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  • {| class="toc" style="line-height:1.5em;width:100%;text-align:justify;border-spacing:8px;margin-bottom:10px" id="toc" align="center Author: [[Jacques Lacan]]<BR>Translator: James B. Swenson, Jr.<BR>Source: L’Âne, n° 1 (Mars-Avr
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  • <font face="JohnDoe">'''  Espace Lacan :        '''</font> <font face="JohnDoe">'''            
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  • ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#CCCCFF">Haut de Page</font>]</span></font></span>
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  • ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#CCCCFF">Haut de Page</font>]</span> </font></span></center>
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  • ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#CCCCFF"><br /> Haut de Page</font>]</span> </font></span>
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  • ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#CCCCFF">Haut de Page</font>]</span></font></span>
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  • ...publiés, exemplaires car ça n'est pas parce qu'on ignore le discours de Lacan qu'on ne se trouve pas en face des difficultés que je viens ici d'articule
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  • ...span>(<font color="red">p92-&gt;</font>)</font> <font face="JohnDoe"><u>Mr LACAN.-</u> Entrons dans le vif parce que nous sommes en retard et reprenons en r
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...n jour en mathématiques quelque chose qui s'appellera '''le théorème de Lacan''' ! Ce n'est certainement pas que je l'aurai cherché, car j'ai d'autres c
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...l y a un article intitul� : �  Quelques extraits du style de Jacques Lacan �. En effet, mon style, c�est un probl�me. Ce par quoi j�aurais pu
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...ilto:gaogoa@free.fr �mail]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#0099FF">Haut de Page</font>]<font color="#0099FF"> <br />[..
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  • <font face="JohnDoe">    " Cher Monsieur Lacan, On est étudiants et on a lu vos Ecrits, presque tout. On y trouve pas mal
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...                               [../../HTML/Lacan/Fibonacci.htm approche des F-suites . . . ] </font>
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  • ...2.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">.<br /></font></span>[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...ilto:gaogoa@free.fr �mail]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#0099FF">Haut de Page</font>]<font color="#0099FF"> <br />[..
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...e marquer, à aucun degré, mon lien. Ça ne l'a pas empêché d'écrire " Lacan et les surréalistes " . . . On ne saurait nourrir avec trop d'exactitude l
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  • ...a vérité. Il y avait même des conneries qu'on aurait dit du discours de Lacan. Ça le reproduisait comme ça . C'était le hasard, bien sûr , presque te
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • <font face="JohnDoe">    Dr. Lacan, 5, rue de Lille - comme certains savent ! Paris (7e). </font>
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...aque langue a ses échos et ses rencontres - croa-croa, comme disait aussi Jacques Prévert - les croisades, ça a existé, c'était aussi pour la vie d'un Di
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  • ....<br /></font></span></font></font><font size="2"><font face="JohnDoe">[#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • ...yle="mso-bidi-font-size: 9.0pt"><font face="JohnDoe"><font size="18.0pt">J.LACAN</font></font></span>''''''<span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 9.0pt"><font fac
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f <br /><font face="JohnDoe">    (<span class="Style1">p295-&gt;</span>) Lacan s'étant tenu au mot d'ordre de grève du S.N.E.S., il se refuse de tenir s
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...5">pour la pagination se reporter à "np" et au tableau " le Séminaire de Lacan "</span>) </font></center>
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...onnage par exemple en question pourrait toujours se mettre à enseigner du Lacan. Evidemment, ce serait mieux ! Mais faudrait-il encore qu'il le puisse, par
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...ser quelque chose - mais enfin quel que soit le conditionnement (''Jacques Lacan interrompt son séminaire pour une intervention à l'endroit de la salle "
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...illeurs on le consacre à démontrer par exemple que telle formulation que Lacan dans son rapport : " Fonction et champ de la parole et du langage " à avan
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f <font face="JohnDoe">    " A ce propos en relisant un Écrit de Lacan, j'ai été étonné de voir qu'il parlait du malade, lui qui s'oriente ver
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...  (<span class="Style1">p259-&gt;</span>) M</font><font face="JohnDoe">. Lacan : Ce séminaire ne me paraît pas du tout s'engager dans des conditions dé
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...s'est trouvé par lui sollicité, et de façon d'autant plus légitime que Jacques Nassif, dont il s'agit, a bien voulu faire pour le Bulletin de l'École fre
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...o-bidi-font-size: 12.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="#CC99FF">. [#J.LACAN <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt; font-weight: normal"><font color="
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  • '''<font size="6" face="JohnDoe"><font color="#000000">J.LACAN      </font><font color="#FF0000">              </font><f ...ojet d'enseignement pour l'École freudienne, j'avais suggéré à Jacques Lacan que nous envisagions des réunions qui pourraient être à rythme variable,
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  • <font size="5" face="JohnDoe">'''J.LACAN                                    <font
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  • <font size="5" face="JohnDoe">'''J.LACAN             <font color="#FF0000">en cours</font>        ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#00CCFF">Haut de Page</font>]</span></font></span>
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  • <font size="5" face="JohnDoe">J.LACAN                               gaogoa </font> <font size="4" face="JohnDoe">Espace Lacan</font>
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  • ...e roi d'Angleterre est un con alors tout est permis ( <span class="Style5">LACAN . J : Le Moi dans la théorie de Freud et dans la psychanalyse, Paris, 1978
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  • ...a fonction phallique dans la sexualité féminine ( " <span class="Style2">LACAN J., Séminaire V, Les Formations de l'inconscient, [http://www.ecole-lacani
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  • ...ssement d'une zone dans l'espace, pour voir l'image ( <span class="Style4">LACAN J., Séminaire 1. Les Écrits techniques de Freud, Paris, 1975, Seuil. p. 1
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  • * [[Text/Jacques Lacan/Seminar XX/10 avril 1973]] * [[Text/Jacques Lacan/Seminar XX/12 décembre 1972]]
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  • ...n Crusoé et du pas, de la trace du pas de Vendredi ( <span class="Style2">LACAN . J, Les Psychoses, Paris, 1981, Seuil, Leçon du 14 mars 1956 </span>) et
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  • ...du poète, car le ton change complètement lorsque apparaît sur le trône Jacques ler ; et déjà quelque chose s'annonce, comme dit un auteur, qui brise ce
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  • .../span>) J'ai fait allusion la dernière fois à la grammaire française de Jacques Damourette et d'Édouard Pichon ( éditeur <span class="Style2">P</span> d'
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  • ...se réfèrent à ce que j'ai écrit à ce sujet ( <span class="Style21">''LACAN J., " Le Temps logique et l'assertion de certitude anticipée " (1945), in
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  • ...20, texte et traduction de Henri Thomas, Le Club français du Livre, 1961. Lacan fait allusion aux six derniers vers : " And for a woman wert thou first cre
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  • ...nt face="JohnDoe">'''[http://lexique-de-lacan.blogspot.com/p/les-textes-de-lacan.html ÉCRITS]'''</font></span></center> ...if]]<br />[http://www.ecole-lacanienne.net/bibliotheque.php?id=10 Pas-tout Lacan]
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  • '''<font size="5" face="JohnDoe">J.LACAN          <font color="#FF0000">                </fo
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  • <font size="5" face="JohnDoe">'''J.LACAN  <font color="#FF0000">     </font>                  ...mailto:gaogoa@free.fr email]. <span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 20.0pt">[#J.LACAN <font color="#00CCFF">Haut de Page</font>]</span></font></span>
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  • ..."JohnDoe"><font size="10.0pt">d'apr�s la source Dor Jo�l - Th�saurus Lacan vol II p 201 je cite :</font></font></span><span style="mso-fareast-font-fa ...me aux rats". On ne dispose � leur propos, que de notes manuscrites de J Lacan et de notes d'auditeurs.</font></font></span><font face="JohnDoe"> </font>
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  • ...yle="mso-bidi-font-size: 9.0pt"><font face="JohnDoe"><font size="18.0pt">J.LACAN</font></font></span>''''''<span style="mso-bidi-font-size: 9.0pt"><font fac ..."3" face="JohnDoe">l'explication du rapport de </font><font size="3" face="LACAN">S</font><font size="3" face="JohnDoe"> avec <u> a</u> dans le fantasme, et
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  • {| align="[[right]]" style="line-height:2.0em;margin-left:10px;align:right;text-align:right;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" ==Jacques Lacan==
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  • {| align="[[right]]" style="line-height:2.0em;text-align:right;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" ...e]]''.<ref>It is therefore left untranslated in most English editions of [[Lacan]].</ref> "[[Enjoyment]]" does convey the [[sense]], contained in ''[[jouis
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  • ==Jacques Lacan== [[Lacan]]'s frequent references to the "[[letter]]" must be seen within the context
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  • ...h Freud offered in 1923 as a complement to "Three Essays." In this later [[text]], the predominance of the phallus is linked to the problematic of castrati ...of the phallus as foundational to [[psychoanalytic]] theory. Specifically, Lacan establishes the phallus as the primordial signifier of desire in [[oedipal]
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  • [[Image:Jacques-lacan-4.jpg|thumb|250px|right]] | name = Jacques Lacan
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  • ...emporality]] and a subject, the I, which is re-evaluated with reference to Lacan's emphasis on the [[subject of the unconscious]] to the detriment of the eg ...tizing" (and thereby making accessible to cognition) what is going on. For Lacan, the psychic dimensions of this challenge become [[symbolically]] "located"
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  • {| align="[[right]]" style="margin-left:10px;line-height:2.0em;text-align:justify;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" ===Jacques Lacan===
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  • Following [[Jakobson]], [[Lacan]] likes [[condensation]] and [[displacement]] to the [[linguistics|linguist In [[reality]], if we go by Freud's [[text]] in ''[[The Interpretation of Dreams]]'',<ref>1900a</ref> [[condensation]]
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  • ====Jacques Lacan==== [[Lacan]]'s [[Works of Jacques Lacan|works]] also abound in discussions of particular [[art|works of art]].
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  • [[Truth]] is one of the most central, and yet most [[complex]] [[terms]] in [[Lacan]]'s [[discourse]]. [[Lacan]] argues, in opposition to the traditions of classical [[philosophy]], that
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  • The term [[sinthome]] is, as [[Lacan]] points out, an archaic way of writing what has more recently been spelt [ =====Jacques Lacan=====
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  • ...to [[No Subject]], a free online encylopedia for information related to [[Lacan]]ian [[psychoanalysis]]. ...[[text]] ... makes possible the kind of tightening up" that for [[Jacques Lacan]] "leaves the reader ''no [[other]] way out than the way in''."<ref>{{L}} [
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  • [[Lacan]] was raised, grew up, in a comfortable middle-[[class]] [[Catholic]] [[fam [[Lacan]] went on to study '''[[medicine]]'' and specialized in '''psychiatry''' wi
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  • [[Zizek]] introduces the [[ideas]] of Jacques [[Lacan]] through the medium of American [[film]], taking his examples from over 10 {| style="width:100%; border:1px solid #aaa;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:10px;"
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  • ...ology is exemplified in classic [[texts]] by Theodor [[Adorno]], Jacques [[Lacan]] and Louis [[Althusser]]. An intersection of Gramscian and Althusserian mo {| style="width:100%; border:1px solid #aaa;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:10px;"
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  • ...-left:auto;margin-right:auto;background:#ffffff;width:900px; height:200px; text-align:center; line-height:1.5em;" | [[Jacques Lacan:Chronology|1953-4]]
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  • {| align="center" style="width:600px; border:1px solid #aaa;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:10px;" | style="width:100px;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:10px;"| 1956 - 1957
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  • ...rauss]], [[Althusser]], [[Fernand Braudel]]) and a new younger audience, [[Lacan]] talks [[about]] the [[censorship]] of his [[teachings]] and his [[excommu Lacan is suspicious of the rapport between [[psychoanalysis]], [[religion]] and [
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  • {| width="100%" align="center" style="width:700px; border:1px solid #aaa;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:30px;" For [[Lacan]], the fundamental problem is that of the [[subject]]'s relation to [[langu
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  • ==Jacques Lacan== In 1951, [[Lacan]] began to give private lectures in [[Sylvia Bataille]]'s apartment at 3 ru
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  • ...] first and communication second. A more extreme view is offered by [[Jean-Jacques Nattiez]] (1987; trans. 1990: 16) who, as a [[musicology|musicologist]], co ...fluenced later philosophers, especially [[postmodern]] theorists such as [[Jacques Derrida]], [[Roland Barthes]], and [[Jean Baudrillard]]. Ferdinand de Sauss
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  • ...Freud's comments in "[[On Narcissism]]: An Introduction" (1914c). In this text, Freud saw the [[narcissistic]] libido as conflicting with erotic love of t ...have, and we can only love by acting as if we don't have, even if we do" (Lacan, 1991).
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  • {| style="line-height:2.0em;text-align:justify;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" ==Jacques Lacan==
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  • ...sm, hermeneutics, semiology, [[linguistically]] oriented psychoanalysis ([[Lacan]], Lorenzer), deconstruction. When, in the 1970s and 1980s, Habermas also ...s.fsu.edu/~nr03/index.html Kritikos: journal of postmodern cultural sound, text and image]
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  • The term '''''deconstruction''''' was coined by [[French]] [[philosopher]] [[Jacques Derrida]] in the 1960s and is used in contemporary [[humanities]] and [[soc ...s (from [[Heidegger]]'s ''Abbau'' and ''Destruktion'' to [[Jacques Derrida|Jacques Derrida's]] ''dé[[construction]]''), and it has been explored by [[others]
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  • ...he founder of "[[deconstruction]]" or, by more unsympathetic theorists, "[[Jacques Derrida|deconstructionism]]". ...He argues that [[Lacanian]] [[logic]], represented ''inter alia'' through Lacan’s “Borromean knot”, copes better with the complexities of [[ethical]]
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  • Lacan's [[thinking]] on [[feminine sexuality]] is distinguished by two main phase ...distinguish [[sexual]] [[difference]] on the basis of the phallus and here Lacan makes a significant innovation regarding [[Freudian]] thinking. For Freud
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  • [[Lacan]] and [[psychoanalysis]] ...k [[Marxism]] without any reference to Hegel’s absolute subject, he sees Lacan as trying to [[think]] psychoanalysis without any reference to a [[unified]
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  • ...conscious thought]] disrupt [[speech]], points when [[language]] fails. [[Lacan]] defines the [[unconscious]] in [[terms]] of "impediment", "failure" and " That the unconscious is [[structured]] like a language is Lacan's central [[thesis]] and probably his most influential contribution to [[ps
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  • {| align="[[left]]" style="margin-right:10px;line-height:2.0em;text-align:left;align:left;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" The term [[matheme|mathème]] is a neologism which [[Lacan]] derives from the [[word]] "[[mathematics]], presumably by analogy with th
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  • ...intervention, in the same way that St. [[Paul]] "formalized" Christ and [[Lacan]] "formalized" [[Freud]].17 ...t in this reduction? Jacques-Alain [[Miller]], the main pupil of [[Jacques Lacan]], once commented an [[uncanny]] laboratory experiment with rats25: in a la
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  • ...he grasp of the [[phallic function]]. Such a [[reading]] completely misses Lacan's point, which is that this very position of the [[Woman]] as exception-say ...tion. Such a reading is prefigured by the somewhat enigmatic mathemes that Lacan wrote under the formulas of sexuation and where woman (designated by the cr
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  • ...ophes leading up to the victim's current predicament. So, when we read a [[text]] of Truth, we should be careful not to confuse the level of Knowledge with ...later spoiled. At the same time, it is important to emphasize here what [[Lacan]] calls the [[space]] or distance [[between the two deaths]]: in order to b
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  • ..., once described an [[uncanny]] laboratory experiment with rats.<ref>See [[Jacques-Alain Miller]], Ce qui fait insigne, unpublished [[seminar]] 1984-85; lectu ...What then followed can be called, borrowing the title of [[Althusser]]'s [[text]] on [[Machiavelli]], la solitude de Lenine, the time when he basically sto
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  • ...n the picture": <a name="2"></a><a href="#2x">2</a> the first part of this Lacan's statement designates subjectivization, the dependence of reality on its s Nowhere is this structure clearer than in the case of Lacan's <i>objet petit a</i>, the object-cause of desire. The same object can all
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  • ...</i>. (268) This is why, although Islam recognizes the Bible as a sacred [[text]], it has to deny this fact: in Islam, [[Jesus]] did not really die on the ...[superego]] figure of “obscure gods who [[demand]] continuous blood”([[Lacan]]-XI). Islam seems to oscillate between these two extremes, with the obscen
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  • ...tice of the critique of ideology means: not directly changing the explicit text of the Law, but, rather, intervening into its obscene virtual supplement. [ ...healthy and permitted - in a masterful use of the [[reversal]] called by [[Lacan]] <i>point-de-capiton</i>, they first insisted that the confessed sin of a
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  • ...x-[[Grail]] knight, he comes from within; second point, if one reads the [[text]] really close, one cannot avoid the conclusion that the true source of evi ...as, in the last months, after the public letters from Jurgen [[Habermas]], Jacques [[Derrida]], [[Richard Rorty]], and other [[philosophers]], a lot of talk a
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  • <font 5f5e78="" color="" face="courier" size="1">Slavoj [[Zizek]] &amp; [[lacan]].com 2004</font> ...r/historicist reading of Hamlet as a secondary distortion of the Oedipal [[text]], the Oedipus myth is (as [[Hegel]] already claimed) the grounding myth of
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  • ==Jacques Lacan== ...precisely to [[speech|speaking]] about [[love]]. However, in doing so, [[Lacan]] is merely demonstrating what the [[analysand]] does in [[psychoanalytic t
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  • [[Castration]] is referred to throughout the [[work]] of [[Freud]] and [[Lacan]]. Although it undergoes certain referential changes, [[castration]] retai ==Jacques Lacan==
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  • ...ding the [[post-structuralist]] [[philosophers]] [[Michel Foucault]] and [[Jacques Derrida]]. His most influential work was ''Introduction à la lecture de He ...Political]]" he had implicitly criticized in his [[analysis]] of Hegel's [[text]] on "Lordship and Bondage." [[Another]] close friend was the Jesuit Hegeli
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  • ...he [[French]] [[psychologist]] [[Jacques Lacan]] and the [[philosopher]] [[Jacques Derrida]] to [[present]] opposing [[structuralism | structuralist]] [[inter * [http://poestories.com/text.php?file=purloined Full text on PoeStories.com] with hyperlinked [[vocabulary]] [[words]].
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  • ...sn't [[exist]], not everything is permitted, but everything is prohibited. Lacan was right, and the so-called fundamentalist terrorists are exactly the proo ...most popular example used again and again by Susan Sontag in her famous [[text]] on Leni Riefenstahl: mass public spectacles, crowds, gymnastics, thousand
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  • ...ophes leading up to the victim's current predicament. So, when we read a [[text]] of Truth, we should be careful not to confuse the level of Knowledge with ...later spoiled. At the same time, it is important to emphasize here what [[Lacan]] calls the [[space]] or distance [[between the two deaths]]: in order to b
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  • numerous books including </i>[[Looking]] Away: An Introduction to Jacques [[Lacan]] nice it would be to have it included in the [[text]]. But concerning film, I am
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  • ...smatic in the new [[media]] was published, currently he is [[writing]] a [[text]] dealing with [[cyberspace]]. After checking the abundance of titles deali ...Stephen King, zombies and vampires. Here I connect cyberspace with what [[Lacan]] calls tissue of [[libido]], '[[lamella]]', a substance of [[life]] which
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  • Interrogating the [[Master]]: [[Lacan]] and Radical [[Politics]] » Jump to full text Full text
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  • [[Althusser]], Louis. '''Writings On [[Psychoanalysis]] : [[Freud]] and [[Lacan]]'''. Ed. Corpet, Olivier.; Matheron, Franðcois. ''European Perspectives'' ...2 ([[English]] [[translation]] by Jeffrey Mehlman, [[Jacques lacan|Jacques Lacan]] & Co. [Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990]).
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  • [[Looking]] Awry: An Introduction to Jacques [[Lacan]] through Popular Culture, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1991. ...nian]] [[concepts]] of the [[Real]] and [[jouissance]] (the two aspects of Lacan's work upon which he concentrates here), then some of the analyses will see
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  • ...late 1970s through the present. Focusing on the four principal domains of Lacan's influence--[[psychoanalytic]] [[theory]] and [[practice]], [[philosophy]] {| style="width:100%; border:1px solid #aaa;text-align:left; line-height:2.0em; padding-left:10px;"
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  • ...[Marx]], and fuses the [[thinking]] of the notoriously difficult Jacques [[Lacan]] with the founding [[figures]] of [[German]] [[Idealism]] from [[Kant]] to ...s that he edited called <i>Everything You Always Wanted to [[Know]] About Lacan [But Were Afraid to Ask [[Hitchcock]]]</i> which appeared in 1988. It has
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  • For many, Jacques [[Lacan]] represents [[postmodern]] [[theory]] at its height--that is, at its worst. Lacan, so say his detractors, made a career out
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  • ...in an obscure desire to self-destruct.' (Yannis Stavrakakis, author of <i>Lacan and the Political</i>, Athens, Greece). <br><br></tt></font></div> ...d text-by-text, seems to work for Zizek as a way of reading Hegel, and the Lacan-machine-for-reading-Hegel then becomes a writing machine that holds things
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  • ...usly obscure writings of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan... Indeed, Lacan once cruelly quipped of James Joyce that, although what he wrote was almost ...hen we live life like him only has value when seen from the other side. As Lacan says in his Seminar <i>The Ethics of Psychoanalysis</i>, in which he discus
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  • SLAVOJ ZIZEK'S THIRD WAY.Rex [[Butler]] and [[Scott Stephens]]. [[lacan]] dot com 2005 ...[statement]] significantly left out of the "[[official]]" version of the [[text]] published in <i>[[New Left]] Review</i>) suggests as a "solution" to the
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  • ==Full Text== .../ucp-entities/mdash.gif" alt="—" align="bottom" border="0">wrote apropos Jacques [[Derrida]]'s untimely [[death]], without the letters written turning red o
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  • ...ues Lacan]] Through Popular Culture and [[Enjoy]] the [[Symptom]]! Jacques Lacan in Hollywood and Out. Additionally, among his later books that dealt more w [[Full]] [[Text]] (7518 [[words]])
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  • ...ences that [[need]] to be unpacked, if we are to begin [[understanding]] [[Lacan]]'s [[ideas]]. "[[The Mirror Stage]]", for example, is only seven pages lon ...d translations will undoubtedly become the standard authoritative texts of Lacan in the coming years but as this is not yet the [[case]] all references in t
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  • [http://aejcpp.free.fr/lacan/1957-05-092.htm] Writing is distingiushed by a prevalence of the text in the sense that this factor of discourse will assume in this essay a fact
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  • [http://aejcpp.free.fr/lacan/1955-11-07a.htm link] ...an?), and telling [[them]] to hear "literally" what "the professor-Freud" (Lacan?) said [[about]] her. Also unforgettable are the parodic prosopopeia of the
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  • {| class="toc" style="line-height:2.0em;width:100%;text-align:justify;border-spacing:8px;margin-bottom:10px" id="toc" align="center Author: [[Jacques Lacan]]<BR>Translator: James B. Swenson, Jr.<BR>Source: October, Vol. 51 (Winter,
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  • When we follow his [[text]], [[Freud]] speaks of <i>[[Verleugnung]]</i> with respect to the fundamen If you read Freud's text closely, you will see that this way of articulating things gives in the cle
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  • ...i>also means 'pain', of course. Hence the ambiguity referrcd to<b> </b>by Lacan. [Tr.].<br> <sup> 2</sup> There follows a passage in which Lacan comments on the use in French of the 'pleonastic ne', that is, the 'ne' use
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  • ...of Mlle Gélinier's report is precisely to have highlighted what, in this text, cannot be [[understood]].<br> ...he method of textual commentary proves itself fruitful. <u>Commenting on a text is like doing an [[analysis]]</u>. How many [[times]] have I said to those
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  • ...which is precisely there under life. That is also where Freud's lengthy [[text]] leads us, where he tells us - <i>Don't believe that life is an exalting g ...dd><font size="-1"><sup>8</sup> The [[French]] version of the Greek that [[Lacan]] uæs is, literally translated: 'It would be better not to be born.' Witho
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  • [When [[Lacan]] speaks of the religious function of the commandment to love one's neighbo ...eth on edge. But that doesn't happen. It's a funny [[thing]], but once a [[text]] has been in print for a certain period of time, it allows the transitory
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  • ...ots, and he hacked off his own limbs. But that's not important because the text only refers to the vengeance of Dionysos the God. The third example, which ...e desire of the Other and be linked to the desire of the [[mother]]? The [[text]] alludes to the fact that the desire of the mother is the origin of everyt
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  • ...e point to which Maurice Merleau-Ponty leads us. But, if you refer to his text, you will see that it is at this point that he chooses to withdraw, in orde ...to the consciousness as such, the attention the subject brings to his own text, remains up to this point, as Freud has stressed, outside theory and, stric
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  • [[Image:JOYCE.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Jacques Lacan gives the opening lecture at the International James Joyce Symposiumin in P ...le Lacan]] ([[Jacques Lacan:Chronology#1901|April 13, 1901]] – [[Jacques Lacan:Chronology#1981|September 9, 1981]]) was a [[French]] [[psychiatrist]] and
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  • {| align="[[right]]" style="line-height:2.0em;text-align:justify;background-color:#fcfcfc;border:1px solid #aaa" ...ite sur la 'Verneinung' de Freud]]", in {{E}} [1954b] pp. 381-99.</ref> [[Lacan]] uses [[Freud]]'s [[German]] term, ''[[Bejahung]]'' to denote this primord
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  • =====Jacques Lacan===== [[Lacan]], however, proposes a different explanation.
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  • ...[activity]] elaborated in The [[Interpretation]] of [[Dreams]] (1900), a [[text]] already containing a reference to wit in the [[structure]] of dreams. ...received the attention it deserves, it is definitely an important work. [[Lacan]] (1998) discussed it in his [[seminar]] on the [[formations]] of the uncon
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  • .... The elements of the apparatus for mastery must be deduced from Freud's [[text]]; these include the [[sense]] of touch, the muscular apparatus, and the se [[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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  • ...his [[analysis]] of the neuro-[[psychoses]] of defense (1894a). In this [[text]] he linked [[repression]] to [[hysteria]], and... [[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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  • ..., the manuscript for 'On the History of the Psychoanalytic Movement."' The text turned out to be a polemic he had "worked on in a rage" (January 12 letter [[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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  • ...duced. The result of this process—for example, the act or [[manifest]] [[text]] of a dream—is that [[desire]] can find a way out, and its [[economic]] [[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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  • The first [[:category:works|psychoanalytic text]] to examine the [[visual arts]] was [[Freud]]'s <i>[[Leonardo da Vinci and [[Category:Jacques Lacan]]
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  • ...ce" (1896b) and "The Aetiology of [[Hysteria]]" (1896c). Finally, in the [[text]] entitled "[[Instincts]] and their Vicissitudes" (1915c), turning against Lacan is very critical of the way in which [[Anna Freud]] and [[ego-psychology]]
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  • [[Lacan]], Jacques. Introduction to the Names-of-the-[[Father]] [[Seminar]]. Jeffrey Mehlman. ...d, in a complicated procedure, to refuse not to ratify the motion striking Lacan's [[name]] from the [[list]] of [[training]] [[analysts]].</ref> My seminar
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  • Rudolph [[Loewenstein]], Lacan's [[training]] analyst, had been one of the founding fathers of [[Ego Psych ...and the Problem of Adaptation]]'' (1939) is regarded as the foundational [[text]] of [[ego-psychology]]. [[Hartmann]] was convinced that the innate element
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  • ...eloped his ideas further in <i>Being and Nothingness</i> (1943). In this [[text]] he suggested that Sigmund [[Freud]]'s work (which he characterizes as "em ...by [[existentialism]], he recognises in Sartre a fellow [[Hegelian]]. When Lacan wisHes to discuss problems of alternation and [[ambivalence]] he often turn
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