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  • [[Image:Jacques-lacan-4.jpg|thumb|250px|right]] | name = Jacques Lacan
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  • [[Psychoanalysis]] was founded by [[Sigmund Freud]] ...of Freud himself and to a close [[reading]] and [[understanding]] of those texts. For the next 26 years he would engage in this [[project]] of close reading
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  • He explained [[art|artistic creation]] by reference to the [[concept]] of [[sublimation]], a process in which [[sexua ...ntuit directly the [[truth]]s which [[psychoanalysts]] only discover later by more laborious means.
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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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  • ...nized by [[Louis Althusser]] and grew increasingly influenced by [[Jacques Lacan]]. ...of more main-line [[Marxism]]. In 1988 he published what is now considered by many to be his major [[statement]], ''L'être et l'événement''. He took u
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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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  • ...erview with Eagleton. Further readings of the [[ideological]] are explored by [[Richard Rorty]] and Michèle Barrett. Finally Fredric [[Jameson]] supplie
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  • ...e of the Papin Sisters]]</b></a>, transl. by Jon Anderson in <i>Critical [[Texts]]</i>, vol.5, 3, 1988. ...y Carolyn Asp in <i>Critical Texts</i>, vol.5, issue 3, 1988. Also transl. by Andrea Kahn in <i>Semiotext</i> 10, vol. 4, 1, 1981. In <i>Autres [[Écrits
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  • ...rauss]], [[Althusser]], [[Fernand Braudel]]) and a new younger audience, [[Lacan]] talks [[about]] the [[censorship]] of his [[teachings]] and his [[excommu ...s to train [[analyst]]s and, at the same [[time]], address the non-analyst by raising the following questions: Is [[psychoanalysis]] a [[science]]? If so
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  • ...psychoanalytic training – and, at the same time, address the non-analyst by raising the following questions: Is psychoanalysis a [[science]]? If so, un ...e paths of the unconscious." This declaration of allegiance contrasts with Lacan's critical study of Freud's [[dream]] about the dead son screaming "[[Fathe
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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 ...cs attempts to [[analyse]] and so [[identify]] the systemic rules accepted by all the participants.
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  • ...f inorganic substance. These speculations seek to solve the riddle of life by supposing that these two instincts were struggling with each [[other]] from ..., [[biology]], or [[physics]]. Revision of his [[concepts]] was called for by his [[experience]] in [[psychoanalytic]] [[practice]]. He posited within th
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  • ...orm]] of [[Marxian]] theory both from the [[model]] of science put forward by [[logical positivism]] and from what he and his colleagues perceived as the ...[[knowledge]], especially through taking stock of the limitations imposed by the fundamental, irreducible [[concepts]] in use in that knowledge. His no
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  • ...shades of meaning in different areas of study and [[discussion]], and is, by its very [[nature]], difficult to define without depending on "un-deconstru ...ida|Jacques Derrida's]] ''dé[[construction]]''), and it has been explored by [[others]], including [[Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak]], [[Paul de Man]], [[Jo
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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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  • ...tics]], presumably by analogy with the term ''[[mytheme]]'' (a term coined by [[Claude Lévi-Strauss]] to denote the basic constituents of [[myth]]ologic ...sign]]". It is not used in conventional [[mathematics]], but is part of [[Lacan]]'s [[algebra]]. -->
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  • ...contemporary academic politics, the idea to deal with Lenin is accompanied by two qualifications: yes, why not, we live in a [[liberal]] [[democracy]], t ...hird World catastrophes is thus to serve as the support of this Denkverbot by constantly reminding us how things may have been much worse: "Just look aro
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  • ...he Bolshevik rule was unstable, out of [[control]], permanently threatened by the centrifugal forces — far more than the gratuitous [[sadistic]] displa ...ap: instead of the usual public-[[symbolic]] [[power structure]] sustained by the obscene invisible network of apparatuses, we have the public power stru
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  • ...dimension]] of this eternal stimulus to make free choices is best rendered by the [[situation]] of having to choose a product in online shopping, where o ...against [[thinking]]. Today's liberal-democratic [[hegemony]] is sustained by a kind of unwritten Denkverbot similar to the infamous Berufsverbot in [[Ge
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  • ...]'s [[distinction]] between Ought and Must, an authentic [[revolution]] is by definition performed as a Must - it is not something we "ought to do" as an ...e]] main versions of theorizing these catastrophes: (1) the one epitomized by the name of [[Habermas]]: [[Enlightenment]] is in itself a positive emancip
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