The Lacanian Review: Issue 3: Segregations: Desire as Subversions of Identity

Editor : Marie-Hélène Brousse

The Lacanian Review: Issue 3: Segregations: Desire as Subversions of Identity

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  • Publisher : New Lacanian School
  • Published : 2017
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Category :
    Lacanian Psychoanalysis
  • Catalogue No : 40538
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Today, segregation is part of everyone’s daily life. Identity Politics put up new barriers and the multiplication of identity claims implies a development of segregations. In the past, segregation came from the Other, one was subjected to it, but today it self-regulated, wanted, demanded even.

The third issue of The Lacanian Review shows how psychoanalysis accounts for the contemporary extension of segregative processes. It formalises its psychical mechanisms at a time at which the pure subject of science has replaced the subject of desire, the latter being always subversive, and at which the logic of thinking/classifying applies to speaking bodies.

EDITORIAL - Marie-Hélène Brousse

THEMATIC SECTION: HURLY BURLY, SEGREGATIONS

WHOSE UNIVERSAL?

Jacques Lacan, Note on the Father

An Interview with Jean-Claude Milner

THE DIALOGUE

Colin Wright, Céline Flory, and Myriam Cottias, Colonising Enjoyment

DIVIDE AND RULE

Jacques-Alain Miller, Extimate Enemies

Laura Sokolowsky, Totalitarianism and Psychoanalysis: A Little Trip to the Land of Nazi Germany

Nathalie Jaudel, The Logic of Segregation vs The Logic of Concentration Camps

CLOACA MAXIMA

Guy Briole, Cloacina Mundi, 21st Century

Aino-Marjatta Mäki and Jaakko Karhunen, The Misery of Segregation: Is Psychoanalysis a Part of Western Civilisation?

TO EACH THEIR LABEL

Roberto Cavasola, An Interview with Allen Frances

Marcelo Veras, The Segregation of the Subject in Mental Illness

Colin Wright, “When the Fun Stops, Stop”: Betting on Psychoanalysis in the Era of Segregation

Thomas Harding, Neurodiversity and its Discontents

BODY LALANGUE

Jacques-Alain Miller, Habeas Corpus

Guy Briole, Aggiornamento

Miquel Bassols, The Enjoying Substance

FORMATIONS OF THE ANALYST

Jacques-Alain Miller, Question of the School: Proposal for the Guarantee of 21 January 2017

Anne Lysy, When the Incomparable Happens, Obvious and Opaque

REDUCTION: Analysts of the School

Daniel Pasqualin, Discontents in the Un-world

Marie-Hélène Brousse,The Sex of the Symptom

Oscar Ventura, Silence, Memory, Noise … and Forgetting

Angelica Marchesini, Vicissitudes of the Feminine

Tai Cossich, im_passe — sequence one

OUR CONGRESSES

Lilia Mahjoub, “But Where has the Unconscious Gone?”

Miquel Bassols, In Praise of Ordinary Psychosis

CLINICAL WORK

Nancy Gillespie, Love and Ordinary Psychosis: A Portrait of an Athlete as a Young Man

Cyrus Saint Amand Poliakoff, Superintendent

An Bulkens, Little Leo: From Must Have, to May Be

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