Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan]] is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.
  
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birth of [[Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan]] is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.
 
birth of [[Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan]] is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.
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* Birth of Madeleine, Lacan's sister (25 December).
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* Birth of Marc-François, Lacan's brother (25 December).
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* Freud founds the International Psycho-Analytical Association (IPA).
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Revision as of 13:58, 8 July 2006

1901

13 April

birth of Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.

1901

13 April

birth of Jacques-Marie Emile Lacan is born in Paris, the first child (eldest son) of (prosperous, bourgeois parents) Alfred Lacan (1873-===1960) and Emilie Baudry (1876-===1948), a middle-class Roman-Catholic family.


1903
  • Birth of Madeleine, Lacan's sister (25 December).
1908
  • Birth of Marc-François, Lacan's brother (25 December).
1910
  • Freud founds the International Psycho-Analytical Association (IPA).
1919