Sitegeist - Number 4 (Spring 2010) - A Journal of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

Editor : Kirsty Hall, Editor : Stephen Gee, Editor : Philip Derbyshire, Editor : Peter Wood

Sitegeist - Number 4 (Spring 2010) - A Journal of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

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Sitegeist is a space for thinking and questioning philosophy and psychoanalysis; it aims at a change in Geist - spirit, mind, intellect, wit, genius and morale. It seeks to contribute to a renewal of psychoanalysis, engaging with both the theoretical and the clinical and providing a lively contemporary discourse.

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Issue Contents:

The Analyst's Position between Activity and Passivity
- Dominique Scarfone

Anthropo-Decentring: 'Human' and 'Animal' in the Work of Jean Laplanche
- Nicholas Ray

'His Majesty the Ego': From Freud to Laplanche
- John Fletcher

The Double Potentiality of the Unconscious
- Guy Rosolato

A Response to Rosolato's 'The Double Potentiality of the Unconscious'
- Chris Oakley & Philip Hill

Mourning and Cultural Critique in Jean Laplanche and Assia Djebar
- Anna Cavness

Introduction to León Rozitchner
- Philip Derbyshire

Versions of Oedipus
- León Rozitchner

About the Editor(s)

Kirsty Hall taught psychoanalysis as a body of theory at Middlesex University and currently teaches both theory and practice on a number of trainings. For a while she was the managing director of Rebus Press, a publishing house whose list reflected her own wide interests. She continues to work in private practice and to write about issues in the field.

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Stephen Gee is Chair of the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. He practices full time as a psychoanalyst and supervises at London Friend and the Studio Upstairs. He has a background in the arts and community politics. He believes psychoanalysis to be as demanding and as potentially disciplined a practice as the theatre at its best and as such it should remain autonomous and ungovernable.

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Philip Derbyshire is currently a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow based at Birkbeck, University of London. He is working on aspects of cultural production in North-west Argentina, including the transculturation of European philosophy (and psychoanalysis) by Andean modes of thought.

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