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Lacan delivered this at a conference in London in May 1951. Its transcription has multiple historical interests and reveals the diversity of strategies that he adopted, depending on his audience, to make his theses accepted. N. E. Beau�fils published its translation in 1980 in Le Coq Heron because she considered that it offered "a summary and a synthesis of Lacan's thinking" at that time. In that respect, it is a failure.  
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[[Lacan]] delivered this at a conference in [[London]] in May 1951. Its transcription has multiple historical interests and reveals the diversity of strategies that he adopted, depending on his audience, to make his theses accepted. N. E. Beau�fils published its [[translation]] in 1980 in Le Coq Heron because she considered that it offered "a [[summary]] and a [[synthesis]] of Lacan's [[thinking]]" at that [[time]]. In that respect, it is a failure.  
 
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21 1951 (7 pp.)-SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE EGO-1953 Lacan delivered this at a conference in London in May 1951. Its transcription has multiple historical interests and reveals the diversity of strategies that he adopted, depending on his audience, to make his theses accepted. N. E. Beau�fils published its translation in 1980 in Le Coq Heron because she considered that it offered "a summary and a synthesis of Lacan's thinking" at that time. In that respect, it is a failure. 152 00881 ER