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==About this book==
 
==About this book==
Lacan without the jargon!
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This book provides a collection of Lacanian responses to Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 from leading theorists in the field.
  
Jacques Lacan was one of the most important psychoanalysts ever to have lived. Building upon the work of Sigmund Freud, he sought to refine Freudian insights with the use of linguistics, arguing that “the structure of unconscious is like a language”. Controversial throughout his lifetime both for adopting mathematical concepts in his psychoanalytic framework and for advocating therapy sessions of varying length, he is widely misunderstood and often unfairly dismissed as impenetrable.
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Like Ridley Scott’s original Blade Runner film, its sequel is now poised to provoke philosophical and psychoanalytic arguments, and to provide illustrations and inspiration for questions of being and the self, for belief and knowledge, the human and the post-human, amongst others. This volume forms the vanguard of responses from a Lacanian perspective, satisfying the hunger to extend the theoretical considerations of the first film in the various new directions the second film invites. Here, the contributors revisit the implications of the human-replicant relationship but move beyond this to consider issues of ideology, politics, and spectatorship.  
  
In this clear, wide-ranging primer, Lionel Bailly demonstrates how Lacan’s ideas are still vitally relevant to contemporary issues of mental health treatment. Defending Lacan from his numerous detractors, past and present, Bailly guides the reader through Lacan’s canon, from “l'objet petit a” to “The Mirror Stage” and beyond. Including coverage of developments in Lacanian psychoanalysis since his death, this is the perfect introduction to the great modern theorist.
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This exciting collection will appeal to an educated film going public, in addition to students and scholars of Lacanian psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic theory, cultural studies, film theory, philosophy and applied psychoanalysis.
  
 
==About the Authors==
 
==About the Authors==
Lionel Bailly is Honorary Senior Lecturer in Psychoanalysis at UCL and Consultant Psychiatrist, North Essex Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust.
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Calum Neill is Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory at Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, and Director of Lacan in Scotland. He has written a number of monographs, including ''Without Ground: Lacanian Ethics and the Assumption of Subjectivity'' (2011) and ''Jacques Lacan: The Basics'' (2017). He is the co-editor of both the ''Palgrave Lacan Series'' the three volume guide ''Reading Lacan’s Ecrits'' (2018-2021).
  
 
==Table of Contents==
 
==Table of Contents==
  
==Reviews==
 
{{Quotation|"Well-written, carefully structured and broadly accessible. The author offers lucid explanations of key Lacanian concepts, without over-simplifying or having recourse to 'Lacan-light’."|Dany Nobus||Chair of Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Brunel University and author of ''Jaques Lacan''|}}
 
  
{{Quotation|"Simply the clearest explanation of Lacan anywhere. The author succeeds where almost everyone else has failed. Highly readable and entertaining." |Peter Fonagy||Professor of Psychoanalysis, UCL & Chief Executive of the Anna Freud Centre}}
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;1. From Voight-Kampff to Baseline Test: By Way of an Introduction
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: Calum Neill
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;2. Do Filminds Dream of Celluloid Sheep? Lacan, Filmosophy and Blade Runner 2049
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: Ben Tyrer
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;3. Blade Runner 2049: A View of Post-Human Capitalism
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: Slavoj Žižek
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;4. Between the Capitalist and the Cop: The Path of Revolution in Blade Runner 2049
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: Todd McGowan
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;5. ‘To Be Homesick with No Place to Go’: The Phantom of the Sinthome and the Joi of Sex
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: Daniel Bristow
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;6. Home Bodies: Prosthetic People and Economies of Desire
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: Timothy Richardson
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;7. Object Oriented Subjectivity: Capitalism and Desire in Blade Runner 2049
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: Matthew Flisfeder
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;8. What Happens When the Replicants Become Extimate? On the Uncanny Cut of the Capitalocene in Blade Runner 2049
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: Alexander Bove
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;9. In Anxious Anticipation of Our Imminent Obsolescence
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: Scott Contreras-Koterbay
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;10. “Before We Even Know What We Are, We Fear to Lose It”: The Missing Object of the Primal Scene
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: Isabel Millar
  
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;11.Women Between Worlds: A Psychoanalysis of Sex in Blade Runner 2049
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: Sheila Kunkle
  
 
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About this book

This book provides a collection of Lacanian responses to Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 from leading theorists in the field.

Like Ridley Scott’s original Blade Runner film, its sequel is now poised to provoke philosophical and psychoanalytic arguments, and to provide illustrations and inspiration for questions of being and the self, for belief and knowledge, the human and the post-human, amongst others. This volume forms the vanguard of responses from a Lacanian perspective, satisfying the hunger to extend the theoretical considerations of the first film in the various new directions the second film invites. Here, the contributors revisit the implications of the human-replicant relationship but move beyond this to consider issues of ideology, politics, and spectatorship.

This exciting collection will appeal to an educated film going public, in addition to students and scholars of Lacanian psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic theory, cultural studies, film theory, philosophy and applied psychoanalysis.

About the Authors

Calum Neill is Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory at Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, and Director of Lacan in Scotland. He has written a number of monographs, including Without Ground: Lacanian Ethics and the Assumption of Subjectivity (2011) and Jacques Lacan: The Basics (2017). He is the co-editor of both the Palgrave Lacan Series the three volume guide Reading Lacan’s Ecrits (2018-2021).

Table of Contents

1. From Voight-Kampff to Baseline Test
By Way of an Introduction
Calum Neill
2. Do Filminds Dream of Celluloid Sheep? Lacan, Filmosophy and Blade Runner 2049
Ben Tyrer
3. Blade Runner 2049
A View of Post-Human Capitalism
Slavoj Žižek
4. Between the Capitalist and the Cop
The Path of Revolution in Blade Runner 2049
Todd McGowan
5. ‘To Be Homesick with No Place to Go’
The Phantom of the Sinthome and the Joi of Sex
Daniel Bristow
6. Home Bodies
Prosthetic People and Economies of Desire
Timothy Richardson
7. Object Oriented Subjectivity
Capitalism and Desire in Blade Runner 2049
Matthew Flisfeder
8. What Happens When the Replicants Become Extimate? On the Uncanny Cut of the Capitalocene in Blade Runner 2049
Alexander Bove
9. In Anxious Anticipation of Our Imminent Obsolescence
Scott Contreras-Koterbay
10. “Before We Even Know What We Are, We Fear to Lose It”
The Missing Object of the Primal Scene
Isabel Millar
11.Women Between Worlds
A Psychoanalysis of Sex in Blade Runner 2049
Sheila Kunkle