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  1. ABOUT A CONCEPT OF SHAME IN THE WORK OF JACQUES LACAN

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    Sérgio Eduardo Prudente

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available This article is a doctoral thesis synthesis in social psychology that were shown to a diachronic study of the affect of shame in the work of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Therefore, the objective of this article is to make a conceptual delimitation of shame from Lacan's work. We chose as methodology to analyze the texts and seminars of his work in order to establish an internal connection of the basic conceptual elements for the goal. In this article, we list: 1 the image of itself, 2 castration, 3 the look, 4 social criticism and 5 practice, as radical aspects of shame, whose importance establishes an edge with which to isolate the shameful affection as a theoretical operator, according to the results of research carried out in the work of Lacan. This allowed the conceptual demarcation of shame, as well as the disclosure and its importance for both clinical practice and as social criticism index.

  2. Entre o dizer e o escrito: corpo e linguagem no ensino de Jacques Lacan/Between saying and the writing: body and language in the teaching of Jacques Lacan

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    José Guillermo Milán-Ramos

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available No presente trabalho, pretendo mostrar o estatuto do dizer e do escrito no ensino do psicanalista Jacques Lacan. Lacan realizou, ao longo de 26 anos ininterruptos, atividades de ensino em regime de seminário; ele mesmo realizou a recopilação de seus textos fundamentais, lançados em 1966 sob o título: Escritos . Sabe-se também que um componente fundamental da sua doutrina é sua teoria sobre o estatuto do escrito na transmissão em psicanálise. Ao longo de seu ensino, também se preocupou por definir o estatuto do dizer. O dizer e o escrito aparecem enlaçados no ensino de Lacan em uma relação de temporalidade subjetiva, na qual a função essencial do dizer é a subjetivação do escrito, e isso se produz num tempo de espera no qual o corpo se vê comprometido pela própria inscrição da teoria no corpo (castração. In the present work, I intend to show the saying and the writing statute in the teaching of psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Lacan carried throughout 26 years uninterrupted activities of teaching into the seminary regimen; he himself made the compilation of his basic texts, launched in 1966 under the heading: Writings. We also know that a basic component of his teaching is its theory on the writing statute in the psychoanalysis transmission. Throughout his teaching, he was also worried about defining the saying statute. Saying and the writing appear enlaced in the teaching of Lacan in a relation of subjective temporality, in which the essential function of saying (theory is the subjectivation of the theoretical writing, and it is produced in an open assembly time in which the body itself is engaged for the proper inscription of the theory in the body (castration.

  3. La psiquiatría española y Jacques Lacan antes de 1975

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    Druet, Anne Cécile

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available This article aims to analyse the presence of Jacques Lacan in the domain of Spanish psychiatry before 1975. Firstly, it addresses this question through an examination of the psychiatric press and an analysis of all references made to Lacan (origin, features and development in quantitative and qualitative terms. Secondly, it addresses the history, the context and the consequences of the two lectures that Jacques Lacan gave in Barcelona in 1958 and 1972, at the invitation of some Spanish psychiatrists.El objetivo de este artículo es estudiar la presencia de Jacques Lacan en el ámbito psiquiátrico español antes de 1975. Se aborda en un primer momento esta cuestión a través del escrutinio de la prensa psiquiátrica y del análisis de las referencias a Lacan que aparecen en ella (origen, características, y evolución en términos cuantitativos y cualitativos. Se aborda a continuación la historia, el contexto y las consecuencias de las dos conferencias que Jacques Lacan, invitado por los psiquiatras españoles, dio en Barcelona en 1958 y 1972.

  4. Alain Badiou, Jacques Lacan and the Ethics of Teaching

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    Taubman, Peter M.

    2010-01-01

    This paper argues that Badiou's and Lacan's theorizations of ethics offer a way to formulate an ethics of teaching and to explore what such an ethics might look like when teachers encounter events that disrupt their quotidian lives. Relying on the work of Badiou and Lacan, the paper critiques mainstream approaches to the ethics of teaching and…

  5. Jacques Lacan and the Other Side of Psychoanalysis: Reflections on Seminar XVII (Book Review

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    Lizzy Newman

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available A review of Justin Clemens and Russell Grigg (eds., Jacques Lacan and the Other Side of Psychoanalysis: Reflections on Seminar XVII, Duke University Press, 2006. ISBN: 0-8223-3719-3.A new book that brings together 16 essays, mostly all commentaries upon Lacan''s Seminar XVII, known as 'The other Side of Psychoanalysis'. Topics include the four discourses, the relation between psychoanalysis and contemporary social discourses, the question of social change, the relationship between psychoanalysis and politics, and the structuring function of the Oedipus complex.

  6. El manzano revolucionario de Gustave Flaubert y los ocho materialismo de Jacques Lacan // Gustave Flaubert`s revolutionary apple tree and Lacan`s eight materialisms

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    David Pavón Cuéllar

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Se examina la actitud ambivalente de Jacques Lacan hacia el materialismo a la luz de una escena puntual en la novela Bouvard et Pécuchet de Gustave Flaubert. Esta escena, en la que un manzano reviste la forma de un revolucionario, nos permite discutir la esencia problemática de la materialidad en Lacan. Se distinguen ocho formas de materialismo en la teoría lacaniana y se muestra su oposición con respecto a otras formas de materialismo rechazadas en la misma teoría. // Jacques Lacan's ambivalent attitude towards materialism is examined at the light of a precise scene in Gustave Flaubert's novel Bouvard et Pécuchet. This scene, in which an apple tree takes the form of a revolutionary, allows us to discuss the problematic essence of materiality in Lacan. Eight forms of materialism are distinguished in Lacanian theory and opposed to other forms of materialism that would be rejected in this theory.

  7. El concepto de locura en la obra de Jacques Lacan The Concept Of Madness In The Jacques Lacan Work's

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Desde sus primeros escritos Lacan distingue el concepto de locura del de psicosis, contradiciendo el uso común que los toma como equivalentes. Esta confusión produce efectos en la clínica psicoanalítica, por lo cual conviene aclarar y mantener su diferencia. Si bien los comentadores de su obra han reconocido esa distinción, no se ha destacado todo lo necesario la transformación que sufre el concepto de locura al final de la misma, ni se ha establecido con precisión su índole, sus alcances y consecuencias. Para hacerlo se propone explorar las diferencias entre locura y psicosis con el recurso de la teoría de nudos que Lacan emplea en dicho período, donde la psicosis es formalizada como una forma particular de anudamiento de los registros distinto del de la neurosis y la locura como su desanudamiento. En este trabajo se realiza un recorrido que enlaza las primeras referencias de Lacan sobre la locura con las recién mencionadas.First Lacan writings differentiates the "madness" concept from the other one of "psychosis", contradicting therefore the common use in language that takes them equivalent. This confusion can carry adverse effects in the psychoanalytic clinic. Thus is better to clarify and maintain its difference. Although Lacan comentators have recognized that distinction is not enough outstanded the transformation of the concept of "madness" at the his latest works, nor has settled down its nature, its reaches and consequences. In order to do it, we will explore the differences between "madness" and "psychosis" with his knots theory support, where the psychosis and neurosis like particular different form of knotting, and also defines "madness" like a registers untied. In this work is carried out a journey that connects the first references of Lacan about the madness with the last ones mentioned.

  8. Lacan, Subjectivity and the Task of Mathematics Education Research

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    Brown, Tony

    2008-01-01

    This paper addresses the issue of subjectivity in the context of mathematics education research. It introduces the psychoanalyst and theorist Jacques Lacan whose work on subjectivity combined Freud's psychoanalytic theory with processes of signification as developed in the work of de Saussure and Peirce. The paper positions Lacan's subjectivity…

  9. Alcibíades y el agalma: momento platónico de Jacques Lacan/Alcibiades and agalma: a Jacques Lacan platonic momentum

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    Carlos Etchegoyhen

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available En El Banquete de Platón, al elogiar Alcibíades a Sócrates, hace pública su loca pasión por éste. En 1961 Jacques Lacan estudiará exhaustivamente ese Diálogo, afirmando que es la descripción de la transferencia más antigua y larga que se conozca; trabaja la erótica de la paiderastía (erastès-erómenos y revela al agalma, como antecedente de su concepto de objeto a. Philippe Julien (1985 y Danielle Arnoux, actualmente, retoman y despliegan valiosos aspectos de esa original elaboración lacaniana. Alcibiade praises Socrates at Plato´s Symposium, and declares publicly his mad passion for him. Jacques Lacan studied hard and deep the Dialogue and made explicit that his was the most ancient and long description of a prsychoanalytical transfert - he worked over paiderastía erotics (erastés-erómenos, and enlight agalma' s concept, as a previous idea of his objet a. Phillippe Julien (1985, and more recently Danielle Arnoux, use and explain some valuable aspects from that former lacanian conception.

  10. Alcibíades y el agalma: momento platónico de Jacques LacanAlcibiades and agalma: a Jacques Lacan platonic momentum

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    Carlos Etchegoyhen

    2010-01-01

    En El Banquete de Platón, al elogiar Alcibíades a Sócrates, hace pública su loca pasión por éste. En 1961 Jacques Lacan estudiará exhaustivamente ese Diálogo, afirmando que es la descripción de la transferencia más antigua y larga que se conozca; trabaja la erótica de la paiderastía (erastès-erómenos) y revela al agalma, como antecedente de su concepto de objeto a. Philippe Julien (1985) y Danielle Arnoux, actualmente, retoman y despliegan valiosos aspectos de esa original elaboración lacania...

  11. Do vazio ao objeto: das ding e a sublimação em Jacques Lacan

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    Ariana Lucero

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Pretende-se esclarecer a formulação lacaniana de que "a sublimação eleva um objeto à dignidade da Coisa". A hipótese de que das Ding, ou a Coisa, é o que permanece de irrepresentável na experiência de satisfação, o que padece do significante e pode ser remetido à pura falta, ao vazio, leva-nos a pensar a sublimação como a construção de um objeto que explicite essa opacidade. Este percurso argumentativo será ilustrado por análises da literatura de amor cortês e de algumas obras de arte referidas pelo próprio Lacan em suas considerações sobre a sublimação.From emptiness to the object: das Ding and the sublimation in Jacques Lacan. The aim is to clarify the Lacanian formulation that "sublimation raises an object to the dignity of the Thing". The hypothesis according to which das Ding, or the Thing, is what remains irrepresentable in the experience of satisfaction, what suffers from the signifier and can be related to the pure lack is developed and leads us to think sublimation as the construction of an object that express such opacity. To this end, examples from the courtly love literature and from works of art referred by Lacan in his approach of sublimation will be analyzed.

  12. Notas Sobre a Teoria do Objeto a no Seminário 10 de Jacques Lacan

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    MARQUES, T. S.

    2015-01-01

    A presente dissertação é resultado de uma pesquisa de mestrado voltada para a teoria psicanalítica da angústia. Tanto a psicanálise quanto a filosofia consideram essencial a questão do encontro do homem com a angústia. O presente trabalho procura investigar o tema da angústia a partir do pensamento de Jacques Lacan. Para isso, propõe-se a leitura de um texto fundamental do autor intitulado Seminário 10, a partir do qual o tema da angústia tem sua compreensão enriquecida pela noção de objeto a...

  13. Jacques Lacan vers le réel (1936-1962

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    Fréderic Pellion

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available Davantage que celles de "symbolique" et d' "imaginaire", la construction par Jacques Lacan de sa catégorie du "réel" n'est pas allée sans difficultés et sans repentirs. C'est de ces difficultés, et de quelques étapes de leur position puis de leur résolution, dont il sera question ici; non sans espérer, au terme du parcours, pouvoir peut-être un peu mieux situer le rôle de cette catégorie dans la "métapsychologie" lacanienne - surtout si l'on admet que celle-ci n'est pas sans interréagir avec les métapsychologies voisines, en plus qu'avec de nombreux aspects du "dire" philosophique.

  14. Uma discussão sobre a angústia em Jacques Lacan: um contraponto com Freud A discussion about the anxiety in Jacques Lacan: an opposition with Freud

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    Pedro Teixeira Castilho

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Em um primeiro momento este trabalho elucida a concepção de angústia no Seminário Livro 10: A angústia de Jacques Lacan. Depois de tal percurso, busca-se comparar a noção da angústia como um afeto que não é sem objeto com a leitura freudiana de tal conceito. Finalmente, demonstra-se que é justamente esta concepção lacaniana de angústia que permite encontrar a noção de gozo e de desejo no objeto da angústia. As coordenadas para articular o desejo e o gozo convergem para a transmissão de gozo sendo anterior ao significante. Para demonstrar tal hipótese o autor propõe uma releitura do caso Hans de Freud.At first this work will show the conception of anxiety in the Seminary book 10: The anxiety written by Jacques Lacan. Secondly, it will place the idea of anxiety as an affection that is without object opposing freudian idea of anxiety. Finally, will point out the lacanian conception of anxiety offers an interpretation of the idea of beyond pleasure and desire presented in the anxiety's object. The coordination to manipulate de desire and the pleasure will converge to the transmission of the pleasure before the word. This new interpretation brings us to a new reading of the freudian interpretation of the Hans' case.

  15. A Desire for the Marsupial Space: A Lacanian Reading of Lacan

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    Aghamohammadi, Mehdi

    2017-01-01

    Jacques Lacan is regarded as an influential French psychoanalyst in the 20th century. In the present article, first, a brief biography of this interpreter of Sigmund Freud is presented and then his key psychoanalytic theories, largely about the infant-mother-father relationship, are summarized. These data are finally analyzed mainly according to…

  16. A Desire for the Marsupial Space: A Lacanian Reading of Lacan

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    Mehdi Aghamohammadi

    2017-01-01

    Jacques Lacan is regarded as an influential French psychoanalyst in the 20th century. In the present article, first, a brief biography of this interpreter of Sigmund Freud is presented and then his key psychoanalytic theories, largely about the infant-mother-father relationship, are summarized. These data are finally analyzed mainly according to Lacan’s own ideas. In other words, this article is aimed at providing a Lacanian reading of Lacan. It reveals that his family in particular had a hug...

  17. Los nudos de las psicosis en la enseñanza de Jacques Lacán The knots of the psychoses in Jacques Lacan' teaching

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available Jacques Lacan ha abordado la psicosis realizando numerosos aportes a la elaboración de su teoría y reconocimiento clínico. Sobre el final de su enseñanza, cuando revisa sus categorías clínicas y las aborda con el soporte de la teoría de nudos, la conceptualiza como una forma particular de anudamiento. En esta novedosa formalización, sin embargo, no se encuentra un abordaje unívoco sino que desde 1971 hasta 1981 presenta diversos tipos de anudamientos. Hasta la actualidad, no se conocen trabajos en que los especialistas los estudien sistemáticamente. El proyecto de investigación UBACyT TP34 (implica una novedad en este sentido pues formula algunas conclusiones sobre el tema. Este trabajo se propone revisarlas y ponerlas en tensión para verificar su adecuación con los textos de Lacan. Tarea imprescindible para poder abordar el objetivo máximo del proyecto becado en curso: explorar el modo en que la concepción nodal reordena la variedad clínica de la psicosis (paranoia, esquizofrenia, parafrenia, manía, melancolía.Jacques Lacan has approached the psychosis carrying out numerous contributions to the elaboration of its theory and clinical recognition. On the end of their teaching, when he revises their clinical categories and it approaches them with the support of the theory of knots, he conceptualizes it like a form peculiar of knotting. In this novel formalization, however, it is not approached in a unified way but rather from 1971 up to 1981 presents diverse knottings types. Until the present time, works are not known in that the specialists study them systematically. The investigation project UBACyT TP34 (1998-2000 implies a novelty in this since sense it formulates some conclusions on the topic. This work intends to revise them and to put them in tension to verify its adaptation with the texts of Lacan. Indispensable task to be able to approach the maximum objective of the project granted a scholarship in course: to explore the

  18. [Mirror image of the ego. On Jacques Lacan's theory of the imaginary].

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    Gekle, H

    1995-08-01

    Lacan places the concept of the imaginary alongside the categories of the real and the symbolic. This concept plays a highly prominent role in his thinking, given that the essential determination of the imaginary is the primary relation of the ego to the image of the similar. Thus it is not surprising that unlike Freud the early Lacan acceded to the status of theoretician of surrealism, his decentralization of the cogito having a profound effect on Dalí in particular. The author shows that non-identity and paranoic anamorphosis are only conceivable as the forms of the imaginary absolutised by Lacan if they are seen in relation to an Oedipally constructed cogito--just as mannerism regularly follows classicism and cannot be conceived of separately from it. If Freud was a classicist, Lacan was the mannerist who came after him--except that the latter refused to countenance this connection.

  19. A ACEPC?O DE FAMILIA NA TEORIA PSICANALITICA: SIGMUND FREUD, MELAINE KLEIN E JACQUES LACAN

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    Wilson Camilo Chaves; João Gualberto Teixeira de Carvalho

    2014-01-01

      Review the writings by Freud, Melaine Klein and Lacan in order to systematize the meaning of family in each one of these authors, as well as to examine continuities and discontinuities of such meanings...

  20. A filosofia da ciência de Émile Meyerson em primeiras teorizações de Jacques Lacan

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    Jorge, Hugo Tannous

    2016-01-01

    Mesmo não sendo remissível à filosofia da ciência em seu sentido estrito, o pensamento do psiquiatra e psicanalista Jacques Lacan (1901-1981) é repleto de reflexões típicas dessa área da filosofia. Contudo, a relação entre seu pensamento e a filosofia da ciência do ambiente intelectual no qual iniciou sua produção, a França da primeira metade do século XX, na maioria dos casos, é desconsiderada ou considerada de forma parcial. Embora o filósofo da ciência Émile Meyerson (1859-1933) tenha sido...

  1. The Rift of the Big Other. Psychoanalysis and Politics Starting from Lacan

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    Claudio Cavallari

    2016-01-01

    The aim of this essay is to open the space for a dabate between political theory and psychoanalysis, by starting from the problematisation of some of the most fundamental concepts offered by the analytic theory of Jacques Lacan. Through the analysis of key-Lacanian categories like symbolic structure, big Other, object a, symptom, the article exposes the main misunderstandings that characterise the work of many contemporary political theorists and psychoanalysts who refer to adopt Lacanian psy...

  2. A verdade e o engodo do desejo na leitura do seminário a angústia de Jacques Lacan

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    Daniela Teixeira Dutra Viola

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Discute-se uma vertente do Seminário 10, A angústia, de Lacan (1962-1963 no qual o autor elabora uma oposição entre a dimensão enganosa do desejo - presente principalmente no nível em que o objeto a assume a forma visual - e a verdade que é sinalizada pela angústia, na medida em que tal afeto é definido nessa obra como o que não engana. Essa investigação é circunscrita no Seminário 10 e, assim, visa-se localizar a extração do objeto a nessa construção lacaniana sem pretender abarcar todas as suas consequências, que são definidas apenas nos seminários subsequentes.The truth and the bait of desire in the readings of the anguish Seminars of Jacques Lacan. The present article discusses a slope of the Seminar 10, The anguish, of Lacan (1962-1963 in which this author prepares an opposition between the deceiving dimension of the desire - present mainly in the level in which the object a assumes the visual form - and the truth that is signaled by the anguish, as such affection is defined in this work as what it does not deceive. This investigation is limited to the Seminar 10, and that is why it aims to locate the extraction of the object a from this Lacanian construction without intending to discuss all its consequences, which will be defined in later Seminars.

  3. A filosofia concreta de Alexandre Kojève e a teoria do imaginário de Jacques Lacan

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    Léa Silveira Sales

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available O interesse de Lacan pela dialética não cai sobre o idealismo hegeliano. O que lhe atrai é a especificidade da leitura kojèviana na medida em que promove uma antropologização da Fenomenologia do Espírito. Com essa leitura, o idealismo absoluto de Hegel transforma-se numa filosofia concreta. Uma vez que foi essa a filosofia a influenciar a produção teórica de Lacan, os objetivos desse artigo são realizar uma sua exposição geral e apontar alguns importantes momentos do cruzamento entre antropogênese dialética e discurso lacaniano, ressaltando especialmente três segmentos: o que Lacan retoma de Kojève para a sua teoria do imaginário, em que pontos afasta-se dele e a influência dessa filosofia no movimento de transição do imaginário ao simbólico.

  4. Autonomia, heteronomia: observação sobre a relação entre corpo e estrutura na obra de Jacques Lacan

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    Léa Silveira Sales

    2007-09-01

    Full Text Available Os anos de 1954 e 1955 correspondem a um momento da obra de Jacques Lacan que pode ser apontado como o auge do recurso mais direto à estrutura que, conformada pelos significantes, responde pela total determinação do sujeito. Neles, o "efeito de sujeito", a partir de sua própria definição, chega a dispensar explicitamente associações com o ser humano, em termos do que essa expressão pudesse indicar como suporte vital, qualquer que fosse. Com a construção do grafo do desejo (1957, o problema passa a receber uma nova configuração. Assiste-se, então, a uma insistente recuperação do papel do corpo na constituição do desejo a partir do modo como é pensada a relação deste com a necessidade e com a demanda. Este artigo aborda os termos dessa reinserção e procura indicar em que sentido ela começa a circunscrever um dos vetores da ultrapassagem da racionalidade estruturalista.

  5. The Rift of the Big Other. Psychoanalysis and Politics Starting from Lacan

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    Claudio Cavallari

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this essay is to open the space for a dabate between political theory and psychoanalysis, by starting from the problematisation of some of the most fundamental concepts offered by the analytic theory of Jacques Lacan. Through the analysis of key-Lacanian categories like symbolic structure, big Other, object a, symptom, the article exposes the main misunderstandings that characterise the work of many contemporary political theorists and psychoanalysts who refer to adopt Lacanian psychoanalysis as an instrument for an hermeneutics of politics. Finally the article develops some guidelines for directing the application of Lacanian psychoanalysis toward the renewal of the conceptual apparatus of political theory.

  6. Lacan: lenguaje e inconsciente

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    Rebeca Puche Navarro

    1971-01-01

    Full Text Available The present article is the first study of the work ot Jacques Lacan written in Spanish. In this perspective, the article is in the line of the return to Freud described by Lacan. The lacanian contribution is presented as the epistemological criticism to psychoanalysis. The work of Lacan is a re-thinking of Freud´s discoverings in linguistic terms, as significants, as forms, as language. Psychoanalysis is studied in the light of the structural model, in order to give to the study of the unconscious its proper place in the human sciences.

  7. A Desire for the Marsupial Space: A Lacanian Reading of Lacan

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    Mehdi Aghamohammadi

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available Jacques Lacan is regarded as an influential French psychoanalyst in the 20th century. In the present article, first, a brief biography of this interpreter of Sigmund Freud is presented and then his key psychoanalytic theories, largely about the infant-mother-father relationship, are summarized. These data are finally analyzed mainly according to Lacan’s own ideas. In other words, this article is aimed at providing a Lacanian reading of Lacan. It reveals that his family in particular had a huge impact on his theories, which strongly reflect Lacan’s desire for his mother, specifically her marsupial space. The article is concluded by exploring a quatrain by the famous Persian poet Jalal ad-Din Mohammad Rumi in order to further substantiate the claim about Lacan’s desire for the space through theorization.

  8. Jacques Lacan's theory of the subject as real, symbolic and imaginary: how can Lacanian theory be of help to mental health nursing practice?

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    McSherry, A

    2013-11-01

    This paper presents an outline of Lacan's theory of the human subject, in particular focusing on Lacan's concepts of the real, symbolic and imaginary registers, and how an understanding of these can inform change and practice in mental health nursing. Mental health nursing is under pressure to define itself as a practice distinct from other professions in the field, and to respond in new ways to promoting mental health to the individual and a wider public. Lacan's theory of the subject is of particular relevance to mental health nurses working with mental distress but has received little attention in mental health nursing literature. Six implications for practice are outlined in terms of: against normalization, the importance of the function of the symptom, what cannot be known, meaning as ever-changing, against empathy and against holistic ideas of the self. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  9. El problema del desencadenamiento de la psicosis en las elaboraciones de Jacques Lacan (1931-1976): sus tensiones con la categoría de psicosis no desencadenada

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    Aguirre, Javier

    2016-01-01

    Esta investigación examina las tensiones y controversias desde la perspectiva del psicoanálisis de orientación lacaniana entre los diversos desarrollos de Lacan sobre el desencadenamiento de la psicosis y la categoría de psicosis no desencadenada. El estudio de la categoría de psicosis no desencadenadas es un tema que en los últimos años ha tenido un lugar de importancia en las producciones vinculadas a la psicosis, sin embargo, ha sido tratado y abordado de diversas maneras, no llegando has...

  10. Les positions de Jacques Lacan sur la psychogenèse et la question du déficit des fonctions organiques

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    Dimitriadis, Georgios (Yorgos)

    2014-01-01

    International audience; We have covered the general outlines of Jaques Lacan’s main positions on psychogenesis and organogenesis with the help of a number of texts by writers who have studied the same issues. Lacan progressively moved from a position in his early psychiatric texts which was adjacent to Jasper’s to a dismissal of psychogenesis and dualism, based on the trinarity of the structure of the chain of the signifiers and the articulation of its three categories, the Real, the Symbolic...

  11. Ética da psicanálise e modalidades de gozo: considerações sobre o Seminário 7 e o Seminário 20 de Jacques Lacan Ethics of psychoanalysis and modalities of enjoyment: considerations about The Seminar VII and about The Seminar XX of Jacques Lacan

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    Fábio Santos Bispo

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo busca apontar um deslocamento na concepção lacaniana sobre a ética, a partir de uma comparação entre as perspectivas do Seminário, livro 7 - a ética da psicanálise e do Seminário, livro 20 - mais, ainda. Enquanto a primeira perspectiva privilegiaria a organização de uma lei simbólica, cuja ultrapassagem culminaria na concepção do gozo impossível de das Ding, a última destacaria o gozo do corpo como não-todo organizado pelo simbólico. Passa-se, assim, de uma ética da transgressão, que visa a um ponto além do princípio do prazer e do serviço dos bens, para uma ética onde esse além do princípio do prazer já invade o campo de saída. A lógica da contingência é o modo como Lacan pretende formalizar uma maneira de fazer com que a necessidade simbólica e a impossibilidade do desejo inscrevam-se nos registros do contingente e do possível.This article intends to demonstrate a displacement in Lacan's conception on the Ethics, using a comparison between the perspectives of The Seminar, book 7: the ethics of psychoanalysis and of The Seminar, book 20: on feminine sexuality, the limits of love and knowledge: encore. While the first perspective privileges the organization of a symbolic Law - and this one, if trespassed, culminates in the approach of an impossible jouissance (enjoyment to das Ding - the latter emphasizes the jouissance of the body as something that is not-all organized by the symbolic. Therefore, there is a movement from an ethics of breach, which aims at a point beyond the pleasure principle and of the service of goods, to an ethic where the addition of the pleasure principle invades the field since the beginning. The logic of contingency is how Lacan intends to formalize a manner of making the symbolic necessity and the impossibility of the desire to register in the records of the contingent and the possible.

  12. 'Radical Transcendence. Lacan on the Sinai'

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    Welten, Ruud

    2017-01-01

    Jacques Lacan recognizes in the Jewish traditon an early manifestation of a discourse that gives due of the alterity of language. The central thesis of Lacan’s thought is that language itself is of the order of the Other. What does this imply for our thinking on God? God is not the One you think He

  13. Psychoanalysts Through Their Traumas

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    Xavier Pérez

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available The figure of the psychoanalyst occasionally appeared in the cinema in the thirties and more frequently in the forties. Their strictly therapeutic and beneficial function has led them to be cast in the role of helpers. When psychoanalysis began to occupy a more relevant position in the cinema, the logic of dramatic fiction began to question their “heroic condition”, one in which in which they must seek answers to the contradictions in their own lives, and where they become subject to inner conflicts in which the Hippocratic oath that separates their professional careers and private lives is somehow violated.

  14. Burke, Nietzsche, Lacan: Three Perspectives on the Rhetoric of Order.

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    Thomas, Douglas

    1993-01-01

    Examines the complex relationship between rhetoric and order in the works of Kenneth Burke, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Jacques Lacan. Argues for three differing, yet complementary, views of rhetoric and order, each having a corresponding epistemology and axiology. Concludes with an analysis of the construction of order in Thomas Hobbe's…

  15. O estatuto teórico-clínico da sublimação no ensino de Jacques Lacan: a sublimação como tratamento do gozo

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    Clarissa Metzger

    2014-01-01

    Nossa intenção com o presente trabalho foi pesquisar o estatuto teórico-clínico da sublimação ao longo do ensino de Lacan, enfatizando os momentos em que se detém no tema, fazendo avançar suas elaborações do conceito e partindo da hipótese de que a sublimação é um tratamento possível do gozo. Após o seminário em que se dedica de forma mais extensa ao tema da sublimação, em 1959-1960, no qual propõe a sublimação como elevação do objeto à dignidade da Coisa, o conceito aparece aqui e ali ao lon...

  16. La entrada de Lacan en Argentina por Oscar Masotta

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    Oscar Masotta fue un intelectual argentino, de trayectoria en diversos campos del saber, reconocido mundialmente por ser el responsable de introducir la enseñanza y la práctica de Jacques Lacan al idioma castellano. El presente trabajo tiene como finalidad mostrar el anclaje de la obra lacaniana en Argentina de la mano de Oscar Masotta en relación a preguntas tales como: ¿Cómo llega Lacan a manos de Masotta? ¿Cuál es el valor y el alcance de la obra de Masotta para el psicoanálisis argentino?...

  17. Fisuras de la representación: Acontecimiento (Badiou), Noción Pura (Mallarmé) y Objeto Voz (Lacan)

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    Daniel Groisman

    2014-01-01

    ... (fundamental poet for the French philosopher's theory of event) and Jacques Lacan's works. Thus, we will try to show how the discontinuity of Being, that is, the possible site of an event for Badiou, may be conceivable with other figures...

  18. Psychologizing and the Anti-Psychologist: Dewey, Lacan, and Contemporary Art Education

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    Thomas, Beth A.

    2012-01-01

    Art education throughout the 20th and into the 21st century has drawn on both psychology and psychoanalysis to support approaches to teaching and learning in the arts. This article examines the concept of "psychologizing" as it appears in the writing of psychologist/philosopher John Dewey (1859-1952) and psychiatrist/psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan…

  19. Lacans ontologi(er)

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    2016-01-01

    Lacans værk har ofte tiltrukket sig opmærksomhed i kraft af en række provokerende, negative udsagn: Den store Anden eksisterer ikke, Kvinden eksisterer ikke, Der findes intet seksuelt forhold. Udsagnene har konsekvenser for relationen mellem den lacanianske psykoanalyse og beslægtede faglige og...... videnskabelige områder, og oplægget forsøger at bidrage til dialogen mellem den lacanianske teori og denne faglige omverden ved at undersøge Lacans forhold til værensbegrebet fra de tidlige skrifter og indtil 1973. Indtil midten af halvtredserne viser der sig en vis inspiration fra fænomenologien hos Lacan....... Herefter bliver en mere ”strukturalistisk” tankegang dominerende, og Lacan afviser nu typisk at have en doktrin angående ’væren’. I stedet bliver den centrale tematik for Lacan en skelnen mellem typer af elementer i en struktur – det partikulære og det singulære – hvilket også kommer til at påvirke...

  20. The Ethics of the "Real" In Levinas, Lacan, and Buddhism: Pedagogical Implications.

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    Jagodzinski, Jan

    2002-01-01

    Explores the unstated ethics that exist in the silent space between teacher and students, highlighting Emmanuel Levinas, Jacques Lacan, and Buddhism. The paper uses the juxtaposition of west and east to help illuminate ethical pedagogy, and it argues that there is an unknowable dimension which raises the question of ethics in human relations that…

  1. L'oggetto sguardo nell'insegnamento di Lacan

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    Alex Pagliardini

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available The eye occupies a central place in the teaching of Jacques Lacan. In particular, it finds its almost final formulation in Seminar X (1962-63 and Seminar XI (1964. In these Seminars the field of vision is no longer the place of illusion and mirage of the subjective identity, but it becomes the same field crossed by Freud’s Unheimlich, namely that of the sudden apparition of what is invisible. ‘Look’ is the name that Lacan gives to this appearance. The effects of what Lacan calls the ‘look function’ are: a radical alteration of the coordinates of the visual field and an effect of anguish. In such a perspective, the visual field becomes the proper place to radicalize the idea of the ‘subversion of the subject’: the subject doesn’t look, he/she is looked, the gaze looks at the subject, grabs him/her, and, in doing so, it determines the subject. Thus, Lacan reduces the subject to a claim, a need, that crosses and distorts the visual field. This distortion forces the subject to meet his/her condition of object. From this point of view, visual arts are a privileged territory to establish a certain relationship with the constant distortion of the eye (since aesthetics is, after all, ethics, therefore with that objectual condition that each subject embodies.

  2. Em torno do conceito de metáfora de Jakobson e Lacan

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    1994-01-01

    O presente trabalho resulta da leitura dos textos: “Dois aspectos da linguagem e dois tipos de afasia", de Roman Jakobson ( 1975), e "L'instance de la lettre dans l'inconscient ou la raison depuis Freud" de Jacques Lacan (1966), em comparação com a leitura que deles faz Jean-François Lyotard, em Discours Figure (1985, p. 250-60). This paper considers Jean-François Lyotard's vision about the diferences between Roman Jakobson e Jaques Lacan concepts of metaphor and metonim.

  3. Em torno do conceito de metáfora de Jakobson e Lacan

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    Gelson Santana

    1994-12-01

    Full Text Available O presente trabalho resulta da leitura dos textos: “Dois aspectos da linguagem e dois tipos de afasia", de Roman Jakobson ( 1975, e "L'instance de la lettre dans l'inconscient ou la raison depuis Freud" de Jacques Lacan (1966, em comparação com a leitura que deles faz Jean-François Lyotard, em Discours Figure (1985, p. 250-60.

  4. Espelhos sem imagens: mimesis e reconhecimento em Lacan e Adorno Mirrors without images: Lacan and Adorno on mimesis and recognition

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    Vladimir Safatle

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Trata-se de analisar os usos da racionalidade mimética em Jacques Lacan e Theodor Adorno, isto a fim de mostrar como, nos dois casos, encontramos uma estratégia de reflexão sobre a mimesis que a eleva à condição de elemento fundamental para uma teoria do reconhecimento que não se esgote na temática da intersubjetividade. Neste sentido, este estudo insere-se em uma pesquisa mais ampla a respeito dos modos de aproximação entre psicanálise lacaniana e Escola de Frankfurt no que diz respeito ao problema dos destinos da categoria de sujeito e dos processos de reconhecimento.This article aims to understand the uses of mimetic rationality in Jacques Lacan and Theodor Adorno. Its try to shows that we have, in both cases, a endeavor to transform mimesis in the ground for a theory of recognition that is beyond intersubjectivity´s motives. This article is a part of a most global study about the relationships between lacanian psychoanalysis and Frankfurt School concerning the destiny of concepts like: subject and recognition.

  5. Lacan e a negatividade do desejo

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    Tiago Ribeiro Nunes

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Resumo O presente trabalho pretende demonstrar que, na primeira parte do ensino de Jacques Lacan, a assunção subjetiva do desejo enquanto falta-a-ser representa o ponto de chegada de uma psicanálise. Recorrendo aos textos inaugurais do seu ensino, veremos que é justamente a falta de um saber imanente, capaz de designar o objeto compatível com as suas necessidades, que impõe ao desejo sua negatividade, sintomaticamente expressa na forma do "que queres tu de mim?", com a qual o sujeito pretende reparar a inconsistência do Outro. Tal como propõe o psicanalista francês, uma experiência com a psicanálise levada ao seu limite deveria produzir a assunção pelo sujeito do seu desejo enquanto pura falta-a-ser, em razão da qual se liquidaria o seu endereçamento ao Outro como fundamento último.

  6. Love and/in psychoanalysis: a commentary on Lacan's reading of Plato's Symposium in Seminar VIII: Transference.

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    Fink, Bruce

    2015-02-01

    What is love and what part does it play in psychoanalysis? Where are the analyst and the analysand situated in relation to the roles defined as those of the "lover" and the "beloved"? Jacques Lacan explores these and other questions in his soon-to-be-published Seminar VIII: Transference by providing an extensive commentary on Plato's most famous dialogue on love, the Symposium. This paper outlines some of the major points about love that grow out of Lacan's reading of the dialogue and examines their relevance to the analytic setting. Can the analyst be characterized as a sort of modern-day Socrates?

  7. Cousteau, Prof. Jacques Yves

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  8. Hadamard, Prof. Jacques

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1939 Honorary. Hadamard, Prof. Jacques. Date of birth: 8 December 1865. Date of death: 17 October 1963. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. Theory Of Evolution. Posted on 23 January 2018. Joint Statement by the Three Science Academies of India on ...

  9. Livage, Prof. Jacques

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 2004 Honorary. Livage, Prof. Jacques. Date of birth: 26 October 1938. Address: Chemie de la Matiere Condensee, UPMC, Tour 44, 4, Place Jussieu, 75005 Paris, France Contact: Office: (+33-1) 4427 6162. Residence: (+33-6) 6797 6839. Fax: (+33-1) 4427 4769

  10. La neurosis obsesiva en el último período de la enseñanza de J. Lacan The obsessional neurosis in the last period of J. Lacan´s teaching

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    Claudio Godoy

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo desplegamos algunas de las perspectivas que se desprenden de las formulaciones que Jacques Lacan produce sobre la neurosis obsesiva en el último período de su enseñanza, especialmente a partir del examen de esta estructura en función de su relación con el campo de lo escópico y la conciencia en tanto sinthome que sostiene el anudamiento de los registros. A partir de allí se realiza una relectura de diversos aspectos referidos a dicha estructura neurótica señalados por Freud, los post-freudianos y por el mismo Lacan en momentos previos de su enseñanza.Abstract In this work we develop some perspectives about obsessive neuroses in the last period of Jacques Lacan´s teaching, especially the relation between this structure with the look and the conscience as a sinthome, keeping the union among registers. From there we reread different aspects related with this structure, which had been distinguished by Freud, post-freudians and also Lacan in previous moments of his teaching.

  11. Jacques Spalter (1929 - 2014)

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    It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Jacques Spalter on 1 April. His funeral took place in the presence of family and close friends.   A graduate of the ESPCI in Paris and then of Stanford where he completed his PhD, Jacques Spalter started work at CERN in 1968. He spent his entire career in the DD Division (which later became the IT Department) and retired in 1994. Throughout this period, he was held in high esteem by successive heads of the Division, who entrusted him with administration, planning and budget management responsibilities, as well as with the task of representing the Division on personnel recruitment committees. He lived through the days when IT and computers were still in their formative years, and went on to participate in the extraordinary advances in this field, which changed the way in which physics experiments were performed and in which data was automatically analysed. All of the computing power was centralised, and the CDC and IBM supercomputers and ...

  12. Conversations avec Jacques Fontanille

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    2006-01-01

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    Cet entretien porte sur le parcours intellectuel de Jacques Fontanille, fondateur du Centre de Recherches Sémiotiques de l’Université de Limoges et responsable du Séminaire Intersémiotique de Paris, théoricien dont l’activité scientifique se mêle au parcours historique et théorique de la Sémiotique d’origine greimassienne. Dans cette interview par courrier électronique réalisée l’été 2006, Fontanille parle des épisodes qui ont marqué les débuts de son travail comme sémioticien et notamment dês développements les plus récents de la Sémiotique.

  13. ROTEIRO DE VIAGEM AO PAÍS DE LACAN

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    Laéria Fontenele

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Grande leitor e crítico da cultura de seu tempo e um dos nomes de maior destaque da psicanálise contemporânea, Slavoj Žižek desfaz a fábula segundo a qual ler Lacan é um trabalho árduo e difícil que seria apenas privilégio dos especialistas em psicanálise e, com isso, brinda o seu leitor com um envolvente passeio pelo país de Lacan. De origem eslovena, e quase eleito presidente de seu país, Slavoj Žižek é autor de diversos livros - dentre os quais os instigantes ensaios “Hegel, o mais sublime dos histéricos” e “Eles não sabem o que dizem” -, a maioria publicada em por volta de trinta idiomas. É ele reconhecido como sendo um profundo conhecedor de Hegel e Karl Marx; apaixonado leitor de Sigmund Freud e de Jacques Lacan; crítico contundente das ideologias totalitárias, espírito cultivado por sua filia às múltiplas artes – sendo, inclusive, especialista na cinematografia de Alfred Hitchcock. Os traços de sua erudição e sensibilidade para com as artes, se refletem e particularizam, também, o seu estilo de escrever, o qual se encontra muito bem representado no modo como urdiu esse seu novo livro. “Como ler Lacan” nos ensina a adotar um método especial para orientar em uma tal empreitada. Žižek advoga que, para lermos Lacan, devemos aplicar o mesmo método empregado pela psicanálise para ler e interpretar o texto que resulta do trabalho inconsciente. Mas há uma condição para esse emprego: abandonar o vício de querer entender, pois, assim como o inconsciente, Lacan não deve ser compreendido e sim lido, pois, conforme ele mesmo já nos advertira, o pior destino a que podemos ser conduzidos é o destino que nos leva à compreensão. Só assim será fácil ler Lacan, mais do que, amiúde, se imagina. Muitas introduções ao seu ensino foram publicadas, algumas delas marcadas por rigor conceitual, outras resultaram em versões grosseiras de sua letra. Sem desmerecer as boas introduções a Lacan

  14. Review Essay: Lacan, via Messenger

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    Achim Seiffarth

    2006-05-01

    Full Text Available We'll never know what LACAN really said. The various editions of his works are only partly authorized by LACAN himself, and the few critical editions are not among those that are. Anyone who wants to learn about the Master's thought has to study influences, transmissions, and the trajectories of words and texts ascribed to LACAN. The contributors to this volume by THOLEN, SCHMITZ and RIEPE focus on the three themes nominated in the book's title. Some primarily discuss the role of transfer in psychoanalysis, others critically examine German translations of the Master's texts, and a third group studies the emergence of a psychoanalytic tradition. We might affirm that all the articles represent the three T's together: practising transfer, translating what might otherwise be incomprehensible, and constituting tradition. But this is a bond too weak to connect the various works presented in THOLEN, SCHMITZ and RIEPE's book. In fact, the book seems to explode. The range of topics treated by the authors reaches far beyond any disciplinary border and includes themes as different as dysgraphia and dyslexia, interpretations of HÖLDERLIN, BENJAMIN and KAFKA, the legal definition of death, theory of mass communication, the history of psychology, and the diffusion of psychoanalysis in Europe (Italy, Austria, Belgium and Ireland. As a consequence, reading the mostly well written and stimulating articles one after the other might be slightly irritating. "Transfer—Translation—Tradition" is an interesting book, though it's not really a book at all. This kind of successful failure probably is LACANian heritage (even if, yes, we've heard that story from Bob DYLAN, too. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0603156

  15. Algumas considerações sobre o termo afânise a partir de E. Jones e J. Lacan

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    Daniela Scheinkman Chatelard

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Em sua primeira parte, este artigo propõe-se a retomar e a desenvolver o termo afânise, tal como foi forjado por Ernest Jones. Na segunda parte, trata-se de acrescentar a importância dada por Jacques Lacan a este termo: do registro do puro desaparecimento do desejo, em sua relação com a castração, como foi sustentado por E. Jones, passamos ao registro do desaparecimento do sujeito, enquanto sujeito dividido e desejante. Para isso, recorremos ao exemplo do personagem literário, Hamlet, da tragédia de Shakespeare.Some considerations about the aphanisis term from E. Jones and J. Lacan. The aim of the article in its first part is to retake and to develop the term aphanisis, such as forged by Ernest Jones. In its second part, the purpose is to add to this term the importance given by Jacques Lacan : from the register of the pure disappearing of desire in its relation to castration, as supported by Jones, we will pass on to the register of the disappearing of the subject, while in the form of a divided and desiring subject. Therefore, we will use the example of the literary character, Hamlet, taken from Shakespeare's tragedy.

  16. Variantes estruturalistas no ensino de Lacan

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    2005-01-01

    Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Comunicação e Expressão. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Literatura A presente tese estuda as variantes estruturalistas no ensino de Lacan. Para introduzir estas variantes, parte dos antecedentes desse ensino, i.e., dos textos de Lacan que ainda não são lacanianos. Mostra, nestes antecedentes, uma intuição estruturalista em Lacan, um estruturalismo em estado prático. Será justamente este proto-estruturalismo a permitir que L...

  17. O poema concreto e a contribuição de Lacan: a não-relação endereçada

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    O poema concreto e a contribuição de Lacan consiste na localização do poema concreto, tal como ele é formulado pelo projeto comum de Augusto de Campos, Haroldo de Campos e Décio Pignatari, com a contribuição da teoria de Jacques Lacan, principalmente no que diz respeito à noção de suplência. Essa localização demonstra que o poema concreto apresenta as duas soluções de suplência, propostas por Lacan, porque sua produção é comparável ao nó topológico que ocasiona a escrita de registros diferent...

  18. Inclusão da loucura no pensar: um diálogo possível entre Lacan e a fenomenologia husserliana

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    Full Text Available Resumo Por que pensar a loucura teria algum sentido na filosofia? A tese de Jacques Lacan de 1932 nos dá uma dica. Pois o autor se volta a um caso de paranoia e esboça algumas críticas à fenomenologia husserliana. A aposta desse texto é tentar mostrar que a reflexão sobre o que é dito enquanto anormal pode abrir um espaço para repensar a fenomenologia husserliana.

  19. La Luxure, Jacques Demy, 1961

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    Voici d’abord un petit résumé du film, qui n’est quand même pas des plus connus, parmi les courts métrages de Jacques Demy. Paris, un jour d’été ensoleillé. Deux copains se retrouvent dans une rue du Quartier Latin. Jacques (Laurent Terzieff) passe son temps à aborder les filles qu’il croise. Jacques et Bernard (Jean-Louis Trintignant) évoquent l’un de leurs copains, René. Bernard achète un livre sur le peintre Jérôme Bosch. Ils vont prendre un verre ensemble sur les quais et feuillètent le l...

  20. Ud med Freud, Marx og Lacan

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    Clasen, Mathias

    2009-01-01

    Det er på høje tid, at humanister løsriver sig fra deres forældede teorier. Freud, Marx og Lacan skal erstattes med evolutionspsykologi, biologi og kognitionsvidenskab.......Det er på høje tid, at humanister løsriver sig fra deres forældede teorier. Freud, Marx og Lacan skal erstattes med evolutionspsykologi, biologi og kognitionsvidenskab....

  1. The subjetivacion of the lack: between Lacan and Hegel

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    Lorena Souyris Oportot

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available The present article develops a reflection concerning the figure of the subjectivation and the statute of the lack  in relation to Jacques Lacan y Hegel's thought . The analysis will be addressed from a philosophical approach as and with a psychoanalytic perspective, to show the need to understand the subjectivity, not already as a "work" of duel, but ligature to the loss and the split. The idea is that the above mentioned significances make possible deconstruir and to rethink the duel in lack, that he structures to the subject in an experience "escripturaire" (escriptural and, for the same thing, of dispossession. So that the figure of the subjetivación "in" lack  will allow to grant an important place to the non-place while I spread where the unthinkable thing and the "Autre" registers.  Once exposed this, the reflection will focus on the tragic exigences behind experience “escripturaire” expressed in the image of Antigone

  2. A Discussion with Jacques Derrida.

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    1990-01-01

    Presents an edited transcript of a discussion held in April 1989 between Jacques Derrida and a group of students and professors concerning Derrida's "Afterword: Toward an Ethic of Discussion." Discusses Derrida's views on "deconstruction" as a term and a movement, the idea of arguments and persuasion, and specific power…

  3. Do vazio ao objeto: das ding e a sublimação em Jacques Lacan

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    Ariana Lucero; Ângela Vorcaro

    2013-01-01

    Pretende-se esclarecer a formulação lacaniana de que "a sublimação eleva um objeto à dignidade da Coisa". A hipótese de que das Ding, ou a Coisa, é o que permanece de irrepresentável na experiência de satisfação, o que padece do significante e pode ser remetido à pura falta, ao vazio, leva-nos a pensar a sublimação como a construção de um objeto que explicite essa opacidade. Este percurso argumentativo será ilustrado por análises da literatura de amor cortês e de algumas obras de arte referid...

  4. [Jacques Lacan: The turn of the Obligado or the return of the unavoidable].

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    Harari, R

    1976-09-01

    "La Vuelta de Obligado" (Obligado bend of Paraná river) is the name of a battle fought by local rebels against the colonial invading navy. The victory was due to a witty device: the patriots stretched a cable across the river and succeded in stopping the foreign float. The event is the paradigm of the everlasting fight of under-developped countries against powerful colonial metropolis. The author examines the conditions of local fight against colonizing cultural and scientific ideas, being his main content that scientific advancement needs not be an instrument of scientific imperialism. He analyzes in detail several factors currently impeding the use of scientific discoveries and improvements, focusing into concrete "obstacles" (in Bachelard's meaning) to betterment of Psychoanalytic knowledge. The obstacles are: 1. All-pervading transference. The rule adapted from Melanie Klein theories emphasizing hic et nunc validity of materials from the patient, neglects the fact that the analyst is also moved by desire, and that the patient's productions are not fragments of behavior able to be reduced to the present situation, but vectorial motions, always open and always re-opening into something defined since the beginning as forever lost. 2. Increasing activity for the analyst. The current hypothesis concerning the possibility of analyzing everything, encouraging the analyst's hyperactivity, does not allow for theoretical evaluation of the means and ways of manifestation of unconscious drives through gaps in the discourse. 3. Pan-counter-transference. The conception of counter-transference as an instrument is against Freud's contention, defining it as a reciprocal transference that must be fought in the same way as the patient's. 4. Belittling of theory. The thesis against theory, on the grounds that Psychoanalysis deals with affects and the affective life of patients, forgets that there is always some system for understanding the world and, for want of a theory, an ideological system is always ready to provide the grid underlying all concepts used. 5. Not-analyzing. The automatic "translation", lacking the search for new links to replace the ones that analysis dismantles, leads to denaturalizing the practice and keeping intact the patient's imaginary consistent universe. 6. Intergrationism. Other theories cannot be integrated to Psychoanalysis as they have different objects and different frameworks. Conversely, Psychoanalitic concepts cannot be formulated in other theories conceptual corpus for the same reason. The exception are the sciences having similar fields and methods of analysis, such as Semiotics or Linguistics. In their case the articulation of concepts becomes possible, but still requires the previous command of Psychoanalytic Theory in its full depth. 7. Communicationalism. The most common of all integrations with other sciences is the one linking Psychoanalysis with Communications Theory...

  5. Algunas puntuaciones sobre el fort-da en la obra de Jacques Lacan

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    González, Mariano José

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    El trabajo parte de la observación contenida en “Más allá del principio de placer” del juego de un niño de un año y medio, enmarcada en lo que se ha dado en llamar “el giro de los años 20”, cuando Freud se encuentra con el fenómeno de la compulsión de repetición como un obstáculo en la clínica, y a partir de ello introduce modificaciones en la teoría psicoanalítica. Allí se entiende al juego como una “forma de trabajo del aparato anímico”, encarando su estudio desde una perspectiva económica....

  6. Jean-Jacques Petter. Primates

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    Full Text Available Voici un magnifique ouvrage grand format sur les Primates dont l’auteur principal est le regretté Jean Jacques Petter, l’un des spécialistes historiques des prosimiens de Madagascar. Ce livre, publié à titre posthume, a une histoire que nous découvrons dans la préface d’Yves Coppens. A l’origine pensé et rédigé par Jean-Jacques Petter, qui a été professeur au Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, l’ouvrage interrompu à sa mort en 2002 a été remis en chantier sous l’impulsion de sa femme Arlet...

  7. O discurso capitalista de Marx a Lacan: algumas consequências para o laço social The capitalist speech from Marx to Lacan: some consequences for the social bond

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    Rosane Zétola Lustoza

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Investigam-se algumas consequências geradas pelo discurso capitalista no laço social. Tomando como ponto de partida a obra de Karl Marx e o ensino de Jacques Lacan, buscou-se caracterizar o capitalismo, enfatizando a acumulação da mais-valia como um movimento sem ponto de basta, deixando o sujeito num estado de insatisfação constante, e este estado, em contrapartida, vem sempre acompanhado pelo gozo de algum gadget. O caráter ilimitado desse processo acarreta uma modificação na relação do sujeito com a natureza, com os outros homens e com ele mesmo, em que tudo se transforma em mercadoria. O sujeito passa a habitar um mundo previamente condenado a tornar-se dejeto.The article investigates the consequences of the capitalist discourse for the social bond. Taking the works of Karl Marx and Jacques Lacan as point of departure, one aimed to characterize capitalism emphasizing the accumulation of surplus-value as a movement without point of enough that causes in the subject a state of constant insatisfaction that on the other hand is always followed by the enjoyment of some gadget. The limitless character of this process causes an modification on the relationship of the subjetc with the nature, with the other men and with himself, where everything becomes commodities. The subject starts to inhabit a world previoulsy condamned to become a deject.

  8. Notes Towards a Phenomenological Reading of Lacan

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    The Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology (IPJP) can be found at www.ipjp.org. Lacan builds his theories around a developmental sequence which is close to Freud, but which is innovatively informed by linguistics, structural anthropology and Hegelian philosophy (Fink, 1995). The exploration here will centre on reading ...

  9. Jacques Prentki 1920-2009

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    J. Prentki (second from the left), in discussion with his colleagues.  Jacques Prentki passed away at 3.00 a.m. on Sunday, 29 November at the age of 89. Jacques Prentki embodied everything that CERN's Theory Division stood for. He joined it at the very start of CERN in 1955 and remained there right to the end. He acted as a link between successive Division Leaders Feretti, Fierz and Van Hove before becoming an excellent and long-serving Division Leader himself. His research on hadron symmetries, first with Bernard D'Espagnat, was extremely important, and he played an instrumental role both within the Division and as the editor of Physics Letters and international conference proceedings. He was also in very close contact with the experimentalists, including his friends Charles Peyrou and Georges Charpak. He was renowned for his discernment in the field of physics and his remarkable judgement led many to seek his opinion before publishing their work. He was highly cultured with a deep interest i...

  10. El hombre: centro de su uiverso y de su verdad. Un acercamiento a la subjetividad en Lacan y Schopenhauer // Man: center of his universe and his truth. An approach to the idea of subjectivity in Lacan and Schopenhauer

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    Juan Pablo Hurtado García

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    Full Text Available En torno a una realidad perceptible y experimental del sujeto, se puede establecer un vínculo entre el psicoanálisis lacaniano y la filosofía schopenhaueriana. Para ello, pretendo forjar en este texto una relación simple entre el concepto de representación en el pensamiento de Arthur Schopenhauer y la noción de verdad en la teoría de Jacques Lacan, para mostrar finalmente con estos planteamientos el enfoque subjetivo que pone al hombre en una realidad que se encuentra allí para él y casi condicionada por él. Para Lacan, la verdad se encuentra en lo profundo del psiquismo y puede ser revelada en el sentido de que puede ser recobrada por medio del lenguaje. Para Schopenhauer, todo aquello que pertenece al mundo se encuentra de forma inevitable condicionado por el sujeto, existiendo sólo para él como representación. En ambos, la objetividad de la materia pertenece a otro campo. // Around a perceptible and experimental reality of the subject, a link between Lacanian psychoanalysis and Schopenhauerian philosophy can be established. For that reason, I intend to build on this text a simple relationship between the concept of in Schopenhauer's thinking and the notion of in Lacan's theory, to finally show the subjective approach that places man in a reality that is there for him and almost conditioned by him. According to Lacan, truth is located deep in the psyche and can be revealed in the sense that it can be recovered through language. In Schopenhauer's opinion, everything that belongs to the world is inevitably conditioned by the subject and existing only as presentation. In both thinkers, the objectivity of matter belongs to another field.

  11. Le transfert, de Freud à Lacan

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    Lucchelli, Juan Pablo

    2007-01-01

    ln this thesis, we treat about the transference, one of the fundamentals concepts in psychoanalysis, explaining the way of this concept that begins in Freud and it find planate in Lacan. For Freud, the transference is basically a resistance to the analytic cure. ln his different analysis, Freud will realize about the appearance of phenomenon that molder the analytic cure, starting with Dora's case till "the rats man". Freud very quickly will make equal the transference to the Edipo's and in t...

  12. Training analysis and reanalysis in the development of the psychoanalyst.

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    Meyer, Jon K

    2007-01-01

    A psychoanalyst faces the extraordinary demand of becoming instrumental in the psychoanalytic process. In the candidate's attempt to rise to that expectation, the first step is the training analysis. As the center-piece of psychoanalytic education, it is no ordinary analysis and bears special burdens intrinsic to its multiple functions and institutionalization. Recognizing the difficulties of both analytic education and analytic practice, Freud suggested that the analyst be periodically reanalyzed; for many, reanalysis is integral to their analytic development. Indeed, an analyst is actually never "made" but is always "in the making," developing and maturing in life and in practice. Reanalysis serves to focus elements of transference and resistance, rework defenses, facilitate more extensive regression in the service of the ego, deepen emotional integration, rework those elements of psychoanalysis itself that have been incorporated into defensive structure, and further the maturation of the analyzing instrument. If analysis is our most powerful mode of initial education, reanalysis is the most powerful form of continuing education. That remarkably little attention has been paid to reanalysis is testimony to the infantile fantasies that remain invested in our personal analyses.

  13. Tribute to Dr Jacques Rogge

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    Bourgois, Jan G; Dumortier, Jasmien; Callewaert, Margot

    2017-01-01

    'A tribute to Dr J. Rogge' aims to systematically review muscle activity and muscle fatigue during sustained submaximal quasi-isometric knee extension exercise (hiking) related to Olympic dinghy sailing as a tribute to Dr Rogge's merits in the world of sports. Dr Jacques Rogge is not only the for...... muscle. Since maximal strength is an important determinant of neuromuscular fatigue during hiking, combined strength and endurance training should be incorporated in the training program of dinghy sailors.......% predicted by a higher maximal isometric quadriceps strength. Although useful in exercise testing, prediction of hiking endurance capacity based on the changes in surface EMG in thigh and trunk muscles during a hiking maintenance task is not reliable. This could probably be explained by the varying exercise...

  14. Jacques Ellul's Contributions to Critical Media Theory.

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    Christians, Clifford G.; Real, Michael R.

    1979-01-01

    Examines the contributions of Jacques Ellul to the area of communication research through his principle of "la technique," which offers a primary focus for theoretical considerations of modern communications media and their role in human society. (JMF)

  15. Lacan's subject: the imaginary, language, the real and philosophy ...

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    The extent to which the imaginary or realm of images is construed by Lacan as being the order of identification and a (spurious) sense of unity of the ego or self, is contrasted ... The place and meaning of the enigmatic third register in Lacan's thought, namely the 'real', is also addressed in relation to the question of desire.

  16. Jacques Polieri: Kinetic Theatre Space

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    Juan Ignacio Prieto López

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Between the First and Second World War the definition of the new type of theater building was one of the main tasks of the European Avantgarde. In its design and theoretical formulation were poets, playwrights, theater directors, architects, painters, actors, engineers… from different countries and art movements. Despite the collaboration of the leading members of the Avant-garde like Marinetti, Moholy-Nagy, Kiesler, El Lissitzky, Gropius… none of these proposals were built because of their radical and utopian characteristics. It was a young French theater director, Jacques Polieri, who became the main compiler and prompter of those proposals in postwar Europe in two issues of the French journal Aujourd´hui, art et architecture. The first of them published in May 1958, under the title “Cinquante ans de recherches dans le spectacle” collected the most important experiences in theory, scenography, technic, and theater architecture in the interwar period. Polieri worked with different architects in several projects for theater buildings, whose main feature was the mobility of all their elements and components, trying to get a dynamic experience during the performance. Those proposals related to Kinetic Art, were published in a second issue of Aujourd´hui, art et architecture entitled “Scénographie Nouvelle” in October 1963.

  17. LACAN COM KRIPKE: O REAL EM JOGO NO NOME PRÓPRIO LIDO COMO UM DESIGNADOR RÍGIDO

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    Rosa,Márcia

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    Este estudo coteja a teoria do Nome Próprio concebido como designador rígido, formulada pelo lógico Saul Kripke, e a teoria de Jacques Lacan sobre o Nome Próprio lido como significante puro - um significante cujo enunciado, igualando-se à sua enunciação, não tem qualquer significação ou sentido. Trata-se de assinalar pontos de convergência e de divergência entre o real em jogo na teorização lacaniana do Nome-Próprio e a essência postulada por Kripke no referente do Nome-Próprio. Ao mencionar,...

  18. Georg Groddeck's maternal turn: its evolution and influence on early psychoanalysts.

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    Hristeva, Galina; Poster, Mark F

    2013-09-01

    The paper examines the biographical, cultural and clinical influences on the "maternal turn" of Georg Groddeck, a German physician and correspondent of Sigmund Freud. It demonstrates Groddeck's influence on Sándor Ferenczi, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Karen Horney, each of whom influenced generations of psychoanalysts. The authors explore the resonance of Groddeck's work with several concepts of contemporary psychoanalysis and raise the question as to whether the roots of these psychoanalytic concepts were seeded by Groddeck's "maternal turn", passed on by the above psychoanalysts through intergenerational psychoanalytic training and further elaborated by later investigators who were not necessarily familiar with the work of Groddeck.

  19. Tiresias and the breast: thinking of Lacan, interpretation, and caring.

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    Webb, R E; Bushnell, D F; Widseth, J C

    1993-06-01

    Lacan's intellectual complexity and fascination with language are too often taken as an indication that in his conception of analysis there is no room for caring and love. In this paper we argue that this impression represents a misunderstanding of Lacan. We explore the role of the analyst according to Lacan, both as the 'subject of absolute knowledge', 'supporting the function Tiresias' and the 'man of care' with breasts. To Lacan, the process of analysis is an adventure into the realm of the exotic where there is a complexity of excitement and deep anxiety, an interplay of words and illusive exploding breasts, the birth and death of desire, and the confrontation with the illusion of 'self'. The analyst recognises the patience and courage necessary to face this and to understand that 'life is a foreign language; all men mispronounce it' (Morley, 1925, p. 188).

  20. The symptom as metaphor in Lacan's theory of the unconscious.

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    Stewart, D W

    1986-01-01

    An analysis of Freud's forgetting of the name Signorelli provides a framework for an explication of some central concepts in Lacan's theory of the unconscious. The parapraxis is viewed as a symptom which is structured like a metaphor. The creation of a symptom during the process of repression produces a gap in conscious discourse. The analysis of such symptoms provides evidence for Lacan's assertion that the unconscious is structured like a language.

  1. Professor Jacques Cortes prantsuse keele lektoraadis

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    Juuni alguses külastas filoloogiateaduskonna romaani-germaani filoloogia osakonda Roueni ülikooli professor Jacques Cortes (Prantsusmaa). Ta korraldas 4. õa üliõpilastele prantsuse keele intensiivkursuse ja võttis vastu eksami ning kohtus prantsuse keele lektoraadi õppejõududega : [täistekst

  2. 2294-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Sawadogo

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    Feb 17, 2006 ... Determination of stoichiometry from polycrystalline powders of transition metals lamellar dichalcogenides: MoSe2, WSe2, obtained by synthesis in laboratory. Jacques SAWADOGO1,4*, Moussa BOUGOUMA1,2, Jean Boukari LEGMA1 and. Marie–Paule Delplancke OGLETREE3. 1Laboratoire de Chimie ...

  3. Introduction Robin Melrose The French philosopher Jacques ...

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    Introduction. NOTES ON A POST-DERRIDEAN APPLIED. LINGUISTICS. Robin Melrose. The French philosopher Jacques Derrida has exercised an enourmous influence on French thought over the last twenty years, particularly with his technique of deconstruction, and more recently the influence has spread.

  4. 2641-IJBCS-Article-Sagnes Jacques Akpa

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    http://ajol.info/index.php/ijbcs http://indexmedicus.afro.who.int. Synthesis and in vitro antifungal evaluation of 2-thioalkylaryl-benzimidazoles derivatives against Candida albicans. Sagne Jacques AKPA1∗. , Roger Simplice Pépin ZOAKOUMA1, Venance Martial SAY1,. Mahama OUATTARA2, Mamidou Witabouna KONE3,4, ...

  5. Lacan e a toxicomania: efeitos da ciência sobre o corpo Lacan and drug addiction: effects of the science on the body

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    Jésus Santiago

    2001-06-01

    Full Text Available Ao retomar a interrogação sobre a relação existente entre os objetos da ciência e o gozo, Lacan propõe-se também a postular, nesse contexto, o fenômeno toxicomaníaco presente no uso metódico e ordenado dos diversos produtos que vão desde os tranqüilizantes até os alucinógenos. A materialização do efeito real da ciência sobre o corpo, no caso do uso destas substâncias tóxicas, torna-se objeto de uma hipótese que se inscreve no horizonte da chamada dimensão ética do gozo. Abordar a toxicomania sob o ponto de vista ético do gozo do corpo, leva, certamente, a concebê-la como um modo particular de satisfação, distinto da dependência biológica própria de toda concepção repreensiva do problema. Esse modo de satisfação que cativa certos sujeitos é considerado uma tentativa de enfrentar as perturbações do gozo do corpo e, diante do corpo inseparável do gozo, a toxicomania poderia ser vista como um mais-gozar particular, correlativo a uma mudança operada, pela ciência, no real.Returning to the question of the relationship between science objects and jouissance, Jacques Lacan's purpose, in this context, is to claim the drug addiction phenomenon which is present in the methodic and ordered use of several products from tranquilizers to hallucinogens. The real effect of science materializing over the body when under the use of these toxic substances, becomes the object of a hypothesis inserted in the horizon of the so called ethical dimension of jouissance. The drug addiction approach under the ethical dimension of the body jouissance is certainly conceived as an idea of private satisfaction which is different from the biological dependency peculiar to every reprehensive idea of the problem. This way of satisfaction that captivates some types of subjects is seen as an attempt to face the jouissance disturbances in the body, and when facing the inseparable body from jouissance, drug addiction could be seen as a particular

  6. Epistemologia della psicoanalisi tra Althusser e Lacan

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    Alberto Gualandi

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    Full Text Available The contributions included in this section of S&F_ focus on the problem of the epistemological status of psychoanalysis and its object, the unconscious. They were originally presented in Venice at the Ca’ Foscari University in December 2014, during a debate organized by Maria Turchetto and the Associazione Louis Althusser, following the first Italian translation of the two conferences on psychoanalysis delivered by Althusser at the École Normale in 1963‐64 (L. Althusser, Psicoanalisi e scienze umane, Mimesis, Milano 2014. The two conferences, centred around the alleged “epistemological break” brought about by the work of Lacan in the domain of human sciences, provide the authors with the opportunity to examine the relationship between Marxism, psychoanalysis and philosophy in the current theoretical context, and to address such problems as the relationship between the discourse of the unconscious and the theory of ideology, transindividual imaginary and subjective Cogito, body and language, as well as the status of scientific truth. The authors attempt to show the fecundity of an epistemological approach which allows us to reposition the problem of the unconscious in an “interstitial gap” separating body from language, phenomenology from biology, corporeal linguistic signifier (lalangue from the pure axiomatic of science (matema.

  7. Literatura y derecho en Jacques Derrida

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    Carlos Antonio Contreras Guala

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    Full Text Available Se estudia el vínculo entre literatura y derecho en el pensamiento de Jacques Derrida. Se indican algunos recorridos de lectura y se dilucida lo que se entiende por literatura como institución, y su vínculo y alcances en relación con el plagio y con el derecho a decirlo todo en literatura.

  8. Psychoanalysis, science, and art: aesthetics in the making of a psychoanalyst.

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    Frayze-Pereira, João A

    2007-04-01

    This paper critically examines the relationship of psychoanalysis to science and art. Its point of departure is Michael Rustin's theorizing. Specifically, in considering the possibility of a psychoanalyst's having an aesthetic orientation, the author analyses: 1) the difficulty of there being any connection between psychoanalysis and science because science's necessarily presupposed subject-object dichotomy is incompatible with transference, which, beginning with Freud, is basic to psychoanalysis; 2) the complex relationship between psychoanalysis and aesthetics using Maurice Merleau-Ponty's philosophical perspective as well as Luigi Pareyson's theory of aesthetics; 3) the Kantian foundations of the psychoanalytic notion of art as the 'containing form of subjective experience'; 4) intersubjectivity, without which clinical practice would not be possible, especially considering matters of identity, difference, the body, and of sensory experience such as 'expressive form'; 5) the relationship of psychoanalysis and art, keeping in mind their possible convergence and divergence as well as some psychoanalysts' conceptual commitment to classicism and the need for contact with art in a psychoanalyst's mind set.

  9. Do grafo do desejo aos quatro discursos de Lacan

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    D'Agord, Marta Regina de Leao

    2013-01-01

    Este trabalho analisa uma etapa do percurso do Lacan pesquisador, envolvendo questões metodológicas na passagem do grafo do desejo à formalização do matema dos quatro discursos. No grafo, a linha em formato de anzol cortando as duas linhas horizontais configurava o efeito de discurso em três etapas, as quais se mostraram equivalentes às três estruturas clínicas. Com os quatro discursos, Lacan estabelece uma estrutura de quatro posições sobre as quais giram quatro elementos. O matema dos quatr...

  10. El actor y el espectador. De Freud a Lacan // The author and the audience. From Freud to Lacan

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    Carolina Roldán

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Teniendo en cuenta los aportes de Freud y Lacan, en este texto se trata, por una parte, de mirar cuál es la función del actor en la representación teatral o parafraseando al segundo de estos autores ¿Qué añade el actor a la obra escrita? de otro lado, profundizar en los mecanismos que en el espectador ponen en juego para conectarse con la obra y el actor, suscitando las vivencias y emociones propias de la experiencia teatral. // Taking in account Freud and Lacan works, this paper questions about what is the actor function in a theatrical performance; paraphrasing Lacan: What does the actor add to the written work? On the other hand, deeping into the mechanisms that the member of the audience uses to put in contact with the play and the actor, arousing his/her own life experiences and emotions through the theatrical experience.

  11. Concepción de la consistencia imaginaria de Freud a Lacan y su lugar en el nudo Borromeo. (Conception of the Imaginary Consistency from Freud to Lacan and Its Place in the Borromean Knot.

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    Liliana Zorelly Giraldo Aristizábal

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    Full Text Available Resumen Este artículo es síntesis de una investigación ya terminada, orientada por la pregunta: ¿Qué lugar tiene la consistencia imaginaria en el nudo borromeo? Fueron tomados como referentes principales Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan. Para su desarrollo se revisaron planteamientos acerca de la libido, la pulsión y otros más elementos de lo imaginario, tales como las experiencias ópticas y el nudo borromeo. Este último, figura topológica que ilustra la manera en que se articulan los registros, pero además, muestra que se tejen entre ellos en función de un elemento central que tiene una faz imaginaria y también tiene la consistencia que puede tener un concepto, este elemento es el objeto a. Palabras clave: Nudo borromeo, consistencia, imaginario, topología. Abstract This article summarizes an investigation led by the question: which is the place of the imaginary consistency in the Borromean knot? The main references of the investigation were Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan. For the development of this, there were revised different approaches to libido, drive, and other elements of the imaginary such as the optic experiences and the Borromean knot. This last one, topologic figure that illustrates how the different orders articulate, shows how they interconnect with each other around a central element which has an imaginary face and also the consistency of a concept: object a. Keywords: Borromean knot, consistency, imaginary, topology. Résumé Cet article est la synthèse d'une recherche déjà terminée et dont la question directrice était la suivante : quelle est la place de la consistance imaginaire dans le Nœud borroméen ? Sigmund Freud et Jacques Lacan ont été les auteurs de référence pour ce texte. Des réflexions à propos de la libido, la pulsion et d'autres éléments ayant trait au domaine de l'imaginaire tels que les expériences optiques et le Nœud borroméen ont été abordées. Ce dernier, figure topologique

  12. Fisuras de la representación: Acontecimiento (Badiou, Noción Pura (Mallarmé y Objeto Voz (Lacan

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    Daniel Groisman

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available The idea of this article —which is part of an ongoing doctoral research on the status of the subject in the convergences and divergences of Badiou's philosophy and Lacanian psychoanalysis (UNC-CONICET— is to reflect on Badiou's scenario of the resignification of Being and, therefore, of truth, appealing to some elements of Stéphane Mallarmé (fundamental poet for the French philosopher's theory of event and Jacques Lacan's works. Thus, we will try to show how the discontinuity of Being, that is, the possible site of an event for Badiou, may be conceivable with other figures: the "pure notion" in Mallarmé's poetry and the "object voice" in Lacanian psychoanalysis —all of them being figures of a fissure of representation.

  13. The pedagogical perspective of Jacques Maritain

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    In the extensive bibliography of Jacques Maritain, there is a book dealing with education titled "L'education à la croisée des chemins". It initially consists of the texts of four lectures held in 1943 at the Yale University, in the United States under the title "Education at the Crossroads", published for the first time in 1943. The contents of these conferences has been published by Fayard in 1959 with the title "Pour une philosophie de l’éducation". This essay by Maritain was later re-mode...

  14. Lacan's subject: the imaginary, language, the real and philosophy ...

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    The extent to which the imaginary or realm of images is construed by Lacan as being the order of identification and a (spurious) sense of unity of the ego or self, is contrasted with the symbolic (or linguistic) order as that of the subject and of desire, in fact, of the subject of desire. The place and meaning of the enigmatic third ...

  15. A falta conceituada por Lacan: da coisa ao objeto a Lack conceived by Lacan: from the thing to object a

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    Vinicius Darriba

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Discute-se o modo como a falta é conceituada por Lacan em dois momentos: com a retomada da Coisa freudiana e com a introdução do objeto a. Tal esforço em conceituar a falta é associado à tentativa de Lacan de resgatar aquilo que se revelou central na experiência de Freud. À Coisa e ao objeto a são relacionadas duas formas distintas de se pensar a relação entre o conceito e a falta na psicanálise, determinantes do tipo de aproximação que se pode ter do que constitui a experiência analítica.This study describes the way lack is conceived by Lacan at two different levels: with the retrieval of the Freudian Thing and the introduction of Object a. Such effort to conceptualize lack is associated to Lacan's attempt of rescuing that which has revealed itself as central in Freud's experience. Two distinct ways of thinking the relationship between concept and lack in psychoanalysis are related to the Thing and Object a. Such forms of thinking are determining in the type of proximity one may have of what is at stake in the analytical experience.

  16. Kuidas kirjutatakse ajalugu? / Jacques Revel ; interv. Marek Tamm

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    Revel, Jacques

    2007-01-01

    Prantsuse ajaloolase ja ajakirja Annales ühe peatoimetaja J. Revel'i erialasest tegevusest ja teostest. Varem. ilm.: Sündmused, jutustus ja analüüsiskaalad : intervjuu Jacques Reveliga // Revel, Jacques, Farge, Arlette. Mässu loogika : lasteröövlite afäär Pariisis 1750. - Tallinn, 2005. - Lk. 109-123

  17. [Earthquakes in Mexico in 1985. Their psychological repercussions and intervention by psychoanalysts].

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    Martínez y Aguilar, Y

    1987-01-01

    Starting with a real event, the Mexican earthquake of 1985, this article describes a certain number of practices of Mexican psychoanalysts and their theoretical reflections which grew out of the experience of helping a disaster-struck population during a crisis period. The result of this intervention was that it enhanced the elaboration of the emotional and traumatic conflict created by this kind of natural phenomenon. This work, a; though not constituting a generalized practice within psychoanalysis, corroborates certain processes in Freud's second theory of drives.

  18. Fantasma, mito y dibujo en la enseñanza de Lacan // Phantom, myth and drawing in Lacan´s lessons

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    Nicolás Uribe Aramburo

    2011-01-01

    ... en la clínica a partir de la enseñanza de Jaques Lacan. En principio se muestran algunas de las principales correspondencias que Lacan establece entre los mitos de la humanidad y los conceptos de "mito individual...

  19. A segunda impotência: Jacques Edwards

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    Raúl Antelo

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Metamorfosis de Jacques Edwards nos mostra a História como uma série de avanços e retrocessos. O dadaismo aristocrático do escritor chileno era parcialmente indiferente ao presente. Não queria transgredi-lo (como os marinheiros envolvidos na revolta da Chibata ou, mais tarde, os surrealistas. Não queria legislar, já que se constituia a partir da figura do bufão (o palhaço da burguesia de Oswald de Andrade. O dadaismo de Edwards sofre as dissonâncias do tempo ao ponto da auto-desintegração e, através da mimetização do discurso epiléptico, a mímese se torna um plus, um excesso mimético.

  20. Jacques Monod and Chance and Necessity.

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    Ribatti, Domenico

    2015-01-01

    Charles Darwin proposed the theory that evolution of live organisms is based on random variation and natural selection. Jacques Monod, in his classic book Chance and Necessity, published 45 years ago, presented his thesis that the biosphere does not contain a predictable class of objects or events, but constitutes a particular occurrence, compatible indeed with the first principles but not deducible from those principles. The biosphere is therefore essentially unpredictable. In his book, Monod expounded at length on the conflict between science and religion. He saw religion as a collection of primitive myths that had been blown to shreds by science. At every turn, Monod emphasized the role of chance in human existence, an idea that is antithetical to essentially every religious doctrine that places humans as some inevitable intention of a Creator.

  1. El imaginario, narcisismo y agresividad en psicoanálisis: del joven Lacan a la violencia urbana // Imaginary, narcissism and aggressivness in psychoanalysis: since young Lacan until urban violence

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    Patricio Rojas Navarro

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo pretende establecer, a partir de la pregunta por la constitución subjetiva, un recorrido teórico por algunas de las grandes problemáticas en torno a lo imaginario, el narcisismo y la agresividad, tal y como se desprenden de algunos de los trabajos clave de Jacques Lacan entre 1936 y 1949. A partir de ello, se propone una interrogación del fenómeno de la violencia urbana, propio de la vida con y entre otros. Se intentará mostrar así el potencial teórico que retienen los trabajos tempranos del psicoanalista francés y, al mismo tiempo, intentar hipótesis interpretativas del fenómeno de la violencia que no la reduzcan a un hecho "externo" al sujeto, causado por una presunta decadencia de la fuerza de la ley. // The current article aims to establish, since the question about the subjective composition, a theoretical exploration through some of the biggest questions around imaginary, narcissism, and aggressiveness; as well as in some of Lacan’s key works between 1936 and 1949. After that, a question about the urban violence — typical in life with and among others— appears. Trying to show the theoretical potential inside the French psychoanalyst’s early works

  2. Delving into the 'emotional storms': A thematic analysis of psychoanalysts' initial consultation reports.

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    Pérez, Alejandra; Crick, Penelope; Lawrence, Susan

    2015-06-01

    Psychoanalysts' written reports on initial consultations are a window into the complexities of a crucial aspect of psychoanalytic work. However, systematic research in this area has largely focused on patients' demographic factors or standardized measures. The present study looked at reports of all the consultations taking place at the London Clinic of Psychoanalysis over one calendar year (N = 100). The aim was to explore psychoanalysts' different explicit styles of working and reporting as well as further understanding implicit processes used in thinking and writing about each particular consultation experience. A thematic analysis revealed a set of themes that related to a style of working and thinking about the consultation process as a dyadic experience, where the interaction, affective reactions and contact made between the two are the focus when thinking of making a recommendation for psychoanalysis. The majority of the reports had an open, exploratory quality. The writing of reports appears to give the analyst an opportunity to process the consultation experience and arrive at a more triangular position. Writing reports is a more valuable part of the consultation process than has formally been recognized and acknowledged. The limitations of this study as well as the relevance of these findings for future research are discussed. Copyright © 2015 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  3. Lacan e Frege: sobre o conceito de Um

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    Maurício José d’Escragnolle Cardoso

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Muitas vezes ignorada, a importância dada por Lacan à obra de Frege se mostra na verdade cada vez mais considerável. Citada pelo psicanalista desde os anos 1950, a importância dessa obra evolui na mesma medida que o ensino lacaniano. Este privilégio é devido não somente à crescente sofisticação da reflexão de Lacan, mas sobretudo a seu esforço em determinar uma questão bastante específica: como isolar a articulação existente entre a estrutura diferencial do significante e a economia pulsional? Este problema encontra sua formulação mais explícita na elaboração lacaniana do conceito de Um, que é justamente realizada através de um diálogo constante com o logicismo fregeano.

  4. Las imágenes barrocas de Lacan

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    En la elaboración de la noción de mirada —que constituye un tópico esencial para el barroco, y en particular, para el barroco latinoamericano— Lacan promueve el análisis de la teoría comentando determinadas obras de arte. ¿Consiste este empeño en un recurso heurístico, metafórico, o en la asunción de un modelo programático? Para responder a este interrogante, elucidaremos un conjunto sistemático de obras de arte visual tematizadas por Lacan en el período comprendido entre los seminarios 8 y 1...

  5. Lack conceived by Lacan: from the thing to object a

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    2005-01-01

    Discute-se o modo como a falta é conceituada por Lacan em dois momentos: com a retomada da Coisa freudiana e com a introdução do objeto a. Tal esforço em conceituar a falta é associado à tentativa de Lacan de resgatar aquilo que se revelou central na experiência de Freud. À Coisa e ao objeto a são relacionadas duas formas distintas de se pensar a relação entre o conceito e a falta na psicanálise, determinantes do tipo de aproximação que se pode ter do que constitui a experiência analítica.Thi...

  6. A cultura do consumo: uma leitura psicanalítica lacaniana La cultura del consumo: una lectura psicoanalítica lacaniana The culture of consuming: a lacanian psychoanalyst reading

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    Vanessa Leite Teixeira

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo pretende fazer uma leitura da cultura capitalista de consumo na contemporaneidade tomando como aporte a Teoria dos Discursos, desenvolvida por Jacques Lacan no seminário O Avesso da Psicanálise (1969-1970 e modificada na Conferência de Milão, proferida por ele em 12 de maio de 1972. O tema é abordado pela via do capitalismo, cujos desdobramentos levam ao consumo de produtos elevados à categoria de objetos-tampão da falta estrutural denominados latusas, de modo a estimular o excesso de gozo. A importância dessa leitura sustenta-se na atualidade do tema e nas consequências perigosas que podem advir ao sujeito quando do usufruto do gozo ilimitado acima das restrições fundadoras do desejo. Parte-se do pressuposto de que não há cura para a divisão subjetiva. Neste sentido, diante do engodo contemporâneo da completude o campo de impossibilidade de sutura do desejo é considerado o ponto de apoio para a clínica lacaniana.Este artículo hace una lectura de la cultura capitalista del consumo contemporáneo, fundada en la teoría de los discursos desarrollada por Jacques Lacan en El seminario, El revés de la psicoanálisis (1969-1970 y cambiada en la Conferencia de Milano, proferida en 12 de Mayo de 1972. El tema es abordado por la vía del capitalismo, cuyos desdoblamientos llevan al consumo de productos elevados a la categoría de objetos tampones de la falta estructural, llamados latusas, para estimular el exceso de gozo. La importancia de esta lectura está sostenida en su actualidad y en las peligrosas consecuencias que pueden advenir al sujeto debido a la superioridad del gozo ilimitado sobre las restricciones fundadoras del deseo. Es presunto que no hay cura para la división subjetiva. En ese sentido, frente al engodo contemporáneo de la integridad, la imposibilidad de sutura del deseo es considerada el punto de apoyo para la clínica lacaniana.This article concerns a reading of the capitalist culture of

  7. The pedagogical perspective of Jacques Maritain

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    Maria Teresa Viglioglia

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    Full Text Available In the extensive bibliography of Jacques Maritain, there is a book dealing with education titled "L'education à la croisée des chemins". It initially consists of the texts of four lectures held in 1943 at the Yale University, in the United States under the title "Education at the Crossroads", published for the first time in 1943. The contents of these conferences has been published by Fayard in 1959 with the title "Pour une philosophie de l’éducation". This essay by Maritain was later re-modeled to the last edition in French (1969. The work outlines the main coordinates of the educational philosophy of Jacques Maritain, and consists of four sections: I. The errors of contemporary pedagogy; II. The educational relationship; III. Liberal education; IV. Complementary tasks. Maritain emphasizes persons' formation as the primary purpose of education to the American pragmatism and European rationalism, noting that every educational project, of every background it may be, always implies a precise anthropology, sometimes implied. The educational relationship is to avoid the double error of a conception "despotic" on the part of the teacher and of a conception "anarchist" by the pupil. Education must tend to unity of knowledge, making sure that the learning process begins from the experience, but always ends in reason. The final chapters relate more specifically to the organization of education in America, but the first two chapters offer a real philosophical approach to education. This is based on a vision of the person who activates the spiritual dimension, undermined by the development of an individual's technical design. "Education at the crossroads" (which is located in the French neo-Thomism, philosophical and theological contemporary movement focused on the recovery of the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, who is considered, with appropriate adaptations and interpretations, source of knowledge and imperishable spiritual guides speaks to the need

  8. Jacques Joseph: Father of modern aesthetic surgery

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    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available When we review the history of modern aesthetic surgery, a name that stands out as bright as a beacon and precious as gold is undoubtedly that of Jacques Joseph. A surgeon, par excellence, far ahead of his time, who chose to think out of the box, Joseph, despite all odds set out to give respectability to Aesthetic Surgery without depriving it of any scientific core values. By his words and deeds proved beyond doubt that only the very best in the field of reconstructive surgery, can visualize the hidden perfection in imperfection and formulate a treatment plan and a surgical strategy to achieve that elusive perfection. The rich surgical literature that he has left behind, the wealth of surgical instruments that he had designed and above all a way of thinking that he propagated, that aesthetic surgery is not frivolous but very serious endeavor, and treating the psychology of the patient is as important as treating his disease, undoubtedly makes him the revered ′Father of Modern Aesthetic Surgery′.

  9. A Psychoanalyst in the Classroom: On the Human Condition in Education. Transforming Subjects: Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Studies in Education

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    Britzman, Deborah P.

    2015-01-01

    "A Psychoanalyst in the Classroom" provides rich descriptions of the surprising ways individuals handle matters of love and hate when dealing with reading and writing in the classroom. With wit and sharp observations, Deborah P. Britzman advocates for a generous recognition of the vulnerabilities, creativity, and responsibilities of…

  10. A segunda regra fundamental: um comentário sobre o Ferenczi de Lacan

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    Full Text Available Que o analista seja analisado é a segunda regra fundamental da psicanálise, de acordo com Sándor Ferenczi. Este autor é louvado por Lacan pelo questionamento autêntico de sua responsabilidade de terapeuta. Faz-se aqui um breve comentário de algumas referências de Lacan a Ferenczi, tendo-se por perspectiva o controverso debate sobre a formação do analista.The second fundamental rule: a note about Lacan's Ferenczi. The analysis of the analyst is the second rule of psychoanalysis, following Sándor Ferenczi. This author is considered by Lacan an authentic questioner of his responsibility as a psychotherapist. The reader will find here a brief note about some of Lacan's comments on Ferenczi. Our concern here is the training of the analyst.

  11. O Complexo de Édipo em Winnicott e Lacan

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    João Paulo Fernandes Barretta

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Após uma breve apresentação do tema do complexo de Édipo em Freud e do ponto de vista diretor a partir do qual ele é tematizado, o artigo mostra que nas teorias psicanalíticas de Lacan e Winnicott esse tema central da teoria freudiana é modificado radicalmente. Por fim, o artigo conclui indicando uma semelhança entre ambas as formulações do conflito edipiano, bem como uma diferença fundamental.

  12. El Complejo de Edipo en Winnicott y Lacan

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    2012-01-01

    Após uma breve apresentação do tema do complexo de Édipo em Freud e do ponto de vista diretor a partir do qual ele é tematizado, o artigo mostra que nas teorias psicanalíticas de Lacan e Winnicott esse tema central da teoria freudiana é modificado radicalmente. Por fim, o artigo conclui indicando uma semelhança entre ambas as formulações do conflito edipiano, bem como uma diferença fundamental. After a brief presentation of the theme of the Oedipus complex in Freud and the director's point...

  13. Pensamiento y política: Arendt con Lacan

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    Laura Arias

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil is one of the most emblematic Hannah Arendt's books. It introduces concepts such as the banality of evil, which continue raising excited comments in different latitudes. Here, we want to focus on another controversy aroused by the book and based on Eichmann's trial in Jerusalem. Arendt says: “The longer one listened to him, the more obvious it became that his inability to speak was closely connected with an inability to think” (Arendt, 1999: 80. We propose here to examine what thinking is for Freud and Lacan, and thus to question whether Eichmann thought or did not.

  14. Do grafo do desejo aos quatro discursos de Lacan

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    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho analisa uma etapa do percurso do Lacan pesquisador, envolvendo questões metodológicas na passagem do grafo do desejo à formalização do matema dos quatro discursos. No grafo, a linha em formato de anzol cortando as duas linhas horizontais configurava o efeito de discurso em três etapas, as quais se mostraram equivalentes às três estruturas clínicas. Com os quatro discursos, Lacan estabelece uma estrutura de quatro posições sobre as quais giram quatro elementos. O matema dos quatro discursos nos remete às operações da estrutura do grupo de Klein. Entretanto, duas regras restringem a permutabilidade: o movimento de um quarto de giro dos elementos apenas em um sentido; em segundo lugar, nas quatro posições prévias, há uma disjunção entre as posições de saber e verdade. Podemos então concluir que os quatro discursos consistem em uma apropriação parcial da estrutura do grupo de Klein, de modo a demarcar a diferença entre a psicanálise e o discurso científico.

  15. Rigorous Quantum Field Theory A Festschrift for Jacques Bros

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    Monvel, Anne Boutet; Iagolnitzer, Daniel; Moschella, Ugo

    2007-01-01

    Jacques Bros has greatly advanced our present understanding of rigorous quantum field theory through numerous fundamental contributions. This book arose from an international symposium held in honour of Jacques Bros on the occasion of his 70th birthday, at the Department of Theoretical Physics of the CEA in Saclay, France. The impact of the work of Jacques Bros is evident in several articles in this book. Quantum fields are regarded as genuine mathematical objects, whose various properties and relevant physical interpretations must be studied in a well-defined mathematical framework. The key topics in this volume include analytic structures of Quantum Field Theory (QFT), renormalization group methods, gauge QFT, stability properties and extension of the axiomatic framework, QFT on models of curved spacetimes, QFT on noncommutative Minkowski spacetime. Contributors: D. Bahns, M. Bertola, R. Brunetti, D. Buchholz, A. Connes, F. Corbetta, S. Doplicher, M. Dubois-Violette, M. Dütsch, H. Epstein, C.J. Fewster, K....

  16. Mélanges Jacques Caron 1980-2008

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    Hæftet, udgivet i anledning af Jacques Carons pensionering, indeholder 8 artikler om fransk litteratur, kultur og sprog, efter princippet: Hier encore (franskstudiet førhen), Aujourd'hui (franskstudiet i dag), Des lendemains qui chantent ? (franskstudiet som det ville kunne være).......Hæftet, udgivet i anledning af Jacques Carons pensionering, indeholder 8 artikler om fransk litteratur, kultur og sprog, efter princippet: Hier encore (franskstudiet førhen), Aujourd'hui (franskstudiet i dag), Des lendemains qui chantent ? (franskstudiet som det ville kunne være)....

  17. O sintoma: de Freud a Lacan El síntoma: de Freud a Lacan The symptom: from Freud to Lacan

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    Full Text Available O artigo aborda a teoria do sintoma em Freud e a releitura efetuada por Lacan, na dimensão do simbólico - pelo viés do "inconsciente estruturado como linguagem" - e na dimensão do real - pela vertente do "inconsciente pulsional", apontando para as duas dimensões do sintoma: o "sintoma-metáfora", uma formação do inconsciente que se sustenta em uma satisfação de desejo e tem um sentido recalcado, que pode ser decifrado; e, o "sintoma-letra de gozo", que se distingue das demais formações do inconsciente na medida em que a satisfação de desejo, nele envolvida, tem um caráter problemático e paradoxal: é uma "satisfação real", "às avessas", para além do princípio do prazer e vinculada à pulsão de morte.Este artículo trata la teoría del síntoma en Freud y la relectura efectuada por Lacan, en la dimensión de lo simbólico - bajo el prisma del "inconsciente estructurado como lenguaje" - y en la dimensión de lo real - desde el punto de vista del "inconsciente pulsional", señalando las dos dimensiones del síntoma: primeramente, el "síntoma metáfora", una formación del inconsciente, apoyada en una satisfacción de deseo con un sentido reprimido que puede descifrarse; y secundariamente, el "síntoma goce", diferente de las otras formaciones inconscientes, una vez que la satisfacción de deseo involucrada en él, tiene un rasgo problemático y paradójico: es una "satisfacción real", "al revés", más allá del principio del placer y unida a la pulsión de muerte.This article deals with both, the 'theory of symptom' in Freud, as well as, Lacan's re-reading of it, in the dimension of the symbolic - through the vein of the 'unconscious, structured as language' and, in the dimension of the real - from the point of view of the 'driving unconscious'. Thus, it points to two dimensions of the symptom: firstly, 'the symptom-metaphor', an unconscious formation, supported by the satisfaction of a wish with a repressed sense, which can

  18. Algumas considerações sobre a fantasia em Freud e Lacan

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    Este artigo discute algumas considerações de Freud e Lacan a respeito da fantasia, salientando a sua gênese e função para o sujeito. Para isso, retoma os três tempos da fantasia trazidos por Freud e as duas operações lógicas, que constituem o articulador entre o sujeito e o “objeto a”, presentes no matema da fantasia elaborado por Lacan, a saber: a alienação e a separação. This article discuss some considerations by Freud and Lacan about the fantasy, pointing out its origin and function fo...

  19. Thorvaldsens Jason med det gyldne skind som ophævelsen af antikken

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    2003-01-01

    Bertel Thorveldsen, Norma Bryson, Jacques Derrida, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, Kunsthistorie, æstetik, skulptur......Bertel Thorveldsen, Norma Bryson, Jacques Derrida, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, Kunsthistorie, æstetik, skulptur...

  20. Lewis Carroll and psychoanalysis: why nothing adds up in wonderland.

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    Lane, Christopher

    2011-08-01

    Each generation of psychoanalyst has found different things to value and sometimes to censure in Lewis Carroll's remarkable fiction and flights of fancy. But what does Carroll's almost 'surrealist' perspective in the Alice stories tell us about the rituals and symbols that govern life beyond Wonderland and Looking-Glass World? Arguing that Carroll's strong interest in meaning and nonsense in these and later works helps make the world strange to readers, the better to show it off-kilter, this essay focuses on Jacques Lacan's Carroll - the writer-logician who stressed, as Lacan did, the difficulty and price of adapting to the symbolic order. By reconsidering Lacan's 1966 homage to the eccentric Victorian, I argue that Carroll's insight into meaning and interpretation remains of key interest to psychoanalysts intent on hearing all that he had to say about psychic life. Copyright © 2011 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  1. The Politics of the Gaze Foucault, Lacan and Zizek

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    Henry Krips

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Joan Copjec accuses orthodox film theory of misrepresenting the Lacanian gaze by assimilating it to Foucauldian panopticon (Copjec 1994: 18-19. Although Copjec is correct that orthodox film theory misrepresents the Lacanian gaze, she, in turn, misrepresents Foucault by choosing to focus exclusively upon those as-pects of his work on the panopticon that have been taken up by orthodox film the-ory (Copjec 1994: 4. In so doing, I argue, Copjec misses key parallels between the Lacanian and Foucauldian concepts of the gaze. More than a narrow academic dispute about how to read Foucault and Lacan, this debate has wider political sig-nificance. In particular, using Slavoj Zizek's work, I show that a correct account of the panoptic gaze leads us to rethink the question of how to oppose modern techniques of surveillance.

  2. Jacques Derrida on Rhetoric and Composition: A Conversation.

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    1990-01-01

    Presents an interview with Jacques Derrida, discussing rhetoric and composition. Describes Derrida's growth as a writer, proposes a model of composition instruction, discusses problems compositionists should avoid, and comments on a range of other topics, including liberatory learning, social constructionism, logocentrism, and feminism. (SR)

  3. So lig soos klip. Jacques Pretorius. Kaapstad: Tafelberg, 2012. 224 ...

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  4. Kuidas kirjutatakse ajalugu? / Jacques Le Goff ; interv. Marek Tamm

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    2007-01-01

    Prantsuse ajaloolase ja ajakirja Annales ühe peatoimetaja J. Le Goff'i teostest. Varem. ilm.: Ajalugu, antropoloogia ja imaginaarsus : intervjuu Jaques Le Goffiga // Le Goff, Jacques. Raha või elu : majandus ja religioon keskajal. - Tallinn, 2001. - Lk. 108-126

  5. Jacques Monod and the Advent of the Age of Operons

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 15; Issue 12. Jacques Monod and the Advent of the Age of Operons. R Jayaraman. General Article Volume 15 Issue 12 December 2010 pp 1084-1096. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link:

  6. [Jacques Monod: some unpublished pages of his life].

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    Gilgenkrantz, Simone

    2015-01-01

    The friendship and affinity of thought between Albert Camus and Jacques Monod were little highlighted in France. A book published in the U.S. in 2013 over the period of the Second World War in France shows their importance. It seemed useful to collect the elements of correspondence and writings reflecting their common concerns,frequent meetings and friendship.

  7. Fantasma, mito y dibujo en la enseñanza de Lacan // Phantom, myth and drawing in Lacan´s lessons

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    Nicolás Uribe Aramburo

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El artículo aporta puntualizaciones al debate psicoanalítico sobre el valor simbólico del dibujo en la clínica a partir de la enseñanza de Jaques Lacan. En principio se muestran algunas de las principales correspondencias que Lacan establece entre los mitos de la humanidad y los conceptos de "mito individual del neurótico" y de "fantasma". Seguidamente se describen las posturas de este autor acerca de las funciones que tienen el significante, la palabra y lo simbólico en la construcción del fantasma, mostrando que para este autor las imágenes también pueden comportar una función significante que favorece el tránsito entre lo imaginario y lo simbólico. A partir de este recorrido por la enseñanza de Lacan se cuestiona la idea de que las imágenes solo pertenecen al registro de lo imaginario, pues con base en esta idea desde algunas posturas se tiende a restringir el trabajo clínico al uso de la palabra, excluyendo de forma indirecta el uso de otros medios simbólicos tales como el dibujo, punto de vista que resulta controvertido en el ensayo. Finalmente se presentan las principales ideas de Lacan sobre la función significante y simbólica de la imagen y más específicamente del dibujo en la construcción del fantasma. // This article provides detailed explanations to the psychoanalytical debate about the symbolic value of the drawing in the clinical institution from Lacan lessons. First, some of the main relations where Lacan establishes associations between the human myths and concepts of "neurotic individual myth" and "phantom" are shown. Next the author's postures about the functions meaning, word, and symbolic have in phantom construction are described, showing the images also can symbolize for the author a meaningful function that favor traffic between imaginary and symbolic. After the study of these Lacan lessons the idea that images are only part of the imaginary record is questioned, based on this idea from some postures

  8. Fantasma, mito y dibujo en la enseñanza de Lacan // Phantom, myth and drawing in Lacan´s lessons

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    Nicolás Uribe Aramburo

    2011-01-01

    El artículo aporta puntualizaciones al debate psicoanalítico sobre el valor simbólico del dibujo en la clínica a partir de la enseñanza de Jaques Lacan. En principio se muestran algunas de las principales correspondencias que Lacan establece entre los mitos de la humanidad y los conceptos de "mito individual del neurótico" y de "fantasma". Seguidamente se describen las posturas de este autor acerca de las funciones que tienen el significante, la palabra y lo simbólico en la construcción del f...

  9. Versões do Pai na psicanálise lacaniana: o percurso do ensinamento de Lacan sobre a questão do pai*

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    Alfredo Zenoni

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Trabalharemos as diferentes modificações que a noção de Paiganhou no ensinamento de Jacques Lacan. Partiremos do pai nosingular como Nome-do-Pai, sustentação da ordem simbólica eportador da interdição, até chegarmos à sua função de “sinthoma”.Do pai inicial, fundamento do laço social reduzido a um símbolo,portanto na condição de morto, chegaremos a um pai vivo; daunicidade a uma multiplicidade de “exceções” à lei; dauniversalidade à particularidade do objeto a que um homem extraido corpo de uma mulher. O Nome-do-Pai multiplica-se em tantosnomes quantos forem os suportes à sua função. Em sua últimaapresentação, comparece como maneira de ligar os três registros –real, simbólico, imaginário –, que cada pai realiza como homemem relação a uma mulher e que decorre da maneira particular pelaqual um pai pode suprir uma não relação sexual.

  10. El estructuralismo de Jacques Lacan: análisis comparativo del método de análisis estructural de Lévi-Strauss y el Seminario XXIII de Lacan

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    Durán Vera, Ana; Rojas Betancourt, Rodolfo

    2012-01-01

    La pregunta de cómo está formado o qué constituye un sistema de pensamiento es una de las interrogantes que desde diversas disciplinas, tan dispares como la computación o la biología intentan continuamente responder. Dentro de este campo, lo específicamente humano es aún más esquivo y difícil de aprehender y en la actualidad no existe un acuerdo sobre lo que sería característico en un sistema de pensamiento para considerarse humano o “inteligente”, si es que podemos consider...

  11. Publication des œuvres de Jacques Tits

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    Serre, Jean-Pierre

    2015-01-01

    Jacques Tits, professeur honoraire au Collège de France, a occupé la chaire de « Théorie des groupes » de 1973 à 2000. D’origine belge, il a également enseigné à Bruxelles et à Bonn, avant de prendre la nationalité française en 1974, pour pouvoir être nommé professeur titulaire au Collège de France. Deux publications majeures mettent à l’honneur l’œuvre de Jacques Tits. En novembre 2013, quatre volumes de ses Œuvres ont été publiés par la European Mathematical Society. Ils reproduisent la to...

  12. Et kritisk bidrag til en etisk seksualpædagogik tænkt med teorier af Jacques Lacan, Jean-Luc Marion og Emmanuel Lévinas

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    Secher, Marianne Træbing

    2013-01-01

    , reproduction, sexual health or sexual rights, but rather in line with Freud’s theory of sexuality as part of the unconscious. It influences the way we interact with other people, when we identify with them, and it is that in life which we can’t fully understand. It is always something more than we can imagine...... and virtue. This means, that all people has the right to fulfill their sexual needs in line with their own virtue assuming that the consequences are good for themselves, the people around them and society. The goal of this thesis is to give a more nuanced picture of what sexuality is, and to contribute...... to the discussion with other theories of ethics than that of right, consequences and virtue. The theme is limited to the question: How can we work ethically with sexuality, as a dilemma in the life of people who use the help offered in social psychiatry? In the thesis I suggest that we must understand...

  13. Relaciones y articulaciones entre la clínica estructural y la clínica borromea en la enseñanza de Jacques Lacan

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    Zanassi, Sergio

    2009-01-01

    Los objetivos del presente trabajo son: - Aportar conceptos teóricos en relación a la clínica diferencial Neurosis-Psicosis. - Brindar nuevos signos de estructura y de modalidades de desanudamientos y anudamientos en los registros RSI. - Ofrecer las diversas formas de suplencia que marcan las diferencias entre Neurosis-Psicosis. - Facilitar el diagnóstico, según las nuevas presentaciones sintomáticas y formas de suplencia.

  14. The need for true controversies in psychoanalysis: the debates on Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan in the Rio de la Plata.

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    Bernardi, Ricardo

    2002-08-01

    Controversies are part of the process of scientific knowing. In psychoanalysis, the diversity of theoretical, technical and epistemological positions makes the debate particularly necessary and by the same token difficult. In this paper, the author examines the function of controversies and the obstacles to their development, taking as examples the debates held in the Río de la Plata (Buenos Aires and Montevideo) during the nineteen seventies, when the dominant Kleinian ideas came into contact with Lacanian thought. The author examines different examples of argumentative discourses, using concepts taken from the theory of argumentation. The major difficulties encountered did not hinge on characteristics pertaining to psychoanalytic theories (i.e. the lack of commensurability between them), but on the defensive strategies aimed at keeping each theory's premises safe from the opposing party's arguments. A true debate implies the construction of a shared argumentative field that makes it possible to lay out the different positions and see some interaction between them and is guided by the search for the best argument. When this occurs, controversies promote the discipline's development, even when they fail to reach any consensus.

  15. Las identificaciones en la primera parte de la obra de Lacan (1931-1959 Identifications in the first period of Lacan 's works (1931-1959

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    Roberto Mazzuca

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo responde al objetivo de explorar las particularidades del concepto de identificación a lo largo de la obra de Lacan para registrar sus transformaciones, distinguir las variedades de identificación delimitadas sucesivamente y precisar la originalidad de ese concepto lacaniano definiendo los rasgos que lo diferencian tanto de la concepción de las identificaciones en la obra de Freud como de los posfreudianos. El período de referencia ha sido distribuido en tres tramos: el de los antecedentes (hasta el comienzo de su enseñanza alrededor de 1951, el momento inicial del estructuralismo (cuatro primeros seminarios, y la culminación de esta posición (en los seminarios quinto y sexto. En las conclusiones se destaca las notorias transformaciones del concepto de identificación en este periodo, así como la extensa variedad de tipos de identificación que Lacan introduce en cada uno de esos tramos. También se precisan dos rasgos distintivos en relación con el concepto freudiano.This project intends to explore the specificities of the concept of identification in Lacan's work. It does so by analyzing its transformations, distinguishing the successive types of identification presented by the author, and discussing the relationship with Freud's understanding of identification as well as with the post-Freudian theorists'. The periodization is divided in three stages: the antecedents (before 1951, when Lacan begins to teach, the initial structuralist moment (the first four seminars, and the culmination of this position (in seminars five and six. The conclusion highlights the transformations of the concept during this period, as well as the great variety of types Lacan introduces in each stage. Moreover, two differences with Freud's concept are discussed.

  16. Toward an ethics of psychoanalysis: a critical reading of Lacan's ethics.

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    Kirshner, Lewis A

    2012-12-01

    Lacan's seminar The Ethics of Psychoanalysis (1959-1960) pursues, from a Freudian perspective, a fundamental philosophical question classically addressed by Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics: How is human life best lived and fulfilled? Is there is an ethic of this type intrinsic to psychoanalysis? Lacan placed the problem of desire at the center of his Ethics. His notorious self-authorized freedom from convention and probable crossing of limits (see Roudinesco 1993) may have led mainstream analysts to ignore his admonition: "At every moment we need to know what our effective relationship is to the desire to do good, to the desire to cure" (Lacan 1959-1960, p. 219). This means that the analyst's desire, as well as the patient's, is always in play in his attempt to sustain an ethical position. An examination of Lacan's seminar highlights this link, but also points to a number of unresolved issues. The patient's desire is a complex matter, readily entangled in neurotic compromise, defense, and transference, and the analyst's commitment to it is also problematic because of the inevitable co-presence of his own desire. Lacan suggested that more emphasis be placed in training on the desire of the analyst, but beyond that a proposal is advanced for the institutionalization of a "third" as reviewer and interlocutor in routine analytic practice. Analysis may not be a discipline that can be limited to a dyadic treatment relationship.

  17. Algumas considerações sobre a fantasia em Freud e Lacan

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    Alessandra Fernandes Carreira

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo discute algumas considerações de Freud e Lacan a respeito da fantasia, salientando a sua gênese e função para o sujeito. Para isso, retoma os três tempos da fantasia trazidos por Freud e as duas operações lógicas, que constituem o articulador entre o sujeito e o “objeto a”, presentes no matema da fantasia elaborado por Lacan, a saber: a alienação e a separação.

  18. Zizek com lacan em: kant sem Sade. Liberdade como Reapropriação do Gozo

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    Fernando Facó de Assis Fonseca

    Full Text Available Resumo: Neste artigo, pretendemos trabalhar, a partir de uma leitura de Zizek e Lacan, a perspectiva radical de liberdade como superação da dialética entre a Lei moral kantiana e o gozo sádico. Para isso, procuramos primeiramente mostrar como Lacan articula a relação de Kant com Sade, para, em seguida, pensar como, segundo Zizek, o psicanalista encontra uma saída para o princípio de liberdade kantiana, a partir da ética do desejo puro, o que nos permitirá pensar um Kant sem Sade.

  19. All phallic and non-all: Lacan elaborations about the sexualization

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    Flavia Bonfim

    2014-01-01

    The interest of this paper is to present the theoretical advances made ​​by Lacan from the introduction of a logic around the problem of sexualization, in which he delineated the precise way the masculine and feminine positioning by their mode of enjoyment. It is, then, with his famous sexualization formulas that Lacan teaching articulates the anatomical difference under the two opposing logics (the all-phallic in men and not-all in the women) and too two distinct species of enjoyment (the ph...

  20. Architekten- und Designer-Ehepaar Jacques und Jacqueline Groag

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    Prokop, U. (Ursula)

    2005-01-01

    Diese Arbeit basiert auf dem vom Jubiläumsfond der Österreichischen Nationalbank geförderten Forschungsprojekt Nr. 7726 des Institutes für Kunstgeschichte d. Universität/Wien, unter Leitung von Prof. Dr. Peter Haiko Das Künstlerehepaar Jacques ( *5.2.1892/Olmütz - † 26.1.1962/London) und Jacqueline Groag (recte Hilde Blumberger, *6.4.1903/Prag - †13.1.1986/London) gehört aufgrund des Umstandes, daß sie 1938 als Juden emigrieren mußten, heute zu den vergessenen Vertretern der Wiener Modern...

  1. Jean-Jacques Rousseau gramatólogo

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    Jesús Camarero

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available An analysis about Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s contribution to the theory of writing and the grammatology. This analysis contains a systematic comparison of the rousseaunian ideas about the language and the writing with another theories of the 17th (Arnauld and Lancelot, 18th (Condillac, Paillasson, Jaucourt and 20th centuries (Saussure. The contrast of Rousseau’s ideas to Saussure’s about writing also, allows to make explicit Rousseau’s grammatological ideas’s big importance and his relation with the grammatology (Gelb,Derrida, Harris, exceeding avant la lettre modern linguistics’s phonocentrism.

  2. Chirac : Euroopas ei tohi luua eraldusjooni / Jacques Chirac ; interv. Erkki Bahovski

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    Chirac, Jacques

    2001-01-01

    Intervjuus Prantsusmaa presidendi Jacques Chiraciga käsitletakse EL-i ja NATO laienemist, tööjõu vaba liikumist, Euroopa tuleviku debatti, Euroopa ühise julgeoleku- ja kaitsepoliitika arengusuunda, Prantsusmaa-Eesti suhteid jt. teemasid. Jacques Chiraci eluloolisi andmeid

  3. Love, drive and desire in the works of Freud, Lacan and Proust.

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    Gammelgaard, Judy

    2011-08-01

    Both Freud and Lacan have made love the object of scientific enquiry, which is in itself remarkable, since we usually turn this subject over to literary and philosophical treatment. This article discusses Freud and Lacan's contributions to the psychology of love through dialogue with Marcel Proust's seminal novel, Remembrance of Things Past, with special emphasis on the middle sections. The point of departure is love's manifestation in the analytical situation. Freud has described transference love as both resistance and as an extreme variant of normal falling in love, to which Lacan adds the deceptive character of transference. From transference love the investigation continues to the contradictions Freud has described in Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality as love's affectionate and sensual currents. Lacan contributes the concept of desire, which must be distinguished from drive and love. The differentiation between desire, drive and love introduces the perspective necessary for a psychoanalytic reading of Proust's opus. The main objective is a reading of the protagonists, Albertine and the Baron de Charlus, as representatives of the vicissitudes of love and drive, respectively. Copyright © 2011 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  4. The Mark, the Thing, and the Object: On What Commands Repetition in Freud and Lacan.

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    Van de Vijver, Gertrudis; Bazan, Ariane; Detandt, Sandrine

    2017-01-01

    In Logique du Fantasme, Lacan argues that the compulsion to repeat does not obey the same discharge logic as homeostatic processes. Repetition installs a realm that is categorically different from the one related to homeostatic pleasure seeking, a properly subjective one, one in which the mark "stands for," "takes the place of," what we have ventured to call "an event," and what only in the movement of return, in what Lacan calls a "thinking of repetition," confirms and ever reconfirms this point of no return, which is also a qualitative cut and a structural loss. The kind of "standing for" Lacan intends here with the concept of repetition is certainly not something like an image or a faithful description. No, what Lacan wishes to stress is that this mark is situated at another level, at another place, it is "entstellt," and as such, it is punctually impinging upon the bodily dynamics without rendering the event, without having an external meta-point of view, but cutting across registers according to a logics that is not the homeostatic memory logics. This paper elaborates on this distinction on the basis of a confrontation with what Freud says about the pleasure principle and its beyond in Beyond the Pleasure Principle, and also takes inspiration from Freud's Project for a Scientific Psychology. We argue that Lacan's theory of enjoyment takes up and generalizes what Freud was after in Beyond the Pleasure Principle with the Wiederholungszwang, and pushes Freud's thoughts to a more articulated point: to the point where a subject is considered to speak only when it has allowed the other, through discourse, to have impacted and cut into his bodily pleasure dynamics.

  5. Considerações a respeito do conceito de real em Lacan Las consideraciones con respecto al concepto de real en Lacan Considerations regarding the concept of real in Lacan

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    Wilson Camilo Chaves

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available O presente trabalho visa elucidar a noção de real em Lacan no período que vai dos primeiros escritos ao Seminário, livro III, “As psicoses”, de 1955/1956. A discussão gira em torno das relações entre o imaginário e o real e entre o simbólico, o imaginário e o real. Lacan, primeiramente, atrela o imaginário ao real permeado pelo termo imago, cunhado por Freud. Logo em seguida, privilegia o simbólico e define a experiência psicanalítica como pertencente a esta ordem. No momento anterior,o real da experiência psicanalítica será da ordem do imaginário e nesse segundo instante será da ordem do simbólico. Tem-se aí a famosa tríade simbólico, imaginário e real. Mais à frente, em seu pensamento, o real vai ser definido como o que escapa ao simbólico. Tratar-se-á do impossível da relação sexual.El presente trabajo busca elucidar la noción de Real en Lacan en el período que se extiende de las primeras escrituras al Seminario, libro III," Las psicosis", de 1955/1956. La discusión rueda alrededor de las relaciones Imaginario y Real; Simbólico, Imaginario y Real. Lacan, primeramente, ata el Imaginario al Real penetrado por el término imago, proveniente de Freud. Por consiguiente, poco después, privilegia el Simbólico y define la experiencia psicoanalítica como siendo de este orden. En el momento anterior, el Real de la experiencia psicoanalítica será del orden del Imaginario. En un según momento, el Real de la experiencia analítica será del orden del Simbólico. Hay allí, la triada famosa, Simbólico, Imaginario y Real. Adelante, en su pensamiento, el Real se definirá como lo que escapa del Simbólico. Se tratará del imposible de la relación sexual.The present work seeks to elucidate the notion of Real in Lacan in the period that is going from the first writings to the Seminar, book III, " The psychoses ", of 1955/1956. The discussion rotates around the Imaginary and Real relationships; Symbolic, Imaginary

  6. Sobre a Psicologia Ergonómica de Jacques Leplat

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    Catarina Silva

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available We intend with this article to concisely present the theoretical-methodological conception of ergonomic psychology constructed along various decades by Professor Jacques Leplat. We organized the present synthesis in three parts. In the first part we make a general presentation of the Leplat conceptions about ergonomic psychology and its relation with ergonomics; design the relations and specificities of the psychological analysis of activity and the ergonomic analysis of work; and end with an analysis model, broadly disseminated in the author´s texts. In the second part we focus on two perspectives of activity analysis: analysis focused on the task and analysis focused on its agent, the operator. In the third part we develop the properties, benefits and limitations of similar methods used in this analysis.

  7. Lo imposible de la muerte - de Jacques Derrida

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    Eric Del Búfalo

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Recientemente ha muerto Jacques Derrida. Nos deja su obra y nos deja con un nombre que es más que su obra. Su nombre que, como todo nombre, es el nombre de alguien. Este texto trata de mostrar que el propio nombre de Derrida, ahora un alguien más allá de la vida, es también otra imposibilidad de la ontología y otra desconstrucción de la pretensión del juego metafísico de la presencia y su representación. Tratamos de mostrar aquí cómo este alguien ausente cuestiona, en su imposibilidad, todas las posibilidades de su representación, incluyendo los epitafios del signo

  8. The natural law in the thought of Jacques Maritain

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    Manuel López-Casquete de Prado

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    Full Text Available The importance of the work of the French author Jacques Maritain is beyond doubt. He was one of the initiators of the personalist movement, and had a decisive influence on the Catholic Social Thought from Populorum Progressio (1967; he also inspired the emergence of a large number of Christian-inspired parties. One of the biggest highlights of his career was the participation in the preparatory works of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, sponsored by the UN in 1948. That occasion offered him an extraordinary opportunity to discuss and make living philosophy of his thesis on natural law. This paper offers a critical review of Maritains’s thinking on natural law and analyzes his participation in the UN Declaration, which guarantees the importance of his philosophical development.

  9. [Jacques Lisfranc de Saint-Martin (1787-1847)].

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    Fischer, Louis-Paul

    2005-01-01

    For 22 years Jacques Lisfranc was the famous surgeon at the Hospital La Pitté in Paris. He was born at Saint-Paul-en-Jarez in 1787, a village sited between Saint-Etienne and Lyon. After his Internship in Lyon he became Dupuytren's student in Paris. In his thesis, he described Dupuytren's operation of the removal of the lower jawbone. In 1815 he succeeded in new surgical operations on the shoulder and on the foot. In 1830 he was the first to perform the ablation of rectum's carcinoma and became the most famous gynaecological surgeon. He could not become a professor of the Faculty of Medicine in Paris because of his enmity with Dupuytren. Nevertheless he was only interested in surgery and the care for his patients. On his tomb, one can read his favourite maxim: "Surgery is bright when operating but it is still brighter when there is no blood and mutilation and yet leads to the patient's recovery".

  10. Jacques Pothier. William Faulkner. Essayer de tout dire.

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    André Bleikasten

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Jacques Pothier sait de quoi il parle. De Faulkner il a tout lu — les grands romans de Le Bruit et la fureur à Descends, Moïse, bien sûr, mais aussi les premiers poèmes et les premières proses, les textes encore tâtonnants où s’ébauchait l’oeuvre à venir (Le Faune de marbre, « La Colline », Le Père Abraham, etc. et les romans-palimpsestes de la fin, où la fiction faulknérienne, revenant sur ses propres traces, se relisait en se réécrivant. Et Pothier s’est également intéressé de près au Sud,...

  11. Why did Jacques Monod make the choice of mechanistic determinism?

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    Loison, Laurent

    2015-06-01

    The development of molecular biology placed in the foreground a mechanistic and deterministic conception of the functioning of macromolecules. In this article, I show that this conception was neither obvious, nor necessary. Taking Jacques Monod as a case study, I detail the way he gradually came loose from a statistical understanding of determinism to finally support a mechanistic understanding. The reasons of the choice made by Monod at the beginning of the 1950s can be understood only in the light of the general theoretical schema supported by the concept of mechanistic determinism. This schema articulates three fundamental notions for Monod, namely that of the rigidity of the sequence of the genetic program, that of the intrinsic stability of macromolecules (DNA and proteins), and that of the specificity of molecular interactions. Copyright © 2015 Académie des sciences. Published by Elsevier SAS. All rights reserved.

  12. La hipótesis de los tres registros - simbólico, imaginario, real - en la enseñanza de J. Lacan The three registers hypothesis - symbolic, imaginary, real - in the J. Lacan work

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    Manuel Murillo

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presenta trabajo exploramos algunos interrogantes en torno a lo que llamamos la hipótesis de los tres registros -simbólico, imaginario, real- en la enseñanza de J. Lacan. El objetivo que nos propusimos fue identificar los momentos privilegiados en la enseñanza de Lacan para el abordaje en la temática y describir su hipótesis de los tres registros. De acuerdo a nuestra hipótesis los tres registros constituyen en la enseñanza de Lacan una tesis inédita en el campo del psicoanálisis que implica a la vez un retorno a Freud y una interrogación a Freud. Para este estudio nos hemos servido principalmente de la conferencia que Lacan dictó en 1953 sobre los tres registros, y del seminario 22 de 1974-1975, también dedicado, en gran medida, a los tres registros. Concluimos que los registros son los nombres del padre, a la par que las dimensiones del ser hablante y los fundamentos del discurso y práctica psicoanalíticos.In this paper we explore some questions about what we call the three registers hypothesis -symbolic, imaginary, real- in J. Lacan work. The objective we set was to identify the pivotal moments in the work of Lacan to approach the subject and describe his three records hypothesis. According to our hypothesis, three records are in the work of Lacan an original thesis in the psychoanalysis field, which involves both a return to Freud and an interrogation to Freud. For this study we used mainly the conference that Lacan gave in 1953 on three records, and the seminar 22, 1974-1975, also dedicated largely to the three records. We conclude that the records are the father's names, and at the same time, the speaking being dimensions and psychoanalytic discourse and practice fundaments.

  13. Considerações sobre a escrita lacaniana dos discursos Considerations on the writing of lacan's discourses

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    Júlio Eduardo de Castro

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available A escrita lacaniana dos discursos é composta de elementos (letras, lugares (quadrantes e funções (operadores lógicos. Cada um dos discursos formalizados por Lacan é composto pela distribuição peculiar dessas letras nesses lugares e funções. Lacan estabeleceu, desse modo, uma estrutura própria para cada um dos quatro discursos: o discurso psicanalítico, o discurso do mestre, o discurso histérico e o discurso universitário. Examinamos a construção lógica feita por Lacan - principalmente no Seminário 17, O avesso da psicanálise - para cada um desses discursos, ressaltando suas consistências, aproximações e contrastes. Pretende-se demonstrar como a devida consideração à teoria lacaniana dos discursos pode ser um importante meio de abordagem psicanalítica do sujeito por meio de seu universo discursivo.The writing of Lacan's discourses is made up of elements (letters, places (quadrants and functions (logical operators. Each of these discourses formalized by Lacan is composed by the peculiar distribution of these letters in these places and functions. Lacan established, in this way, his own structure for each of the four discourses: the psychoanalytical discourse, the master discourse, the hysterical discourse and the university discourse. Lacan's logical construction was analyzed - mainly in Seminar 17, The contrary of the Psychoanalysis - for each of these discourses, highlighting their consistencies, approaches and contrasts. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how the appropriate consideration in Lacan's discourses can be an important psychoanalytical approach of the subject by means of its discursive universe.

  14. Consideraciones sobre los "efectos terapéuticos" en S. Freud y J. Lacan Consideration of the therapeutic effects as per S. Freud and J. Lacan

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    Luján Iuale

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente trabajo es describir y delimitar el modo en que Freud y Lacan plantean la cuestión de lo terapéutico en psicoanálisis. Las hipótesis planteadas son: 1 Lo terapéutico en psicoanálisis adquiere su especificidad distinguiéndose de la terapéutica médica; 2 Lo terapéutico en psicoanálisis se descuenta de todo ideal de adaptación; y por ende los efectos terapéuticos no pueden ser delimitados a partir de esta noción; 3. Los efectos terapéuticos en psicoanálisis están estrechamente ligados a los analíticos. La metodología propuesta es la lectura sistemática de textos. Las fuentes utilizadas incluyen la obra de Freud y Lacan, y será a partir de una lectura sistemática de estos autores, que delimitaremos un trazado posible sobre la articulación de lo terapéutico en psicoanálisis. Por último presentaremos un caso para dar cuenta de los efectos terapéuticos.The aim of this study is to describe and to delimit therapeutic cuestion on Freud and Lacan's works. The hypothesis are: 1 In psychoanalysis the therapeutic acquires its specific distinction from medical therapy; 2 In psychoanalysis the therapeutic does not answer to an ideal of adaptation and thus therapeutic effects can not be defined by that notion;3 The therapeutic effects in psychoanalysis are narrowly tied to the analytical ones. The proposed methodology is the systematic reading of texts. The used source fountains include the work of Freud and Lacan, and it will be from a systematic reading of these authors, that we will delimit a possible tracing on the joint of the therapeutic thing in psychoanalysis. Finally we will present a case to realize of the therapeutic effects.

  15. The Mark, the Thing, and the Object: On What Commands Repetition in Freud and Lacan

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    Van de Vijver, Gertrudis; Bazan, Ariane; Detandt, Sandrine

    2017-01-01

    In Logique du Fantasme, Lacan argues that the compulsion to repeat does not obey the same discharge logic as homeostatic processes. Repetition installs a realm that is categorically different from the one related to homeostatic pleasure seeking, a properly subjective one, one in which the mark “stands for,” “takes the place of,” what we have ventured to call “an event,” and what only in the movement of return, in what Lacan calls a “thinking of repetition,” confirms and ever reconfirms this point of no return, which is also a qualitative cut and a structural loss. The kind of “standing for” Lacan intends here with the concept of repetition is certainly not something like an image or a faithful description. No, what Lacan wishes to stress is that this mark is situated at another level, at another place, it is “entstellt,” and as such, it is punctually impinging upon the bodily dynamics without rendering the event, without having an external meta-point of view, but cutting across registers according to a logics that is not the homeostatic memory logics. This paper elaborates on this distinction on the basis of a confrontation with what Freud says about the pleasure principle and its beyond in Beyond the Pleasure Principle, and also takes inspiration from Freud’s Project for a Scientific Psychology. We argue that Lacan’s theory of enjoyment takes up and generalizes what Freud was after in Beyond the Pleasure Principle with the Wiederholungszwang, and pushes Freud’s thoughts to a more articulated point: to the point where a subject is considered to speak only when it has allowed the other, through discourse, to have impacted and cut into his bodily pleasure dynamics. PMID:29312085

  16. Kaks vaadet Ameerikast Jacques Derridale / Märt Väljataga

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    1998-01-01

    Kommentaariks Vikerkaares 1998, nr. 7-8 ilmunud artiklitele: Mark Lilla 'Jacques Derrida poliitika' ja Richard Rorty 'Ironistlikust teooriast privaatsete allusioonideni' (mõlemad tõlkinud Märt Väljataga)

  17. Hippose seminar: Hervé Godignon ja Jacques Verkerk / Raigo Kollom

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    2015-01-01

    Ypäjäl 31. jaanuaril toimunud Soome ratsaspordi liidu Hippos aretusseminarist, kus esinesid Soome takistussõidu koondise treener Hervé Godignon ja KWPN tõuraamatu hindamiskomisjoni esimees Jacques Verkerk, kes tutvustas lineaarset hindamist praktikas

  18. Merleau-Ponty, Lacan e Pessoa: o esfacelamento pulsional da visão

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    Maicon Reus Engler

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo mostra como alguns temas que Merleau-Ponty e Lacan mantêm em comum são tratados poeticamente na Ode Triunfal de Álvaro de Campos (Fernando Pessoa. Trata-se de uma tentativa de exemplificar como a literatura pode expressar a seu modo várias ideias e posições que a filosofia alcança de forma teórica. Apresentamos brevemente os conceitos de Ser Bruto e de Carne, introduzidos por Merleau-Ponty para evitar os dualismos seculares da filosofia. Além disso, esboçamos como ele, em sua obra tardia, discute o visível e o invisível no interior da mesma estratégia de reabilitação da sensibilidade que já encetara em seus primeiros escritos. Em seguida, mostramos como Lacan apropria-se de tais considerações para ressaltar a existência de uma visão, proveniente das coisas mesmas e prenhe de elementos pulsionais, que antecede o olhar do vidente. Para Lacan, o vidente sujeita-se com prazer sacrificial a tal visão e nela aniquila. Por fim, comentamos partes do poema de Pessoa em que se exemplificam os principais pontos em apreço.

  19. Brecht, Hegel, Lacan: Brecht's Theory of Gest and the Problem of the Subject

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    Philip E. Bishop

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    Full Text Available Brecht used the term "gest" to describe the generic components of human social behavior. He schooled actors in "decomposing" real conduct into distinct gestic images, which were criticized, compared, and altered by other actor-spectators. In his pedagogic theater, Brecht's young players engaged in a reciprocal process of acting and observing, which prepared them to act critically outside the theater. This gestic reciprocality echoes the master-slave dialectic in Hegel's Phenomenology and Lacan's description of the mirror phase. In Hegel, a subject achieves mastery (or self-consciousness through the recognition of another subject. In Lacan, the infant recognizes itself in an (alienated mirror-image and in its dramatic interactions with other infants. In each of these inter-subjective dialectics, the subject achieves sovereignty through the recognition of others and through a dramatic exchange with others. For Brecht, however, the structural roles of actor and spectator, teacher and student, were reversible, thus yielding a utopian notion of shared or collective sovereignty that is absent from Lacan. Furthermore, Brecht hoped that the sovereignty gained in the gestic theater would be transferred to actions outside the theater, on the stage of history.

  20. Consideraciones sobre la verdad. Heidegger y Lacan, un encuentro imposible en los tiempos de la Alethosfera

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    Juan Carlos Suzunaga Quintana

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    Full Text Available Si se trata de un encuentro, este es posible en el campo del tratamiento de lo real, allí donde tanto Lacan como Heidegger introducen un límite al campo abierto por Descartes, sostenido en la lógica de la consciencia y la razón y, de una manera mucho más radical, en la lógica del objeto, por parte de la ciencia y la técnica moderna. Tanto las elaboraciones de Heidegger a propósito del olvido del ser en la modernidad, como las de Lacan en relación con la forclusión del sujeto por parte de la ciencia, se orientan a introducir, mediante lo singular, una hendidura en la noción de verdad de la época. El artículo tratará, a manera de introducción, las elaboraciones sobre la verdad en Heidegger y en Lacan, de cara a la consumación del ideario cartesiano.

  1. Pedagical enlightenment and natural education in Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Cristiano Eduardo Wendt

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available The essay discusses the importance of Jean-Jacques Rousseau for modern pedagogy, by being grounded on his philosophical-pedagogical work Émile or On Education. It seeks to present the meaning of pedagogical enlightenment as well as the concept of natural education, and the two great novelties brought by Rousseau to the educational realm, i.e., the concept of infancy and of education. In this perspective, it analyzes the three main interpretations to which Rousseau’s enlightenment was submitted along history: As an optimist of reason, primitivist and dialectician of reason. Assuming the Genevan’s thought as a defender of a dialectics of reason, the essay seeks to reflect the unfolding which every concept provokes to its project of natural education and how it reflects in the cognitive and moral development of the infants. At last it deals with the presentation of two innovations which Rousseau brings to the realm of education, the first one which deals with the concept of infancy, and the second one which deals with the pedagogical concept as a whole, by considering the phases of biological, cognitive and moral maturing, where each child is encountered.

  2. Transcendence, Taxis, Trust: Richard Kearney and Jacques Derrida

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    Ulrich Schmiedel

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available Whatever else it takes to drive a taxi, it takes trust. Day after day, the driver has to decide whether the other is or is not trustworthy. I take the taxi as a test case to analyze and assess Richard Kearney’s diacritical hermeneutics of the other. I argue that Kearney functionalizes the concept of transcendence in order to connect the transcendence of the finite other to the transcendence of the infinite other. However, in his central critique of the deconstructionists following Jacques Derrida, Kearney counters his connection. While Kearney’s critique of Derrida’s account of absolute alterity is correct and compelling, I argue that Derrida’s critique of a distinction between the trustworthy other and the non-trustworthy other might be more crucial than Kearney contends. Insisting on openness to the other’s otherness, Derrida provokes any hermeneutic of the other to trust in transcendence. The taxi is taken as a test to illustrate the implications which diacritical and deconstructive drivers might have for evaluating the entanglement of ethics and eschatology—inside and outside the taxi.

  3. Enzymatic cybernetics: an unpublished work by Jacques Monod.

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    Gayon, Jean

    2015-06-01

    In 1959, Jacques Monod wrote a manuscript entitled Cybernétique enzymatique [Enzymatic cybernetics]. Never published, this unpublished manuscript presents a synthesis of how Monod interpreted enzymatic adaptation just before the publication of the famous papers of the 1960s on the operon. In addition, Monod offers an example of a philosophy of biology immersed in scientific investigation. Monod's philosophical thoughts are classified into two categories, methodological and ontological. On the methodological side, Monod explicitly hints at his preferences regarding the scientific method in general: hypothetical-deductive method, and use of theoretical models. He also makes heuristic proposals regarding molecular biology: the need to analyse the phenomena in question at the level of individual cells, and the dual aspect of all biological explanation, functional and evolutionary. Ontological issues deal with the notions of information and genetic determinism, "cellular memory", the irrelevance of the notion of "living matter", and the usefulness of a cybernetic comprehension of molecular biology. Copyright © 2015 Académie des sciences. Published by Elsevier SAS. All rights reserved.

  4. Law, Justice and Responsibility in the Philosophy of Jacques Derrida

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    J Jahangiri

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available The works written in Persian about Jacques Derrida or the works translated into Persian about and from him have concentrated on Derrida’s aesthetic tendencies and forgotten his political philosophy and thought. But, we should know that his political philosophy and thought are so rich and working on them is necessary for our philosophical communities. In English-speaking world, it is for a decade that Derrida’s political thought has attracted writers’ and scholars’ attention. The works written in this period have concentrated independently on Derrida’s political philosophy and thought or have ‘politicized’ his aesthetic concepts. In this essay, we are trying to investigate the concepts of law, justice and responsibility in the philosophy of Derrida. First, we will clarify the distinctions between law and justice. For doing so, we will pay attention to Derridean concept of ‘deconstruction’. For Derrida, as we will see, law is ‘deconstructible’ and justice is ‘undeconstructible’. Second, we will investigate the relations between law, justice and responsibility. We will conclude that justice, contrary to law, does not prevent us from taking responsibility.

  5. Law, Justice and Responsibility in the Philosophy of Jacques Derrida

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    J Jahangiri

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available The works written in Persian about Jacques Derrida or the works translated into Persian about and from him have concentrated on Derrida’s aesthetic tendencies and forgotten his political philosophy and thought. But, we should know that his political philosophy and thought are so rich and working on them is necessary for our philosophical communities. In English-speaking world, it is for a decade that Derrida’s political thought has attracted writers’ and scholars’ attention. The works written in this period have concentrated independently on Derrida’s political philosophy and thought or have ‘politicized’ his aesthetic concepts. In this essay, we are trying to investigate the concepts of law, justice and responsibility in the philosophy of Derrida. First, we will clarify the distinctions between law and justice. For doing so, we will pay attention to Derridean concept of ‘deconstruction’. For Derrida, as we will see, law is ‘deconstructible’ and justice is ‘undeconstructible’. Second, we will investigate the relations between law, justice and responsibility. We will conclude that justice, contrary to law, does not prevent us from taking responsibility.

  6. Considerações sobre eu e o corpo em Lacan Some considerations about the moi and the body in Lacan

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    Michele Cukiert

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available O artigo trata da problemática do eu e do corpo em Lacan, articulados a partir de sua releitura do texto freudiano. Aponta como o autor, interrogando-se sobre a gênese do eu, retoma conceitos freudianos fundamentais tais como ego, identificação e narcisismo. Dessa forma, por meio da elaboração do registro do Imaginário e do esquema conceitual proposto pelo estádio do espelho, afirma a importância da imagem do corpo próprio na formação do eu, marcando também o desconhecimento e a alienação como constitutivos do eu. Indica como as noções de eu e de corpo sofrem transformações correlativas às retificações que Lacan opera em sua teoria, articulando-se também ao Simbólico e ao Real. Assim, no interior do campo psicanalítico delimitado pelo autor, o corpo pode ser pensado e estudado a partir de sua concepção dos três registros fundamentais: do ponto de vista do Imaginário, o corpo como imagem, do ponto de vista do Simbólico, o corpo marcado pelo significante, e do ponto de vista do Real, o corpo como sinônimo de gozo. Retoma a novidade freudiana acerca da corporeidade, afirmando que o corpo em Psicanálise não se reduz ao campo da Biologia. Finalmente, discute de que forma a teoria lacaniana possibilita repensar essa problemática a partir da linguagem.This article covers the issue of the moi and the body in Lacan, based on his re-reading of Freudian texts. It indicates how the author, questioning the constitution of the moi, goes back to Freudian fundamental concepts such as ego, identification and narcissism. In this way, through the elaboration of the Imaginary level and the proposed conceptual scheme of the mirror stage, it assures the importance of the image of the body in the formation of the moi, making also the unknown and the alienation as constituents of the moi. It indicates how the notions of the moi and the body suffer correlative transformations by the rectifications in Lacan's theory, as do the Symbolic

  7. Notas sobre uma ontologia em Lacan: um diálogo com Heidegger

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    Patricia de Campos Moura

    Full Text Available Resumo Este estudo busca discutir a questão de uma possível ontologia na obra de Lacan a partir de seu estatuto do inconsciente ético de 1964. Procura-se estabelecer relações entre os conceitos lacanianos de inconsciente, ética e tempo e, através deles, dialogar com a concepção de temporalidade em Heidegger, a fim de demonstrar que o inconsciente lacaniano não é ético apenas por sua natureza linguística, mas também pela ontológica.

  8. Mirror for the other: problem of the self in continental philosophy (from Hegel to Lacan).

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    Gasparyan, Diana

    2014-03-01

    This essay intends to explore the genesis of one of the key concepts in continental philosophy of personalism-the concept of the 'Other. It attempts to use most influential philosophical and psychological contexts to demonstrate how the Self is linked to the Other logically, notionally and conceptually. The present analysis employs two principal approaches to the problem-philosophical and psychological. From the stand point of the former, the key figure of the hereunder discourse is Hegel and his theory, while the later will be represented predominantly by Lacanian ideas. The present article will also discuss major influences of Hegel's philosophical ideas on the Lacan's theory.

  9. SPEECH ACTS, PARAPRAXIS: AN APPROXIMATION BETWEEN THE LINGUISTIC THEORIES OF AUSTIN AND WITTGENSTEIN AND THE PSYCHOANALYSIS OF FREUD AND LACAN

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    CLAUDIO EDUARDO MOURA DE OLIVEIRA

    2012-01-01

    A proposta da presente dissertação é buscar pontos na teoria psicanalítica de Freud e Lacan que contribuam para as filosofias da linguagem de Austin e de Wittgenstein. O sujeito dos atos de fala de Austin é pensado a partir do modelo freudiano dos atos falhos do sujeito do inconsciente, passando-se a levar em conta o conceito psicanalítico de pulsão no que diz respeito à fala como ato do sujeito. O ato de fala é colocado como subordinado às peripécias do que Lacan chamou de Grande Outro, uma ...

  10. ’n Verslag oor die vertaling van dertien Jacques Brel-chansons in Afrikaans

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    B. Odendaal

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available A report on the translation of thirteen Jacques Brel chansons into Afrikaans The authors of this article also translated the thirteen Jacques Brel chansons in question into Afrikaans. A brief explanation of the generic nature of the French chanson and an evaluation of Brel’s stature as a twentieth-century chanson writer are followed by background details and a description of the translation process involved. Since literary quality is a particular characteristic of chanson lyrics, several paragraphs are dedicated to a discussion of the poetic nature of Brel’s songs.

  11. Vanaks jäänud "noor hunt" Jacques Chirac lahkub, mõru maitse suus / Hent Kalmo

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    2007-01-01

    Tagasivaade Prantsusmaa ametist lahkuva presidendi Jacques Chiraci poliitiku-karjäärile. Lisad: Meedia ütleb Chiracile adieu; Jacques Chiraci elu, töö ja lemmikud. Vt. samas: Kaivo Kopli. Mantlipärijad põlgasid ära Chiraci pärandi

  12. Reading Balint group work through Lacan's theory of the four discourses.

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    Van Roy, Kaatje; Marché-Paillé, Anne; Geerardyn, Filip; Vanheule, Stijn

    2016-02-05

    In Balint groups, (para)medical professionals explore difficult interactions with patients by means of case presentations and discussions. As the process of Balint group work is not well understood, this article investigates Balint group meetings by making use of Lacan's theory of the four discourses. Five Balint group case presentations and their subsequent group discussion were studied, resulting in the observation of five crucial aspects of Balint group work. First, Balint group participants brought puzzlement to the group, which is indicative of the structural impossibility Lacan situates at the basis of all discourse (1). As for the group discussion, we emphasize 'hysterization' as a crucial process in Balint group work (2), the supporting role of the discourse of the analyst (3) and the centrality of discourse interactions (4). Finally, the potential transformation of the initial puzzlement is discussed (5). We conclude by putting forth the uniqueness of Balint group work as well as the potential usefulness of our analysis as a framework for Balint group leaders and professionals in charge of continuing medical education. © The Author(s) 2016.

  13. La locura en la obra de Lacan: articulaciones con las nociones de cuerpo, manía y sexuación Madness in the Lacan work's: joints with the body, mania and sexuation

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presentan algunos avances del proyecto de investigación P601 (2008-2010: "Variaciones del concepto de locura en la obra de J. Lacan. Su incidencia en el diagnóstico diferencial neurosis-psicosis". Con el objetivo de avanzar en la precisión de la formalización del concepto de locura en la enseñanza de Lacan, su traducción en términos clínicos, y ponderar el modo en que dicha formalización reordena las concepciones de la locura desplegadas anteriormente en la psiquiatría y el psicoanálisis, indagamos aquí la relación de la locura con los conceptos de cuerpo, manía y sexuación.We present in this work the state and forward of the project UBACyT 2008-2010 (P601: "Variations of the concept of madness in the work of J. Lacan. Its incidence in the diagnosis differential neurosis-psychosis". With the goal of specify the formalization of the madness concept in Lacan's work, its translation in clinical terms, and analyse the way in which this formalization reorganizes the previous conceptions of madness developed in psychiatry and psychoanalysis, we investigate here the relation of madness with the concepts of body, mania and sexuation.

  14. A scientist born in amiens : jacques rohault (1620-1672) (French Title: Un savant amiénois : jacques rohault (1620-1672))

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    Le Boeuffle, A.

    2004-12-01

    Jacques Rohault is born in Amiens town at the beginning of the seventeen century. After the Middle Ages, science try to use nex methods and want to abandon Greek's dogmas. Rohault came to Paris to continue his studies and met J.B. Poquelin (Molière). He became a friend an a supporter of René Descartes. He was a very popular scientist. He practised many experiments in public and writed the book La physique to popularize science.

  15. A metafísica do olhar: breve interlocução com Sartre, Merleau-Ponty e Lacan

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    Paulo de Carvalho Ribeiro

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Partindo da constatação de que o olhar do outro tem uma participação destacada nos primeiros momentos da constituição psíquica, propõe-se uma hipótese sobre a imitação do olhar como fator determinante na constituição do eu. Para fundamentar essa hipótese, discutem-se alguns aspectos das teorias de Sartre, Merleau-Ponty e Lacan sobre o olhar, colocando-se em destaque os pontos de aproximação e distanciamento entre eles. Uma compreensão original do olhar como objeto a é apresentada a título de breve interlocução com os autores mencionados.The metaphysics of the gaze: short dialogue with Sartre, Merleau-Ponty and Lacan. Taking as a starting point the important role played by the gaze of the other in early psychic development, this article presents a hypothesis about the imitation of the gaze as a key element in the constitution of the ego. The grounds for this hypothesis are searched for in some aspects of three different theories of the gaze: those of Sartre, Merleau-Ponty and Lacan. The article explores the convergences and disagreements among these authors and proposes, as a form of dialogue with them, an original understanding of Lacan's concept of the gaze as object a.

  16. Can You Hear Me Now? Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Listening Education

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    Laverty, Megan J.

    2011-01-01

    In this essay Megan J. Laverty argues that Jean-Jacques Rousseau's conception of humane communication and his proposal for teaching it have implications for our understanding of the role of listening in education. She develops this argument through a close reading of Rousseau's most substantial work on education, "Emile: Or, On Education". Laverty…

  17. The Meaning of the Global City: Jacques Ellul's Continued Relevance to 21st-Century Urbanism

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    Toly, Noah

    2012-01-01

    Jacques Ellul's book, "The Meaning of the City," widely recognized as one of the most important twentieth century theological reflections on the city, was also one of his most controversial scholarly contributions. Many urbanists interpreted the book as demeaning the city and diminishing the importance of urban policy, planning, design,…

  18. Reconsidering Emancipatory Education: Staging a Conversation between Paulo Freire and Jacques Ranciere

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    Galloway, Sarah

    2012-01-01

    In this essay Sarah Galloway considers emancipation as a purpose for education through examining the theories of Paulo Freire and Jacques Ranciere. Both theorists are concerned with the prospect of distinguishing between education that might socialize people into what is taken to be an inherently oppressive society and education with emancipation…

  19. De gong en de rookberg : intrigerende materie van H.H. ter Balkt en Jacques Hamelink

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    Gerbrandy, Pieter Sjoerd

    2009-01-01

    H.H. ter Balkt (born 1938) and Jacques Hamelink (born 1939) both have reputations, in literary circles, for writing poetry that is fascinating but quite complex. This perceived difficulty stems at least partially from the inclusion of numerous references to literary and historiographical texts, as

  20. On the Interface of Orality and Literacy: The Case of Jacques Fame ...

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    This study seeks to show how the interface of orality and literacy is manifested in Jacques Fame Ndongo's collection of poems titled Espaces de lumière. The notion of interface has been tackled from four different angles, namely, emphasis on celebration, the use of African idioms and indigenous vocabulary, the use of ...

  1. Jacques Monod (1910-1976) and his publications in the "Annales de l'Institut Pasteur".

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    Legout, Sandra

    2010-03-01

    Between 1942 and 1956, Jacques Monod, Nobel Prize winner in Physiology/Medicine, contributed a number of papers to the Annales de l' Institut Pasteur, the ancestor of the journal "Research in Microbiology". Circumstances that led him to publish in the "Annales" are recalled here. Copyright 2010 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.

  2. Clivagem, diferença e dobra na estrutura do humano: Lacan, Apel e Gadamer

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    Santuário, Luiz Carlos

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available A filosofia, sendo um discurso antípodo ao discurso das ciências, no sentido de que não produz um conhecimento sobre particularidades, situa-se a priori no espaço interno de uma clivagem, de uma diferença e de uma dobra onde este discurso e este saber são produzidos e apresentados. Na cena contemporânea três pensadores, Lacan, Apel e Gadamer, tematizam a experiência do humano como ligada estritamente à linguagem enquanto elemento estruturador do humano, na medida em que este é situado no interior do espaço de uma dobra e de uma clivagem

  3. A Odisséia da Imagem: Freud, Lacan e a Arte

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    2011-01-01

    Ousando se aproximar de outras áreas do conhecimento, a psicanálise foi também marcada, como atestam inúmeros ensaios psicanalíticos, pelo alto apreço de Freud e Lacan em relação à arte. Um deles, percorrendo as adjacências entre o discurso freudiano, a teoria lacaniana e o mundo artístico, é considerado neste artigo: O Espaço Imanente (Rio de Janeiro: Imago, 1989). Este livro se aventura pelas longas divagações estético-freudianas, revendo as análises sobre o Moisés de Michelangelo, Leonardo...

  4. La locura y sus versiones en la obra de J. Lacan II: locura y psicosis The madness and his versions in the J. Lacan work's II: madness and psychosis

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo presenta parte de las conclusiones del proyecto de investigación UBACyT P601: "Variaciones del concepto de locura en la obra de J. Lacan. Su incidencia en el diagnóstico diferencial neurosis-psicosis", aprobado y financiado para el período 2008-2010. Se aborda especialmente la cuestión problemática de su delimitación conceptual en la obra de Lacan, en la cual el término locura es empleado de diversos modos. Esta variedad se plasma en su articulación con distintos conceptos y con problemas clínicos de diversa índole. La presentación conjunta de estos usos permite obtener una visión bastante amplia de las ventajas que trae servirse de alguna de las versiones de la locura que se presentan en la obra de Lacan. En este trabajo se aplican a la articulación locura-psicosis, abordando no sólo la problemática conceptual en juego en lo atinente a alcanzar una definición más precisa de "locura", sino sobre todo el agudo problema clínico que presentan lo que podríamos designar "psicosis enloquecidas".This paper presents some of the conclusions of the research project UBACyT P601: "Variations of the concept of madness in the work of J. Lacan. Its incidence in the differential diagnosis neurosis psychosis ", approved and funded for the period 2008-2010. It especially addresses the problematic issue of its conceptual delimitation in the Lacan work, in which the term "madness" is used in several senses. This variety is reflected in its theoretical concept articulation and several clinical issues. The whole presentation of these work allows a wider vision of the benefits that brings to use any of the versions of "madness" concept that arise in the work of Lacan. This work apply to the madness-psychosis articulation, addressing not only the conceptual issues, but also achieving a more precise definition of "madness"; and above of all it takes the big clinical problem in what we might call "mad psychosis".

  5. La locura y sus versiones en la obra de J. Lacan: I: locura y neurosis The madness and his versions in the J. Lacan work's: I: madness and neurosis

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo presenta parte de las conclusiones del proyecto de investigación UBACyT P601: "Variaciones del concepto de locura en la obra de J. Lacan. Su incidencia en el diagnóstico diferencial neurosis-psicosis", aprobado y financiado para el período 2008-2010. Se aborda especialmente la cuestión problemática de su delimitación conceptual en la obra de Lacan, en la cual el término locura es empleado de diversos modos. Esta variedad se plasma en su articulación con distintos conceptos y con problemas clínicos de diversa índole. La presentación conjunta de estos usos permite obtener una visión bastante amplia de las ventajas que trae servirse de alguna de las versiones de la locura que se presentan en la obra de Lacan. En este trabajo se aplican a la articulación locura-neurosis, abordando no sólo la problemática conceptual en juego en lo atinente a alcanzar una definición más precisa de "locura", sino sobre todo el agudo problema clínico que presentan lo que podríamos designar "neurosis enloquecidas".This paper presents some of the conclusions of the research project UBACyT P601: "Variations of the concept of madness in the work of J. Lacan. Its incidence in the differential diagnosis neurosis psychosis ", approved and funded for the period 2008-2010. It especially addresses the problematic issue of its conceptual delimitation in the Lacan work, in which the term "madness" is used in several senses. This variety is reflected in its theoretical concept articulation and several clinical issues. The whole presentation of these work allows a wider vision of the benefits that brings to use any of the versions of "madness" concept that arise in the work of Lacan. This work apply to the madness-neurosis articulation, addressing not only the conceptual issues, but also achieving a more precise definition of "madness"; and above of all it takes the big clinical problem in what we might call "mad neurosis".

  6. A Odisséia da Imagem: Freud, Lacan e a Arte

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    Sergio Sklar

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Ousando se aproximar de outras áreas do conhecimento, a psicanálise foi também marcada, como atestam inúmeros ensaios psicanalíticos, pelo alto apreço de Freud e Lacan em relação à arte. Um deles, percorrendo as adjacências entre o discurso freudiano, a teoria lacaniana e o mundo artístico, é considerado neste artigo: O Espaço Imanente (Rio de Janeiro: Imago, 1989. Este livro se aventura pelas longas divagações estético-freudianas, revendo as análises sobre o Moisés de Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci e a Gradiva de W.Jensen e os comentários de Lacan sobre o quadro de Hans Holbein, Os Embaixadores. Delas, rediscute a concepção de uma psicanálise da arte em torno da cisão entre o concreto, visível ou “externo” (o que existe concretamente na escultura de Michelangelo, na pintura de Da Vinci, no delírio do protagonista de Jensen, no quadro de Holbein, e o mental ou “interno” (o que torna a realidade pensada ou representada. Na contramarcha desta posição, assinala como o externo torna-se, também, condição para que o artista possa criar “internamente”. Insólito na leitura psicanalítica que sustenta, este ensaio agrega ao ar de liberdade que insufla a criação do artista diante de sua obra, traduzindo um aparente rompimento ou descompromisso dos conteúdos artísticos com qualquer ocorrência concreta, a organização física ou imanente dos objetos que se encontram na realidade.

  7. Ensaio de Pedagogia Comparada: Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) X Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) (Essay on Compared Pedagogy: Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) X Immanuel Kant (1724-1804).

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    Fontanella, Francisco Cock

    2000-01-01

    Finds that, although the thought of Jean Jacques Rousseau is frequently cited as an influence on Immanuel Kant, this has no basis regarding pedagogical influence. Compares the "Projecto" and "Emilio" of Rousseau with Kant's "Pedagogia." (BT)

  8. Le Cyrano de Bergerac de Jacques Prévot

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    Madeleine Alcover

    2012-04-01

    que, pour éviter au roman de Cyrano une autre censure embarrassante et onéreuse, les « publicateurs » (Le Bret, Charles de Sercy, Jean de Cuigy et peut-être le dédicataire Regnault des Boisclairs ont très probablement eux-mêmes coupé et révisé le texte. La plume de Le Bret se trahit partout, avec sa pléthore de « de sorte que », et une variante de 1657, qu’une minute de notaire (vive l’interdisciplinarité ! permet de dater de 1656, se révèle donc posthume. Autre réseau, mais un peu le même, grâce auquel la vie de Cyrano et celle de ses œuvres se matérialisent et s’étoffent. Une analyse méticuleuse des manuscrits aurait peut-être permis au critique d’y voir clair : la nature composite du texte de 1657, que Prévot a attestée malgré lui, relance la question de la véracité de Le Bret en ce qui concerne sa mission de publier le roman. Mais tout cela passe inaperçu et le recours répétitif à « un » censeur imaginaire permet au critique de tout et de ne rien expliquer. Pour finir sont brièvement rappelées ici deux fausses attributions, répétées depuis 1978 : la substitution d’un personnage du roman qui fait dire à un adolescent tout le discours d’un professeur d’académie sur l’atomisme matérialiste et athée, et l’attribution à Cyrano de sept mazarinades de 1649 que Prévot continue à soutenir, bien qu’un test linguistique, inspiré par les travaux de Harold Love, ait démontré en 2004 l’invraisemblance de ces attributions. Mais Prévot ne le mentionne pas : soit on ignore soit on met sous le boisseau…In his last book on Cyrano’s life and works, Jacques Prévot mainly repeats his 1977-1978 doctoral thesis. As far as biography is concerned, important components, particularly two related to religion and to the army, are ignored or underevaluated. The discovery of Cyrano’s maternal genealogy has revealed, in 2000, a milieu of very pious people, some of which were influent in the Compagnie du

  9. POST-STRUCTURAL RELATIONAL ETHICS OF TEACHER-STUDENT: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF JACQUES DERRIDA AND LUCE IRIGARAY

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    2016-01-01

    .... Based on the conception of difference of the French post-structural philosopher, Jacques Derrida, and the Belgian psychoanalytic thinker and feminist, Luce Irigaray, I suggest the relational ethics...

  10. Critique and cure: a dream of uniting psychoanalysis and philosophy.

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    Webster, Jamieson

    2013-06-01

    Critical theory, whose aim was to historicize philosophy through integrating it with the social sciences, turned to psychoanalysis to find its way through an accounting of philosophy after the Second World War. Over 50 years after this initial project, the rift between philosophy and psychoanalysis has never been greater. If Jacques Lacan could be considered one of the few psychoanalysts to maintain and foster links to philosophical thought in the latter half of the 20th century, his work has sadly remained marginal in the clinical field throughout America and Europe. Both critical theory and Lacan remain skeptical of the direction taken by psychoanalysis after Freud. Reflecting on the history of these two disciplines, as well as through an examination of Theodor Adorno's posthumously published dream journal, critique and cure emerge as two dialectically intertwined themes that gain momentum in the dream of the unification of the philosophical and psychoanalytic projects.

  11. Cardinal Henri De Lubac, Jacques Maritain, Correspondance et rencontres. Tome L.

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    2014-01-01

    La publication des œuvres complètes du cardinal Henri de Lubac suit son bonhomme de chemin. Elle prend ici la forme de l’édition de 17 lettres échangées entre le jésuite et Jacques Maritain (p. 43-80). Celle-ci est encadrée en ouverture d’une courte préface du cardinal archevêque de Lyon Philippe Barbarin (p. 9-12) et d’une longue introduction du fr. Jean-Miguel Garrigues, « Jacques Maritain et Henri de Lubac : distance, convergences et rapprochement » (p. 13-42, parue précédemment dans la Re...

  12. Jacques Monod, 1910-1976: his life, his work and his commitments.

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    Ullmann, Agnes

    2010-03-01

    Even today, the concepts developed by Jacques Monod during the course of his career remain at the core of modern biology. Looking back, Jacques Monod stands out as one of the giants who most strongly marked twentieth century science. He was endowed with intelligence, rigor, creativity, a relentless sense of deductive reasoning and a love of scientific elegance. His name will remain intimately associated with the birth, development and triumph of molecular biology. He was not only a brilliant scientist, but along with that he was a generous laboratory director who gave selflessly to his many students and co-workers. Yet in our minds, he will also remain a man with a profound moral commitment to any cause which he felt just. He was a true humanist. Copyright 2010 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.

  13. SOCIEDAD Y IDEOLOGÍA DESDE LACAN Y ALTHUSSER: UNA PROPUESTA DE PSICOLOGÍA CRÍTICA

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    Edgar Miguel Juárez-Salazar

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available ResumenEl presente trabajo busca primeramente indagar la teoría de Lacan respecto de la sociedad como significante y como estructura significante para posteriormente encontrar puntos de anclaje con la noción de ideología planteada por Louis Althusser y, de tal suerte, tratar de elucidar ambas ideas como una forma de crítica a las cuestiones de orden social y de la ideología dominante. Ambos conceptos juegan una función de amalgama dentro de los entramados simbólico e imaginario que sin lugar a dudas inciden dentro de las prácticas cotidianas y comunes de los sujetos dentro de un entorno social. La coyuntura entre la propuesta de Althusser y Lacan sugiere entonces una búsqueda que permita introducir nuevas conceptualizaciones de resistencia crítica más allá de las posiciones clínicas de Lacan y en relación con las propuestas marxistas de Althusser.

  14. Ética da psicanálise e modalidades de gozo: considerações sobre o Seminário 7 e o Seminário 20 de Jacques Lacan

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    Fábio Santos Bispo; Luis Flávio Silva Couto

    2011-01-01

    Este artigo busca apontar um deslocamento na concepção lacaniana sobre a ética, a partir de uma comparação entre as perspectivas do Seminário, livro 7 - a ética da psicanálise e do Seminário, livro 20 - mais, ainda. Enquanto a primeira perspectiva privilegiaria a organização de uma lei simbólica, cuja ultrapassagem culminaria na concepção do gozo impossível de das Ding, a última destacaria o gozo do corpo como não-todo organizado pelo simbólico. Passa-se, assim, de uma ética da transgressão, ...

  15. Lacan Frames Scorsese’s Paintings in The Age of Innocence

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    Farca Paula Anca

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This article, which brings together film, psychoanalysis, literature, and art, focuses on the role of paintings in Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence (1993. Scorsese conveys the imprisonment of New York aristocrats within the framework of social conventions and their evasions of social restrictions through his employment of paintings. Because the protagonists’ emotions are not revealed often, the director communicates their dramas and actions with the help of the paintings they own or appear next to. The paintings operate as Jacques Lacan’s Other, an entity that watches over the characters to make sure they conform to its selfperpetuating rules. Scorsese’s use of paintings shows that the characters perform for the Other and seek to maintain the status quo. While most characters perform within a Lacanian symbolic order, their different responses to a variety of paintings underscore the flexibility of the symbolic order.

  16. Klein and Lacan meet 21st century schizoid man: fairy stories for the modern era.

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    Charles, Marilyn

    2014-09-01

    Melanie Klein invited us into the phenomenology of the schizoid dilemma through her depictions of the paranoid-schizoid position. By inserting his recursive arrows, Bion extended this conceptualization, showing us the folly of believing that we can ever entirely move beyond the frightening fantasies and realities of social exclusion and isolation. The 21st century has brought, along with the explosion of technology, an expulsion from the social order of many children who have found refuge from isolation and humiliation in the more accessible and less terrifying world of media and technological invention. What may look like narcissism can mask a terrible underlying schizoid failure to enter into the human race. This is the realm of fantasy run amok, where desire becomes alien and alienated such that one is haunted and hunted down by its very possibility. In this universe, conceptualizations from Klein, Bion, and Lacan help us to locate the individual who has become caught in a massive psychic retreat such that there is no subject because there are no objects. To illustrate, I describe my work with a young man who is living in a terrible "zombie zone" where people are not real and therefore are incomprehensible and terribly dangerous. The poignancy of his dilemma is heartbreaking. Perhaps that is one lesson we can still take from our old fairy tales: when one's heart can be broken by another's plight, then comes the possibility of a healing, an entry through that piercing of what had been impenetrable.

  17. A metasynthesis of published case studies through Lacan's L-schema: Transference in perversion.

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    Willemsen, Jochem; Inslegers, Ruth; Meganck, Reitske; Geerardyn, Filip; Desmet, Mattias; Vanheule, Stijn

    2015-06-01

    Transference in perversion is characterized by specific problems such as a defiant and polemic attitude, erotic transference, projections, and aggression. Such transference poses particular problems in the treatment of perversion and might render analytical work with these patients impossible. The authors propose that Lacan's L-schema can contribute to separating productive from counterproductive aspects of transference as it distinguishes between an Imaginary and a Symbolic dimension in transference. In this meta-synthesis of 11 published case studies on sexual perversion, patterns of transference are analysed. On the Imaginary dimension, the authors found that patients with perversion tend to (un)consciously engage the analyst in a relationship characterized by identification, fusion and rivalry. On the Symbolic dimension, they found that perverse patients are able to question their motives, lapses, symptoms, and subjective identity. The thematic analysis revealed the importance of the position of the analyst in this work, which is described within the L-schema as being the representative of the otherness in the Other. Implications for clinical practice and recommendations for further research are outlined. Copyright © 2014 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  18. Teoria e clínica psicanalítica da psicose em Freud e Lacan

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    Tania Coelho dos Santos

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Vamos demonstrar que o tema da psicose é tratado por Freud, tanto clínica quanto teoricamente, com base em sua prática com as neuroses - tendo como pilar conceitual o mecanismo do recalque (Verdrängung. A segunda tópica do funcionamento mental e os desdobramentos da teoria do narcisismo permitem um passo adiante na concepção freudiana da psicose. A diferença estrutural determinante entre as psicoses e as neuroses de transferência é formalizada por Freud em 1924. O paradigma do recalque e suas modalidades de defesa são finalmente abandonados como modelo elucidativo dos fenômenos psicóticos. Seu mecanismo específico será redefinido como rejeição (Verwerfung. Lacan nomeia esse mecanismo como foraclusão do Nome-do-Pai, cuja falta explica a ausência do sujeito da enunciação. Na ausência deste mediador simbólico, a diferença sexual não se ordena sob a rubrica da lógica fálica e do complexo de castração.

  19. Poéticas del intruso. Jacques Rancière, lector de Mallarmé

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    Alberto Bejarano

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    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza el significado de la figura del poeta como “intruso” en la obra de Stéphane Mallarmé, tal como es estudiada por el filósofo y ensayista francés Jacques Rancière en La política de la sirena y La palabra muda. Nuestra intención apunta a mostrar otras definiciones del rol del poeta y del espacio literario en uno de los creadores más destacados del arte contemporáneo.

  20. Jacques Andrieu, Psychologie de Mao Tsé-toung (The Psychology of Mao Tse-Tung)

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    A common thread of agressive paranoia runs through the psychology of dictators, a thread associated in the period of their physical and intellectual decline with the loss of a sense of reality that produces the worst kinds of disasters. It had been known, especially since the publication of Dr Li Zhisui's memoirs, that Mao was no exception to the rule. But the work by Jacques Andrieu, Psychologie de Mao Tse-Tung (The Psychology of Mao Tse-Tung), has the merit of analysing one peculiarity of t...

  1. Una voz temblorosa: Música y auto-afección en Jacques Derrida

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    Cristóbal Durán

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    El presente artículo busca mostrar que el estatuto de la música en la obra de Jacques Derrida propone una problematización rigurosa de la figura de la auto-afección. Si esta última encuentra en la voz su modelo ejemplar, en tanto espacio en el cual un sí-mismo garantiza la estabilidad de su presencia, la formulación derrideana de la música como experiencia de una apropiación imposible sugiere una reformulación de la voz auto-afectiva. La auto-afección, como posibilidad de una subjetividad, ya...

  2. La Distracción de Sí. Jacques Derrida y la Auto-Afección

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    Cristóbal Durán

    2015-01-01

    En este texto buscamos hacer inteligible el lugar y los derroteros que sigue el concepto de auto-afección en el pensamiento de Jacques Derrida. Dicho concepto se desarrolla a partir de una interpretación de Kant y el problema de la metafísica, de Heidegger. En la elaboración del concepto en Derrida se enfatiza el momento de distancia en el que el sí-mismo no puede reducir al otro, sino que tiene que hacer patente la demora en su propia formación. Esto implicaría considerar que la mismidad que...

  3. DEL INTERCAMBIO A LA DEUDA: CUESTIONES DE ECONOMÍA LIBIDINAL A PARTIR DEL ‘DON DE AMOR’ EN LACAN Y SUS REFERENCIAS ANTROPOLÓGICAS

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    Manuel Coloma Arenas

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available The well- known mention of Levi-Strauss as Lacan´s exclusive reference to the debate about the gift of love is questionable when considering the details surrounding the production of the famous statement “giving what one does not have”. The exchange and its laws do not seem to be the only tool in Lacan´s conceptual workshop. We aim at contrasting the mechanisms of debt to the exchange laws. We can see then the emergence of an unexpected genealogy that will allow us to get to know the conditions for invention of the objet petit a —a non— interchangeable object.

  4. Science and the applications of science from Louis Pasteur to Jacques Monod.

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    Schwartz, Maxime

    2015-06-01

    Jacques Monod's ideas on the applications of science came within the scope of a long tradition at the Institut Pasteur. Louis Pasteur, whose scientific career was characterized by a permanent come and go between science and its applications, long opposed the idea of getting any income from his research, until the financial needs of the Institut Pasteur made him change his mind. As for Jacques Monod, he remained a fervent supporter of basic science during his whole scientific career. However, once he became director of the Institut Pasteur, he realized that the applications of research had to be developed to support the institute from a financial point of view. Thus, he reorganized the valorization of research in the institute, through an incitation of scientists to develop projects with possible applications, and by creating a company, Institut Pasteur Production, for which he had a factory built, and which was in charge of producing and commercializing the vaccines and reagents stemming from the research at the Institut Pasteur. Copyright © 2015 Académie des sciences. Published by Elsevier SAS. All rights reserved.

  5. Le temps et l’utopie dans l’œuvre de Jacques Brossard Time and Utopia in the Work of Jacques Brossard

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    Amy J. Ransom

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Le cas de Jacques Brossard (1933-2010 est unique parmi les nombreux intellectuels québécois qui se servirent du discours de l’utopie durant la Révolution tranquille et dans les mouvements pour la souveraineté qui la suivirent. Le juriste fut l’auteur de plusieurs études juridico-politiques qui visèrent à démêler le statut du Québec par rapport au Canada en ce qui concerne l’immigration, le territoire et la constitution ; il fut aussi le créateur d’une vaste utopie littéraire, la trilogie en cinq volumes L’oiseau de feu (1989-1997. Après avoir démontré comment la fiction et les études juridico-politiques de Brossard reflètent le contexte sociohistorique de leur création, nous examinons le traitement complexe du temps dans le roman épique et dans les nouvelles de cet auteur. Le traitement non-linéaire du temps dans la théorie marxiste de l’utopie d’Ernst Bloch (1885-1977 nous aide à comprendre comment l’inter-connexion des divers sédiments temporels et l’effacement des frontières entre le passé, le présent et le futur chez Brossard représentent en effet un traitement utopique du temps.Jacques Brossard (1933-2010 presents a unique case among Québec’s intellectuals who drew upon the discourse of utopia during the Quiet Revolution and the subsequent movements for sovereignty. Not only did the jurist author several juridico-political studies examining Québec’s status in relation to Canada regarding immigration, territory and the constitution, he also created a massive literary utopia, the five-volume trilogy L’oiseau de feu (1989-1997. After demonstrating how Brossard’s fiction and non-fiction works reflect the context within which they were developed, this essay examines the complex treatment of time in this author’s epic novel as well as his short fiction. The non-linear treatment of time by Marxist utopian theorist Ernst Bloch (1885-1977 helps us to understand how Brossard’s complex

  6. Merleau-Ponty y el psicoanálisis (de Freud y Lacan: Deseo, inconsciente y lenguaje Merleau-Ponty and Freud and Lacan's psychoanalysis: Desire, unconscious and language

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    Luciano Lutereau

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available De acuerdo con la modificación del punto de vista de Merleau-Ponty respecto del psicoanálisis (entre 1942 y 1945 ubicaremos sus interpretaciones del deseo y la sexualidad freudiana como fundamento de la incorporación del psicoanálisis en la fenomenología merleau-pontyana. En segundo lugar, consideraremos la interpretación merleau-pontyana de la noción de inconsciente, realizada en el transcurso de la década del 50. En la tercera parte del artículo se expondrá una divergencia fundamental entre la interpretación merleau-pontyana del psicoanálisis y el psicoanálisis de Lacan a propósito de la naturaleza del lenguaje, que hace incompatibles sus nociones de deseo e inconsciente.According to the modification of Merleau-Ponty's point of view regarding psychoanalysis (between 1942 and 1945 we will recognize his interpretations of the Freudian desire and sexuality as the groundwork of the incorporation of psychoanalysis into Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology. Secondly, we will consider Merleau Ponty's interpretation of the notion of unconscious, produced in the course of the 50's. Regarding the nature of language, in the third part of the article a fundamental divergence between Merleau Ponty's interpretation of psychoanalysis and Lacan's psychoanalysis will be presented, which makes their notions of desire and unconscious incompatibles.

  7. Vygotsky com Lacan: considerações sobre a formação dos conceitos na adolescência

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    Daniela Teixeira Dutra Viola

    Full Text Available Resumo Este artigo apresenta um exame da relação, apontada por Lacan, entre a maturação do objeto a na puberdade e a formação dos conceitos, com ênfase na interlocução entre esse psicanalista e Vygotsky. Na perspectiva vygotskiana, a entrada no pensamento conceitual só se efetua a partir da maturação pubertária, em virtude das novas funções psíquicas adquiridas nessa fase. Essa concepção corrobora a proposição lacaniana de que as transformações decorrentes do encontro com o objeto na puberdade - tempo lógico em que o sujeito tem que se haver com a falta de uma maneira inédita - proporcionam a assimilação dos conceitos. Considerando que se trata de um debate de fundo que não é evidente no contexto em que aparece na obra de Lacan, propõe-se investigar a finalidade dessa interlocução na elaboração lacaniana sobre a puberdade, que constitui uma importante contribuição à abordagem psicanalítica da adolescência.

  8. Art is going elsewhere: and politics has to catch it : an interview with Jacques Rancière

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    2008-01-01

    The reflections of the French philosopher JacquesRancière shift in between literature, film, pedagogy, historiography, proletarian history and philosophy. He came to prominence when he contributed to Althusser’s 'Lire lecapital' (1965) and, shortly after, published a fervent critique of Althusser -

  9. Jean-Jacques Rousseau on Adult Education and Revolution. Paradigma of Radical, Pedagogical Thought. 2nd Revised Edition.

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    Dame, Frederick William

    This book explores Jean-Jacques Rousseau's educational philosophy, as expressed in his key works, and applies that philosophy to adult education and revolution. The titles and topics of the book's seven chapters are as follows: (1) "L'Invitation: Raison d'Etre" (prelude, statement, significance, the process, assumptions and limitations);…

  10. La Antigona de Lacan. Comentario al apartado "La esencia de la tragedia" del seminario 7, la ética del psicoanálisis. // Lacan`s Antigone: a commentary on the section titled "The essence of tragedy" on seminar 7, the ethics of psychoanalysis.

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    Jorge Iván Jaramillo.

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of the present paper is to show the most important elements in Lacan´s presentation related to the section titled The Essence of Tragedy in his seminar The Ethics of Psychoanalysis, by extracting from it the nodal aspects between ethics and tragedy. This commentary, despite being ruled by the lessons in the above mentioned section, will use Sophocles’ works as a direct reference to find the aspects dealing with tragedy. This is an attempt to set some consequences related to the analytical experience and the statute of the subject and the Other within the frame of the ethics of tragedy. // El presente texto tiene por objetivo mostrar los elementos relevantes de la exposición de Lacan a propósito del apartado intitulado La Esencia de la Tragedia del seminario la Ética del Psicoanálisis, extrayendo de allí los aspectos nodales entre la ética y la tragedia. Dicho comentario, pese a estar reglado por las lecciones que corresponden al apartado en cuestión, tendrán como referencia directa la obra de Sófocles para dar luz a lo correspondiente con la tragedia. Con ello se pretende fijar algunas consecuencias en relación con la experiencia analítica y el estatuto del sujeto y del Otro en el marco de la ética trágica.

  11. Contraposición del concepto de tipo anaclítico de elección de objeto en Freud y Lacan Contrast of the anaclitic object-choice concept in Freud and Lacan

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    Roberto Mazzuca

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo articula el concepto freudiano de elección de objeto de tipo anaclítico con el concepto lacaniano de relación anaclítica, examinando sus relaciones, semejanzas y diferencias. En primer lugar, se delimita el concepto freudiano, se subraya la complejidad de sus relaciones con otros conceptos de la teoría de Freud, y se destaca las dificultades de comprensión en los desarrollos posfreudianos, derivadas de esa complejidad. En segundo lugar, se delimita el concepto lacaniano, o más bien, los dos conceptos de relación anaclítica que Lacan elabora en momentos distantes de su obra. Uno, en el Seminario 4, donde construye ese concepto sobre el eje del erotismo y la intersubjetividad, excluyendo los componentes de las pulsiones yoicas (núcleo del concepto freudiano. Otro, en el Seminario 16, donde la relación anaclítica queda ubicada como característica esencial de la estructura perversa en oposición a la relación narcisista, propia de la neurosis.This work articulates the Freudian concept of Anaclitic Object-Choice with the Lacanian concept of Anaclitic Relation by examining their relations, similarities and differences. First, the Freudian concept is delimited and the complexity of its relations to other concepts of the Freudian theory is highlighted, pointing out the difficulties in understanding post-Freudian developments stemming from such complexity. Secondly, the Lacanian concept is delimited, or rather both concepts of anaclitic relation developed by Lacan in different moments of his work are described. The first concept, presented in Seminar 4, Lacan builds a concept over the eroticism and intersubjectivity axis, excluding the id's drives components (the core of the Freudian concept. The other concept is presented within Seminar 16, where the anaclitic relation is considered an essential characteristic of the perverse structure in opposition to the Narcissistic relationship, which is typical of neurosis.

  12. Jean-Jacques Rousseau's copy of Albrecht von Haller's Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata (1768).

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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau sold his botanical texts to Daniel Malthus (father of Thomas Malthus) about 1775. Two of these are now in the Old Library, Jesus College, Cambridge, but all the rest have long been thought lost. However, a copy of Albrecht von Haller's Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata (1768) in the Lindley Library, Royal Horticultural Society, London, bears Rousseau's name and seems to have been annotated by him. The volume contains the bookplate of Jane Dalton, a cousin to whom Malthus willed "all[his] Botanical Books in which the name of Rousseau is written". Haller was well-known to Rousseau, who while in exile in the Swiss Jura (1763-1765), studied under one of Haller's collaborators, Abraham Gagnebin. Rousseau cited Haller's entry 762 when describing a species of Seseli to the Duchess of Portland.

  13. Entre commandes et parrainages : Jacques Demy et le court métrage

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    Jacques Demy met en scène cinq courts métrages entre 1955 et 1959, avant de profiter de l’élan de la Nouvelle Vague pour diriger Lola (1960) et orienter définitivement sa carrière vers la réalisation de films longs. Il n’envisage pas pour autant le court métrage comme une simple méthode d’apprentissage. Il tient à construire une œuvre personnelle au-delà des impératifs de la commande et de ses limites de cinéaste débutant, et ce dès la réalisation du Sabotier du Val de Loire en 1955. Georges ...

  14. [Jean-Jacques Rosseau the vitalist. The moralization of medical hygiene between diet and ethical food].

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    Menin, Marco

    2012-01-01

    The historiographical prejudice that sees in Jean-Jacques Rousseau an implacable opponent of scientific knowledge has long prevented an objective evaluation of the important influence that medical thought exerted over his philosophy. The aim of this paper is to show not only Rousseau's familiarity with the most important expressions of eighteenth-century medical literature, but also his willingness to incorporate some medical suggestions in his philosophical and literary production. In the first part of this article, I try to show how Rousseau's sensibility theory presupposes precise medical ideals, related to Montpellier School of vitalism. In the second part, I stress how Rousseau's philosophy of alimentation (which has clear anthropological and political implications) can be regarded as a genuine application of an ambition typical of vitalism: to use medical hygiene, also and above all, for moral purpose.

  15. Two Paths to Infinite Thought: Alain Badiou and Jacques Derrida on the Question of the Whole

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    Full Text Available This essay defends an idea that is no longer fashionable: that there is a whole. The motivation for a defense of this notion has nothing to do with intellectual conservatism or a penchant for Hegel. Rather, what we hope to establish is a second path into what Alain Badiou has called the ‘Cantorian Revolution’. In order to open this path we undertake a three-fold task. First, we deconstruct Badiou’s onto-logical project by isolating the suppressed significance of Ernst Zermelo. This point allows us to recover a Cantorian possibility for addressing the infinite as an inconsistent whole. Second, we turn to work by the logician Graham Priest in order to remove the absurdity of discussing true contradictions. Finally, we return to Jacques Derrida’s early work on Husserl in order to chart a phenomenological path to an affirmation of an inconsistent whole. We close, then, with the implications for contemporary philosophy.

  16. Jacques Bénigne Winslow (1669-1760) and the misnomer cavernous sinus.

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    Thakur, Jai Deep; Sonig, Ashish; Khan, Imad Saeed; Connor, David E; Pait, T Glenn; Nanda, Anil

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    Sinus cavernosi, or the cavernous sinus, was coined by Jacques Bénigne Winslow in the 18th century. Among the neurosurgeons and the modern-day neuroanatomists, Winslow is mainly known for erroneously using the term cavernous sinus. As the anatomical understanding of the parasellar space advanced during the next 200 years, it was unclear as to why Winslow compared this space in the brain with that of a male reproductive organ (corpus cavernosum). Our primary objective was to study the historical treatise on anatomy written by Winslow in the 18th century and analyze his anatomical dissections and nomenclature for the parasellar compartment. In addition, his pertinent contributions to neuroscience are highlighted in this vignette. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  17. XVI 'Jacques-Louis Lions' Spanish-French School on Numerical Simulation in Physics and Engineering

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    This book presents lecture notes from the XVI ‘Jacques-Louis Lions’ Spanish-French School on Numerical Simulation in Physics and Engineering, held in Pamplona (Navarra, Spain) in September 2014. The subjects covered include: numerical analysis of isogeometric methods, convolution quadrature for wave simulations, mathematical methods in image processing and computer vision, modeling and optimization techniques in food processes, bio-processes and bio-systems, and GPU computing for numerical simulation. The book is highly recommended to graduate students in Engineering or Science who want to focus on numerical simulation, either as a research topic or in the field of industrial applications. It can also benefit senior researchers and technicians working in industry who are interested in the use of state-of-the-art numerical techniques in the fields addressed here. Moreover, the book can be used as a textbook for master courses in Mathematics, Physics, or Engineering.

  18. El mito de Don Juan en el cine: De Molière a Jacques Weber

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    Full Text Available From its birth in Spain in the 17th century, the myth of Don Juan has been explored through a diversity of genres, approached by numerous artists, from a wide range of perspectives and artistic expressions, interpreted by philosophers and studied by scientists. This article analyzes the modifications that the mythic scenario displays in Jacques Weber’s cinematographic version, taking into account the specific issues related to the shift of language, from literature to cinema, alongside other aspects of similar interest. Furthermore, given the fact that the study case is the result of a film transposition from a particular literary text, in this case Molière’s account of Don Juan, we will analyse, first and foremost, the suitability of the original literary text to the mythic discourse.

    Desde su nacimiento en el siglo XVII español, el mito de Don Juan ha sido vertido en diferentes géneros, abordado por numerosos creadores, desde perspectivas y expresiones artísticas diversas, interpretado por filósofos y estudiado por científicos. Este artículo analiza las modificaciones que el escenario mítico presenta en la versión cinematográfica de Jacques Weber, teniendo en cuenta, además de otras causas de semejante interés, las relacionadas con el cambio de lenguaje: de la literatura al cine. Pero además, como el film estudiado es el resultado de la transposición fílmica de un texto literario particular, en este caso la versión donjuanesca de Molière, se analiza, en primer lugar, la adecuación al discurso mítico del texto literario de partida.

  19. Abismos do reconhecimento: o legado sociofilosófico de Jean-Jacques Rousseau = Abysses of recognition: the sociophilosophical legacy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Full Text Available O texto se ocupa com a questão da interpretação da obra de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, em particular com suas referências sobre a dependência constitutiva em relação aos outros. Vista negativamente na crítica da cultura, mas positivamente nos esboços de um contrato social, o lugar dessa dependência constitutiva da confirmação e estima por parte dos outros está vinculada ao significado dado ao “amor próprio” nos diferentes textos; mas ela abre a possibilidade de interpretar Rousseau como um teórico do reconhecimento. O autor acompanha Rousseau em seu desenvolvimento teórico até o ponto em que ele se tornou consciente das exigências de uma forma sociocontratual, igualitária do reconhecimento mútuo, para depois expor a enorme influência que a ideia bipolar de Rousseau a respeito do reconhecimento social exerceu sobre a teoria social da modernidade: em sua variante negativa, a profunda necessidade dos seres humanos de sobrepujar os respectivos cossujeitos no grau de estima social, reinterpretada por Kant como sendo a força motriz do progresso cultural e social, e em sua variante positiva, o respeito mútuo entre iguais, desenvolvido por Fichte e Hegel na direção de uma teoria do reconhecimento relacionada ao direito e à moralidade. No final, Honneth discute o ceticismo com que Rousseau sempre viu a dependência de outros contida no “amor próprio”, deixando sem solução definitiva a tensão entre a ideia estoica de uma independência pessoal de toda avaliação alheia e a ideia intersubjetivista de uma profunda dependência do outro. (Resumo do editor

  20. El objeto de la angustia: Husserl, Heidegger, Lacan. Una aproximación desde la fenomenología y el psicoanálisis The object of anguish: Husserl, Heidegger, Lacan. An approach through phenomenology and psychoanalysis

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo se propone elucidar el estatuto de la angustia como acto objetivante. Que la angustia es un afecto referido a un objeto es un tema de interés tradicional para el psicoanálisis y fenomenología. Nos proponemos demostrar tres cuestiones: a una lectura de la Quinta de las Investigaciones Lógicas (1900-1 de Husserl revela que todo acto intencional no objetivante exige un acto objetivante del cual obtener su objeto de referencia; b la angustia como afecto sin objeto es el producto de una interpretación habitual de las afirmaciones de Heidegger en ¿Qué es metafísica? (1949, mientras que una lectura más atenta revela un aspecto novedoso respecto del problema del objeto de la angustia; c la necesidad husserliana del objeto en los actos no objetivantes, entre los cuales se encuentra la angustia, se corresponde con la exigencia del objeto resaltada por Lacan en el Seminario X (1962-3 en relación al objeto a.The aim of this paper is to elucidate the character of anguish as an objectifying act. Anguish considered as a mode of affection referred to an object is a subject of traditional research in psychoanalysis and phenomenology. We intend to demonstrate three hypotheses: a reading the Fifth of Husserl's Logical Investigations (1900-1 reveals that all non-objectifying intentional acts need an objectifying act from which to obtain its reference object; b anguish as an objectless affection is the result of a common construal of Heidegger's statements in What is metaphysic? (1949, while a more careful reading reveals an unnoticed aspect regarding the problem of the object of anguish; c the husserlian necessity of an object in non-objectifying acts, to which anguish belongs, corresponds with the need of an object highlighted by Lacan in the Seminar X (1962-3 with regard to the object a.

  1. Vygotsky com Lacan: considerações sobre a formação dos conceitos na adolescência

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    Viola, Daniela Teixeira Dutra

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    Resumo Este artigo apresenta um exame da relação, apontada por Lacan, entre a maturação do objeto a na puberdade e a formação dos conceitos, com ênfase na interlocução entre esse psicanalista e Vygotsky. Na perspectiva vygotskiana, a entrada no pensamento conceitual só se efetua a partir da maturação pubertária, em virtude das novas funções psíquicas adquiridas nessa fase. Essa concepção corrobora a proposição lacaniana de que as transformações decorrentes do encontro com o objeto na puberdad...

  2. Teixeira de Pascoaes e Manoel de Barros não sabem que sabem o que Freud e Lacan descobriram

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    A psicanálise e a arte sempre se atraíram. Freud e Lacan se utilizam muito da literatura, das artes plásticas, da música e do teatro para a ilustração de importantes conceitos psicanalíticos. Esta dissertação tem a intenção de mostrar a relação da psicanálise com a literatura, sobretudo, da psicanálise com a poesia. Através da obra do poeta e escritor português Teixeira de Pascoaes (1877-1952), o principal representante do saudosismo e uma das mais proeminentes figuras da cultura portuguesa d...

  3. Euroopa taassünd pärast sõda / Jürgen Habermas, Jacques Derrida ; tõlk. Mati Sirkel

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    "Tuum-Euroopa" ideest. Euroopa peab heitma vaekausile oma kaalu rahvusvahelisel tasandil ja ÜRO raames, et tasakaalustada USA hegemoniaalset unilateralismi, tõdevad autorid. Vt. samas: Jacques Derrida. Miks ma alla kirjutasin?

  4. Tribute to Dr Jacques Rogge: muscle activity and fatigue during hiking in Olympic dinghy sailing.

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    Bourgois, Jan G; Dumortier, Jasmien; Callewaert, Margot; Celie, Bert; Capelli, Carlo; Sjøgaard, Gisela; De Clercq, Dirk; Boone, Jan

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    'A tribute to Dr J. Rogge' aims to systematically review muscle activity and muscle fatigue during sustained submaximal quasi-isometric knee extension exercise (hiking) related to Olympic dinghy sailing as a tribute to Dr Rogge's merits in the world of sports. Dr Jacques Rogge is not only the former President of the International Olympic Committee, he was also an orthopaedic surgeon and a keen sailor, competing at three Olympic Games. In 1972, in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master in Sports Medicine, he was the first who studied a sailors' muscle activity by means of invasive needle electromyography (EMG) during a specific sailing technique (hiking) on a self-constructed sailing ergometer. Hiking is a bilateral and multi-joint submaximal quasi-isometric movement which dinghy sailors use to optimize boat speed and to prevent the boat from capsizing. Large stresses are generated in the anterior muscles that cross the knee and hip joint, mainly employing the quadriceps at an intensity of 30-40% maximal voluntary contraction (MVC), sometimes exceeding 100% MVC. Better sailing level is partially determined by a lower rate of neuromuscular fatigue during hiking and for ≈60% predicted by a higher maximal isometric quadriceps strength. Although useful in exercise testing, prediction of hiking endurance capacity based on the changes in surface EMG in thigh and trunk muscles during a hiking maintenance task is not reliable. This could probably be explained by the varying exercise intensity and joint angles, and the great number of muscles and joints involved in hiking. Highlights Dr Jacques Rogge, former president of the International Olympic Committee and Olympic Finn sailor, was the first to study muscle activity during sailing using invasive needle EMG to obtain his Master degree in Sports Medicine at the Ghent University. Hiking is a critical bilateral and multi-joint movement during dinghy racing, accounting for >60% of the total upwind leg time

  5. Sobre os limites da interpretação. O debate entre Umberto Eco e Jacques Derrida

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    Full Text Available A proposta do presente trabalho é examinar o debate sobre os limites da atividade interpretativa, tomando por base as propostas do desconstrucionismo de Jacques Derrida e da semiologia de Umberto Eco. Tentaremos mostrar que as discordâncias entre as duas perspectivas poderiam ser suficientemente aplainadas a partir da identificação de um ponto de convergência fornecido pelas idéias de contexto e de compreensão intersubjetiva.

  6. Duality of the Sign Deconstructed. On the Basis of the Works by Jacques Derrida

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    Paulina Kłos

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    Full Text Available This paper is an inquiry into some parts of the project of deconstruction by Jacques Derrida, who deconstructs but also and before all demystifies the traditional metaphysical language, language that is “larded with” dualistic concepts. The most spectacular dualisms in philosophy, which are taken into consideration by Derrida, are for instance: Plato’s theory of Ideas or Kantian Thing-In-Itself and its phenomena. All they belong to the tradition of logocentrism, which, with its consequences in the form of metaphysics of presence, appears in the writings by Derrida as the systematic desire for the transcendental signified; the final ground, the foundation of all signs. Derrida proposes something contrary to the dualisms of logocentrism: he treats the presentation of the thing itself as the re – presentation, as the image, as the double and in result he endorses the substitution of the presence and the simplicity of the intuitive evidence with the multiplication of meaning. In paper is examined also the line of argumentation where Derrida contradicts the main assumptions about the character of the sign made by Ferdinand de Saussure. The objective is to show how is it in Derrida’s writings that “the manifestation of the thing does not reveal a presence of this thing, but [that] it makes it another sign.”

  7. QUAL VIA PARA A ANÁLISE DO DISCURSO?: UMA ENTREVISTA COM JEAN-JACQUES COURTINE

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    Full Text Available O percurso de Jean-Jacques Courtine no campo da Análise do Discurso de linha francesa bem como as contribuições do autor para a teoria já são bastante conhecidos pelos estudiosos do domínio. Como é comum aos grandes pensadores, o pensamento desse estudioso das ciências humanas não permaneceu o mesmo, nem tampouco os espaços pelos quais ele circulou academicamente (França, EUA e, atualmente, Nova Zelândia. De Análise do discurso político: o discurso comunista endereçado aos cristãos à História da Virilidade, muitas problemáticas foram enfrentadas por Courtine. Nesta entrevista inédita, o autor nos fala sobre sua história no campo da Análise do Discurso de linha francesa; sobre os anseios, expectativas e perspectivas comuns aos anos 1960 e que influenciaram a Análise do Discurso; sobre aspectos de sua relação com Michel Pêcheux e os caminhos que seus trabalhos tomaram após os anos 1980. Tudo isso nos leva a refletir sobre a complexidade, a importância e a atualidade do discurso como objeto de investigação.

  8. Jacques Ranciere’nin Siyaset Felsefesi Üzerine Bir Değerlendirme

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    Bu çalışma günümüzün popüler düşünürlerinden biri olarak addedilen Jacques Ranciere‟nin siyaset felsefesine genel bir giriş niteliği taşımaktadır. Bu amaç çerçevesinde, çalışmada Ranciere‟nin siyaset felsefesinin merkezinde yer alan ve ona özgünlüğünü kazandıran „uyuşmazlık‟ kavramı üzerine odaklanılmakta ve yine, onun siyaset felsefesinin belirleyici özelliği olarak gösterilen „siyasetin sonu‟ iddialarına karşı getirdiği eleştiriye değinilmektedir. Bunun yanı sıra, düşünürün siyasal-siyaset ...

  9. The aesthetic ear: sound art, Jacques Rancière and the politics of listening

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    Matthew Mullane

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    Full Text Available If we are to value “sound art” as a worthwhile creative form and a legitimate fragment in the history of art, we must move away from debates of nomenclature and forge ahead to critically examine sound's aesthetic and political potential. Approaching “sound art” as a problematic and unnecessary term, what follows is a simultaneous survey and refutation of recent publications on the topic and an assertion of sound's aesthetics via the theory of French philosopher, Jacques Rancière. Heard through the writings of Rancière, contemporary work in sound breaks out of its exclusive sphere and reveals itself as a vivid commentary on the everyday and a keen activator of “heterogeneous” political elements. Framed by an overview of the details and import of Rancière's recently translated collections is an analysis of four active artists whose work engages the “aesthetic ear” and proves itself to be more than merely sound-for-sound's sake.

  10. „Anführungszeichen“ Anmerkungen zur Literaturtheorie von Jacques Derrida und Paul de Man

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    Full Text Available O artigo tematiza a relevância da teoria desconstrutivista hoje, e, mais precisamente, no contexto da filologia moderna. O autor quer introduzir na teoria da desconstrução por meio de um "gesto elementar", a saber o uso e a análise das aspas, que se observa em alguns textos de Jacques Detrida. As aspas indicam um tratamento específico dos conceitos da tradição metafísica ocidental; os momentos da citação, da distância e da literalidade são importantes também na teoria literária de Paul de Man. O uso crítico, não ideológico dos conceitos desconstrutivistas e dessa "lectio difficilior" fica, na opinião do autor, interessante para a investigação contemporânea dos textos e das interpretações.

  11. La Distracción de Sí. Jacques Derrida y la Auto-Afección

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    Full Text Available En este texto buscamos hacer inteligible el lugar y los derroteros que sigue el concepto de auto-afección en el pensamiento de Jacques Derrida. Dicho concepto se desarrolla a partir de una interpretación de Kant y el problema de la metafísica, de Heidegger. En la elaboración del concepto en Derrida se enfatiza el momento de distancia en el que el sí-mismo no puede reducir al otro, sino que tiene que hacer patente la demora en su propia formación. Esto implicaría considerar que la mismidad que se constituye en la auto-afección no puede ser separada de una hetero-afección, mediante la cual el otro no puede ser objetivado y no es otra cosa que el sí-mismo en su alteración. La forma de dicho espaciamiento que produce la alteración se pone a prueba en la voz y en la estructura del “oírse-hablar”, la que se revela como un espacio polifónico irreductible a una unidad, donde la auto-afección se desune de sí para retornar como aquello que no espera y como aquello que no puede replegarse en un lugar de reunión.

  12. Entretiens Jacques Cordonier, Alain Jacquesson, Jean-Frédéric Jauslin, Hubert Villard

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    Beaucoup d’usages sont tellement ancrés dans nos vies que l’on ne s’interroge guère sur la manière dont ils sont advenus. Les réseaux informatiques, les échanges qu’ils génèrent, semblent aujourd’hui aussi « naturels » aux digital natives que la conversation à distance par téléphones fixes allait de soi il y a cinquante ans. Pour autant que l’on se pose la question, il est difficile d’imaginer qu’un domaine institutionnel, celui des bibliothèques en l’occurrence, ait joué un rôle important dans l’avènement et l’expansion de ces réseaux, au plan suisse voire international, et, par voie de conséquence, dans le développement et la normalisation des échanges intercantonaux. Cela est néanmoins une réalité. Ce livre d’entretiens fait apparaître en quoi Jacques Cordonier, Alain Jacquesson, Jean-Frédéric Jauslin et Hubert Villard, directeurs romands parmi les plus marquants de la fin du 20 e siècle, chacun avec son regard et sa tessiture, dans son canton ou à ...

  13. Articulações entre propostas de Jacques Copeau e de Antonin Artaud para o teatro

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    O presente artigo propõe uma leitura histórica e comparativa entre dois importantes nomes do teatro ocidental do século XX: Jacques Copeau (1879-1949 e Antonin Artaud (1896-1948. Estes dois pensadores e realizadores do teatro francês foram contemporâneos e influenciaram não apenas o teatro de sua época como legaram influências significativas para o teatro que os sucedeu. O texto pontua questões como a visão de ambos sobre o texto dramático, o espaço cênico, o papel do encenador, a preparação do ator e as parcerias de trabalho.

  14. Lacan com Koyré: teoria do sujeito e suas incidências clínicas

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    Cláudia Henschel de Lima

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    Full Text Available Este artículo pretende analizar la importancia de este recurso para la doctrina de la ciencia Alexandre Koyré en la formalización de la teoría lacaniana del sujeto y las razones de una clínica que respondiera al contexto de la época, impulsada por los avances en la bioquímica como herramienta metodológica para abordar del funcionamiento psíquico. La lectura de los escritos y seminarios, situados en el marco de su primera enseñanza y que componen el proyecto de retorno a Freud, el lector de Lacan se enfrenta con las coordenadas necesarias para garantizar la especificidad del psicoanálisis en relación al ideal positivista de la ciencia. A partir de estas consideraciones, éste artículo científico tiene como hipótesis que la doctrina de koyreana justifica el concepto del programa de formalización del inconsciente como una estructura en la primera enseñanza y permite localizar el psicoanálisis en la línea de resistencia al modelo biológico.

  15. ¿Cuáles elementos para la psicosis? El caso de Anders Breivik.

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    Full Text Available The case of the Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Breivik, has created enormous challenges for forensic psychiatry and has also sparked controversy and differences inside this discipline. We therefore propose a different view of this case and present a reading of it from a structural diagnosis coming from the teaching of psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and from the existing material around Breivik’s life, especially from his manifesto 2083: A European Declaration of Independence. Psychosis, from a structural point of view, seems to properly fit both Breivik and the logic that supports it. At the end of the paper we will suggest a diagnosis that in our opinion suits more accurately the actions and intentions of this enigmatic person.

  16. Conservative and revolutionary readings of the categorical imperative: The logic of desire and the logic of drive in Kant’s practical philosophy

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    Selimbegović Ivan

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper will confront two possible conceptions of Imamanuel Kant’s practical philosophy based on two different possible understandings of categorical imperative. The first conception sees the categorical imperative as prescribing a form for the maxime under which a subject is to act if his actions are to be taken as moral. This conception is shown to be conservative as it preserves the existing moral norms of a society. This way of functioning of categorical imperative is shown to be homologuous to the logic of desiare as described by the french psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and as incapable of providing a basis for ascribing responsibility to a subject for his acts. Another conception will be offered as an alternative: on that conception the categorical imeprative prescribes a manner of willing any maxime which is shown to be analoguous to the logic of the death drive. It’s ethical and revolutionary character are elucidated towards the end of the paper.

  17. Films from the Couch: Film Theory and Psychoanalysis

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    Pedro Sangro Colón

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available   Different disciplines have contributed to weaving a theory of psychoanalysis in the cinema: ranging from the loans from anthropology and experimental psychology, to proposals belonging to the specific sphere of film theory, such as Filmology, Text Analysis or Feminist Theory in films. In all cases, the aim is to establish a relationship between the significance structure that governs the cinema and psychology, so as to confirm that the cinema’s system of representation is modelled on our unconscious psychological apparatus, as was explained by the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, among others. The arrival of psychoanalysis in film thought forges the idea that considers the cinema as an auxiliary psychological device capable of making us subjects and submerging us in the emotions in play in the conflicts proposed by any audiovisual story.

  18. Jacques Derrida: The ‘perchance’ of a coming of the otherwoman. The deconstruction of ’phallogocentrism’ from duel to duo / Jacques Derrida: el quizás de un advenimiento de la otra-mujer. La deconstrucción del falogocentrismo del duelo al dúo

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    That the questions surrounding woman, women, gender, or even sexual difference may be found at the heart of Jacques Derrida’s deconstructive work is the signal that they constitute an obstacle within thought concerning the tradition, and hence within the tradition itself. Without opposing an indoors of the “library” to an outdoors of the world that would be heterogeneous, separate, deconstruction as practiced by Jacques Derrida beginning with great texts of the tradition is a reflection upon ...

  19. PARADOXURILE CONCEPŢIEI POLITICE ÎN OPERA LUI JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU

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    Full Text Available Ideile lui Rousseau au avut un impact major asupra societăţii la sfârşitul sec. al XVIII-lea şi pe parcursul întregii perioade a sec. al XIX-lea. Aceste idei au imprimat un suflu modern cugetului său, fiind considerat şi un ideologist politic, o voce puternică a Revoluţiei Franceze şi un pioner al curentului romantic. În legătură cu domeniul nostru de studiu, paradoxurile concepţiei politice ale lui Rousseau se referă la contradicţia dintre aspiraţiile modernităţii şi criticile violente ale progresului social. El pune accentul pe contradicţia dintre încrede-rea deplină în ,,contractul social”, ca pattern cultural şi lipsa de încredere în ,,educaţia socială”. Unicul mod de a depăşi aceste contradicţii este abordarea noului model al filosofiei educaţiei bazat pe reforme radicale pentru a facilita autodezvoltarea individului.   THE PARADOXES OF POLITICAL CONCEPTION IN THE WORK OF JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAUHis ideas have a big impact on the society at the end of the 18th century and the whole 19th century period. These ideas transform his spirit into a modern one, as well as a political ideologist, main voice of the French Revolution and pioneer of the Romantic Movement. Related to our article subject, Rousseau's political conceptual paradoxes refer to the contradiction between moderni-ty aspiration and the violent critic of the social progress. He emphasizes the contradiction between full trust of the "social contract", as a cultural pattern and the distrust of the "social education." The only way to leave the contradictions behind is his new education philosophy pattern based on a radical reform in order for the individual to develop himself.

  20. WE-A-207-00: In Memoriam of Jacques Ovadia - Reinvigorating Scientific Excellence: Electron Beam Therapy - Past, Present and Future

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    The Medical Physics community lost one of its early pioneers in radiation oncology physics, Jacques Ovadia, who passed away in April of 2014 at the age of 90. Jacques received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana in 1951. Subsequently, under the guidance of John Laughlin, he was introduced to the field of Medical Physics. When John moved to Memorial Sloan Kettering, Jacques followed him. There he gained clinical experience and expertise in the then cutting-edge field of high energy electron beam therapy. In 1956, Jacques joined Dr. Erich Uhlmann at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago where one of the country’s first high energy medical linear accelerators had just been installed. During his 35 year tenure, Dr. Ovadia built a strong Medical Physics department that merged in 1984 with that of the University of Chicago. Jacques pioneered the use of high energy electron beams to treat deep seated tumors, multiple-field chest wall irradiation with variable electron energies, and even anticipated the current interest in high energy electron beam grid-therapy. At an early stage, he introduced a simulator, computerized treatment planning and in-house developed record and verify software. He retired in 1990 as Professor emeritus in Radiation and Cellular Biology at the University of Chicago. Dr. Ovadia was an early and strong supporter of AAPM. He was present at the Chicago ROMPS meeting where the decision was made to form an independent professional society for medical physics. He served as AAPM president in 1976. Jacques Ovadia is survived by his wife of 58 years, Florence, their daughter Corinne Graefe and son Marc Ovadia, MD, as well as four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Jacques’ dynamic and ever enthusiastic personality inspired all who collaborated with him. He will be greatly missed.

  1. As três categorias peircianas e os três registros lacanianos The three Peirce’s categories and the three Lacan’s registers

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    Full Text Available A primeira parte deste artigo propõe uma comparação geral entre as categorias fenomonológicas universais de Peirce, primeiridade, secundidade e terceiridade, de um lado, e os três registros lacanianos, também chamados de categorias conceituais da realidade humana, as categorias do imaginário, real e simbólico, de outro lado. A segunda parte avança alguns passos na análise comparativa entre Peirce e Lacan, ao discutir que a lógica da terceira categoria, que é a lógica do signo, pode funcionar como um mapa de orientação para o entendimento das interações complexas que os três registros, imaginário, real e simbólico, mantêm entre si.The first part of this paper proposes a general comparison between Peirce’s three universal phenomenological categories of firstness, secondness, and thirdness on one hand and Lacan’s three registers, also called the conceptual categories of human reality, the categories of the imaginary, the real, and the symbolic on the other hand. The second part develops the comparative analysis between Peirce and Lacan even further, showing that the logic of the third category, which is the logic of the sign, can function as a guiding map towards the understanding of the complex interactions that the three registers, the imaginary, the real, and the simbolic, have with each other.

  2. “Le plat pays” (Jacques Brel poëties besing in Afrikaans – aantekeninge oor ikonisiteit in die oorspronklike en vertaalde chansontekste

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    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available “Le plat pays” (Jacques Brel poetically praised in Afrikaans – notes on iconicity in the original and translated chanson texts The authors of this article translated the well-known chanson about Flanders, “Le plat pays”, into Afrikaans as part of an extensive and ongoing Jacques Brel translation project initiated in 2005. In this analysis of both the original and translated “Le plat pays” lyrics, the marked poetic qualities of Brel’s chanson are laid bare, as are some semantic differences – and the implications for the analysis thereof – between source (original and target (translated texts.

  3. Les relations de la Commision Europeenne Jacques Delors avec l'Association Europeenne de Libre Echange. La creation de l'Espace Economique Europeen

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    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available The subject of this article is the relation between Jacques Delors European Commission and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA during 1985-1995 and the creation of the Economic European Space (EEE. These relations were focused on the economic aspects, due to the fact that Economic European Community and the European Free Trade Association were two opposites economics blocks. The struggle between EEC and EFTA was over during Jacques Delors terms as head of the European Commission with the accession of three EFTA's countries in the EEC. The EEC victory is the consequence of its political implications and not only its economic implications like in the EFTA case.  

  4. Da foraclusão do Nome-do-Pai à foraclusão generalizada: considerações sobre a teoria das psicoses em Lacan

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    Cristine Lacet

    2004-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo tem como objetivo discutir o conceito de psicose em Lacan a partir da evolução do conceito de foraclusão em seu ensino. Trata-se da passagem da idéia de uma foraclusão do Nome do Pai na psicose como algo que, ao mesmo tempo, a particulariza e a diferencia das outras estruturas clínicas, para a proposição de uma foraclusão generalizada, que se estende também à neurose e à perversão

  5. The rise and fall of the autochthonous self: from Italian Renaissance art and Shakespeare to Heidegger, Lacan, and intersubjectivism.

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    2010-01-01

    intersubjectively formed and could be altered fundamentally by focus on intersubjective processes. The author contends that this attitude makes it less likely for the psychoanalyst to focus on the regressive transferences from which derivatives of the private self arise and to grasp the phenomenological whole of the patient.

  6. Auf ein Neues: Ästhetik und Politik: und dazwischen das Spiel: angestoßen durch Jacques Rancière

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    2007-01-01

    Starting from Jacques Rancière we can conceive the relationship between aesthetics and politics anew, like in German idealism, as a unity of contradiction. Rancière connects this relationship with a romantic concept of 'the political'. But irrespective of that he reconstructs it as a 'historical

  7. Political and Aesthetic Equality in the Work of Jacques Rancière: Applying His Writing to Debates in Education and the Arts

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    McDonnell, Jane

    2017-01-01

    This paper draws on insights from Jacques Rancière's writing on politics and aesthetics to offer new perspectives on debates in education and the arts. The paper addresses three debates in turn; the place of contemporary art in schools and gallery education, the role of art in democratic education and the blurring of boundaries between…

  8. Le Corbusier. Croquis de voyage et études ; Jacques Sbriglio. Le Corbusier : habiter

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    2012-01-01

    Parmi les ouvrages parus en France et qui sont venus enrichir pendant l’automne 2009 la bibliographie de synthèse sur Le Corbusier, nous signalons ici l’anthologie des textes de l’architecte, choisis et présentés par Philippe Duboÿ : Le Corbusier, Croquis de voyage et études. S’écartant de la vulgarisation des grandes thématiques de l’architecture de Le Corbusier à travers l’analyse de son œuvre bâtie, dont témoignent des publications récentes comme celle de Jacques Sbriglio, Le Corbusier : h...

  9. POST-STRUCTURAL RELATIONAL ETHICS OF TEACHER-STUDENT: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF JACQUES DERRIDA AND LUCE IRIGARAY

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    Full Text Available This paper explores the ethics of difference and becomingness as the foundation of teacherstudent relationship in contemporary school context. Based on the conception of difference of the French post-structural philosopher, Jacques Derrida, and the Belgian psychoanalytic thinker and feminist, Luce Irigaray, I suggest the relational ethics, which does not efface each student’s uniqueness as a mean to arrive at more inclusive and potentiality-embracing education practice. I problematize the binary discursive structure within the Western philosophical tradition and the resulting closure of potentiality in education. In order to overcome the closure of potentiality, I reviewed the deconstructive strategies of Derrida and Irigaray by examining how they conceptualized difference and the essence of being. Based on their theory, I suggest that teacher and student relationship need to embrace post-structural relational ethics. I conclude by posing the idea of educative space as dwelling for difference and becomingness.

  10. Paysages intérieurs. Les travellings dans quatre courts métrages de Jacques Demy

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    Quatre des courts métrages réalisés dans la deuxième moitié des années 50 par Jacques Demy présentent, entre autres aspects passionnants, la particularité de contenir un nombre important de mouvements de caméra. Parmi ceux-ci, les travellings intriguent, fascinent, tant par leur nombre que par le sens que l’on peut y voir. D’un film à l’autre, on remarque une augmentation du nombre de ces mouvements : quatre dans Le Sabotier du Val de Loire (1955) ; onze dans Le Bel Indifférent (1957), dont i...

  11. Jacques Cauvin, 1998, Naissance de l’agriculture, Paris, CNRS éditions, 302 p.

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    Le préhistorien Jacques Cauvin présente une thèse précise argumentée à partir de ses recherches archéologiques sur la " révolution néolithique ", définie comme le " début des premières manipulations par notre espèce de son milieu naturel " (Cauvin, p.11). Auparavant, l’impact anthropique est limité à celui d’un prédateur, c’est-à-dire des extinctions d’espèces chassées. Pas de gros problème de durabilité pour les premiers chasseurs-cueilleurs, en témoignent tout à la fois la t...

  12. Jacques Cauvin, 1998, Naissance de l’agriculture, Paris, CNRS éditions, 302 p.

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    Full Text Available Le préhistorien Jacques Cauvin présente une thèse précise argumentée à partir de ses recherches archéologiques sur la " révolution néolithique ", définie comme le " début des premières manipulations par notre espèce de son milieu naturel " (Cauvin, p.11. Auparavant, l’impact anthropique est limité à celui d’un prédateur, c’est-à-dire des extinctions d’espèces chassées. Pas de gros problème de durabilité pour les premiers chasseurs-cueilleurs, en témoignent tout à la fois la très longue durée...

  13. Utopia as Politics of Emancipation: Miguel Abensour, Jacques Rancière and the Legacies of Utopian Socialism

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    Federico Tomasello

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Starting from Miguel Abensour’s contribution, the article addresses an interpretation of the concept of utopia aiming to stress its political nature and to place it within the movement of emancipation emerged throughout the nineteenth century. The first part of the article points out four fundamental dimensions of the Abensourian concept of utopia, whilst the second part aims to locate it within the broader context of the French Marxism debates and, in this way, to link it with Jacques Rancière’s thought of utopia. The conclusion provides a critical interpretation of the considered idea of utopia and maps out the political-intellectual environment emerged around that idea in France at the end of the 1990s.

  14. “Quem sabe eu ainda sou uma garotinha?!” Notas sobre a adolescência das meninas, seus sintomas e a relação mãe/filha

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    2015-01-01

    ... at the Núcleo de Estudos da Saúde do Adolescente (Center for the Study of Adolescent Health). To this end, it presents some contemporary psychoanalysts' contributions together with Freud and Lacan's ones...

  15. Dal carnalis concubitus all’heretica pravitate. Sesso, matrimonio ed eresia nel tribunale di Jacques Fournier (1318-1325

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    Irene Bueno

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    Full Text Available Amore, sessualità e matrimonio sono tematiche ricorrenti nei documenti inquisitoriali due-trecenteschi ed entrano con forza nel registro di Jacques Fournier, vescovo-inquisitore di Pamiers (1318-1325. Il significato di questi racconti non si può comprendere senza chiarire quale interesse essi rivestissero agli occhi dell’autorità ecclesiastica: i rapporti adulterini, incestuosi, omosessuali di imputati e imputate sono in effetti mediati dalla figura di Fournier nell’ambito di una corte che sovrappone competenze vescovili e inquisitoriali. Collegando condotte ed affermazioni licenziose alle posizioni antimatrimoniali dei catari, il vescovo stabilisce in sede processuale un nesso fra carnalis concubitus extraconiugale ed heretica pravitate. Ogni trasgressione allo spazio sacro del matrimonio diventa indizio di eresia e contribuisce a disegnare un ritratto dissoluto e vizioso di eretici ed eretiche, funzionale al successo e alla popolarità della repressione.Love, sex, and marriage are recurring themes in inquisition records of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and especially in the register of Jacques Fournier, bishop-inquisitor of Pamiers from 1318 to 1325. The significance of these confessions cannot be  understood without indicating the ecclesiastical authority’s interest: adultery, incest and homosexual relations of the accused are in fact mediated by Fournier within a court that superimposes episcopal and inquisitorial competences. Linking licentious conducts and libertine statements to the anti-matrimonial tenets of the Cathars, the bishop establishes, during the trial, a connection between sexual sin and heretical crime. Any transgression of the sacred space of marriage is understood to be an indication sign of heresy and contributes to depict a dissolute and vicious portrait of the heretical believers, which is ultimately functional to the success and popularity of repression.

  16. Literary Theory and the Notion of Difficulty. Report Series 4.7.

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    The works of French literary theorists Jacques Lacan, Jacques Derrida, and Roland Barthes reflect a view of the text as the primary object of investigation for any discipline in the human sciences. Each of the three has been involved with pedagogical reforms within French cultural institutions: Derrida with the teaching of philosophy, Lacan with…

  17. The Object of the Subject

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    2016-01-01

    The article presents a theory of the subject, based on the work of Jacques Lacan, using the concepts of alienation, separation and liberation.......The article presents a theory of the subject, based on the work of Jacques Lacan, using the concepts of alienation, separation and liberation....

  18. Pixar with Lacan

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    The book presents Lacanian interpretations of the animations films from Pixar Studio with the double aim of analysing an influential filmic oeuvre of contemporary popular culture and giving an introduction to Lacanian cultural analysis......The book presents Lacanian interpretations of the animations films from Pixar Studio with the double aim of analysing an influential filmic oeuvre of contemporary popular culture and giving an introduction to Lacanian cultural analysis...

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    The book presents Lacanian interpretations of the animations films from Pixar Studio with the double aim of analysing an influential filmic oeuvre of contemporary popular culture and giving an introduction to Lacanian cultural analysis...

  20. A responsabilidade de traduzir o in-traduzível: Jacques Derrida e o desejo de [la] tradução The responsibility of translating the un-translatable: Jacques Derrida and the desire for [la] translation

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    Full Text Available Como pensar a responsabilidade do tradutor/a que se encontra "entre" a diferença de dois sistemas lingüísticos e no "meio" das várias línguas que compõem as línguas envolvidas na tradução? (P. Ottoni. Qual o papel do tradutor ao ter que (conviver com sua língua materna e o idioma do outro? Procurarei discutir estas duas questões para pensar a responsabilidade de traduzir o in-traduzível. Parto de duas hipóteses: 1- falar idiomaticamente seu idioma é o que se chama língua materna, o que não se apropria; e, acolher o outro na sua língua é levar em conta naturalmente seu idioma (J. Derrida; 2 - O tradutor, neste corpo-a-corpo com a língua e o idiomático, está preso numa dupla responsabilidade na operação de tradução: frente ao in-traduzível do idioma, e tendo que apreender de outro modo esta intraduzibilidade. Em resumo, como refletir sobre a responsabilidade de traduzir o in-traduzível Jacques Derrida?How should one consider the responsibility of the translator, who is located "between" the differences of two linguistic systems and "in the middle" of the various idioms constitute each of the languages involved in the translation? (P. Ottoni. What is the role of the translator in inter-acting with both his/her mother tongue and the idiom of the other? These two questions will be discussed in order to reflect on the responsibility of translating the un-translatable. Two hypotheses orient the paper: 1 - an idiom spoken idiomatically is known as the mother tongue and is not appropriated, so that accommodating the other in one's own language automatically considers his/her idiom (J. Derrida and 2 - face-to-face with language and its idioms, the translator is trapped in a double (responsibility bind; faced with something which cannot be translated, he/she is forced to perceive it in another way. In conclusion, how should one consider the responsibility of translating the un-translatable Jacques Derrida?

  1. O estatuto do real em Lacan: dos primeiros escritos ao seminário VII, a ética da psicanálise

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    Este trabalho visa elucidar a noção de Real em Lacan, dos primeiros escritos ao seminário VII, A Ética da Psicanálise. Inicialmente, privilegiam-se as relações: Imaginário e Real; Simbólico e Real; Simbólico, Imaginário e Real. Após sua elucidação, avança-se para a transição do conceito de Real, refazendo o percurso dos Seminários e textos referentes a eles. No Seminário VII, dedicado à Ética da Psicanálise, vislumbra-se a relação entre o Real e das Ding. Vê-se, aqui, que o Real é da ordem da...

  2. Freud, Lacan e o conto da ilha desconhecida: reflexões psicanalíticas acerca de um conto de Saramago

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    Full Text Available O presente artigo tem por finalidade trabalhar, através da interpretação das simbolizações em um conto de José Saramago, alguns conceitos psicanalíticos firmados por Lacan e por Freud. Para tanto, discute o texto em unidades de significação e identifica os processos simbólicos aí envolvidos com as teorias daqueles psicanalistas. O resultado é uma interpretação da simbolização de um desejo a ser realizado - a saber, a reintegração com a mãe - como significado do conto.

  3. Lühike panegüürika Lauri Leesist : temale pühendatud näituse avamise puhul Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus 18. jaanuaril 2002 / Jean-Jacques Subrenat

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    Prantsuse suursaadiku Eestis Jean-Jacques Subrenat sõnavõtt Rahvusraamatukogu humanitaarteaduste saalis ja Prantsuse saali galeriis näituse "Lauri Leesi kui prantsuse kultuuri ja keele vahendaja Eestis" avamise puhul

  4. Razão, religião e revolução: luzes e sombras nas telas de Jacques-Louis David

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    2016-01-01

    RESUMO O artigo analisa a produção pictórica de Jacques-Louis David entre o final da década de 1770 e 1793, destacando o entrelaçamento entre arte, religião e política nas obras do artista francês. Em sua luta contra o Antigo Regime, “filósofos artistas”, como Jacques-Louis David, apossaram-se das armas que eram manipuladas, há séculos, por um de seus principais inimigos: a Igreja. A transmissão do ideário iluminista não poderia ficar restrita à “aridez” dos textos acadêmicos, devendo buscar ...

  5. Souvenir d’ailleurs. Note sulla scrittura e le immagini di viaggio in Jacques Derrida - Souvenir d’ailleurs. Remarks on the prose and the travelling images in Jacques Derrida

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    Raoul Kirchmayr

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    Full Text Available The travelling images produced by Jacques Derrida when he goes back to his native home in the suburbs of Alger after a trip to Moscow and a stay in Athens introduce the reader to the intricate theme of travelling and emotions. To go, to remain, to go back intertwine with memory, with memories: emotions are the travel, but the relations among them, analyzed with extraordinary sharpness lead us to the depth of the human soul. The article analyzes both the ethic dimension of being-on-a-trip and the exposure to the other and to its taking place as a possibility sprouting from the impossible and the incalculable. This is an event of experience and language at the same time. To be on a trip therefore coincides with a certain pragmatic of language in which the language of the other – that is the language in which I am spoken – can find a place in the language which is defined as our “own”

  6. C'etait la Guerre de Tranchées. La obsesión por la guerra en la obra de Jacques Tardi.

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    Vega Pindado, Eugenio

    2008-01-01

    Con el título "C'etait la Guerre de Tranchées" publicó Jacques Tardi su más conocido libro sobre la Gran Guerra. La contienda que entre 1914 y 1928 asoló Centroeuropa y terminó con los sueños de una completa generación de jóvenes de ambos bandos ha estado presente en gran parte de este autor.

  7. El amor al padre y la estabilidad histrérica: En la primera enseñanza de Lacán The love to the father and the hysterical stability In the earlier lacan's work

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    Claudio Godoy

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo reúne una parte de la tarea preparatoria del proyecto UBACyT 2004-07 P091 "La estructura del nudo borromeo en la caracterización de la histeria en el último período de la obra de J. Lacan (1974-1981" en la que examinamos algunos de los principales antecedentes de esta temática en las primeras etapas de la obra de Lacan. La función de anudamiento (sinthome entre los tres registros se localiza en la histeria a partir de lo que Lacan denominó, en los años setenta, la "armadura del amor al padre". El término francés armature designa aquí el armazón que otorga una singular estabilidad y consistencia al sujeto histérico y su cuerpo. Se destaca así la estabilidad estructural de la histeria abordada tanto desde la pregunta por lo femenino y la identificación con el padre, como desde el lazo que une a la histérica con el amor y la impotencia paterna.The present work assembles a part of the preparatory task of the UBACyT project 07 P091 "The structure of the borromean knot in the characterization of hysteria in the last period J. Lacan's work (in which we examined some of the main antecedents of this thematic one in the earlier Lacan's work. The function of knotting (sinthome between the three registries islocated in the hysteria from which Lacan denominated, in the Seventies, the "armor of the love to the father". The french term armature designates here the frame that grants a singular stability and consistency to the hysterical subject and its body. The structural stability of hysteria is pointed out as much therefore from the question by feminine and the identification with the father, like from the bow that unites hysteria with love and paternal impotence.

  8. LA METÁFORA DEL LAZO SOCIAL EN JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU Y ÉMILE DURKHEIM

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    Full Text Available Este artículo es un aporte teórico para la comprensión de la metáfora del lazo social. En sentido amplio, esta remite a la unión entre los individuos y a las diferentes formas que asume la identidad colectiva (“Estado”, “nación”, “pueblo”, etc. en el seno de una sociedad determinada. En las últimas décadas ha llegado a convertirse en un tropo central en el ámbito de las ciencias sociales y las humanidades, aunque sus primeras apariciones se remontan a varios siglos atrás. En el artículo nos proponemos los siguientes objetivos: por un lado, analizar comparativamente los distintos usos y significados de esta metáfora en los discursos pioneros de Jean-Jacques Rousseau y Émile Durkheim —dos autores que además de haberla utilizado con frecuencia, le asignaron un papel fundamental en sus respectivas teorías—; y por otro lado, indagar en las implicaciones más generales de esta metáfora en tres planos de análisis diferenciados: el axiológico o valorativo, el epistemológico y el ontológico.

  9. Nurses as 'guests'--a study of a concept in light of Jacques Derrida's philosophy of hospitality.

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    Oresland, Stina; Lutzén, Kim; Norberg, Astrid; Rasmussen, Birgit H; Määttä, Sylvia

    2013-04-01

    As revealed in previous empirical research, nurses describe their position in home-based nursing care (HBNC) as that of 'guests' in the patient's home. Such a description is problematic as 'guests' might not be considered to belong to the realm of professionalism. As Jacques Derrida's work on hospitality has received wide publicity, sparking theoretical and philosophical discussion about host and guest, the aim of this study was to explore how the concept 'guests' can be understood in the light of Derrida's philosophy of hospitality. The study revealed that (a) guest must be considered a binary concept; and (b) hospitality should be regarded as an exchange of giving and receiving between a host and a guest. The present study demonstrated that it is important to reflect on the meaning of the concepts used by nurses in HBNC. Further theoretical and empirical exploration of the concept 'hospitality' would be fruitful, i.e. what is patients' understanding of 'hospitality' and 'hostility' related to nurses' descriptions of themselves as 'guests' in the patient's home. © 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  10. Funcionalismo y paradigmas sociológicos. Anotaciones críticas a un libro de Jacques Coenen-Huther

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    LUIS ENRIQUE ALONSO

    1987-01-01

    Full Text Available En el libro de Jacques Coenen-Huther Le Fonctionnalisme en sociologie: et après? (El Funcionalismo en sociología: ¿y luego? (1984, que se basa en su tesis doctoral, el autor repasa los puntos principales del funcionalismo, que dominaron la Sociología desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial hasta finales de los años 60. Examina la definición de funcionalismo, su relación con la causalidad, y diversas nociones de la función. Discute los paradigmas de los factores sociales y de la acción social, y presenta una evaluación de varios puntos sobre acuerdo y divergencia del funcionalismo con otras tradiciones sociológicas. Coenen-Huther ofrece una síntesis bien documentada de algunos problemas centrales en Sociología. Algunas críticas se hacen a su tratamiento del marxismo y el socialismo, y a su escasa atención a algunas influencias importantes en teoría sociológica, como son el psicoanálisis, el estructuralismo, y el behaviorismo

  11. LUZ E SOMBRA: O PÚBLICO E O PRIVADO EM JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU E HANNAH ARENDT

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    Karlfriedrich Herb

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Tanto Jean Jacques Rousseau como Hannah Arendt desenvolvem seus ideais de república no conceito de luz e sombra. O artigo focaliza o dado obscuro da república: a esfera privada do cidadão. De acordo com a lógica interna das duas teorias, a arqueologia da vida privada começa com um conceito do político. Ambos os autores são céticos com relação à concepção moderna da vida privada como uma prioridade. Eles tendem a concordar mais com a teoria política clássica. Hannah Arendt restaura a separação aristotélica entre Polis e Oikos, as esferas privada e pública. Rousseau, porém, quer uma unidade politica ao estilo platônico. A república exige a completa transparência tanto da vida pública quanto da privada.

  12. Ética da psicanálise e desejo do analista: bases conceituais do desejo do analista na ética do Seminário VII de Lacan

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    Moises de Andrade Junior

    2008-01-01

    Este trabalho procura investigar a aproximação teórica entre o conceito de desejo do analista de Lacan e a ética da psicanálise, tal como definida em seu seminário VII, bem como as conseqüências clínicas desta aproximação. Para isso, partimos da hipótese de que o desejo próprio que caracteriza a função analítica o desejo do analista possui implicações éticas para a direção da cura. A partir desta idéia, propomos que a formulação de Lacan para uma ética própria da psicanálise, compromissada ...

  13. Soberania, lei, vontade geral e autoridade legítima segundo Do contrato social de Jean-Jacques Rousseau Soberania, lei, vontade geral e autoridade legítima segundo Do contrato social de Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Raquel Kritsch

    2011-04-01

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    O objetivo deste artigo é introduzir o leitor no pensamento político de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, com base nas reflexões do autor em Do contrato social. Partindo-se da distinção entre poder e autoridade, procura-se mostrar o fundamento da legitimidade e a construção do contrato social ideal. Para o filósofo genebrino, a soberania, entendida como a vontade geral em ação, constitui o fundamento mais adequado às repúblicas, regidas por leis emanadas da vontade geral, as únicas capazes de expressar os interesses gerais de um “eu comum” que não se confunde nem com a maioria nem com os particulares. Depois de apresentadas as características centrais do poder soberano, discute-se o papel do governo e da religião civil na vida politicamente organizada sob um Estado republicano.

    O objetivo deste artigo é introduzir o leitor no pensamento político de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, com base nas reflexões do autor em Do contrato social. Partindo-se da distinção entre poder e autoridade, procura-se mostrar o fundamento da legitimidade e a construção do contrato social ideal. Para o filósofo genebrino, a soberania, entendida como a vontade geral em a

  14. Enregistrer, ordonner et contrôler: les documents diplomatiques dans les "Registra Secreta " de Jacques II d'Aragon

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    Péquignot, Stéphane

    2002-06-01

    Full Text Available The study of the internal organisation of Jayme II´s Registra secreta shows the existence of a specific «system» for the gathering of diplomatical registered papers in chapters called legatio. However, this method of classification does not exclude other ones and these registers can be considered as an experimental laboratory for the arrangement and the location of registered documents. The composition of the registers and the interventions of the scribes within conduce then to look for the functions they are assigned with: allowing an easier control of the uses of the documentation by the king´s ambassadors, the Registra secreta take part, at the chancery, in a living memory of the administration of diplomatical matters.

    L'étude de l'économie interne des Registra secreta de Jacques II montre l'existence d'un «système» spécifique de rassemblement de la documentation diplomatique sous des rubriques legatio. Ce mode de classification n'est cependant pas exclusif, et les registres constituent un véritable lieu d'expérimentation pour l'ordonnancement et le repérage de la documentation enregistrée. L'examen de la tenue des registres conduit alors à celui des fonctions qui leur sont assignées: en facilitant le contrôle des usages de la documentation par les ambassadeurs du roi, ils participent à la chancellerie dune mémoire active de l'administration des affaires diplomatiques.

  15. Rancièrean Atomism: Clarifying the Debate between Jacques Rancière and Alain Badiou

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    Joseph M. Spencer

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available In the late 1970s and the 1980s, a number of radical left political theorists focused their philosophical attention on the relevance of ancient atomism, revitalizing a tradition that went back to Karl Marx's work on his dissertation. This essay looks at the uses of atomism by two thinkers in particular, Jacques Rancière and Alain Badiou, in order to see how their discussions of and references to ancient materialism help to shed light on their fundamental disagreements about the nature of community and equality.First, this paper argues that what Badiou and Rancière most obviously share in their assessments of atomism is a negative judgment regarding the post-swerve constitution of the world, while what most obviously distinguishes their positions is their differing judgments regarding the preswerve rain of the atoms in the void (which Badiou assesses negatively and Rancière positively. Becoming clear both about how Badiou and Rancière respond to what comes before and after the atomistic swerve helps to clarify an implicit response on Rancière’s part to what has become Badiou’s chief objection to Rancière’s political theory. Second, this paper argues that the fact that Badiou assesses both what comes before and what comes after the swerve as negative, while Rancière assesses only what comes after the swerve as negative (because he assesses the pre-swerve rain of the atoms in the void positively, makes clear that their most essential point of difference concerns the status of the swerve that mediates between before and after. Working through the complexities of Badiou’s analysis of the swerve and uncovering Rancière’s extremely subtle analysis of the swerve helps to clarify a major aspect of what has become Rancière’s chief criticism of Badiou’s conception of philosophy.

  16. Jacques Jacques, Le Faut mourir et les excuses inutiles qu'on apporte à cette nécessité. Le tout en vers burlesques. Edité par Claudie Costa, Paris, Honoré Champion, coll. « Sources classiques », 1998,  406 p.

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    Claudine Nédélec

    2010-07-01

    Full Text Available Un article du Dictionnaire des lettres françaises (xviie, paru dans la « Pochotèque »,dit encore de Jacques Jacques qu'il fit paraître « un assez grand nombre d'ouvrages de morale et de piété, bizarrement traités en vers burlesques. » Morale et piété certes, puisqu'il s'agit ici, dans la tradition de La Grande danse macabre et des arts de mourir, d'une série de tête-à-tête entre la Mort et un vivant ; invariablement, la Mort annonce que « Qu'il FAUT MOURIR, MOURIR IL FAUT » (p. 384 ; le viv...

  17. How Lacan's Ethics Might Improve Our Understanding of Nietzsche's Critique of Platonism: The Neurosis and Nihilism of a ‘Life’ Against Life

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    Tim Themi

    2008-10-01

    Full Text Available his paper sets to answering the question of how Lacanrsquo;s 1959-60 Seminar on emThe Ethics of Psychoanalysis/em, with its recurring critique of the Platonic idea of a moral Sovereign Good, might contribute to and improve our understanding of the Nietzschean project to diagnose the moral metaphysics instigated by Plato in philosophy, and by Christianity in religion, as a history of untruth and nihilismndash;ndash;emopposed to life/emndash;ndash;in preparation for its overcoming. I explore the possibility that Lacanrsquo;s emEthics/em might make such a contribution by i its tripartite ontology of the real, the symbolic and the imaginary serving as an additional frame of reference for examining the nature of the Good and our configurations of desire beneath it; and ii by its more detailed elaboration of the archaic, polymorphous perversity at the instinctual base of the drives, what Lacan in his emEthics/em will call emdas Ding/em, the somewhat diabolical Freudian Thing. I also attempt to indicate how Nietzschersquo;s own ethics might make a contribution to those of the Lacanian, for the purposes of further combating what I will take to be the contemporary neurosis and nihilism of a lsquo;lifersquo; emagainst/em lifendash;ndash;as indicated today for instance by such phenomena as the physical destruction of the environment, along with us as amongst its earthly inhabitants.

  18. Arte, imagem e fotografia: um diálogo possível entre Roland Barthes, Walter Benjamin e Jacques Rancière = Art, image and photography: a possible dialogue between Roland Barthes, Walter Benjamin and Jacques Rancière

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    Voigt, André Fabiano

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo objetiva estabelecer um diálogo entre três autores que escreveram trabalhos importantes sobre a relação da arte com as imagens e a fotografia. Enquanto os pensamentos de Roland Barthes e Walter Benjamin se assemelham, Jacques Rancière apresenta uma postura dissonante ao analisar arte, imagem e fotografia no interior do que ele chama de regime estético das artes

  19. Blaubart und die Geistige Landesverteidigung in der Schweiz. Die Radiooper «Barbe-Bleue» (1943) von Jacques Ibert und William Aguet

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    Hiltbrunner Michael

    2013-01-01

    1943 wurde bei Radio Lausanne die komische Radiooper Barbe Bleue von Jacques Ibert gesendet. Ebenfalls unter dem Titel Barbe Bleue war 1940 eine Radiooperette von Jean Binet ausgestrahlt worden von der nur noch Fragmente erhalten sind. Für beide Produktionen schrieb William Aguet das Libretto. Im vorliegenden Aufsatz soll insbesondere anhand der Radioper von Ibert gezeigt werden wie es die Autoren verstanden politische wie künstlerische Ansprüche in dieser Komödie zu verschränken. Sichtbar ge...

  20. Zur theoretischen und gesellschaftlichen Konstitution der Eigenlogik moderner Erziehung. Überlegungen im Anschluss an Jan Amos Comenius und Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Dietrich Benner

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available - On theoretical and social constitution of modern education. Reflections with reference to Jan Amos Comenius and Jean-Jacques Rousseau - This article draws on Comenius and Rousseau to examine the theoretical and social constitution of education. Specifically, we analyze the tensions between the Comenius' pansophy and his theory of education in the Early Mod-ern Age as well as between Rousseau's theory of common will and his theory of negative education. The article demonstrates that while both Comenius and Rousseau are important for contemporary discussions of the structure of pedagogical action, neither Comenius' pansophy nor Rousseau's idea of common will are sufficient to ground these discussions.

  1. Gosto ou licença? Como interpretar as Suite Sonates de Jacques Martin Hotteterre - Le Romain através da flauta doce

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    Renata Pereira

    2014-01-01

    A pesquisa para a elaboração da tese \\"Gosto ou Licença? Como interpretar as suite sonates de Jacques Martin Hotteterre - Le Romain (1674-1763) através da flauta doce\\" teve por finalidade investigar se a forma híbrida da música instrumental europeia - suite sonate [suitte sonate] do compositor francês setecentista - foi um exemplo precursor do gênero que conhecemos como gostos reunidos. Os objetos estudados são de fundamental importância, pois no século XVIII fomentaram a criação de um novo ...

  2. Algunas elaboraciones psicoanalíticas en torno del uso del concepto de locura como distinto del concepto de psicosis Some psychoanalytic elaborations about the use of the madness concept like different from the psychosis concept

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    Pablo D. Muñoz

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available La distinción conceptual locura-psicosis no ha sido objeto de elaboración sistemática en el campo del psicoanálisis. Hasta Jacques Lacan, quien la ha examinado con diversos recursos conceptuales, los psicoanalistas los han tomado habitualmente como equivalentes. Sin embargo, algunos pocos autores han avanzado en ese sentido. En este artículo se propone el análisis de algunos de ellos con un objetivo doble: primero, reconocer esos antecedentes psicoanalíticos para constatar su coincidencia o no con las elaboraciones de Lacan y, en consecuencia, poder ponderar con mayor justeza la novedad conceptual introducida por él; y, segundo, y fundamentalmente, dar respuesta al problema clínico introducido muy tempranamente por Freud, cuando afirma que hay psicosis de defensa que pueden interrumpir episódicamente la trayectoria de una neurosis. Problema al que los teóricos del psicoanálisis han respondido con conceptos como el de caso borderline o estados límites que desde la perspectiva de la teoría lacaniana no resultan suficientes.The conceptual distinction madness-psychosis has not been object of systematic elaboration in psychoanalysis field. Until Jacques Lacan, who has examined it with diverse conceptual resources, the psychoanalysts have been taken them as synonyms. However, some few authors have advanced in the way of a distinction. This article aims analyze some of them with a double goal: first one, to identify and refine this psychoanalytic background to verify coincidence or not with the Lacan working and, consequently, be able to appreciate with greater precision the conceptual originality introduced by him; and, secondly, and essentially, answer the clinical problem introduced by the "early" Freud, when affirms that can be found defense psychoses whose can episodically interrupt a neurosis trajectory. Problem that try to be solved by some psychoanalysis theoreticians with concepts as "case borderline" or states limits, that from

  3. Genealogia da ética: o sujeito em questão/Genealogy of ethics: the subject in question

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    Márcio Aparecido Mariguela

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Freud ocupou uma função dobradiça nas pesquisas que Michel Foucault realizou em torno da arqueologia do saber, da genealogia do poder e na genealogia da ética. As diferentes posições do filósofo francês sobre Freud e a psicanálise permitem articular o projeto de escrita de uma genealogia da ética com o movimento de retorno a Freud empreendido pelo psicanalista Jacques Lacan. Pretendo sustentar que a visada de Foucault sobre Freud é recorrente pela função autor que reconheceu atuar na tática genealógica. A obra de Freud, interpretada por Lacan, foi decisiva para Foucault investigar os modos de sujeição e assim estabelecer a distinção entre o que pertence ao campo da moral e aquilo que é próprio ao campo da ética. A problematização do sujeito do desejo permitiu um deslocamento da analítica do poder para a constituição do cuidado de si como um princípio ético para instaurar uma estética de si. Freud played a hinge-like function in the research conducted by Michel Foucault on the archaeology of knowledge, the genealogy of power and the genealogy of ethics. The different positions of the French philosopher on Freud and psychoanalysis allow one to articulate a project of writing of a genealogy of ethics with the movement of return to Freud carried out by the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. I intend to maintain that the view of Foucault on Freud is recurrent by the author function that acknowledged acting in a genealogical tactic. The work of Freud, interpreted by Lacan, was decisive for Foucault to investigate the ways of subjection and thus establish the distinction between what belongs to the moral domain and that which is proper for the ethics domain. The problematization of the subject of desire allowed a shift of the analytics of power for the constitution of the care of the self as an ethical principle to establish an aesthetic of the self.

  4. Rachmaninov: Aleko / Jacques Constant

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    Constant, Jacques

    1998-01-01

    Rachmaninov: Aleko; Le Chevalier avare; Francesca da Rimini. Choeur de l'Opera de Göteborg, Orchestre Symphonique de Göteborg, Neeme Järvi. DG 453 452-2 (3 CD:444 F ou 168 F chacun). 1996. TT:2 h 53'21

  5. "Medô medo": investigação sobre a fobia em Freud, Lacan e autores contemporâneos a partir de um caso clínico

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    André Ehrlich

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available A partir de um caso clínico emerge a seguinte questão: a fobia deve ser considerada uma entidade clínica ou uma figura clínica a se presentificar em contextos diversos? O presente artigo investiga o item nas obras de Freud, Lacan e de dois autores da atua­lidade: Ricardo Diaz Romero e Charles Melman, que reacendem o debate em torno do tema. A psicanálise, como constructo teórico que surge a partir da escuta clínica de Freud, somente mantém seu sentido no que continua a nos possibilitar tratar o real da clínica pelo simbólico. Neste sentido é que, efetuado um percurso teórico, retornamos, ao final do artigo, à experiência clínica.Fear fear: an investigation about phobia in Freud, Lacan and other contemporary authors (Diaz Romero and Charles Melman based on a clinical case. A question emerges based on a clinical case: should phobia be considered a clinical entity or a clinical figure to make itself present in various contexts? The present article investigates this matter in the works of Freud, Lacan and two current authors that reignite the debate around the theme. Psychoanalysis, as a theoretical body to emerge from Freud's clinical listening, only maintains its reason of being in which it still makes possible for us to handle the real in clinical experience through the symbolic. It is in this sense that, trailing a theoretical path, we return to the clinical experience at the end of the article.

  6. Psychoanalysts through History Psychoanalysts. The pleasure of thinking, by Patrizia Cupelloni,

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    Laura Guidi

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Introdotto da Patrizia Cupelloni, il volume è scritto da dodici psicoanaliste, ciascunadelle quali presenta la vita e l'opera di una psicoanalista del passato, a partire dallaprima, in ordine cronologico, Lou Andreas Salomé. Le riflessioni che qui presento sonoil frutto di una lettura obliqua - quella di una storica incuriosita da queste dodici donneeccezionali. Non entro dunque, né sarei in grado di farlo, negli appassionati e taloralaceranti confronti tra queste dodici scienziate e la comunità psicoanalitica su temi qualiil training del futuro analista, l'evoluzione del rapporto madre-bambino dalla fusionealla differenziazione, i rischi insiti nelle primissime fasi di vita di produrre una futurapatologia psichica...Mi soffermerò invece sui molti spunti che vengono da queste dodici biografie inrelazione a temi che sono il mio pane quotidiano di storica: il contributo delle donne allacultura e alla scienza moderne; i processi attraverso cui si definiscono identità di generee sessualità; i percorsi biografici e intellettuali di donne che, vissute tra fine Ottocento eprimi decenni del Novecento, non solo hanno violato codici patriarcali per affermare lapropria autonomia e creatività, ma hanno elaborato la propria distanza da queiparadigmi offrendo, attraverso scritture in cui spesso l'autobiografia si incrocia conl'elaborazione teorica, strumenti di critica e di liberazione alla società del loro tempo.Sotto quest’aspetto le vite di psicoanaliste come Lou Andreas Salome o SabinaSpielrein richiamano alla mente quelle di rivoluzionarie come Alessandra Kollontaj, discrittrici come Virginia Woolf e Sibilla Aleramo.

  7. Das CB-Erzieherprofil: Meister Eckhart. - Michel de Montaigne. - Johann Friedrich Herbart. - Lev Nicolaevic Tolstoj. - August Hermann Francke. - Claude Adrien Helvétius. - Jean-Jacques Rousseau. - Ernst Christian Trapp. - Johann Gottlieb Fichte. - Niccolo Machiavelli

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    März, Fritz

    1991-01-01

    Das CB-Erzieherprofil: Meister Eckhart. - Michel de Montaigne. - Johann Friedrich Herbart. - Lev Nicolaevic Tolstoj. - August Hermann Francke. - Claude Adrien Helvétius. - Jean-Jacques Rousseau. - Ernst Christian Trapp. - Johann Gottlieb Fichte. - Niccolo Machiavelli. - In: Christ und Bildung. 37. 1991. S. 39, 75, 116, 151, 189, 221, 261, 295, 335, 366

  8. From rubber tree homeland to rubber tree plantation: Jacques Huber and his studies on the culture of heveas in the East (1911-1912

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    Anna Raquel de Matos Castro

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available The paper deals with the trip of the Swiss botanist Jacques Huber (1867-1914 to the main eastern rubber producing countries between 1911 and 1912. This trip was intended to develop studies on the cultivation of Hevea brasiliensis in that region. Huber was commissioned with the task by the State of Pará governor João Coelho, who wanted to find solutions to the downfall of the regional economy. The economy of Amazonia was primarily based on rubber extractivism and was seriously endangered due the market controlled by England from eastern plantations. Back to Brazil, Huber published a report with information about the society, economy and environment where the rubber trees were cultivated. The report compiles scientific observations and the topics that motivated the regional elites in that context. In addition to the brief analyses of the report, photographs took by Huber in the East of rubber trees plantations, tree tapping and local workers are published.

  9. Jacques Collina-Girard, L’Atlantide retrouvée ? Enquête scientifique autour d’un mythe

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    Weisrock, André

    2009-01-01

    S’il est possible de démystifier, peut-on démythifier ? C’est à cet exercice très difficile que s’est prêté Jacques Collina-Girard et il nous livre en un ouvrage très intéressant le fruit de ses investigations et de ses réflexions de plusieurs années. Aussi faut-il déjà le complimenter d’avoir osé aborder un sujet inhabituel pour les Quaternaristes, en alliant avec bonheur les commentaires de textes anciens, l’histoire, la philosophie, la psychologie, l’ethnologie, et en les confrontant aux d...

  10. Un double regard sur la misère : Aubervilliers d’Eli Lotar et Jacques Prévert

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    Cadoret, Erwan

    2013-01-01

    Le court métrage documentaire Aubervilliers, réalisé en 1945 par le photographe et caméraman Eli Lotar (1905-1969) est parfois plus connu pour la querelle à laquelle il a donné lieu lors de sa sortie en février 1946 que pour les qualités ou défauts qui lui sont propres. C’est en effet à l’occasion de ce film que Jacques Prévert, auteur du commentaire et des paroles des chansons, héritera des épithètes peu flatteurs de « Déroulède des anarchistes » ou de « révolutionnaire […] pour les midinett...

  11. Jacques Freyssinet, Négocier l’emploi. 50 ans de négociations interprofessionnelles sur l’emploi et la formation

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    Arnaud Mias

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Jacques Freyssinet propose un retour sur cinquante années de « négociations sur l’emploi ». Il désigne par cette expression celles qui, précisément, « font référence à l’emploi comme objectif de la négociation et source de légitimation de leur contenu » (p. 11, ce qui couvre un vaste ensemble de thématiques : indemnisation du chômage, restructurations, formation professionnelle, temps de travail, contrats de travail, gestion prévisionnelle de l’emploi… Malgré son titre, ce bilan ne répond pa...

  12. A psicanálise é o que reintroduz o Nome do pai na consideração científica. O que isso significa nos primeiro e segundo ensinos de Lacan?

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    Rosa Guedes Lopes

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available Para Lacan, a psicanálise reintroduz o Nome do pai na consideração científica. A ciência moderna trata a existência do homem como dedução do pensamento, não como obra de Deus ou da natureza. A psicanálise opera sobre esse sujeito. Entretanto, não o toma como sujeito sem qualidades como a ciência. O sujeito não resulta apenas de um cálculo nem se exaure no pensamento. A operação do recalque é paradoxal: produz um sujeito separado do seu valor fálico, fato decisivo para o pensamento científico porque considera o princípio de realidade, mas produz também o desejo inconsciente. Isso comprova que é impossível ao sujeito comparecer sem qualidades. S1-S2 não são significantes sem qualidades. Implicam o desejo inconsciente. Este texto demonstra o que significa reintroduzir o Nome do pai na consideração científica. Percorre as vias do progresso e as descontinuidades desse conceito na passagem do primeiro ao segundo ensino de Lacan, principalmente com o conceito de objeto a.

  13. Hospitalidad y soberanía. Reflexiones políticas en torno de la filosofía de Jacques Derrida

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    Penchaszadeh, Ana Paula

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available This work examines the links between sovereignty and hospitality and the deconstructive importance of the latter over the former. At first, it would seem that what makes hospitality possible as an effective right is sovereignty; however, following the traces of Jacques Derrida’s philosophy, it is evident that hospitality, since it depends on sovereignty and on the right assumed by the States to make it effective, is constantly postponed and perverted. There is a productive link between hospitality and sovereignty, exalted by the classical political theory, which should be «denaturalized» on behalf of hospitality, that is to say, on behalf of an infinite justice towards the other as radically other.

    El presente trabajo interroga los vínculos entre soberanía y hospitalidad y la importancia deconstructiva de la segunda sobre la primera. Si bien, a primera vista, pareciera que lo que hace posible la hospitalidad como derecho efectivo es la soberanía, siguiendo los trazos de la filosofía de Jacques Derrida, se hace manifiesto que la hospitalidad, al depender de la soberanía, del derecho que se arrogan los Estados de hacer efectivo el derecho, se ve constantemente aplazada y pervertida. Existe un lazo productivo entre hostilidad y soberanía, exaltado por la teoría política clásica, que debe ser «desnaturalizado» en nombre de la hospitalidad, es decir, en nombre de una justicia infinita hacia el otro como radicalmente otro.

  14. RETRATO DEL ARTISTA JAMES JOYCE, ADOLESCENTE // A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST JAMES JOYCE AS A YOUNG MAN

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    Mario Elkin Ramírez

    2013-01-01

    ... de Sinthoma y anudamiento a su estructura. // The contrast between some lessons in Seminar XXIII of Jacques Lacan with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, that was one of Lacan's sources, brings about how the work depicts...

  15. THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION OF THE NEW TYPE OF JACQUES WAARDENBURGH IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE DUTCH TRADITION OF THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION

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    Full Text Available The author examines in this article the religious phenomenology of Jacques Waardenburgh, a Dutchman known for his studies of the phenomenology of religion of the new type. After a brief examination of various tendencies in the study of religious phenomenology and their classification, the author turns his attention to the phenomenology of religion of the new type as exemplified by the classical proponents of the Dutch school (Pierre Daniel Chantepie de la Saussayee, William Kristensen and Gerardus van der Leeuw. By comparing concepts stated as answers to specific questions, Waardenburgh appears to employ critical acumen in his formulation of the material left by his predecessors in the field. But the elements of religious phenomenology which relate to an existential conception of data and which were accepted by the classical school are excluded by Waardenburgh. Waardenburgh, on the other hand, attempts to substitute a philosophical hermeneutic with one drawn from the applied sciences, in as much, and this is the author’s opinion, that the phenomenology of religion of the new type refuses to mediate between the disciplines which study empirical material and the philosophical conception of religion. In addition, Waardenburgh remarks that the constant task of the phenomenology of religion is to mediate among the disciplines which employ the empirical method and those cognitive spiritual needs which face the student of religious phenomena. Among these disciplines, sociology replaces history to take first place, followed by cultural anthropology. Thus, the cognitive factor become more pragmatic

  16. Iconologie des infantes (Tumbo A et Tumbo B de la cathédrale de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle et Tumbo de Touxos Outos

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    Full Text Available Les miniatures des Tumbos A et B de la cathédrale de Saint-Jacques de Compostelle et du Tumbo de Touxos Outos établissent à travers la représentation des rois, reines et infantes, d’Alphonse II à Alphonse X, une généalogie royale. L’analyse des miniatures consacrées aux figures féminines confirme que, dans le royaume de León et en Castille, les infantes ont eu, aux XIe et XIIe siècles, un rôle majeur, spirituel et politique, notamment à travers l’institution de l’infantat.Las miniaturas de los Tumbos A y B de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela, y del Tumbo de Touxos Outos establecen a través de la representación de los reyes, reinas e infantas, desde Alfonso II hasta Alfonso X, una genealogía real. El análisis de las miniaturas dedicadas a las figuras femeninas confirma que, en el reino de León y en Castilla, las infantas detuvieron, durante los siglos XI y XII, un papel importante, a la vez espiritual y político, sobre todo gracias a la institución del infantado.

  17. Metaphor in psychosis: on the possible convergence of Lacanian theory and neuro-scientific research

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    Michele eRibolsi

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    Full Text Available Starting from the theories of leading psychiatrists, like Kraepelin and de Clérambault, the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (1901-1981 formulated an original theory of psychosis, focusing on the subject and on the structuring role of language. In particular, he postulated that language makes up the experience of subjectivity and that psychosis is marked by the absence of a crucial metaphorization process. Interestingly, in contemporary psychiatry there is growing empirical evidence that schizophrenia is characterized by abnormal interpretation of verbal and nonverbal information, with a great difficulty to put such information in the appropriate context. Neuroscientific contributions have investigated this difficulty suggesting the possibility of interpreting schizophrenia as a semiotic disorder which makes the patients incapable of understanding the figurative meaning of the metaphoric speech, probably due to a dysfunction of certain right hemisphere areas, such as the right temporoparietal junction and the right superior/middle temporal gyrus. In this paper we first review the Lacanian theory of psychosis and neuro-scientific research in the field of symbolization and metaphoric speech. Next, we discuss possible convergences between both approaches, exploring how they might join and inspire one another. Clinical and neurophysiological research implications are discussed.

  18. Jocasta’s kinsfolk: Marx, Freud and Oedipus among contemporary antiphilosophers

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    Full Text Available The text deals with the recently renewed issue of ′antiphilosophy′ in the self-understanding of some prominent contemporary continental philosophers but not only them, such as Alain Badiou and Slavoj Žižek, both referring to the psychoanalyst and theoretician of discourse Jacques Lacan. Starting with a metaphorical analysis of the verdict made by Marx of ′merely interpretive′ character of philosophy in relation to ′the study of real world′ and with his comparison of philosophy with ′masturbation′, the text addresses new appeals to ′antiphilosophy′ as samples of a token or rather, as cases of a syndrome connected with Jocasta’s rationalization of Oedipus’ curse. It was her discourse based on general rules of rationality with which she unconsciously attempted to avoid the confrontation with the truth of an event (incestuous marriage which had already occurred. In the text, presuppositions and consequences of such an analogy between ancient and contemporary philosophical material are discussed in order to show-on the basis of arguing that the unconscious is located within (and not beyond rational processes that subjects undertake in order to respond to rational needs (viz. impulses of the Ego-that contemporary discussion about ′antiphilosophy′ by left-wing philosophers bears unacknowledged tendencies to unconsciously reduce Marx’ algorithm of ′realization of philosophy′ to the Hegelian negation of the negation and to integrate it into the discourse of academic philosophy.

  19. Metaphor in psychosis: on the possible convergence of Lacanian theory and neuro-scientific research.

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    Ribolsi, Michele; Feyaerts, Jasper; Vanheule, Stijn

    2015-01-01

    Starting from the theories of leading psychiatrists, like Kraepelin and de Clérambault, the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (1901-1981) formulated an original theory of psychosis, focusing on the subject and on the structuring role of language. In particular, he postulated that language makes up the experience of subjectivity and that psychosis is marked by the absence of a crucial metaphorization process. Interestingly, in contemporary psychiatry there is growing empirical evidence that schizophrenia is characterized by abnormal interpretation of verbal and non-verbal information, with a great difficulty to put such information in the appropriate context. Neuro-scientific contributions have investigated this difficulty suggesting the possibility of interpreting schizophrenia as a semiotic disorder which makes the patients incapable of understanding the figurative meaning of the metaphoric speech, probably due to a dysfunction of certain right hemisphere areas, such as the right temporoparietal junction and the right superior/middle temporal gyrus. In this paper we first review the Lacanian theory of psychosis and neuro-scientific research in the field of symbolization and metaphoric speech. Next, we discuss possible convergences between both approaches, exploring how they might join and inspire one another. Clinical and neurophysiological research implications are discussed.

  20. Psychoanalytic Interpretation of Blueberries by Susan Gibb

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    Maya Zalbidea Paniagua

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Blueberries (2009 by Susan Gibb, published in the ELO (Electronic Literature Organization, invites the reader to travel inside the protagonist’s mind to discover real and imaginary experiences examining notions of gender, sex, body and identity of a traumatised woman. This article explores the verbal and visual modes in this digital short fiction following semiotic patterns as well as interpreting the psychological states that are expressed through poetical and technological components. A comparative study of the consequences of trauma in the protagonist will be developed including psychoanalytic theories by Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan and the feminist psychoanalysts: Melanie Klein and Bracha Ettinger. The reactions of the protagonist will be studied: loss of reality, hallucinations and Electra Complex, as well as the rise of defence mechanisms and her use of the artistic creativity as a healing therapy. The interactivity of the hypermedia, multiple paths and endings will be analyzed as a literary strategy that increases the reader’s capacity of empathizing with the speaker.

  1. Unbinding critics: psychoanalysis and aesthetic thinking

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    Gustavo Henrique Dionisio

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    Full Text Available This paper intends to discuss the relationship between psychoanalysis and aesthetic thinking under the prism of the “unbinding” theory – earlier conceived by the psychoanalyst Andre Green –, linking it to some theories proposed by Hal Foster, art historian and art critic, where we can find the lacanian “real” as the linking concept. One could say, in this linkage made here, that both authors are dealing, in a very particular way, with a question that refers to the theory of the real (as it was conceived by Jacques Lacan, even in the case of Green it is not referred directly; Green’s theory, however, seems to discuss some kind of a regredience that could be linked to the death drive. Accessing the psychoanalytical dispositive, and using it as it is appropriated to the (art object to be interpreted, Foster, for example, advances in both the field of aesthetic reflection and in the more specific field of psychoanalysis. It should be noted that Foster’s reflection refers strictly to the post-pop images, observed mainly in the 1990’s photography. Thus, I think that this intersection between aesthetics and psychoanalysis might allow us to shed some light on a new art reading possibility towards a “non-applied” psychoanalytical paradigm, which, in my opinion, seems to be an appropriate way to understand some of the contemporary art production.

  2. The Mirage of the Mirror: A Lacanian Reading of Nadine Gordimer’s Loot

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    Fatemeh Pourjafari

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available As a South African female writer, the works of Nadine Gordimer have been frequently discussed through either the post-colonial or feminist principles of criticism. However, another way to interpret and evaluate these works, particularly her short fiction, can be the application of psychoanalytic approaches, which have been almost often neglected by the literary reviewers. This study aims at a new reading of Loot, a very short story by Gordimer, by employing the theories of Jacques Lacan, the French psychoanalyst. Using Lacan’s theories of the structure of the mind and it’s division into three stages of the Real, the Imaginary, and the Symbolic, and also the individual’s quest to reach the fullness of the primal sense of unity and safety, which is lost by his entrance into social order, this reading intends to interpret the protagonist’s behavior and reactions in different situations of life. Besides viewing the different stages in the formation of the protagonist’s self, the study focuses on the formal structure of the work in its narrative method of story within story, and deviation from the standard language of story-telling on the basis of its Lacanian interpretation as a sign of the individual’s inability to cope with the social dictates of the Symbolic order.

  3. O desejo do analista e a clínica da psicose: análise de um caso

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    This article approaches the subject of transference in the clinic of psychosis, from Lacan¿s idea that the whole transference theory is closely linked to the desire of the psychoanalyst. Initially, we present the context from where Freud's transference concept came from, based on neurosis, specifically the hysteria. Then, we place Lacan's entrance on the psychoanalytic ground, emphasizing that, contrary to Freud, he departed from the psychosis to get into the psychoanalysis, and this clinic w...

  4. Sovereignty and Democracy in Global Times: acutality of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Political Philosophy and the limits of the social contract

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    Marcus Baccega

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available SOBERANIA E DEMOCRACIA EM TEMPOS MUNDIALIZADOS: ATUALIDADE DA FILOSOFIA POLÍTICA DE JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU E OS LIMITES DO CONTRATO SOCIAL Resumo: este artigo visa a problematizar os (descaminhos dos conceitos políticos e das práticas sociais e jurídicas em torno da soberania política do Estado Nacional e da democracia nos tempos de mundialização do Capital. Portanto, revisita e percorre uma breve arqueologia conceitual da Soberania, desde Isidoro de Sevilha até a clássica definição de Jean Bodin nos Seis Livros sobre a República (1576. O propósito é problematizar a filosofia política de Rousseau para, então, perceber e discutir seus limites suas virtualidades, bem como a atualidade de sua noção de Contrato Social e o papel da Filosofia Política na Era do Capital Global. Palavras-chave: Rousseau. Soberania. Mundialização do Capital. Abstract: this paper casts doubt on the ways and shunts of political concepts and social and legal practices concerning political sovereignty of the Nation State and democracy at the time of Capital’s globalization. It revisits a brief conceptual archeology of Sovereignty, since Isidore of Seville to the classical definition by Jean Bodin in The Six Books on the Republic (1576. The purpose is casting doubt on the political philosophy of Rousseau, in order to discuss its limits and virtualities, and the topicality of his notion of social contract and the role of Political Philosophy at the Age of Global Capital. Keywords: Rousseau. Sovereignty. Globalization of Capital.

  5. Tapices de Escenas mitológicas tejidos en los talleres bruselenses de Jacques van der Borcht (h. 1650-h.1709-1713 y Albert Auwercx (1629-1709: Nueva documentación

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    García Calvo, Margarita

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available This article is based on previously unpublished documentation for two tapestries of mythological scenes woven in the well-known workshops of Albert Auwercx and Jacques van der Borcht. A set of tapestries signed by van der Borcht in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, corresponds for the most part with those described in this document, which also provides interesting information concerning the painters who participated in designing the models for this series.En este artículo se aporta una documentación inédita sobre dos tapicerías de Escenas mitológicas tejidas en las conocidas manufacturas de Albert Auwercx y de Jacques van der Borcht. Con la firma de este segundo tejedor se conserva en Viena (Kunsthistorisches Museum un conjunto de tapices, que se corresponde en su mayoría con los descritos en este documento, que proporciona además interesantes novedades acerca de los pintores que participaron en el diseño de los modelos de esta serie.

  6. What can psychoanalysts learn from the development of literary theory?

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    Chessick, Richard D

    2005-01-01

    It is no accident that literary theorists and academicians have become very interested in psychoanalysis. There is a remarkable parallel between the development of literary theory from its origins to the present day and the development of psychoanalysis from the time of Freud to now. The same concerns that have troubled critics of art and literature about how to go about evaluating an artwork are the ones most controversial today in the field of psychoanalysis. The questions, for example, of whether beauty resides in the work of art or in the mind of the audience and its parallel in psychoanalysis, whether the material produced by the patient is essentially from the patient or the product of an interaction between patient and analyst, or even whether it is ever possible to interpret any patient material or artwork all the way down to some basic qualities remain unanswered and polemical today.

  7. An Inclusive Psychoanalyst: Sidney Blatt's Contribution In Perspective.

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    Berman, Emanuel

    2017-06-01

    Sidney Blatt personified in many ways the striving toward an inclusive, broad-minded, nonsectarian, and nondogmatic psychoanalysis. Intrigued and inspired by many trends in psychoanalytic thought and neighboring disciplines, he believed deeply in the coexistence and mutual contributions of a psychoanalytic clinical practice and of systematic empirical research on development and its disruptions, evolving personality traits, and the ways psychoanalytic treatment becomes effective. Carl Rogers, David Rapaport, and John Bowlby were among the figures who played a significant role in the development of his rich and complex thinking and productive work.

  8. Special problems for the elderly psychoanalyst in the psychoanalytic process.

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    Chessick, Richard D

    2013-02-01

    The psychoanalytic process takes on a special ambience when the analyst is clearly elderly. The effects of this ambience on the the aging analyst's patients are discussed, and the sparse literature on the subject is reviewed. Clinical vignettes illustrate a number of these effects on the analytic process. Dealing with these special problems requires not only the analyst's awareness of their existence but a continual monitoring of the transference-countertransference in order to avoid a silent collusion of patient and analyst to pretend these problems do not exist. The dangerous consequences of being unaware of the situation, for both patient and analyst, are discussed. If the influence of the patient's perception of the analyst's aging is ignored, it may lead to destruction of the treatment either through massive acting out or by a hopeless stalemate with or without the development of an endless psychoanalysis.

  9. Wind-driven snow conditions control the occurrence of contemporary marginal mountain permafrost in the Chic-Choc Mountains, south-eastern Canada: a case study from Mont Jacques-Cartier

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    G. Davesne

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    Full Text Available We present data on the distribution and thermophysical properties of snow collected sporadically over 4 decades along with recent data of ground surface temperature from Mont Jacques-Cartier (1268 m a.s.l., the highest summit in the Appalachians of south-eastern Canada. We demonstrate that the occurrence of contemporary permafrost is necessarily associated with a very thin and wind-packed winter snow cover which brings local azonal topo-climatic conditions on the dome-shaped summit. The aims of this study were (i to understand the snow distribution pattern and snow thermophysical properties on the Mont Jacques-Cartier summit and (ii to investigate the impact of snow on the spatial distribution of the ground surface temperature (GST using temperature sensors deployed over the summit. Results showed that above the local treeline, the summit is characterized by a snow cover typically less than 30 cm thick which is explained by the strong westerly winds interacting with the local surface roughness created by the physiography and surficial geomorphology of the site. The snowpack structure is fairly similar to that observed on windy Arctic tundra with a top dense wind slab (300 to 450 kg m−3 of high thermal conductivity, which facilitates heat transfer between the ground surface and the atmosphere. The mean annual ground surface temperature (MAGST below this thin and wind-packed snow cover was about −1 °C in 2013 and 2014, for the higher, exposed, blockfield-covered sector of the summit characterized by a sporadic herbaceous cover. In contrast, for the gentle slopes covered with stunted spruce (krummholz, and for the steep leeward slope to the south-east of the summit, the MAGST was around 3 °C in 2013 and 2014. The study concludes that the permafrost on Mont Jacques-Cartier, most widely in the Chic-Choc Mountains and by extension in the southern highest summits of the Appalachians, is therefore likely limited to the barren wind

  10. Wind-driven snow conditions control the occurrence of contemporary marginal mountain permafrost in the Chic-Choc Mountains, south-eastern Canada: a case study from Mont Jacques-Cartier

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    Davesne, Gautier; Fortier, Daniel; Domine, Florent; Gray, James T.

    2017-06-01

    We present data on the distribution and thermophysical properties of snow collected sporadically over 4 decades along with recent data of ground surface temperature from Mont Jacques-Cartier (1268 m a.s.l.), the highest summit in the Appalachians of south-eastern Canada. We demonstrate that the occurrence of contemporary permafrost is necessarily associated with a very thin and wind-packed winter snow cover which brings local azonal topo-climatic conditions on the dome-shaped summit. The aims of this study were (i) to understand the snow distribution pattern and snow thermophysical properties on the Mont Jacques-Cartier summit and (ii) to investigate the impact of snow on the spatial distribution of the ground surface temperature (GST) using temperature sensors deployed over the summit. Results showed that above the local treeline, the summit is characterized by a snow cover typically less than 30 cm thick which is explained by the strong westerly winds interacting with the local surface roughness created by the physiography and surficial geomorphology of the site. The snowpack structure is fairly similar to that observed on windy Arctic tundra with a top dense wind slab (300 to 450 kg m-3) of high thermal conductivity, which facilitates heat transfer between the ground surface and the atmosphere. The mean annual ground surface temperature (MAGST) below this thin and wind-packed snow cover was about -1 °C in 2013 and 2014, for the higher, exposed, blockfield-covered sector of the summit characterized by a sporadic herbaceous cover. In contrast, for the gentle slopes covered with stunted spruce (krummholz), and for the steep leeward slope to the south-east of the summit, the MAGST was around 3 °C in 2013 and 2014. The study concludes that the permafrost on Mont Jacques-Cartier, most widely in the Chic-Choc Mountains and by extension in the southern highest summits of the Appalachians, is therefore likely limited to the barren wind-exposed surface of the summit

  11. Los afectos como efectos del lenguaje sobre el cuerpo: de las pasiones de Aristóteles a los afectos en la teoría psicoanalítica de Freud y Lacan/Affections as effects of language on the body: from Aristotle's passions to affections in freudian and lacanian psychanalysis

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    Francisco Conde Soto

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    ... de pulsión de Freud, basado en la distinción entre un afecto y una representación. Finalmente, se presentará la comprensión lacaniana del afecto a partir de textos de su seminario La angustia (1962-63), Radiofonía (1970) y Televisión (1972). Palabras clave: afectos, psicoanálisis, Lacan, Freud, Aristóteles, pasiones. Abstract: The aim of this paper is to stand up the continuity between Aristotelian analysis of passions and the understanding of afections by Freudian and especially Lacanian psychoanalysis as effects of ...

  12. Francois Leblond, Prefect of the Auvergne Region, Prefect of the Puy-de-Dome, Jacques Fontaine, President of Blaise Pascal University, Clermond Ferrand, Prof. Jean-Claude Montret, former director of the Corpuscular Laboratory in front of the ATLAS mock-up

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    Francois Leblond, Prefect of the Auvergne Region, Prefect of the Puy-de-Dome, Jacques Fontaine, President of Blaise Pascal University, Clermond Ferrand, Prof. Jean-Claude Montret, former director of the Corpuscular Laboratory in front of the ATLAS mock-up

  13. La construcción del sujeto político. Un acercamiento a la obra musical de Emir kusturica & the no smoking orchestra desde la obra de Jacques Rancière

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    Erika Castañeda

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo trata de como la propuesta musical de Emir Kusturica & the no smoking orchestra, crea nuevas formas de percepción sobre situaciones de conflicto armado (la Guerra en Bosnia-Herzegovina y exclusión (relación con la comunidad Rom, que cambian por completo el imaginario impuesto por los medios de comunicación sobre tales fenómenos. Lo anterior es visto a la luz de la teoría estética y política de Jacques Rencière, quien considera que el objeto de la política es hacer visible la imposibilidad de un orden universal que pueda recoger a todas las partes de la sociedad

  14. Jacques FLEURENTIN. Guérisseurs et plantes médicinales du Yémen. Au pays de l’encens, de l’aloès et du café

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    Full Text Available Jacques Fleurentin, pharmacien et pharmacologue,  a commencé à bourlinguer au Yémen en 1976. Au cours d’une période de « coopération » à la Mission Médicale Française de Taez, où il assurait la gestion du laboratoire d’analyses médicales de l’hôpital de la République, son intérêt avait d’abord été attiré par le jabal Sabir, ce sommet régulièrement arrosé par la mousson et riche en plantes médicinales et en médecins traditionnels. Après plusieurs autres séjours, il en tira une thèse d’État en ...

  15. La subjetivación política más allá de la esfera pública: Michel Foucault, Jacques Rancière y Simone Weil

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    Full Text Available Se afirma que la subjetivación política no puede pensarse al margen de las manifestaciones éticas, artísticas y espirituales de la política, en cuanto que despliegan de distintas maneras unos efectos sobre lo que es asumido como común, y reconfiguran nuevas formas de concebir el sujeto político en caminos inusuales de la subjetivación. Se problematiza la subjetivación política a partir de tres lecturas: la crítica, con base en los planteamientos de Michel Foucault; una cierta interpretación de las prácticas artísticas, en Jacques Rancière; y una concepción de la espiritualidad y la política a la luz de los planteamientos de Simone Weil.

  16. Introduction: commentaries and author's response to "The rise and fall of the autochthonous self: from Italian Renaissance Art and Shakespeare to Hediegger, Lacan, and Intersubjectivism" by Richard D. Chessick.

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    Leffert, Mark; Schwartz, Scott C; Chessick, Richard D

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    intersubjectively formed and could be altered fundamentally by focus on intersubjective processes. The author contends that this attitude makes it less likely for the psychoanalyst to focus on the regressive transferences from which derivatives of the private self arise and to grasp the phenomenological whole of the patient (p. 625).

  17. Semiotics of the Other and Physical Beauty: The Cosmetics Industry and the Transformation of Ideals of Beauty in the U.S. and Japan, 1800's - 1960's

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    Isa, Masako; 伊佐, 雅子; 沖縄大学人文学部国際コミュニケーション学科

    2003-01-01

    This paper describes theoretical aspects of the "Other" by Jacques Lacan and examines the historical development of ideals of physical beauty in the United States and Japan. The Lacan's concept of the "Other" in relation to a technology for creating the appearance of the Other in the beauty industry is investigated. Cosmetic industry tries to create the appearance of the Other by using the technology of cosmetics and discourse of ads. In the U.S., beauty culture, motion pictures, the establis...

  18. RETRATO DEL ARTISTA JAMES JOYCE, ADOLESCENTE/A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST JAMES JOYCE AS A YOUNG MAN/PORTRAIT DE L'ARTISTE JAMES JOYCE EN JEUNE HOMME

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    Mario Elkin Ramírez

    2013-01-01

    ... some lessons in Seminar XXIII of Jacques Lacan with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, that was one of Lacan's sources, brings about how the work depicts Joyce as a young man, finding the knottings where the foreclosure of the Name of the Father did not allow him to respond and could lead to some detachments that would tri...

  19. Mesa redonda: lo masculino y lo femenino en el nuevo orden simbólico

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    Ríos, Christian; Sánchez, Blanca; Torres, Mónica Miriam; Matusevich, José

    2014-01-01

    A raíz de la finalización del seminario anual de la Cátedra Libre Jacques Lacan titulado: Lo masculino y lo femenino en el nuevo orden simbólico; diálogos y tensiones entre el psicoanálisis y las teorías de género, se lleva a cabo una mesa redonda con diferentes invitados. (Párrafo extraído del texto a modo de resumen) Sección: Lo masculino y lo femenino. Cátedra Libre Jacques Lacan

  20. Funes: la paradoja de la memoria // Funes: the paradox of memory

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    2012-01-01

    El presente artículo pretende seguir los lineamientos de Jacques Lacan sobre el acercamiento que el psicoanálisis debe tener a la obra literaria, sin caer en el mal llamado psicoanálisis aplicado, respetando los dichos del autor, sin pretensiones diagnósticas y a partir de los enigmas que la obra entregue. Se intenta hacer una lectura de Funes el memorioso de Jorge Luis Borges. // This paper aims to follow Jacques Lacan's guidelines on the approach that psychoanalysis must have to literary wo...

  1. Althusser's Mirror

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    Carsten Strathausen

    1994-01-01

    Full Text Available Jacques Lacan significantly influenced Althusser's accounts of ideology and the subject. Althusser's belief that science is a discourse without a subject parallels Lacan's belief that in the Symbolic Order the Subject and the Other are alienated. Althusser's account of interpellation, which explains how ideology recognizes individuals as subjects, takes for granted Lacan's notion of the mirror stage. Althusser repudiates the plenitude of the subject, whose interpellation conceals its lack; Lacan shows that the subject's failure to express itself in language makes the subject a void. However, Althusser, whose subject is too much like Lacan's ego, fails to distinguish between the "I" of the split subject and the "ego" of the subject's imaginary self-identity. What is more, Althusser rejects the self-consciousness implied by the subject's lack of plenitude and its suturing interpellation.

  2. Culture, Truth, and Science After Lacan.

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    Gillett, Grant

    2015-12-01

    Truth and knowledge are conceptually related and there is a way of construing both that implies that they cannot be solely derived from a description that restricts itself to a set of scientific facts. In the first section of this essay, I analyse truth as a relation between a praxis, ways of knowing, and the world. In the second section, I invoke the third thing-the objective reality on which we triangulate as knowing subjects for the purpose of complex scientific endeavours like medical science and clinical care. Such praxes develop robust methods of "keeping in touch" with disease and illness (like biomarkers). An analysis drawing on philosophical semantics motivates the needed (anti-scientistic) account of meaning and truth (and therefore knowledge) and underpins the following argument: (i) the formulation and dissemination of knowledge rests on language; (ii) language is selective in what it represents in any given situation; (iii) the praxes of a given (sub)culture are based on this selectivity; but (iv) human health and illness involve whole human beings in a human life-world; therefore, (v) medical knowledge should reflectively transcend, where required, biomedical science towards a more inclusive view. Parts three and four argue that a post-structuralist (Lacanian) account of the human subject can avoid both scientism and idealism or unconstrained relativism.

  3. Autenticidade: o psicanalista entre Ferenczi e Lacan

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    Daniel Migliani Vitorello

    2015-01-01

    Trata-se de uma pesquisa que aborda o psicanalista na relação com o seu ser. Uma vez que a psicanálise não é um mero conjunto de técnicas aprendidas e aplicadas, a dificuldade do seu ofício se torna complexa e singular e, sobretudo, ao psicanalista, coloca-se o problema da sua presença. Dessa forma, Freud logo percebeu a própria influência que os processos psíquicos do analista produziam em uma análise, de modo que, para ele, seria necessário que o analista se encontrasse em uma determinada p...

  4. Epistemologia della psicoanalisi tra Althusser e Lacan

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    Alberto Gualandi; Pietro Bianchi; Livio Boni; Stefano Pippa

    2015-01-01

    .... They were originally presented in Venice at the Ca’ Foscari University in December 2014, during a debate organized by Maria Turchetto and the Associazione Louis Althusser, following the first Italian translation of the two conferences on psycho...

  5. “Quem sabe eu ainda sou uma garotinha?!” Notas sobre a adolescência das meninas, seus sintomas e a relação mãe/filha.

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    Vera Pollo

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available This paper consists of some notes aiming to work out the psychoanalytic practice with adolescent girls at the Núcleo de Estudos da Saúde do Adolescente (Center for the Study of Adolescent Health. To this end, it presents some contemporary psychoanalysts' contributions together with Freud and Lacan's ones. It tackles some symptoms that have frequently appeared in the analytic processes of young women and discusses the mother-daughter relationship. Finally, it seeks to demonstrate that psychoanalysts may learn from adolescent girls.

  6. At the Intersection between the Subject and the Political: A Contribution to an Ongoing Discussion

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    Pais, Alexandre

    2016-01-01

    The issue of subjectivity has recently occasioned a lively discussion in this journal opposing socioculturalism and Lacanian psychoanalysis. By confronting Luis Radford's cultural theory with Jacques Lacan's psychoanalysis, Tony Brown sought to show the limitations of socioculturalism. This article takes advantage of that discussion to develop a…

  7. Desire

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    2017-01-01

    In this chapter I shall try to explain desire according to psychoanalysis (here primarily Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan), and why desire is also a concept for that which drives language, literature, and the reader. I hope to show what it means to focus on the dynamics of desire when analysing...

  8. The Original Linguistic Accumulation

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    Bjerre, Henrik Jøker

    2008-01-01

    This paper represents an attempt at identifying a lack (of a lack) in analytic philosophy. It claims that one of the central features common to a variety of analytic philosophies is the absence of an investigation of what Jacques Lacan has identified as the lack of being (manque à être). This lac...

  9. In Cite

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    who formulate ideas about creative writing without, however, making claims to instruction. Can creative writing that produces knowledge be taught without a method? Samuel Beckett, Raymond Federman, Gertrude Stein, Jacques Lacan, Frank O'Hara, Douglas Hofstadter, Brian Rotman, Herman Melville, Kathy...

  10. Application of Freudian Concepts to the Explication of Literary Texts ...

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    Nekky Umera

    Abstract: This article established and proved the age old relationship between. Psychology and Literature together with the application of Freudian concepts to the explication of literary texts. The interest of literary critics from Sigmund Freud to Jacques Lacan has been noticeable and remarkable in the field of psychoanalytic ...

  11. Application of Freudian Concepts to the Explication of Literary Texts ...

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    This article established and proved the age old relationship between. Psychology and Literature together with the application of Freudian concepts to the explication of literary texts. The interest of literary critics from Sigmund Freud to Jacques Lacan has been noticeable and remarkable in the field of psychoanalytic criticism.

  12. Two Cultures, Two Dialogists and Two Intersecting Theories

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    Ravenscroft, Lesley

    2012-01-01

    This paper presents some possibilities for applying the linguistic and psychological theories of two dialogists, Mikhail Bakhtin and Jacques Lacan, to the classroom. There is a short summary of how the two theories may interact with each other and then a discussion of their two opposing views of identity formation. Bakhtin was a Russian, coming…

  13. Affective Networks

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    2010-01-01

    This article sets out the idea of affective networks as a constitutive feature of communicative capitalism. It explores the circulation of intensities in contemporary information and communication networks, arguing that this circulation should be theorized in terms of the psychoanalytic notion of the drive. The article includes critical engagements with theorists such as Guy Debord, Jacques Lacan, Tiziana Terranova, and Slavoj Zizek.

  14. Antihumanism in the Humanities.

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    Schwartz, Joel

    1990-01-01

    Analyzes the antihumanistic elements of Jacques Derrida's theory of deconstruction. Argues that the modern French intellectuals, including Foucault, Derrida, and Lacan, have had an antihumanistic effect on the American social sciences and humanities by rejecting the existence of truth, morality, and rationality. (FMW)

  15. Hvad nu hvis sommerfuglen er ekshibitionist?

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    2008-01-01

    Groft sagt vil denne artikel, ved at aflæse hvad hhv. Inger Christensen, Sigmund Freud og Jacques Lacan har at sige om sommerfugle, argumentere for at der er et afgørende skel mellem naturvidenskab og litteraturvidenskab; mellem naturen, dyret, sommerfuglen på den ene side og bevidstheden...

  16. PSYCHOANALYTIC INTERPRETATION OF JUSTICE IN CONTEXT OF PROBLEMS OF TECHNO-GENESIS (Part II

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    N. I. Mushinskij

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Carl Gustav Jung, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney, Jacques Lacan, Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari continue to develop a psychoanalytic theory of Freud under modern conditions. They investigate archetypes of unconscious which are linked with up-to-date conception of Justice. Ethics of psychoanalysis interprets the category of Justice from humanistic positions in the context of the techno-genesis processes.

  17. PSYCHOANALYTIC INTERPRETATION OF JUSTICE IN CONTEXT OF PROBLEMS OF TECHNO-GENESIS (Part II)

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    2009-01-01

    Carl Gustav Jung, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney, Jacques Lacan, Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari continue to develop a psychoanalytic theory of Freud under modern conditions. They investigate archetypes of unconscious which are linked with up-to-date conception of Justice. Ethics of psychoanalysis interprets the category of Justice from humanistic positions in the context of the techno-genesis processes.

  18. Kunst og Filosofi i det 20. Århundrede

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    . Carsten Thau: Den magiske genstand : om samlerens lidenskab med udgangspunkt i nogle motiver hos Walter Benjamin. Per Aage Brandt: Batailles Manet ; Merleau-Ponty : insistensens filosofi. Otto Pedersen: Jacques Lacan : psykoanalyse, kunst og filosofi Marianne Stidsen: Værkets paradoks : Maurice Blanchot...

  19. La guerra y el deleite taciturno

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    MARIA C. CASTRO

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available La guerra, tal como la anuncia Jacques Lacan, es una forma de comercio interhumano. una aproximación a sus planteamientos sobre la conformación bélica permite dilucidar en ella la puesta del sujeto, la configuración del enemigo y la disputa en juego, como

  20. 2760-IJBCS-Article-Jacque Boco Adjakpa

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    objective of the study was to investigate the ethno botanical uses of custard apple (Annona senegalensis) in. Benin. A survey carried out in Dassa-Zoumé township showed that population uses Annona senegalenis to treat many diseases including injury, wound, .... mixture of triturated young leaves and lemon juice. Oral.

  1. 1289-IJBCS-Article- Saizanou Jacques

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    association donnée par la régression logistique est l'odds ratio .... (n = 110). Bonne qualité GATPA. (n = 64). P-value. Tranche d'âge (ans). 0.239. ≤ 24. 41.8. 32.8. > 24. 58.2. 67.2. Niveau d'instruction. 0.101. Non scolarisée. 62.7. 50.0. Scolarisée.

  2. 2045-IJBCS-Article-Bagalwa Jacques

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    This study assessed sediment and nutrient loads in Lwiro river, Lake Kivu basin in the Democratic. Republic of Congo. Water discharge was measured and water samples were collected twice a month from 6 sites in Lwiro river system and analyzed for total suspended sediment (SS), temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen.

  3. 380-IJBCS-Article-Dougnon Jacques

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    Calavi (UAC), ... Ils ont été répartis en : Lot 1 (30 rats): animaux témoins sans .... Les flavonoïdes auxquels on attribue les effets biologiques de l'extrait d'Ananas comosus ont été recherchés et séparés par chromatographie sur couche mince ...

  4. 1678-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Fatombi

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    aluminium, 94% de fer et 90% de manganèse ont été éliminés. Ces résultats montrent que la combinaison de Moringa oleifera avec le sulfate d'aluminium conduit à des taux d'abattement de fer et de manganèse meilleurs que ceux obtenus avec le ...

  5. 2118-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Dougnon

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    développement futur de ce type de soins de santé (OMS, 2002). L'importance de l'usage des plantes est plus grande ... premiers soins de santé. La popularité de la pharmacopée traditionnelle dans les pays en .... des plaies ; le décocté des feuilles est utilisé par voie orale pour soulager les douleurs abdominales et les ...

  6. De visie op literatuur van Jacques Derrida

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    1997-01-01

    The aim of this thesis is to describe and explain Derrida's view of literature against the background of his linguistic philosophy. A key concept in this respect is "invention de l'autre": the evocation of "the other" (the singular, ineffable and incomparable) by an experimental use of language.

  7. 1678-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Fatombi

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    simulated groundwater via ozone technology. Desalination, 249(3): 1345-. 1349. Bawa LM, Djanéyé-Boundjou G, Soulémane. AG, Kpékpassi L. 2008. Etude de la clarification d'une eau de surface par une substance naturelle (les extraits de. Moringa oleifera Lam): Incidence sur la demande en chlore. Phys. Chem. News,.

  8. 2251-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Sawadogo

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    Dans le cadre de la valorisation des matériaux d'origine artisanale du Burkina Faso, deux (02) types d'échantillons d'ustensiles de cuisine (marmites artisanales) en aluminium prélevés dans les différentes zones de la ville de Ouagadougou, ont subi une série d'analyses chimiques. L'artisanat pose le problème de la ...

  9. Introduction Robin Melrose The French philosopher Jacques ...

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    from this vantage the theme of difference is incompatible with the static, synchronic, taxonomic .... theme - the point of departure of the message - information focus and conjuctions). 3"2 A brief illustration should clarify .... See Derrida, J., Margins of Philosophy, Bass, A. (trans.),. Chicago: The University Press, 1982. 4.

  10. 2294-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Sawadogo

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    Feb 17, 2006 ... order to improve conditions for the synthesis of semiconductor materials (MoSe2 and WSe2 polycrystalline powders and single crystals), a sound knowledge ...... on graphene: an advanced catalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 133: 7296‐7299. Liu L, Kumar SB, Ouyang Y, Guo J.

  11. 1301-IJBCS-Article-Dougnon Jacques

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    les mêmes échantillons afin d'évaluer leur niveau de dégradation. Il est apparu que, la qualité bactériologique des poissons analysés n'est pas satisfaisante en comparaison à la norme par rapport à leur charge en coliformes. Ces analyses ont permis de constater que 24% des poissons sont contaminés par les Spores des.

  12. 324-IJBCS-Article-Dougnon Jacques

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    2 Unité de Biologie Humaine, Faculté des Sciences de la Santé, UAC, Cotonou, Bénin. * Corresponding author, Email: dougnonj@yahoo.fr. ABSTRACT. Effect of pineapple (Ananas comosus) on liver and kidney detoxication was studied in Wistar rats. Rats were treated with paracetamol at the dose of 2 g/kg of body weight ...

  13. 2045-IJBCS-Article-Bagalwa Jacques

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    the natural processes, i.e. precipitation inputs, erosion, weathering, and .... washing. The substratum is composed of mud and small stones. The vegetation consists of a mixture of emergent macrophytes, Commelina diffusa, Pennisetum purpureum and Riparia sp. ..... the United Nations), (1993) classification of surface water ...

  14. The scientific legacy of Jacques Monod.

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    Morange, Michel

    2010-03-01

    The operon model was the last "great" discovery of molecular biology, and a decisive event for the entrance of molecular biology into embryology. But the work of Monod was not limited to the elaboration of this model. He was one of the founders of molecular biology, in the paradigm of which biologists still work. I focus on two episodes of Monod's career--his strong opposition to Lysenkoism and the elaboration of the allosteric model--to outline the ideas and convictions of the early molecular biologists. Copyright 2010 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved.

  15. Lacan’s construction and deconstruction of the schema of the two mirrors

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available In the nineteen fifties Jacques Lacan developed a set-up with a concave mirror and a plane mirror, based on which he described the nature of human identification. He also formulated ideas on how psychoanalysis, qua clinical practice, responds to identification. In this paper Lacan’s schema of the two mirrors is described in detail and the theoretical line of reasoning he aimed to articulate with aid of this spatial model is discussed. It is argued that Lacan developed his double-mirror device to clarify the relationship between the drive, the ego, the ideal ego, the ego ideal, the other and the Other. This model helped Lacan describe the dynamics of identification and explain how psychoanalytic treatment works. He argued that by working with free association, psychoanalysis aims to articulate unconscious desire, and bypass the tendency of the ego for misrecognition. The reasons why Lacan stressed the limits of his double-mirror model and no longer considered it useful from the early nineteen sixties onward are examined. It is argued that his concept of the gaze, which he qualifies as a so-called ‘object a,’ prompted Lacan move away from his double-mirror set-up. In those years Lacan gradually began to study the tension between drive and signifier. The schema of the two mirrors, by contrast, focused on the tension between image and signifier, and missed the point Lacan aimed to address in this new era of his work.

  16. Lacan’s Construction and Deconstruction of the Double-Mirror Device

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    Vanheule, Stijn

    2011-01-01

    In the 1950s Jacques Lacan developed a set-up with a concave mirror and a plane mirror, based on which he described the nature of human identification. He also formulated ideas on how psychoanalysis, qua clinical practice, responds to identification. In this paper Lacan’s schema of the two mirrors is described in detail and the theoretical line of reasoning he aimed to articulate with aid of this spatial model is discussed. It is argued that Lacan developed his double-mirror device to clarify the relationship between the drive, the ego, the ideal ego, the ego-ideal, the other, and the Other. This model helped Lacan describe the dynamics of identification and explain how psychoanalytic treatment works. He argued that by working with free association, psychoanalysis aims to articulate unconscious desire, and bypass the tendency of the ego for misrecognition. The reasons why Lacan stressed the limits of his double-mirror model and no longer considered it useful from the early 1960s onward are examined. It is argued that his concept of the gaze, which he qualifies as a so-called “object a,” prompted Lacan move away from his double-mirror set-up. In those years Lacan gradually began to study the tension between drive and signifier. The schema of the two mirrors, by contrast, focused on the tension between image and signifier, and missed the point Lacan aimed to address in this new era of his work. PMID:21949511

  17. Agressividade da criança no espaço escolar: uma abordagem psicanalítica

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    Giseli Monteiro Gagliotto

    2012-01-01

    in children. To this end, broke the concepts of life drive and death drive, formulated by Freud (1920 by forming themselves as central to the aggressive approach. For Freud we are all moved by the life drive (Eros and death instinct (thanatos that are located between the body and psyche. Develops the relationship between the concepts of aggressiveness and affection as well, according to the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Points to the differences between the concepts of aggressiveness and violence. Proposes a theoretical debate on the institutional environment of aggressive school-on situations that occur frequently in this context. Discusses the role of parents and teachers against the aggressive situations. Presents possibilities of intervention from the psychoanalytic theory and its contributions to educational work.

  18. Le début du ive s. av. J.-C. dans l’espace culturel sénonais : les habitats de Bois d’Echalas à Ville-Saint-Jacques et de Beauchamp à Varennes-sur-Seine (Seine-et-Marne dans le contexte de l’interfluve Seine-Yonne The beginning of the 4th century BC in the the cultural space of the 'Sénonais': the settlements of Bois d’Echalas at Ville-Saint-Jacques and Beauchamp at Varennes-sur-Seine (Seine-et-Marne in the context of the land separating the Seine and the Yonne

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    Jean-Marc Séguier

    2008-04-01

    Full Text Available L’étude de deux habitats du début du ive s. av. J.-C. installés à proximité de la confluence Seine-Yonne permet de définir le faciès mobilier de cette partie du Bassin parisien au cours de La Tène B1a, notamment grâce à l’association d’un important cortège de céramiques locales et importées et d’un mobilier métallique significatif. L’analyse des structures de conservation et du mobilier conduit à établir une hiérarchie des établissements. Celui de Ville-Saint-Jacques, Bois d’Echalas, occupe une place prééminente dans le système social mis en place dans la région considérée, alors que celui de Varennes-sur-Seine, Beauchamp, se révèle d’un niveau inférieur. Au-delà de la comparaison entre les deux sites, c’est une lecture socio-économique de l’organisation territoriale qui est proposée.The study of two settlements of the beginning of the 4th century BC near the confluence of the Seine and the Yonne enables us to define the movable culture of this part of the Paris basin during La Tène B1a, notably because of the association of an important series of local and imported ceramics and significant metal articles. The analysis of the structures of conservation and of furniture lead to the establishment of a hierachy of settlements. That of Ville-Saint-Jacques, Bois d’Echalas, occupied a prominent place in the social system set up in the region in question, whereas that of Varennes-sur-Seine, Beauchamp, proved to be of a lower level. Beyond the comparison between the two sites, what is presented is a socio-economic lecture on territorial organisation.

  19. Estado actual de la investigación: "La invención de nuevos dispositivos: el 'montaje del marco de la escena' en una clínica de la esquizofrenia"

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    Zanchettin, Joceline Fátima

    2012-01-01

    La presente investigación aborda el campo teórico y clínico de la psicosis esquizofrénica a partir del psicoanálisis desarrollado por Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan. Adoptamos como eje, la definición de estructura clínica planteada por Lacan, pero problematizamos el abordaje de la psicosis esquizofrénica en términos de déficit, sosteniendo el carácter transclinico de los conceptos que fundan el campo psicoanalítico freudiano-lacaniano. Sostenidos en la hipótesis de que el sujeto en la psicosis...

  20. Eternal hate and conscience: on the filiation between Freudian psychoanalysis and sixteenth and early seventeenth century Protestant thought.

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    Westerink, Herman

    2011-01-01

    In his seminar on ethics Jacques Lacan suggests there exists a "filiation or cultural paternity" between Freudian psychoanalysis and a "new direction of thought" that starts with Luther's conceptualization of God's eternal hate of man, and is then futher continued in Calvinism. In this article this thesis is explored. The author argues that there is not only a familiarity between the Protestant doctrines of predestination and Freud's reconstruction of prehistoric events and primal scenes, but also that Lacan's views on conscience formation and his elaborations of the complexity of moral decisions resembles Calvinist thought on civil and spiritual conscience, and the longing for restoration of a lost image of God.

  1. A noção de singularidade na psicanálise lacaniana: aspectos teóricos, clínicos e sociais

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    2016-01-01

    Este trabalho visa problematizar a noção de singularidade na psicanálise lacaniana. Embora não seja propriamente um conceito, tampouco um termo recorrente na obra de Freud, ganha destaque especial em Jacques Lacan e em seus comentadores. Foi o que pudemos verificar quando focalizando o tema da direção do tratamento, realizamos uma leitura crítica do uso dessa noção tanto na obra de Lacan como na de seus seguidores de diversas escolas. Escolhemos circunscrever nossa reflexão ao campo da direçã...

  2. A portrait of the artist James Joyce as a young man

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    Mario Elkin Ramírez

    2013-01-01

    La confrontación de algunas lecciones del Seminario XXIII de Jacques Lacan con El retrato del artista adolescente de James Joyce, que fue una de las fuentes de Lacan, da por resultado sorprendente cómo la obra plasma a Joyce adolescente, encontrando los anudamientos allí donde la forclusión del Nombre del Padre no le permitía responder y podría dar lugar a desenganches que lo harían desencadenar su psicosis. No obstante, con su obra iba construyendo poco a poco una obra que le sirvió de Sinth...

  3. Las caligrafías heréticas de León Ferrari

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    2015-01-01

    Un miembro fundador del CIHABAPAI, el Club de los Impíos, Herejes, Apóstatas, Blasfemos, Ateos, Paganos, Agnósticos e Infieles, más precisamente, quien se presume fuera su mentor, me refiero a León Ferrari, realiza en 1964 una obra en la que se conectan dos de los tópicos que lo obsesionarán: la letra y la religión, fundamentalmente aquella que Lacan llamó la verdadera. Cátedra Libre Jacques Lacan

  4. Prantsuse suursaaadiku hr. Jean-Jacques Subrenat sissejuhatav sõnavõtt / Jean-Jacques Subrenat

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    Subrenat, Jean-Jacques

    2002-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Proceedings of the 8th International conference Estonia and the European Union : Estonia on its way to a changing Europe : October 31-November 2, 2001. - Tallinn, lk., lk. 124-131. Kriisi juhtimise puhul on EL roll eeskätt olla võimeline juhtima kogu erinevate ülesannete paletti alates politseoperatsioonidest kuni rahutagamiseni, alates ülesehitamisest kuni institutsioonide loomiseni

  5. The psychologist, the psychoanalyst and the 'extraordinary child' in postwar British science fiction.

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    Tisdall, Laura

    2016-12-01

    A sudden influx of portrayals of 'extraordinary children' emerged in British science fiction after the Second World War. Such children both violated and confirmed the new set of expectations about ordinary childhood that emerged from the findings of developmental psychologists around the same time. Previous work on extraordinary children in both science fiction and horror has tended to confine the phenomenon to an 'evil child boom' within the American filmmaking industry in the 1970s. This article suggests that a much earlier trend is visible in British postwar science fiction texts, analysing a cluster of novels that emerged in the 1950s: Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End (1953), William Golding's Lord of the Flies (1954) and John Wyndham's The Midwich Cuckoos (1957). It will be argued that the groups of extraordinary children in these novels both tap into newer child-centred assertions about the threats posed by abnormal childhood, underwritten by psychology and psychoanalysis, and represent a reaction to an older progressive tradition in which children were envisaged as the single hope for a utopian future. This article will ultimately assert that the sudden appearance of extraordinary children in science fiction reflects a profound shift in assessment criteria for healthy childhood in Britain from the 1950s onwards, an issue that had become vitally important in a fledgling social democracy. Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. For permission to use (where not already granted under a licence) please go to http://www.bmj.com/company/products-services/rights-and-licensing/.

  6. [Historical research in psychoanalysis. On the method of historical research in psychoanalysis. Reflections of a psychoanalyst].

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    Merendino, R

    1993-01-01

    Psychoanalysis, aside from being a therapeutic science, is a historical science: it is concerned not only with man himself, but also with his biography, the products of his intellect and of his hands. As historical research, it has adopted research methods proper to history: documents are collected and supplemented with biographical data, connections are woven together and processes are established. But it does not stop at this point: it seeks to understand, through the study of documentary material, the workings of the mind, beyond direct observation. Documents are treated as "signs" and "manifestations" of this world of representations, of fantasies and forces that constitute the ultimate matrix of subjective individual events and historical events. The research method is, at this level, the same that is used to decipher the unconscious world and dream messages: the recounted, experienced, or certified events are considered to be dreams or fragments of dreams, effects of condensation, moving, schisms, and fragmentations carried out by the thought process.

  7. [Evenly floating attention, models and theories of the cognitive process of the psychoanalyst].

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    König, H

    1996-04-01

    The perception process taking place in the mind of the analyst in the psycho-analytic situation is a constant oscillation between the temptation to be guided too much by theory and the dangers of trusting to feelings and intuition alone. In order to avoid the pitfalls of this Scylla and Charybdis situation and with a view to reconciling empathy and knowledge in such a way as to provide optimal access to the patient's unconscious, the author draws upon a model devised by W.R. Bion. The author claims that Bion's model, an intermedium between affect and cognition, achieves the integration of evenly suspended attention and theory-guided perception by taking account of patient's experiential objects while at the same time allowing scope for cognitive activity, a process which Bion calls "intervening phase" König then briefly recounts a case study illustrating the possibility of achieving interpretations that combine both empathy and knowledge.

  8. O caso Aimée e a causalidade psíquica

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    Andréa Hortélio Fernandes

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available O artigo discute as formulações acerca da causalidade psíquica nos primórdios da obra de Jacques Lacan. Com base na análise do caso Aimée, presente na tese de psiquiatria de Lacan, busca demonstrar como a hipótese de uma origem social nos mecanismos psíquicos de autopunição da paranóia permite a Lacan articular, alguns anos depois, identificação e causalidade psíquica.The case of Aimée and psychic causality. The article discusses the formulations about psychic causality in Lacan's early work. Based on the analysis of the Aimée case of Lacan's psychiatric thesis, it tries to demonstrate how the hypothesis of social origin in the psychic mechanisms of self-punishment present in the paranoia, make it possible for Lacan to articulate, years later, identification and psychic causality.

  9. History and Psi knowledges – interdisciplinary considerations

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    José D'Assunção Barros

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available This article aims to examine the interdisciplinary relations between History and psi knowledge, attempting to elaborate a comparative parallel between History of Mentalities, History of Imaginary, and also other historiographical modalities that interact with Psychology. The intention is to clarify some central aspects related to these fields of History and to discuss the historiography concerning each one of these modalities, in order to examine authors as Johannes Huizinga, Marc Bloch, Lucien Febvre, Robert Mandrou, Carlo Ginzburg, Philippe Ariès, Michel Vovelle, Georges Duby, Jacques Le Goff e Jean Delumeau, and at the same time discuss influences of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, Wilhelm Reich and others.

  10. Funes: la paradoja de la memoria // Funes: the paradox of memory

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    Beatriz Elena Maya Restrepo

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo pretende seguir los lineamientos de Jacques Lacan sobre el acercamiento que el psicoanálisis debe tener a la obra literaria, sin caer en el mal llamado psicoanálisis aplicado, respetando los dichos del autor, sin pretensiones diagnósticas y a partir de los enigmas que la obra entregue. Se intenta hacer una lectura de Funes el memorioso de Jorge Luis Borges. // This paper aims to follow Jacques Lacan's guidelines on the approach that psychoanalysis must have to literary work, without succumbing to the misnamed applied psychoanalysis, respecting the author's words, without diagnostic aspirations, and from the enigmas the work offers. A reading of Jorge Luis Borges' Funes the Memorious is hoped.

  11. A PSICANÁLISE, O TRABALHO E O LAÇO SOCIAL

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    Cintia da Silva Lobato Borges

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Embora Freud destaque o trabalho como uma importante fonte de satisfação libidinal, ainda hoje muitos psicanalistas ignoram a relevância do estudo deste tema. Neste artigo, pretendemos abordar as questões relativas ao trabalho e ao desejo a partir dos quatros discursos propostos por Jacques Lacan e também de vários autores das ciências sociais.

  12. Begær

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    2012-01-01

    Kapitlet redegør for psykoanalysens ( Sigmund Freuds og Jacques Lacans) begreb om begær, og hvorfor det også er et begreb for sprogets og litteraturens og læserens drivkraft. Det søges demonstreret, hvad det betyder at fokusere på begærsdynamikken både på kompositionens, tematikkens og receptione...

  13. Acerca de la verleugnung en el contrato masoquista // About the Verleugnung in the masoquist´s contract

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    Elena Bisso

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este estudio es mostrar la lógica del contrato masoquista en la relación entre el sujeto y el gran Otro. En este caso, la Verleugnung es el modo de desmentida de "lo que no cesa de no escribirse" en las fórmulas de la sexuación de Jacques Lacan. La diferencia más relevante entre la literatura del amor cortés y este tipo de contrato en el modo en que enfrentan lo imposible, es que la primera es el producto de la sublimación. El contrato masoquista tiene la naturaleza del fetiche. La importancia del contrato masoquista fue un punto de coincidencia entre Jacques Lacan y Gilles Deleuze en el período 1966-1969, y constituye un elemento destacado para el estudio de la perversión en psicoanálisis. // The purpose of this study is to show the logic of the contract´s masochist in the relation between the subject and the big Other. In this case, the Verleugnung is the way of disavowal "that which does not cease to not write itself" or the impossible in Jacques Lacan's sexuation formulas. The most relevant difference between the literature of courtly love and this sytle of contract about facing the impossible is that the first is the product of sublimation. The contract´s masochist has the nature of a fetish. The importance of the contract´s masochist was a point of coincidence between Jacques Lacan and Gilles Deleuze in the period 1966-1969, and it constitutes a remarkable element for the studies of the perversion in psychoanalysis

  14. Algunos aspectos de la ilusión en la política

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    Fernando M. González

    1999-12-01

    Full Text Available This text analyzes the question of illusions in politics and is based, fundamentally, on the ideas of Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan and Pierre Bourdieu. Key concepts are the illusion of the illusion and oracle effects. These are used in an effort to explain an effect of group-forming, in which ambiguity and usurpation of representations form part of a certain kind of political grouping.

  15. Affective Networks

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    Jodi Dean

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available This article sets out the idea of affective networks as a constitutive feature of communicative capitalism. It explores the circulation of intensities in contemporary information and communication networks, arguing that this circulation should be theorized in terms of the psychoanalytic notion of the drive. The article includes critical engagements with theorists such as Guy Debord, Jacques Lacan, Tiziana Terranova, and Slavoj Zizek.

  16. Det ubevidstes etik

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    2012-01-01

    Kapitlet tager udgangspunkt i Jacques Lacans hævdelse af, af det ubevidstes status er etisk og argumenterer herudfra for en forståelse af psykoanalysen som en etik, der går ud på at møde den anden og det andet med en lydhør åbenhed. Denne lydhøre åbenhed tager sin begyndelse med Freuds lytten til...

  17. Weiblicher Homunculus und Medialisierung des Körpers The Female Homunculus and the Medialisation of the Body

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    Natascha Ueckmann

    2003-01-01

    Astrid Deuber-Mankowskys Studie bietet spannende Einblicke in Fragestellungen der Medien- und Cybertheorien sowie in die aktuelle Forschung der Gender Studies. Sie bedient sich des Phänomens Lara Croft, um an ihm gegenwärtige Theorien (Judith Butler, Teresa de Lauretis, Marshall McLuhan, Slavoj Žižek, Jacques Lacan) zu diskutieren und auf ihre Anwendbarkeit zu erproben. Das besondere Anliegen des vorliegenden Essays ist es, neue Kommunikationsverhältnisse der postmodernen Gesellschaft aufzuze...

  18. A anamorfose na composição de Las meninas de Picasso

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    Geraldo Carlos do Nascimento

    2000-11-01

    Full Text Available The reading that Picasso has done of Velázquez’s portrait Las meninas demonstrates evidences of a process of distortions which is shown on the fifty-eight canvases that he had painted inspired in the abovementioned masterpiece. This text intends to mark that those distortions, which - according to Jacques Lacan - are typical from an anamorphics process, went deeper as Picasso moved away from the original and allowed his own enunciation to come out.

  19. La materia metamorfica. Percorsi nel Surrealismo di Salvador Dalì

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    Nigro, Francesco

    2010-01-01

    Questo lavoro effettua un attraversamento dell’opera artistica e letteraria del genio surrealista Salvador Dalì, mediante un continuo rifermento ai passi della teoria psicoanalitica di Sigmund Freud e Jacques Lacan, evidenziando il tema costante della “metamorfosi”. I capitoli trattano del problema della definizione della paranoia, della rappresentazione dello smembramento corporeo, delle suggestioni dalla fisica nucleare, delle riprese dall’arte classica, rinascimentale e barocca, del...

  20. The semiotics of gender.

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    Van Buren, J

    1992-01-01

    The semiotics of gender are investigated in this article for the purpose of exploring the way that deep unconscious motives in relationship to cultural biases give rise to gender concepts. Theories of semiotic processes, including Jacques Lacan's concept of the psychoanalytic signifier, are explained briefly and applied to the signs of gender. The article concludes that gender concepts develop out of biology, unconscious feelings, and social patterning, and are not given, natural, and irrevocable.

  1. Rêve et adolescence

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    David Bernard

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, adolescence is studied from the angle of the new dreams which surprise subjects at this time of life. We will consider what the work of the subconscious and the encoding of pleasure it carries out contribute to adolescence. The paper shows the extent to which adolescence consists in a new desire which affects the subject, with reference to Frank Wedekind's play Spring Awakening and Jacques Lacan's commentary on this work.

  2. Rêve et adolescence

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    David Bernard

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, adolescence is studied from the angle of the new dreams which surprise subjects at this time of life. We will consider what the work of the subconscious and the encoding of pleasure it carries out contribute to adolescence. The paper shows the extent to which adolescence consists in a new desire which affects the subject, with reference to Frank Wedekind's play Spring Awakening and Jacques Lacan's commentary on this work.

  3. Lacan's psycho-analytic evacuation of the rainbow nation identity ...

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    theorised and often simplistic perspectives on the one hand, and its ideological and limited representations on the other. Key Words: rainbow nation, identity, Lacanian psycho-analysis, rainbowism, South African identity. Tydskrif vir letterkunde ...

  4. Notes Towards a Phenomenological Reading of Lacan | Kemp ...

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    Phenomenological psychotherapy, while critiquing psychoanalytic theories, has always sought to draw on and be inspired by these (and other) approaches. To read psychoanalysis through the lens of existential-phenomenology opens, deepens and perhaps even rehabilitates this body of work. In this paper, the work of the ...

  5. Usos y estatutos del cuerpo: Lacan y el pensamiento contemporaneo

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    González, Ana Cecilia

    2014-01-01

    Esta tesis se estructura en torno a dos interrogantes. En primer lugar, explora las condiciones y características del dilatado campo de los estudios contemporáneos del cuerpo. En segundo término, y de modo más específico, investiga en qué medida los teóricos del cuerpo han repensado la relación cuerpo/alma teniendo en cuenta lo descubierto por el psicoanálisis acerca de dicha relación. Con el fin de responder estas preguntas, ha sido necesario abordar y desarrollar la concepción del cuerpo se...

  6. RETRATO DEL ARTISTA JAMES JOYCE, ADOLESCENTE // A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST JAMES JOYCE AS A YOUNG MAN

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    Mario Elkin Ramírez

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available La confrontación de algunas lecciones del Seminario XXIII de Jacques Lacan con El retrato del artista adolescente de James Joyce, que fue una de las fuentes de Lacan, da por resultado sorprendente cómo la obra plasma a Joyce adolescente, encontrando los anudamientos allí donde la forclusión del Nombre del Padre no le permitía responder y podría dar lugar a desenganches que lo harían desencadenar su psicosis. No obstante, con su obra iba construyendo poco a poco una obra que le sirvió de Sinthoma y anudamiento a su estructura. // The contrast between some lessons in Seminar XXIII of Jacques Lacan with A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce, that was one of Lacan's sources, brings about how the work depicts Joyce as a young man, finding the knottings where the foreclosure of the Name of the Father did not allow him to respond and could lead to some detachments that would trigger his psychosis. Nevertheless, with his work he was gradually building a work that was useful as Sinthome and knotting of his structure.

  7. La nominación imaginaria en la neurosis obsesiva The imaginary nomination in the obsessional neurosis

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    Claudio Godoy

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo abordamos -en el marco de una investigación sobre las neurosis en el último período de la enseñanza de Jacques Lacan (1974-1981- la neurosis obsesiva a partir de una las tres formas de anudamiento propuestas por Lacan en el Seminario 22 "R.S.I.": la nominación imaginaria. La misma nos permitirá realizar una relectura de la función de la defensa en la neurosis obsesiva en su relación con el yo, la consciencia-de-si y la inhibición. También nos dará una formalización nodal, la cual constituye una escritura que permite localizar diversos problemas clínicos propios de esta neurosis.In this work we will tackle -as a part of an investigation about neurosis in the last period of Jacques Lacan teaching (1974-1981- the imaginary nomination in the obsessional neurosis as one of the three ways of linkages propounded by Lacan in the Seminar 22 "R.S.I." . This will enable us to make a new reading between the obsessional neurosis and the ego, the self-conscience and the inhibition. This will also give us a nodal formalization, permitting localize different clinic and specific problems from this neurosis.

  8. O processo decisório em Charles Edward Lindblom e a vontade geral em Jean-Jacques Rousseau: reflexões acerca da participação política e da necessidade de educação para essa participação

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    Roberta Aline Sbrana

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available Na obra O Processo de Decisão Política, Charles Edward Lindblom tece reflexões acerca desse processo, destacando a relevância da participação política dos cidadãos em geral. Entretanto, esse autor alerta a necessidade da existência de uma educação que tenha como compromisso a formação de homens e mulheres para a participação social, pois somente a partir dessa educação tal participação poderá se efetivar. Do mesmo modo, na obra O Contrato Social, Jean-Jacques Rousseau apresenta considerações acerca da importância da participação do povo no processo de elaboração desse contrato, a qual ocorrerá por intermédio da “vontade geral”. Mas essa participação implica a criação de uma educação voltada para a formação do homem como indivíduo e cidadão, para que este participe de forma ativa da sociedade, tal como expõe em seu tratado pedagógico – Emílio ou Da Educação. O intuito desse trabalho é evidenciar que em ambas as reflexões esses autores discutem sobre essa relevância da participação política dos cidadãos, a qual, segundo sua visão, será concretizada apenas pela existência de uma educação que valorize a formação para a participação.

  9. Sobre um "individualismo" de Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Cláudio Reis

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available O artigo discute um aspecto da apropriação, por parte de Rousseau, do modelo contratualista - em especial, do ponto de partida "individualista" geralmente implicado por esse modelo.À igualdade e à liberdade , tradicionalmente associadas pelos autores contratualistas ao indivíduo e ilustradas paradgmaticamente na hipótese do estado de natureza,Rousseau acrescenta uma terceira,a unidade.Esse acréscimo revela-se fundamental,como o texto tenta mostrar,desdobrando a dupla perspectiva em que, a partir de Rousseau, pode-se pôr as relações entre indivíduo e comunidade:a perspectiva da teoria da lei,desenvolvida sobretudo no Contrato Social, e uma outra,que sugerimos no texto chamar de perspectiva do Legislador.

  10. Alcune note sulla ricezione anglosassone di Jacques Derrida

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    Luca Gianconi

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available The paper investigates some aspects of the relations between Derrida’s thought and the XX century american mainstream of thought in philosophy. In order to do this, it deepens the relevant perspective of deconstruction through frequent comparisons with crucial standpoint in history of philosophy, such as Aristotle, Descartes, Hegel, Heidegger.

  11. Jacques Monod and the Advent of the Age of Operons

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    In this article, I will focus on the first, more because of personal competence than any other reason. Monod himself considered his contributions on allostery to be more significant than the operon model. He is reported to have surprised his colleagues one day by saying that he had discovered the “second secret of life”.

  12. Jacques Dubois, Pour Albertine. Proust et le sens du social

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    Mauger, Gérard

    2017-01-01

    Les lectures canoniques de La Recherche qui fétichisent et hypostasient « le sujet psychologique », distinguent le Proust de la subjectivité et de l’introspection (l’analyste de la mémoire et de la jalousie), le Proust poétique, amateur des haies d’aubépines et de poiriers en fleur, et le Proust du tableau social (l’analyste des salons aristocratiques et bourgeois), le poète et le sociologue faisant figure d’auxiliaires du psychologue, le poétique et le social enchâssant le psychologique. La ...

  13. Lombard Jacques, Dir., L’École et les sciences

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    Gilles Ferréol

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Dans son introduction, Jean Lombard attire notre attention sur un constat préoc­cupant : «L’enseignement des sciences à l’école a toutes les apparences d’un orphelin du savoir. Il n’a de scientifique — et encore très superficiellement­ — que les dé­marches proposées, et non les contenus. Ce qui le rend tributaire du recours à des ap­proches pédagogiques [célébrant] des apprentissages transversaux» (p.16. L’«accès de tous à la connaissance et à l’exigence de vérité» s’en trouve, dès lors, ent...

  14. XV "Jacques-Louis Lions" Spanish-French School

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    2014-01-01

    This book, based on the lecture notes from the XVth Spanish-French School on Numerical Simulation in Physics and Engineering, covers a range of advances in numerical simulation in physics and engineering. The main subjects addressed are: biomechanics, stochastic calculus, geophysical flow simulation, and shock-capturing numerical methods for hyperbolic systems of partial differential equations. The book is mainly aimed at young graduate students in mathematics, engineering, and natural sciences who are starting to confront numerical simulation, either at a research level or in the field of industrial applications. It will also be helpful for researchers or even technicians who are working in an industrial environment and are interested in the state-of-the-art numerical techniques in these fields. Finally, the book will be useful as a textbook for master's or PhD level courses in mathematics, physics, or engineering.

  15. Lundi 25 août 2014 - Professeur Jacques Bittoun

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    Gadmer, Jean-Claude

    2014-01-01

    Président Université Paris-Sud République française J. Bittoun visite la caverne expérimentale d' ATLAS avec le Porte-Parole de la Collaboration ATLAS D. Charlton, Collaboration ATLAS J.-B. Blanchard et ATLAS-France, physicien contact national I. Wingerter-Seez; visite le tunnel au Point 5 et signe le livre d'or avec le Chef adjoint du département faisceaux R. Garoby

  16. XVII 'Jacques-Louis Lions' Spanish-French School

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    Alonso, Pedro

    2017-01-01

    The first part of this volume gathers the lecture notes of the courses of the “XVII Escuela Hispano-Francesa”, held in Gijón, Spain, in June 2016. Each chapter is devoted to an advanced topic and presents state-of-the-art research in a didactic and self-contained way. Young researchers will find a complete guide to beginning advanced work in fields such as High Performance Computing, Numerical Linear Algebra, Optimal Control of Partial Differential Equations and Quantum Mechanics Simulation, while experts in these areas will find a comprehensive reference guide, including some previously unpublished results, and teachers may find these chapters useful as textbooks in graduate courses. The second part features the extended abstracts of selected research work presented by the students during the School. It highlights new results and applications in Computational Algebra, Fluid Mechanics, Chemical Kinetics and Biomedicine, among others, offering interested researchers a convenient reference guide to these l...

  17. Jacques Presser's Heritage: egodocuments in the study of history

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    2002-01-01

    textabstractIn Spanish: A mediados de los años cincuenta del siglo XX el historiador Jacob Presser introdujo una nueva palabra: egodocumento, término que venía a significar las autobiografías, memorias, diarios, cartas personales y otros textos en los cuales el autor escribe, explícitamente acerca

  18. The theory of freedom in Jean Jacques Rousseau: A critical ...

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    Rousseau addresses freedom more than any other problem of political philosophy and aims to explain how man in the state of nature is blessed with an enviable total freedom. He believed that modern man's enslavement to his own needs was responsible for all sorts of societal ills, from exploitation and domination of ...

  19. The Tartars and the desert. Reflections of a psychoanalyst from "Il deserto dei Tartari" by Dino Buzzati

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    Luca Trabucco

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Buzzati’s romance suggests to the analyst, even in the best dreaming style of the author, as a long dream that develops from a situation of "passage" of a phase of life in which the capacity to containment of emotional experience is deeply into crisis. The crisis of the container, which is expressed from the very first lines of the story, set in motion the self-containment systems that should ensure avoidance of the traumatic experience: the negation of time, resulting in the suspension of the experience in a state of "waiting”, obsessional and “homosexuals” mechanisms tending to avoidance of any experience of different that can disrupt a seemingly reassuring homeostasis, are represented in the characters and situations of the “dream", to finally reach a dramatic vision of their consequences.

  20. When Assessing Intra-Familial Relationships, Are Sociologists, Psychoanalysts and Psychiatrists Really Considering Different Constructs? An Empirical Study.

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    Falissard, Bruno; Barry, Caroline; Hassler, Christine; Letrait, Muriel; Macher, Guillaume; Marty, François; Ramos, Elsa; Revah-Lévy, Anne; Robert, Philippe; de Singly, François

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    This paper aimed to look for the existence of a common core when envisaging intra-familial interactions as perceived by adolescents, which could be shared by sociology, psychoanalysis and child and adolescent psychiatry. An empirical study based on a mixed-method design collected the responses of 194 adolescents to the instruction "In the next half hour, would you please write as freely as you wish about your relationships in your family, explaining how things are". All answers were then analyzed and 18 dimensions related to 3 different theoretical frameworks were rated blind using numerical scores by two independent raters from each discipline. Inter-rater reliability was good. A parallel analysis evidenced a strong underlying factor explaining a large amount of variance (>50%). This factor is bipolar, it reflects the level of positivity/negativity in the adolescent's point of view concerning his/her intra-familial relationships. A second factor can marginally be considered (10% of the variance). The 2-factor analysis found one factor related to positive feelings and the other to negative feelings. This finding of unidimensionality supports family study as an intervention science.

  1. Count-as-one, Forming-into-one, Unary Trait, S1

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    Lorenzo Chiesa

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available While a significant amount of research has recently been carried out that investigates the similarities and differences between Alain Badiou and Jacques Lacan#39;s theories of the subject, less attention has been paid to the direct relationship between the latter and Badiou#39;s set-theoretical ontology. This article applies some of the most important conceptual propositions advanced in the first two Parts of Being and Event to the key psychoanalytic issue of the identification of the conscious and unconscious subject as expounded by Lacan in his ninth Seminar, L#39;identification. More specifically, this article aims to show how Badiou#39;s notions of the quot;count-as-onequot; and the quot;forming-into-onequot; can profitably be put to work in order better to understand Lacan#39;s notions of the quot;unary traitquot; and the S1, the quot;master-signifierquot;. What is at stake in both cases is the relationship between structure and metastructure, presentation and representation. Furthermore, this article provides an outline for a set-theoretical formalisation of the relation between consciousness and the unconscious as developed by Lacan in L#39;identification. Lacan#39;s breaking of the solidarity between unity and totality allows him to work with parts: from the inexistence of totality as a one follows the possibility of thinking the part as quot;partial systemquot;. Lacan identifies this system with the unconscious. Applying a number of set-theoretical axioms, this article argues that the existence of the unconscious as partial system ultimately relies on the in-existence of the void, or, more specifically, the existence of the void as part that in-exists as element.

  2. Estamira, um itinerário // Estamira, an itinerary

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    Maria Elisa França Rocha

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available El artículo trátase de una reflexión sobre los conceptos de Jaques Lacan acerca de la Psicosis, basados en el testimonio grabado en película de una psicótica que vivía en el basurero mayor de la ciudad de Río de Janeiro. El habla de Estamira, así como su cotidiano fueron grabados durante tres años por el cineasta Marcos Prado y transformados en película premiada en varios festivales internacionales de cine. La autora ha identificado en este documento la teoría viva de Lacan al respecto de la estructura psicótica. Ha recorrido también a Freud, y al libro de Daniel Schreber con sus análisis posteriores. // This article is a reflection about Jacques Lacan's conceptions on Psychosis, based on a film reflecting the life of a psychotic woman who lived in the largest landfill in the city of Rio de Janeiro. The film, which tells the story of Estamira and her daily life, was filmed over three years by filmmaker Marcos Prado and won various awards at several international festivals. The author has identified in this document the living theory of Lacan on psychotic structure. She also covered Freud's work, as well as the subsequent analysis of Daniel Schreber.

  3. Considerações sobre a letra: a psicose em questão Reflections about the letter: psychosis in question

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    Ana Beatriz Freire

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available A partir da reflexão sobre a estrutura do sujeito e os mecanismos de negação deste à realidade, analisaremos o lugar que ocupa a psicose como estrutura em relação à neurose. Com esse objetivo, o texto tratará da diferença na obra de Jacques Lacan entre o significante e a letra. Para isso, comparar-se-á a definição de linguagem tal como definida pela linguística e o uso que Lacan faz desta. Por último, abordar-se-á uma reflexão sobre o nome próprio e o lugar que a loucura ocupa frente a letra e o nome próprio.The present paper analyzed the place occupied by psychosis as a structure in relation to neurosis, based on reflections about the mechanisms of denial of the subject in face of reality. Therefore, the text discusses the differences between the significant and the letter in the work of J. Lacan. The use Lacan made of language is compared with the definition of language, according to linguistics. Finally, a reflection is made about the proper name and the place of madness concerning the letter.

  4. Uma abordagem psicanalítica da linguagem nas psicoses

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    Keylla de Fátima Barbosa

    2016-01-01

    Resumo: Este trabalho pretende abordar o tema da linguagem nas psicoses à luz da psicanálise de Jacques Lacan. Partindo da observação clínica de que nas psicoses há manifestações peculiares de linguagem, esta pesquisa visa se aprofundar nos possíveis modos de abordagem desta questão na psicanálise lacaniana nos anos dos primeiros seminários. Se há uma fala típica das psicoses é porque, nesta estrutura, há também um arranjo característico daquilo que Lacan chama, a partir de Saussure, de par s...

  5. La temporalidad maníaco-depresiva: del registro vivencial a la lógica del significante

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    Volta, Luis; Fulgueiras Baci, Mayda; Arruti, Alejandra

    2015-01-01

    El presente trabajo es una revisión crítica del libro de Eugène Minkowski que reúne sus estudios fenomenológicos y psicopatológicos en torno al problema de: “El tiempo vivido”, publicado en 1933. Si bien la reseña que Jacques Lacan le dedicara tempranamente en 1935, establece observaciones precisas sobre el interés de los hallazgos clínicos señalados por el autor, así como de la importancia metódica que implica su referencia a la estructura; es nuestro propósito prolongar la orientación lacan...

  6. Da angústia e o gozo: um percurso psicanalítico na escrita de Clarice Lispector

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    Valdelice Nascimento de França

    2012-01-01

    Este trabalho tem o objetivo de verificar as possíveis articulações com o conceito de angústia e gozo a partir da escrita de Clarice Lispector. Partimos do estudo do conceito de angústia nos textos de Sigmund Freud e Jacques Lacan, para pesquisar em seguida os modos de subjetivação da arte que estão em jogo na clínica, para isto abordamos o conceito de sublimação em Freud e Lacan. Adiante procuramos desdobrar os avatares da relação da arte com a psicanálise, a partir do conceito de unheimlich...

  7. O espaço vazio: reflexões sobre a função do vazio na cura psicanalítica e na arte

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    Giselle Falbo

    2010-01-01

    Este trabalho tem por objetivo discutir e situar a função do vazio na obra de arte, a partir das teorizações de Melanie Klein e Jacques Lacan. Confrontando a posição de Klein em relação ao processo de criação - extraída da análise que faz de dois fragmentos literários - com a teorização sobre o objeto tal como formulada por Lacan nos anos de 1959-60, nossa proposta é discernir a operação de simbolização inerente à arte. Entendemos que este processo possibilita a passagem da desorganização sus...

  8. Weiblicher Homunculus und Medialisierung des Körpers

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    Natascha Ueckmann

    2003-03-01

    Full Text Available Astrid Deuber-Mankowskys Studie bietet spannende Einblicke in Fragestellungen der Medien- und Cybertheorien sowie in die aktuelle Forschung der Gender Studies. Sie bedient sich des Phänomens Lara Croft, um an ihm gegenwärtige Theorien (Judith Butler, Teresa de Lauretis, Marshall McLuhan, Slavoj Žižek, Jacques Lacan zu diskutieren und auf ihre Anwendbarkeit zu erproben. Das besondere Anliegen des vorliegenden Essays ist es, neue Kommunikationsverhältnisse der postmodernen Gesellschaft aufzuzeigen, die traditionelle Geschlechterverhältnisse reproduzieren.

  9. Perversion and pathology: a critique of psychoanalytic criticism in art

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    Lucille Holmes

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available For over three decades, Jacques Lacan denounced ego psychology for its emphasis on a strong and well-adapted ego. This article recruits the principle of that critique to examine the use of psychoanalytic theories in contemporary art criticism, with specific focus on the subject of perversion, Freudo-Lacanian psychoanalysis, and the work of art critic Donald Kuspit. The discussion examines the main influences and concepts in Kuspit's psychoanalytic criticism, analyses specific differences between this psychoanalytic model and a Lacanian theory of perversion and desire, and considers the effect of these differences in the interpretation of art.

  10. Festen: jogo, figuração e família

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    Sandra Fischer

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available This work presents a proposal of analysis and reading of the movie Festen (1998 directed by Thomas Vintenberg, from Dogma Group. By analyzing filmic aspects of the movi e and supported by relative notions of game and figuration, we reflected about the form of situation and interaction of places occupied by the components of the family represented in the film. Based on the myth of primitive borde, emphasized on the movie, and convicted that in the familiar texts there is a diversity o f relational games pulsing between the lines, we looked up theoretic support not only in cinema theories, bur also in Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan.

  11. El padre del nombre y los nombres del sujeto en las psicosis

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    Vetere, Ernesto

    2007-01-01

    En el trabajo se aborda la figura del padre en las psicosis desde un sesgo particular: el de su articulación con el saber y con el nombre propio, efectuando, para tal propósito, el análisis de un caso clínico cuyo valor fundamental radica en el hecho de haber interrogado las teorizaciones del autor sobre el tema en cuestión. Una de las referencias principales del marco teórico utilizado, es la topología nodal introducida por Jacques Lacan en la última etapa de su enseñanza con el fin de po...

  12. LA GENITALIDAD EN LA ADOLESCENCIA

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    Beatriz Elena Maya Restrepo

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper is the product of the advice given to a research on this topic. It reviews the notion of phases of psychosexual development by taking into account Sigmund Freud's correction to the theory on sexuality in his paper The Infantile Genital Organization. Likewise, it is guided by Jacques Lacan's theorization on this topic, who introduces it into the logic of signifier and takes it away from the geneticist stances in order to give it a place in the subject's structure.

  13. A clínica psicanalítica das toxicomanias

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    Júlia Reis da Silva

    2010-01-01

    Esta dissertação propõe investigar o fenômeno das toxicomanias como conseqüência do declínio da imago paterna na cultura atual. O estudo foi iniciado pelo cotejamento do tema na teoria de Sigmund Freud e pela interpretação de que a toxicomania é uma resposta à satisfação sexual recalcada. A pesquisa explorou ainda esse tema no ensino escrito e falado de Jacques Lacan. O uso abusivo de drogas promove um gozo auto-erótico que busca liberar o toxicômano de ter que lidar com os impasses da castra...

  14. Mathematics, Mathematicians, and Desire

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    Roodal Persad, Veda

    2014-01-01

    This thesis is about mapping the landscape of engagement with mathematics, including elucidating aspects of who we are, as human beings, when we do mathematics and of what mathematics calls us to do if we are to engage with it. Using the concept of desire in the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan and the forms of desire as elucidated by the Lacanian theorist, Mark Bracher, I seek to find out what the mathematical encounter takes (the demands and costs) and what it gives (the offers and re...

  15. El adolescente infractor, el resultado de la caída de la función paterna en la sociedad.

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    Bitar Cabezas, Juan Pablo

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    La familia, núcleo central para la correcta formación de un sujeto, es la encargada de transmitir a las nuevas generaciones la formación moral y los modos de organización de la autoridad. Es la encargada de impartir la primera educación al sujeto, mediante la apropiación de la lengua materna y la represión de las pulsiones. Para establecer esta continuidad, Jacques Lacan propone que esto se hace por medio de los complejos familiares, teniendo estos, estatuto de ser un saber inconsciente...

  16. Escenas de locura: pensar la literatura desde el psicoanálisis

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    Martín Lombardo

    2016-08-01

    Full Text Available A partir de algunos conceptos psicoanalíticos desarrollados por Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan, en el presente trabajo se analizan textos literarios de Julio Cortázar, Guy de Maupassant, Marguerite Duras, Adolfo Bioy Casares y Enrique Vila-Matas que centran su historia en el pasaje hacia la locura. Se estudia la representación del espacio y del cuerpo del personaje, las circunstancias en que irrumpe la locura así como las diferentes maneras en que el texto ficcional propone una resolución a esa locura.

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

    2015-01-01

    Om språket är gränsen mellan djur och människor, vad innebär det när hundar talar? I filmen Upp pratar de animerade hundarna, men med sin husses röst. Lilian Munk Rösing ser filmen i sällskap av bland andra Jacques Lacan, Slavoj Žižek och Renata Salecl och finner en röst utan kropp, en kropp besj...

  18. As relações entre psicose e periculosidade: contribuições clínicas da concepção psicanalítica da passagem ao ato

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    Maria Cristina Bechelany Dutra

    Full Text Available O presente artigo trata da questão da periculosidade na psicose à luz das formulações clínicas de Jacques Lacan sobre a passagem ao ato, presentes no seminário proferido sobre o tema da angústia, em 1962/1963. Com este aparato teórico, examinamos a passagem ao ato na psicose, levando em conta suas condições de realização, seus efeitos e suas relações com a periculosidade.

  19. From Wakeful Nights to the Occupation of Schools: State of Exception, Subjectivity and Social Rights in Postmodernity

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    Mirta Lerena Misailidis

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    Full Text Available New social movements are occupying the public space. They are watching the preservation of human rights and are reinventing politics. The article is a contribution for the discussion of the state of exception and the subjectivity of the exercise of citizenship as a praxis to defend social human rights. Inspired by Luís Alberto Warat, the text treats the problem within a critical view of law based on the psychoanalytical theory of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan. So, the state of anomia present in globalization is treated within a dialectical perspective: bears totalitarian violence and the chance for reinvention of rights.

  20. “Quando a menina enjoa da boneca....” : ensaio sobre o Complexo de Édipo e a construção do feminino

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    Este trabalho investiga as vicissitudes do complexo de Édipo da menina e sua relação com a construção da feminilidade na teoria de Freud, a partir de uma incursão teórica referente ao assunto em sua obra. Foram utilizadas também algumas contribuições de autores contemporâneos, com destaque a Jacques Lacan, que enfatiza a noção de falta de objeto como central na estruturação do psiquismo. A pesquisa inicia com a abordagem da (re)descoberta da sexualidade infantil por Freud, mais especificament...

  1. El arte como mediador entre el artista y el trauma. Acercamientos al arte desde el psicoanalisis y la escultura de Louise Bourgeois

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    Zurbano Camino, Amaia

    2014-01-01

    411 p. : il., col. En esta tesis se trata de ver qué valores tiene el arte como mediador entre el artista y sus experiencias dolorosas y cómo esto se concreta en el caso de Louise Bourgeois. Consta de dos partes: en la primera, que sirve como marco teórico de referencia, se estudia el término trauma y se realiza un acercamiento a las teorías psicoanalíticas sobre el arte de Sigmund Freud, Melanie Klein, D.W. Winnicott y Jacques Lacan así como a las de Anton Ehrenzweig y a la Arte-terapia. ...

  2. Conséquences cliniques de la non prise en compte du réel dans la psychose. Analyse critique de l’abord de la psychose dans les TCC

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    Eva Carrere-Naranjo

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    Cet article vise à rendre compte de la spécificité de l’approche psychanalytique de la psychose qui prend en compte la dimension du Réel, selon la définition que lui donne Jacques Lacan dans son enseignement. Il s’agit pour cela de resituer l’abord du sujet de l’inconscient dans la psychanalyse et son rejet dans les approches cognitivo-comportementales qui cherchent à s’affilier au discours de la science et qui réduisent le sujet à sa seule dimensio...

  3. De la espiritualidad en el amor, la muerte y la locura. Efectos en la clínica psicoanalítica

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    Fernández Carballo, Ana María

    2016-01-01

    En esta tesis se estudia el lugar que ocupa la espiritualidad en las Obras Completas de Sigmund Freud y en los Escritos y Se minarios de Jacques Lacan y, en particular, los efectos que se producen en la clínica psicoanalítica. Las preguntas fundamentales consisten en: ¿cuál es el lugar que han obtenido las nociones de espiritualidad, espíritu y alma desde los inicios del psicoanálisis?; ¿cuáles son los efectos que se producen en la clínica a partir de trabajar con las nociones de espiritualid...

  4. Ontologia e acontecimento no pensamento de Alain Badiou

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    Rossi, A.M.

    2015-01-01

    O nosso propósito nesta dissertação é fazer uma leitura da filosofia de Alain Badiou a partir de um viés fundador: o enunciado lacaniano il y a de lun. Esse enunciado, lido pelo psicanalista Jacques Lacan na filosofia de Platão, é o termo proferido no instante em que o ser humano se depara com o súbito, um acontecimento imprevisto. Nesse instante inaugural o ser humano passa para a condição de sujeito. Alain Badiou parte do princípio de que todo ser humano é, no início, um mortal comum condic...

  5. Literatura, perversão e psicanálise

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    Norton Cezar Dal Follo da Rosa Jr.

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available A partir de clássicos da literatura, cotejados com a leitura de Jacques Lacan, o artigo aborda as contribuições deste campo para a clínica psicanalítica concernente ao estudo da perversão. Neste momento da pesquisa, propomos a discussão de quatro obras: A filosofia na alcova, escrita pelo Marques de Sade, Em busca do tempo perdido, de Marcel Proust, Lavoura arcaica, de autoria de Raduan Nassar e Finnegans Wake, de James Joyce.

  6. The role of fantasy in social media use

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    Hjøllund, Niels-Peder Osmundsen

    2015-01-01

    at forstå information på. Artiklen peger således på, hvorledes psykoanalytiske begreber kan finde anvendelse i analysen af det digitale medierum. Artiklen vil undersøge følgende spørgsmål "Hvordan påvirker brugen af digitale og sociale medier dannelsen af subjektet?" og "hvilken betydning har sociale medier...... og digital interfacing for det menneskelige subjekts forståelse af information?" Artiklen vil ved brug af Jacques Lacans kommunikationsmodel give et eksempel på hvordan en psykoanalytisk tilgang kan anvendes som analytisk blik på digitale medier, information og meningsdannelse....

  7. The wounded male persona and the mysterious feminine in the poetry of James Wright: a study in the transformation of the self.

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    Graves, M; Schermer, V L

    1998-12-01

    James Wright's work is multilayered. Taken as a whole, which Annie Wright's beautiful compilation, Above the River, allows one to do, Wright's poems (as well as his masterful "prose poems") have a pattern akin to a mythic cycle. "Mythemes" (Lévi-Strauss, 1979) recur as dialectic opposites from one poem to another, whether the abandoned male and mysterious woman, humankind and nature, blindness and seeing, secrets and revelation. Suggestive and symbolic forms such as birds, horses, earth, sky, the destitute, rivers, and adolescence weave themselves throughout in inner and outer "landscapes" of images and experiential moments. There is a frequent shift of "gestalts" between the inner world and external reality. Such a "blooming, buzzing confusion" of internal and external referents might appear to be psychotic and imply a loss of "reality testing." Chassaguet-Smirgel (1988), citing Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray as an example, contended that the artist narrowly averts psychosis by transforming it into a work of art. Surrealists, for whom the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan was an important figure (cf. Sarup, 1992, pp. 17-27), elevated psychosis to the status of art, and Wright has been considered to be a surrealistic poet, although he himself denied such an affiliation. Hall (Wright, 1990, Introduction, pp. xxiii-xxxvii) suggests that Wright, in addition to an extensive history of alcoholism, from which he seemed to recover towards the end of his life, suffered from a major mental illness, which included episodes of severe depression, hospitalizations, and at least one suicide attempt. The severity of the asceticism and the extreme damage to the self in some Wright's work suggests their roots in early traumatic experiences. (A terribly damaged yet heroic personage, whose disfigurement perhaps symbolizes the poet's trauma, is "Hook" [ATR, pp. 315-316], about a man who gives his last few cents to the poet with a hook replacing his amputated hand.) Not enough is

  8. Literatura, Psicanálise e...

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    Ana Maria Clark Peres

    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available A partir de um diálogo com o último ensino de Jacques Lacan (notadamente seu seminário O sinthoma e com o ensino de Jacques-Alain Miller, e cotejando a experiência analítica e a experiência literária, este trabalho procura refletir sobre os escritos de Machado de Assis, tentando demonstrar que seu processo de escrita pode ser comparado ao trabalho de um lapidador de diamantes: ao mesmo tempo em que lapida sua escrita (trata-se de seu savoir-faire de artista, ele “lapida” também seu sintoma, na perspectiva de um savoir y faire (saber lidar com o sintoma.

  9. Hacia una clínica de las suplencias en la psicosis. // Towards a clinic of replacements in psychosis.

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    Jesús Manuel Ramírez Escobar.

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available The current work deals with the formation of a social link during psychosis and the difficulties it involves. In order to do this, the central axis of work will be the concept developed by Lacan with respect to the psychosis until reaching the notion of replacement, a concept different to that of stabilization, as we will see at the beginning of Lacan’s structuralist work in the fifties. Subsequently, we will study the pertinence of the topology developed by this author during the seventies in what could be named a clinic of the Brunnian link, which clears new ways to a differential clinic, so it is possible to wonder about the role of the psychoanalyst in the direction of the cure on the formation of a social link at the end of the analysis. // El presente trabajo versa acerca de la conformación de un lazo social en la psicosis y de las dificultades que ello comporta. Para realizar lo anterior, el eje de trabajo será la elaboración desplegada por Lacan al respecto de las psicosis hasta llegar a la noción de suplencia, un concepto diferente al de estabilización, como veremos en el inicio del trabajo estructuralista de Lacan en los años cincuenta. Posteriormente, se toca la pertinencia de la topología desplegada por Lacan en los años setenta en lo que podríamos llamar una clínica del nudo borromeo, la cual abre nuevas vías para una clínica diferencial, para así llegar a preguntarnos sobre el lugar del analista en la dirección de la cura respecto de la constitución de un lazo social al final del análisis.

  10. La ley del deseo como esencia ética de lo político

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    Farrán, Roque

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available In this article I propose to interrogate the ethical - political statute of the law in its ontological difference concerning the merely normative or countable thing.In order to do that I comment some theoretical contributions of Alain Badiou, Jacques Rancière, Jacques Lacan, Giorgio Agamben, Slavoj Zizek, Jean - Luc Nancy and Roland Barthes, that allow us to think closer than the discernible by the language. The main idea that involves the crossing of these affine references is to circumscribe the fleeting act of affirmation of the law qua difference that enables the constitution of a political subject remarking its essentially ethical dimension

    En el presente artículo me propongo interrogar el estatuto ético-político de la ley en su diferencia ontológica respecto a lo meramente normativo o contable, para ello comento algunos aportes teóricos de autores como Alain Badiou, Jacques Rancière, Jacques Lacan, Giorgio Agamben, Slavoj Zizek, Jean-Luc Nancy y Roland Barthes, que nos permitirán pensar más acá de lo discernible por el lenguaje establecido. La idea principal que conlleva el cruce de estas referencias afines aunque disímiles, es la de circunscribir el acto fugaz de afirmación de la ley qua diferencia que habilita la constitución de un sujeto político, remarcando así su dimensión esencialmente ética.

  11. Weiblicher Homunculus und Medialisierung des Körpers The Female Homunculus and the Medialisation of the Body

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    Natascha Ueckmann

    2003-03-01

    Full Text Available Astrid Deuber-Mankowskys Studie bietet spannende Einblicke in Fragestellungen der Medien- und Cybertheorien sowie in die aktuelle Forschung der Gender Studies. Sie bedient sich des Phänomens Lara Croft, um an ihm gegenwärtige Theorien (Judith Butler, Teresa de Lauretis, Marshall McLuhan, Slavoj Žižek, Jacques Lacan zu diskutieren und auf ihre Anwendbarkeit zu erproben. Das besondere Anliegen des vorliegenden Essays ist es, neue Kommunikationsverhältnisse der postmodernen Gesellschaft aufzuzeigen, die traditionelle Geschlechterverhältnisse reproduzieren.Astrid Deuber-Mankowsky’s study of Lara Croft offers exciting insights into problems in media theory and cyber theory, as well as current research in gender studies. Deuber-Mankowsky uses the phenomenon of Lara Croft to discuss and put to the test theories by Judith Butler, Teresa de Lauretis, Marshall McLuhan, Slavoj Žižek, and Jacques Lacan. Deuber-Mankowsky focuses on analysing how new conditions of communication may reproduce traditional gender relations.

  12. El hombre con su contradicción: del desflorador avergonzado al "hombre color mujer". // The man with his contradiction: from ashamed deflowered to "woman-colored man".

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    Fredy Ricardo Moreno Chía.

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available The basis of this article is the idea that “the masculine” has an internal contradiction. This is supported by some freudian references, and brought out by Jacques Lacan’s formulations, particularly in his sexuation theory and his innovations on the borromean knot. We wonder how these statements explain the internal contradiction of masculinity, and we look for a possible answer in Lacan’s assertion that there is a “woman-colored man”, whose context corresponds to his theory of the sinthome. // El presente trabajo parte de la idea según la cual “lo masculino” posee una contradicción interna. Esta idea que es sustentada en algunas referencias freudianas es puesta a la luz de las formulaciones de Jacques Lacan, en particular su teoría de la sexuación y sus desarrollos en torno al nudo borromeo. Nos preguntamos cómo estas formulaciones dan cuenta de esa contradicción interna de la masculinidad, e intentamos una posible respuesta en la afirmación de Lacan, según la cual hay “hombre color mujer” y cuyo contexto corresponde a su teoría acerca del sinthome.

  13. Las dificultades para delimitar el síntoma neurótico Difficulties in the delimitation of the neurotic symptom

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    Santiago Thompson

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo intenta describir las variables que definen al diagnóstico en psicoanálisis, centrándose particularmente en las dificultades que se presentan en cuanto a la delimitación del síntoma en la neurosis. Para ello se toman como referencia las elaboraciones de Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan relativas al tema. Se distinguen, en esta vía, los efectos propios del trabajo defensivo frente al mismo síntoma, la ausencia de ruptura entre el síntoma y el reconocimiento narcisístico (necesaria para que el síntoma sea abordable analíticamente y las dificultades propias del fenómeno transferencial.The present study tries to describe the variables that determine the diagnosis in psychoanalysis, focusing particularly on the difficulties that arise in regard to the neurosis symptom's delimitation. The authors try to accomplish this on the basis of the works of Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan about this topic. In this way, the effects of the defensive work facing up to the symptom are distinguished, as well as the absence of rupture between the symptom and the narcissistic recognition required for the symptom to be analytically accessible. At last, the difficulties derived from the transferencial phenomenon are also recognized.

  14. La alusión, la cita y el enigma: formas de medio-decir la verdad

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    Vanina Muraro

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    Full Text Available El presente trabajo busca dar cuenta de cómo la preocupación en torno al carácter indecible de la verdad se encuentra vigente desde los primeros textos elaborados por Jacques Lacan, haciendo un rastreo por los conceptos de alusión, cita y enigma, a fin de trazar su vínculo con el medio-decir. Con este objetivo se realizó, en primer lugar, una indagación de las características que la retórica otorga a esta figura y, en segundo lugar, se investigó la utilización que de la alusión hacen tanto Freud —en su libro El chiste y su relación con el inconsciente— como Lacan. Finalmente, el trabajo se detiene en las dos formalizaciones de medio-decir interpretativo desarrolladas por Lacan en El Seminario 17, la cita y el enigma, con el fin de ilustrar la función alusiva de las mismas.

  15. Habermas, Pupil Voice, Rationalism, and Their Meeting with Lacan's Objet Petit A

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    Moran, Paul; Murphy, Mark

    2012-01-01

    "Pupil voice" is a movement within state education in England that is associated with democracy, change, participation and the raising of educational standards. While receiving much attention from educators and policy makers, less attention has been paid to the theory behind the concept of pupil voice. An obvious point of theoretical…

  16. Lacan and Adolescence: The Contemporary Clinic of the “Sexual Non-rapport” and Pornography

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    This article explores two clinical phenomena—pornography and conspiracy thinking—that are highly relevant today and can be observed specifically among adolescent boys in the early stages of post-puberty: conspiracy thinking and the viewing of pornographic videos. It shows that the Lacanian concepts of the Real (of puberty) and the sexual non-rapport help us understand the psychopathological aspects of these two phenomena. Watching pornographic material becomes equivalent to a conspiracy theor...

  17. BENVENISTE, LACAN E O ESTRUTURALISMO: SOBRE O SENTIDO ANTITÉTICO DAS PALAVRAS PRIMITIVAS

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    Bruno Focas Vieira MACHADO

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    Full Text Available Este artigo pretende evidenciar determinados aspectos da leitura estruturalista de Benveniste sobre as fundamentações linguísticas encontradas em Freud, mais propriamente em seu texto “Sobre o sentido antitético das palavras primitivas”. Coloca-se em diálogo o artigo de Benveniste intitulado “Observações sobre a função da linguagem na descoberta freudiana” com as teorizações linguísticas apresentadas por Freud em seu texto supracitado. Busca-se, assim, uma interface entre os estudos linguísticos e psicanalíticos, problematizando a noção de língua primitiva trazida por Freud e confrontando-a com pressupostos da Linguística Estrutural defendida por Benveniste. A abordagem tecida é eminentemente teórica, buscando iluminar os pontos de divergência entre a concepção de linguagem na perspectiva de Freud e de Benveniste. Para atingir esse objetivo, buscou-se o estudo sobre a negação desenvolvida por Freud em seu texto “A negativa” e colocou-a em relação com as observações de Benveniste sobre o linguista Carl Abel, forte influência linguística no pensamento freudiano desenvolvido no texto “Sobre o sentido antitético das palavras primitivas”. Como conclusão, torna-se possível compreender que, se a língua é uma estrutura e um sistema, ela possui um caráter universal e a-histórico, o que contesta a tese freudiana sobre a existência de línguas primitivas.

  18. Butterfly Redreaming: Rethinking Free, with Zhuangzi Flying Westerly with Descartes, Lacan, Waldman…

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    Kyoo Lee

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Usually, Zhuangzi’s parable of “the butterfly dream/dreaming butterfly” is read as an enigmatic version, from “the East”, of the Cartesian skeptical challenges to “objective reality” or else the Lacanian psycho-drama of the “pure gaze” in which “he”, Zhuangzi, “is a butterfly for nobody”, who stands for “the Real”. Retooling some of the critical insights from these standard dialectical or anxiogenic approaches to this allegorical puzzle of self-identity, both of which, however, tend to leave unquestioned or else structurally overrate the binarized inner-exclusivity of typical pairs such as in/out, subject/object, illusion/reality, and all/nothing, this article proposes a relatively novel, fluid model of unraveling the speculative knot, the dots of lepidopterological spacetime irreducible to a simpler “point” in space and time. As we follow the narrative sequence more micro- and macrologically at once, with holistic, philopoetic attention to its intricate conceptual cues and contextual clues, especially its streaks and energies of “oppositional poetics” envisaged by Anne Waldman, for instance, we come to see more clearly the trans-categorical auto-generativity of its modal openness, its oddly powerful, non-militarily propelled, avant-garde peripherality. As Zhuangzi’s butterfly gets freed this way from the discursive net where it is lost and found (often instantly dead, the vocalized figure of the “irritating” narrator, too, will change more freely, flying in and out and back in “daoistically” rather than agonistically.

  19. The Impossibility of "Real-Life" Word Problems (According to Bakhtin, Lacan, Zizek and Baudrillard)

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    Gerofsky, Susan

    2010-01-01

    In recent years a great deal of work on mathematical word problems has focused on efforts to bring more of "real life" into the problems themselves and students' uptake of these problems. Following on from earlier studies of the word problem as a pedagogical and literary genre, the author argues that we cannot unproblematically assume an ability…

  20. Demanda social y demanda analítica : Althusser y Lacan

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    Rodríguez, Enrique A.; Comasco, Ricardo

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    Althusser escribe “Filosofía y Cs Humanas” (F Y CH) con motivo de una encuesta lanzada por la Association sur le cs humaines cuyo punto central giraba en torno a las preguntas “¿qué se entiende por cs humanas? ¿Son algo diferente a la filosofía? ¿Han logrado independizarse de ella como las cs naturales? ¿Si filosofía y cs humanas tratan del mismo objeto: el hombre, en qué consiste la originalidad de aquella? Althusser responderá que la filosofía es una disciplina autónoma que no puede quedar ...

  1. Usos y estatutos del cuerpo : Lacan y el pensamiento contemporáneo /

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    Esta tesis se estructura en torno a dos interrogantes. En primer lugar, explora las condiciones y características del dilatado campo de los estudios contemporáneos del cuerpo. En segundo término, y de modo más específico, investiga en qué medida los teóricos del cuerpo han repensado la relación cuerpo/alma teniendo en cuenta lo descubierto por el psicoanálisis acerca de dicha relación. Con el fin de responder estas preguntas, ha sido necesario abordar y desarrollar la concepción del cuerpo se...

  2. Anxiety and surplus in nursing practice: lessons from Lacan and Bataille.

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    Evans, Alicia M; Glass, Nel; Traynor, Michael

    2014-07-01

    It is well established, following Menzies' work, that nursing practice produces considerable anxiety. Like Menzies, we bring a psychoanalytic perspective to a theorization of anxiety in nursing and do so in order to consider nursing practice in the light of psychoanalytic theory, although from a Lacanian perspective. We also draw on Bataille's notion of 'surplus'. These concepts provide the theoretical framework for a study investigating how some clinical nurses are able to remain in clinical practice rather than leave the profession or seek work at a distance from the bedside. We conducted focus groups and present here an analysis of two fragments of nurses' speech. We found the nurses responded from one of two positions. In the first position, the nurses focus on doctors, complain about the surplus afforded them, and call for it to be eliminated. In this way, the nursing group is similar to other groups, considered by Bataille, who also attempt to get rid of a surplus. However, in the second position, the nurses stay with the surplus, tolerating it as they nurse the patient. This latter position is one where the nurse practises with a focus on the patient rather than being distracted by their dispute over the doctor's privilege. The importance of this paper is in its illustration of two distinct positions from which the nurse can practise: one that is not optimal because the nurse is distracted and the other that is more focused on practice, and thus the nurse is in a position to provide the best care possible to patients. © 2014 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  3. Ni Foucault ni Lacan. De la Loi, entre éthique et finitude

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    Thomas Bolmain

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available After highlighting Foucault’s ambivalent position with regards to psychoanalysis, this paper first shows that Foucault’s critical thought, insofar as it finds its condition of possibility in modern philosophy understood as a theoretical discourse on human finitude, must imperatively be complemented in the vicinity of psychoanalytical praxis-discourse: the ethical and political issue of the finished and desiring subjectivity can thus be examined anew. On the basis of the historicization of the Lacanian Law undertaken in La volonté de savoir, the paper therefore concludes that a philosophical anthropology which is able to heave up to today’s decisive issues for the social critique and the politics of emancipation should build upon the Foucaldo-Lacanian critique of “modern” philosophical anthropology, but should not fear to confront it with radical criticism in return.

  4. Sciences de gestion et psychanalyse : Lacan, l'imaginaire et l'organisation high tech

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    The first chapter presents different perspectives in order to position my publications in different academic journals (French independent agency : AERES, spider diagram and Google Scholar). The second chapter deals with marketing of innovative telecommunications services. I present the results of a hundred of applied market studies. I then show how an assessment can be done for two co-tutored Masters and PhD in management sciences. Then a question emerges. Why is the market so often fetishize...

  5. Posição do estágio do espelho na teoria lacaniana do imaginário Position of the mirror stage in the lacanian theory of imaginary

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    Léa Silveira Sales

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    Full Text Available Jacques Lacan, ao encerrar sua tese de doutorado em 1932, anuncia a intenção de direcionar sua pesquisa para a elucidação do narcisismo. Data de 1949 o texto intitulado "O estágio do espelho como formador da função do eu tal como nos é revelada na experiência psicanalítica". Nele, o autor dedica-se à noção de narcisismo que teve uma força original em seu pensamento. O presente artigo analisa detalhadamente a apresentação do estágio do espelho que é realizada nesse texto de Lacan. Por fim, estabelece uma relação com outros textos lacanianos coetâneos no intuito de indicar sua contextualização geral na teoria do imaginário.Jacques Lacan, while finishing his doctorate thesis in 1932 and as a consequence of the problems he had been analyzing , announces the purpose of guiding his research towards the elucidation of narcisism. Among the productions that took part in this project, there is "The mirror stage as formative of the function of the I" (1949, a text directly dedicated to this emergent notion that showed original strength in his thought. This paper analyzes in detail the presentation of the mirror stage accomplished in this text relating it with other contemporary Lacanian papers aiming to indicate its general contextualization in the theory of the Imaginary.

  6. Jacques Krynen, Jacques Raibaut. La légitimité des juges. Actes du colloque des 29-30 octobre 2003

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    Full Text Available  « Au nom du peuple français » : grandiose et lapidaire, la formule suffit-elle à légitimer l’existence et le travail des juges qui tranchent en son lieu et place ? C’est à propos de cette question, sensible et d’actualité, que le volume dont nous avons à rendre compte présente une série diversifiée de regards croisés qui font son intérêt et sa richesse. Diversité, d’abord, en ce qui concerne la nature des participants, juristes praticiens (magistrats pour la plupart ou théoriciens (universi...

  7. [Contemporary thoughts of a psychoanalyst. On some hidden consequences of "coping with the past" in relation to the national socialism era].

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    Many incidents awake the old suspicions about what kind of people the Germans really are, but the media are always poised to pounce on anything which looks like a reemergence of Nazi attitudes. So from this angle Germans seem to be a society which as a whole disapproves of violence and destructive behaviour. Both these images prove to be misleading. A kind of collective reaction formation has developed in Germany: intellectuals automatically assume that one can only speak about the Germans as a whole in critical and derogatory terms. Their views have developed a collective identity in which the Nazi past and the Holocaust play a central role. This deep-rooted distrust against one's own people reveals a more or less well concealed hatred directed against oneself. In the book of Alexander and Margarete Mitscherlich "The Inability to Mourn", which became a kind of credo for a whole generation of thoughtful young Germans, the authors prescribed a diet of restricted perceptions and collective self-hatred. The result is: German moral thinking shows signs of a aggressive, negative ego-ideal, and one aspect of this is collective self-castigation in the sense of a latent melancholic mechanism punishing the internalised father, because the bad past seems to have been his fault.

  8. [From anamnesis to the art of interpretation, or: What is a "genuine" psychoanalyst? Wolfgang Warda, Ludwig Binswanger, Wilhelm Strohmayer and the origins of psychoanalysis in Thuringia].

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    May, Ulrike

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    Warda and Strohmayer from Thuringia were among the first German physicians who developed an interest in Freuds theory and therapeutic method around 1900. Their contributions reflect the influence of Otto Binswanger, professor of psychiatry in Jena, a representative of the "psychological direction" in psychiatry which in the beginning was relatively receptive to Freud. The paper discusses their rapprochement to, and detachment from, the Freudian school, including also the work of a third young physician: Ludwig Binswanger, Otto's nephew, who was active in Jena at the same time. It points to certain factors contributing to the increasing rejection Freud met in academic circles which have been underrated to date: (1) the transformation of psychoanalysis into an art of interpretation; (2) the introduction of transference. Both factors which were elaborated by Freud as essentials of his theoretical and practical approach around 1900 and published in 1904/05, undermined the claim of academic medicine to objectivity. The paper describes how psychoanalysis officially abandoned the scientific standards of contemporary medicine at the Weimar congress in 1911, at the same time as Warda and Strohmayer left the Freudian group.

  9. De la necesidad a la contingencia y el deseo del psicoanalista. // From the need to the contingency and desire of the Psychoanalyst.

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    María Alejandra Porras

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    Full Text Available The following work will introduce the problem of the cause in psychoanalysis, without ignoring the question about the direction of the cure. For Freud never thought of the symptom healing by any other way different to the disclosure of the cause. That is why this development will include two questions, one about the cause of the neurosis, and the other one about what idea of healing psychoanalysis postulates. Without trying to exhaust such an outstanding subject, the article aims to formulate some approaches and questions on the aspects considered. // El siguiente trabajo introducirá el problema de la causa en psicoanálisis sin dejar de lado la pregunta por la dirección de la cura. Ya que Freud nunca planteó la curación del síntoma por otra vía que no sea la de la revelación de la causa. Por ello dos interrogantes acompañaran el siguiente desarrollo, uno, la pregunta sobre la causación de las neurosis y dos, qué idea de cura postula el psicoanálisis. Sin ser el objetivo agotar un tema tan relevante, el artículo intentará formular algunos planteos e interrogantes en torno de los aspectos considerados.

  10. O espaço vazio: reflexões sobre a função do vazio na cura psicanalítica e na arte

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    Giselle Falbo

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho tem por objetivo discutir e situar a função do vazio na obra de arte, a partir das teorizações de Melanie Klein e Jacques Lacan. Confrontando a posição de Klein em relação ao processo de criação - extraída da análise que faz de dois fragmentos literários - com a teorização sobre o objeto tal como formulada por Lacan nos anos de 1959-60, nossa proposta é discernir a operação de simbolização inerente à arte. Entendemos que este processo possibilita a passagem da desorganização suscitada pela presentificação do buraco - manifesta clinicamente pela angústia - à sua metaforização como falta através da qual se inscreve o vazio, estabelecendo-o em sua porção criativa.The empty space. Reflections on the function of the emptiness in the psychoanalytic cure and art. This study aims at discussing and situating the role of the emptiness in the work of art, from the theorization of Melanie Klein and Lacan. Confronting Klein's position in relation to the process of creation - extracted from the analysis of two literary fragments - with the theorization of the object as proposed by Lacan in the years 1959-60, our proposal is to distinguish the symbolization inherent to art. We understand that this process enables the passage of disorganization suggested by the presence of the "hole" (ontogenic absence - clinically manifested by anguish - to its metaphorization as absence through which emptiness is inscribed, settled in its creative portion.

  11. El algoritmo de la transferencia como antecesor del discurso del amo. // The algorithm of transference as a predecessor of the master`s discourse.

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    Alexander Cruz Aponasenko.

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    Full Text Available This work establishes the counter argument between Lacan’s elaboration discussed in the Proposition of October 9 on the Psychoanalyst of the School, regarding the transference, and the quadripode called “master’s discourse”, delivered in the 1969-1970 seminar. In the “Proposition”, Lacan shows a formula commonly known as “algorithm of transference”, which formalizes the opening to the unconscious through the transference signifier operation and allows the possibility of the analytical work by the installation of the subject-supposed-to-know. We will see how this algorithm precedes the master’s discourse or the discourse of the unconscious. Thus we are going to establish a directionality in the analytical cure by observing the reversal of the master’s discourse that is the discourse of the analyst. // El trabajo establece un contrapunto entre la elaboración de Lacan presentada en la proposición del 9 de octubre sobre el psicoanalista de la escuela, en relación a la transferencia, y el cuadrípodo denominado "discurso del amo", presentado en el seminario del año 1969-1970. En la “proposición” Lacan presenta una fórmula conocida coloquialmente como "algoritmo de la transferencia", que permite formalizar la apertura al inconsciente mediante la operación del significante de la transferencia y producir allí la posibilidad del trabajo analítico vía la instalación del sujeto supuesto saber. Veremos cómo este algoritmo antecede al discurso del amo o discurso del inconsciente. Esto nos permitirá establecer una direccionalidad en la cura analítica observando la inversión del discurso del amo que es el discurso del analista.

  12. O social e suas vicissitudes na psicanálise lacaniana The social and its vicissitudes in Lacanian psychoanalysis

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    Nilton Ken Ota

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available O deslocamento das interpretações do legado teórico de Jacques Lacan promovido pela Associação Mundial de Psicanálise (AMP tem incorporado cada vez mais o social em suas elaborações clínicas e nas propostas de intervenção fora do setting clássico. A principal delas, a chamada "psicanálise aplicada à terapêutica", consolida esse deslocamento e fornece as chaves para a unificação diagnóstica entre sintomas individuais e fenômenos culturais, notadamente por meio da amenização da influência do estruturalismo na trama conceitual da obra de Lacan. A consequente destituição do "simbólico" em favor de uma "clínica do real" aplicada ao social expressa a intensificação da conversão da teoria lacaniana em discurso e dispositivo de controle, sendo este o verdadeiro significado da emergência das questões políticas e culturais da sociedade no núcleo do lacanismo hegemônico.The shift in the interpretations of Jacques Lacan's theoretical legacy promoted by the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA has increasingly incorporated the social into its clinical formulations and proposals for therapeutic intervention beyond the classical setting. The main such proposal, dubbed 'applied psychoanalysis,' consolidates this shift and provides the theoretical means for the diagnostic unification of individual symptoms and cultural phenomena, notably by reducing the influence of structuralism on the conceptual framework of Lacan's work. The resulting displacement of the 'symbolic' in favour of a 'clinical practice of the real,' as applied to the social, expresses an intensification in the process of converting Lacanian theory into a discourse and device for social control, the latter being the true significance of the emergence of political and cultural issues relating to society at the core of hegemonic Lacanianism.

  13. Esther Brandeau / Jacques La Fargue: Performing a Reading of an Eighteenth Century Multicrosser

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    MacLean Hermant, Susan Heather

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    How can we research and retell colonial era stories of transgression in service of queer, feminist and decolonial worldmaking? This dissertation argues for deploying multiple genres of research practice to answer this question. The argument is performed through attention to the case of Esther

  14. De Erfenis van Jacques Presser: waardering en gebruik van egodocumenten in de gescheidswetenschap

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    textabstractIn the mid-1950's, historian Jacob Presser introduced a new word: egodocument, meant as a term to indicate autobiographies, memoirs, diaries, personal letters and other texts in which the author writes explicitly about his or her own affairs and feelings. The word was quickly adopted in

  15. Sur le discours et l'histoire en Foucault: entretien avec Jacques Guilhaumou

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    Welisson Marques

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    Full Text Available Dans cet entretien inédit, Jaques Guilhaumou parle sur la question du discours et de l'histoire dans la pensée de Michel Foucault en regardant telles questions à partir du belvédère de l'Analyse du Discours selon la perception française. Il commence en présentant un panorama de ses travaux plus actuels et souligne ensuite le rôle décisif de Foucault dans le établissement de une nouvelle relation entre le discours et l'histoire. Dans cette direction, il donne des détails sur quelques influences épistémologiques de la pensée foucaultienne qui viennent surtout de Nietzsche et Koselleck. Comme un grand étudiant de la pensée marxiste, Guilhaumou parle aussi sur le concept de l'ideologie et ses plusières métamorphoses conceptuelles dans autres champs jusqu'au moment de parler sur la question du pouvoir. Il parle quand même sur la problématique de l'analyse des images dans l'Analyse du Discours, une question favorable pour beaucoup des analystes du discours qui s'occupent avec le syncrétisme sémiotique des ses objets dans l'actualité. Enfin, il indique l'existence de une théorie du discours diluée dans la pensée du philosophe.

  16. Sur le discours et l’histoire en foucault. Entretien avec Jacques Guilhaumou

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    Welisson Marques

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    Full Text Available Dans cet entretien inédit, Jaques Guilhaumou parle sur la question du discours et de l´histoire dans la pensée de Michel Foucault en regardant telles questions à partir du belvédère de l’Analyse du Discours selon la perception française. Il commence en présentant un panorama de ses travaux plus actuels et souligne ensuite le rôle décisif de Foucault dans le établissement de une nouvelle relation entre le discours et l´histoire. Dans cette direction, il donne des détails sur quelques influences épistémologiques de la pensée foucaultienne qui viennent surtout de Nietzsche et Koselleck. Comme un grand étudiant de la pensée marxiste, Guilhaumou parle aussi sur le concept de l´ideologie et ses plusières métamorphoses conceptuelles dans autres champs jusqu´au moment de parler sur la question du pouvoir. Il parle quand même sur la problématique de l´analyse des images dans l´Analyse du Discours, une question favorable pour beaucoup des analystes du discours qui s´occupent avec le syncrétisme sémiotique des ses objets dans l´actualité. Enfin, il indique l´existence de une théorie du discours diluée dans la pensée du philosophe.

  17. Marquet Jacques, Janssen Christophe, (Dir., @mours virtuelles. Conjugalité et internet

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    Gregory Dhen

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    Full Text Available Dès l’introduction de cet ouvrage qui compile les actes du colloque “@mours virtuelles : conjugalité et Internet” le ton est donné : d’une part, nous avons besoin de nouveaux mots pour dire ces nouveaux lieux “virtuels” d’où émergent des espaces de rencontres inédits et, d’autre part,  nous devons éviter l’impasse conceptuelle qui repose sur une approche dichotomique de la réalité et de la virtualité. C’est dans cette perspective que les articles proposés tentent de ne plus penser le “virtuel...

  18. Euroopa võlakaosest välja / Jacques Delpla, Jakob von Weizsäcker

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    Autorid teevad ettepaneku jagada eurotsoonis riigivõlg prioriteetseteks ja teisesteks sektoriteks eesmärgiga tagada euro elujõulisus, seejuures oleks prioriteetsemate sektorite koguvõlg kokku 60 protsenti iga osaleva riigi SKT-st ning riigid ühendaksid võla ja annaksid välja solidaarse garantii

  19. EXPRESSION OF MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ACCORDING TO EMIL JACQUES-DALCROZE'S METHOD

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    This article discusses the movement expression considering it a crucial element of Dalcroze’s Eurhythmics. At the beginning of the 20th century Emil Jaques-Dalcroze, who is regarded as the creator of Eyrhythmics, discovered that movement should be the basis for music education. The father of Eyrhythmics referred to a common human activity - movement - and by linking it with music, he laid the foundation of methodology of music education. Eurhythmics has become one of the popular methods of ar...

  20. Jacques Derrida e la pratica dei fenomeni. Dialettica e temporalità dell’esercizio trascendentale

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    Carlo Molinar Min

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    Full Text Available In this essay I would like to propose a reinterpretation of certain passages of the earlier Derrida’s works, specifically on Edmund Husserl. I will focus mainly on his dissertation (Mémoire d’études superieures and his Introduction to the Husserlian appendix The origin of geometry. My purpose is to point out some aspects that I consider relevant for the development of the following Derrida’s philosophy. First of all, I’ll try to take into account the concept of dialectic in his transition from Kant to Husserl. Then, starting from Derrida’s interpretation of The Lectures on Internal Time-Consciousness, I’ll try to explain the meaning of what could be described as an aesthetic refoundation of the transcendental. In these early stages Derrida attempted to lay the foundation of what he’ll then call “quasi-transcendental”. From this perspective, we might note that the deconstructive reading – as such – involves a phenomenological attention towards the original contamination between the conditions of possibility and the empirical field. Therefore, the exercise of deconstruction has something to do with difference as différance from the very beginning.

  1. Education in the Realm of the Senses: Understanding Paulo Freire's Aesthetic Unconscious through Jacques Ranciere

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    Lewis, Tyson Edward

    2009-01-01

    In this article I re-examine the role that aesthetics play in Paulo Freire's pedagogy of the oppressed. As opposed to the vast majority of scholarship in this area, I suggest that aesthetics play a more centralised role in pedagogy above and beyond arts-based curricula. To help clarify Freire's position, I will argue that underlying the linguistic…

  2. Le Classement de la Musique dans l’Oeuvre de Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Carla Bromberg

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    Full Text Available L'historiographie musicale reconnaît le philosophe Rousseau, essentiellement par sa participation à trois événements du XVIIIe. siècle. Le premier événement a été le revirement causé par la formulation de la notion de basse fondamentale de Jean- Philippe Rameau; le second, la création de l'encyclopédie par Diderot et d'Alembert, ayant dans les écrits de Rousseau la principale contribution pour la musique comme espace de connaissance; et enfin, l'événement connu sous le nom de la Querelle des Bouffons (1753, dans laquelle Rousseau a discuté les avantages relatifs de l'opéra comique italienne et de l’opéra tragique française. Ce travail a pour objectif de montrer, par la mise au point de l'histoire des sciences, comment Rousseau a développé ses arguments dans les documents par rapport aux événements mentionnés précédemment et, surtout, dans la définition de ses entrées du Dictionnaire de musique, permettant l'identification de sa conception, ou des conceptions, de la Musique comme domaine de connaissance.

  3. ANALISIS DEKONSTRUKSI TOKOH TAKESHI DAN MITSUSABURO DALAM NOVEL SILENT CRY KARYA KENZABURO OE PERSPEKTIF JACQUES DERRIDA

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    Abd. Ghofur

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    Full Text Available This article is a little result done by the writer, in which critical analisys discourse study as a tool to learn literature. It is Kenzaburo Oe’s writing, a Japan writer who got Pulitzer or noble in literature. It employs Jaques Derrida deconstructive theory, while the researcher focuses on binary opposition.  When deconstruction used, it will expose inside of the text, furthermore it produces other meaning or different point of view from the real text.

  4. La fundamentación filosófica de los derechos humanos en Jacques Maritain

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    Mauricio Beuchot

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available The author shows how the relation between natural rights and human rights has some arguments with an idea of human rights in the Thomist philosophy, according to Maritain's stand point of view.

  5. Política, don y hospitalidad en el pensamiento de Jacques Derrida

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    Penchaszadeh, Ana Paula

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    Full Text Available Derrida wittingly shows the set of paradoxes that is necessary to experiment in order to expose the politics to its limit, that is to say, to its (impossibility. But, does the concept of hospitality-gift gives some type of hope for thinking and conceiving a different policy/politics? Does the Derridean theory open some space for freedom, from the condemnation of the sacrificial structure embedded in all identity? As it will be shown throughout this paper, an answer that makes justice to the Derridean thought can only say «yes and no» at the same time, alternating itself in the land of the possible and of the impossible.

    Derrida muestra con agudeza el conjunto de paradojas que es preciso experimentar para exponer la política a su límite, es decir, a su (imposibilidad. Pero, ¿alberga el concepto de hospitalidad-don algún tipo de esperanza para pensar y concebir una política diferente? ¿Abre la teoría derrideana algún espacio para la libertad, a partir de la denuncia de la estructura sacrificial comprometida en toda identidad? Como se mostrará a lo largo de este trabajo, una respuesta que haga justicia al pensamiento derrideano sólo puede decir «sí y no» al mismo tiempo, moviéndose alternadamente en el terreno de lo posible y de lo imposible.

  6. Jacques Maurice (coord., Fermín Salvochea. Un anarquista entre la leyenda y la historia

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    Antonio Jesús Pinto Tortosa

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    Full Text Available La biografía de cualquier personaje histórico siempre es un reto ambicioso, apasionante y difícil. En primer lugar, exige un análisis detenido de los datos que conocemos del sujeto en cuestión, eliminando la leyenda para quedarnos con la información objetiva; en segundo lugar, debemos conocer su contexto histórico para entender su actitud, sin justificarla; por último, se corre el riesgo de dejarse llevar por el apasionamiento, confiriendo subjetividad a una labor intelectual de la que se exi...

  7. Paulo Freire's Last Laugh: Rethinking Critical Pedagogy's Funny Bone through Jacques Ranciere

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    Lewis, Tyson Edward

    2010-01-01

    In several enigmatic passages, Paulo Freire describes the pedagogy of the oppressed as a "pedagogy of laughter". The inclusion of laughter alongside problem-posing dialogue might strike some as ambiguous, considering that the global exploitation of the poor is no laughing matter. And yet, laughter seems to be an important aspect of the pedagogy of…

  8. Rethinking Emancipation in Organization Studies. In the light of Jacques Rancière's Philosophy

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    The demand for emancipation was once something we only associated with oppressed social groups such as Women, Workers or the colonized who were seeking to escape from various forms of domination which they had long been subjected to. Today, some of the most privileged groups in our society such as middle managers and professions talk about their thirst for emancipation. They seek this precious and awe inspiring goal through participating in management courses (Gosling, 2000), reading various ...

  9. MAROLF ABOUT THE PHILOSOPHICAL MARGRAVIATE: COMMENTS ON THE MARGES DE LA PHILOSOPHIE OF JACQUES DERRIDA

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    ALEKSANDRA PAWLISZYN

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    Full Text Available In this paper we would like to grasp – in the context of our comments on the Marges de la philosophie of J. Derrida – the word of philosophical discourse as the movement of the metaphysical male element (light deep into the dark abyss of the metaphysical female element, in order to swell the mysterious material carrier of light – the sign – to release it and give it over to attack; respectively, as to try and tear the life and death mystery out of it... In a philosophical hermeneutics, we realize that every word – including the philosophical word – originates in emptiness, so it cannot have an “empty margin”; but every word is immersed” in various types of linguistic expression, which defines meanings contextually. So, we noticed, that when the author of Marges… writes about “the logic of the margin” – which, to us, does not seem “something so different” to the linguistic description of context as the tangle of “various forces”, deprived of “any center” – yet this subject of margin, being deprived of central forces, is at the center of Derrida`s considerations! This is similar to the situation in which we write about synchronous or articulate synchronous, but it is not the synchronous itself. Similarly, writings about the margin are not the margin...

  10. Apuntes para una teoría del saber. La prospectiva de Jacques Maritain

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    Álvarez Álvarez, Juan Jesús

    2007-08-01

    Full Text Available Is it possible to use the Thomist principles to create a new synthesis of the knowledge according with the new scientist advances? This is the question we try to answer following the basic guidelines of the Maritainian Thomism. The article is divided in two parts in the first one the general notion of knowledge is characterized, in the second part the speculative knowledge is structured and classified –in a general way–. We discover the right frame to recover the integrity of the Human Knowledge in a vital and organic unity.¿Es posible servirse de los principios tomistas para conformar una nueva síntesis de los saberes acorde con los avances científicos de nuestro tiempo? Ésta es la pregunta a la que aquí se intenta responder de acuerdo con las líneas básicas del tomismo maritainiano. El artículo se divide en dos partes: en la primera se caracteriza una noción general de saber y en la segunda se estructuran y clasifican –también a título general– los saberes especulativos. Descubrimos así un marco apropiado para recuperar la integridad del saber humano en una unidad orgánica y vital.

  11. Jean-Jacques Is Alive and Well: Rousseau and Contemporary Sociobiology

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    Masters, Roger D.

    1978-01-01

    A description of the author's personal fascination with and study of Rousseau's life. Discusses Rousseau's many questions that are relevant to evolutionary biology, sociobiology, anthropology, and ethology. Questions concern the nature of human nature, the origin of human society, nurture-nature influences on humans, and the nature of male-female…

  12. Berriane Yasmine, Femmes, associations et politique à Casablanca, Centre Jacques Berque, Rabat, 2013, 452 p.

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    Camille Hamidi

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Depuis la fin des années 1980, les organisations internationales ont promu de façon croissante la société civile et la démocratie participative dans les pays du Sud, faisant progressivement de celles-ci une condition sine qua non de leur aide financière. Dans le tryptique libéralisation économique, promotion de l'État de droit et développement, une société civile florissante est censée offrir des garde-fous face au pouvoir politique, incitant à davantage de transparence, moins de clientélisme...

  13. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, de la montre du Sérail au gouvernement du Contrat social

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    2016-01-01

    Parce que Rousseau a vendu sa montre en pleine crise de « réforme somptuaire », parce qu’il s’en est vanté dans les Confessions et les Rêveries, parce que le Marquis de Girardin, qui l’accueillait à Ermenonville, l’a répété aussitôt dans son récit des derniers jours, l’épisode est passé à la postérité : un jour de 1751, Rousseau, déjà célèbre à Paris pour son Discours sur les sciences et les arts, quitte « la dorure et les bas blancs », pose l’épée et vend sa montre, prélude au retour vers Ge...

  14. EXPRESSION OF MUSIC AND MOVEMENT ACCORDING TO EMIL JACQUES-DALCROZE'S METHOD

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    Anna Galikowska – Gajewska

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available This article discusses the movement expression considering it a crucial element of Dalcroze’s Eurhythmics. At the beginning of the 20th century Emil Jaques-Dalcroze, who is regarded as the creator of Eyrhythmics, discovered that movement should be the basis for music education. The father of Eyrhythmics referred to a common human activity - movement - and by linking it with music, he laid the foundation of methodology of music education. Eurhythmics has become one of the popular methods of arts education but, first of all, a versatile system of music education, which allows acomplishement of true expression. The Dalcroze's approach to music education established the foundation of an understanding of music through movement-motion. Music expressed through the natural and simple language of human body's movements leads to a personal fuller experience of music through motion, enables a deeper feeling of music, a better understanding and discovering its beauty. Dalcroze considered that the qualities of music were fundamental forces in human life, and emphasized music’s connection to other arts, such as dance, drama, poetry, and particularly singing, which all are fundamental human activities involving movement, language and emotion.

  15. Medical science, culture, and truth

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    Gillett Grant

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Abstract There is a fairly closed circle between culture, language, meaning, and truth such that the world of a given culture is a world understood in terms of the meanings produced in that culture. Medicine is, in fact, a subculture of a powerful type and has its own language and understanding of the range of illnesses that affect human beings. So how does medicine get at the truth of people and their ills in such a way as to escape its own limited constructions? There is a way out of the closed circle implicit in the idea of a praxis and the engagement with reality that is central to it and the further possibility introduced by Jacques Lacan that signification is never comprehensive in relation to the subject's encounter with the real. I will explore both of these so as to develop a conception of truth that is apt for the knowledge that arises in the clinic.

  16. The Lacanian Theory of Homosexuality and of the Family in Disorder

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    Manuel Asensi Pérez

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available This essay aims to analyze two major problems in Jacques Lacan’s work. On the one hand, the problem of the transcription and establishment of the well known Seminar, a process through which, at times, certain problematic conclusions have been derived. Such is the case of Seminar five, Formations of the Unconscious, where Lacan apparently argues that homosexuality is a perversion. But if we take into account the manuscript of the stenotype version, it is revealed that the transcription incurs in some interpretive errors. On the other hand, the essay explores the Lacanian theory of the three Oedipal stages and points out to some contradictions in the text, contradictions that allow for a reinterpretation of Lacan’s theory in such a way that allows for a different analysis of the Lacanian vision of homosexuality, as well as of the issues related to what Roudinesco called “the family in disorder”.

  17. The educational desires of Danish and South Korean environmental NGOs

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    Lysgaard, Jonas Greve

    of practice before zooming in to examine case examples from Danish and South Korean environmental NGOs engaged in non-formal educational work. Drawing on interviews with members of traditional through to radical NGOs, abductive analysis explores how the public is variously understood and positioned...... as a ‘learning entity’. A sense of frustration is clearly apparent as the NGOs attempt to influence how the public live, even as efforts typically promote (if not repeat) engagement and educational strategies and activities that are known to fail. Inspired by the theories of Jacques Lacan and Slavoj Žižek...... the study analyses the significance of this frustration, illuminating why it is that the very ways in which NGOs pursue particular forms of environmental and sustainability education make possible a ‘cynical identification’ with the foundational ideals of the NGO. On the one hand NGOs operate in a field...

  18. A escrita na psicose e seus efeitos no encontro com um psicanalista na atenção psicossocial

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    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The text begins with a clinician case of psychosis, treated by the public mental health service, where the subject had developed by himself a strategy of treatment that includes the writing. We propose a discussion between the Psychoanalysis and the Mental Health, and then we discuss it based on Jacques Lacan's hypothesis for the writing on psychosis cases. We meet three possibilities: the idea of stereotypy and its contrary, the creative process, by the 1930s decade; the idea of a name's writing by the 1960s decade and finally the idea of the letter's writing by the 1970s decade. Coming back to the case, we have tried to extract the consequences of the writing in this case and a treatment direction for other cases.

  19. Jeux de miroir dans deux récits gémellaires

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    2016-01-01

    C’est au cours du « stade du miroir » (entre 6 et 18 mois pour Jacques Lacan) que l’enfant prend conscience de son identité, à travers son double spéculaire. Mais lors d’une naissance gémellaire, ce stade est gêné par la présence de l’image spéculaire chez l’autre jumeau, car alors le double spéculaire n’est plus métaphorique, mais bel et bien réel. Deux récits du Moyen Âge, notamment, mettent en scène l’influence de la gémellité sur l’identité. Il y a tout d’abord Floris et Lyriopé, roman en...

  20. The role of fantasy in social media use

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    The main objective of this article is to ask how the use of social media influences the formation the formation of the subject and thereby to explore aspects of a psychoanalytical theoretical framework for analysis, that could point to transformational features in the formation of discourses...... and how these influences young people's way of appropriating information. This article framework is part of a larger research project which examines digital youth and their use of social media in everyday life and education. The article will investigate the following questions, "How does social media use...... and technological interfacing affect the formation of the subject?" And "What consequences does the use of social media and the technological interfacing have on how we as human subjects appropriate and disseminate information?" My analysis of the questions above are inspired by Jacques Lacan and his...

  1. Cuando la letra hace borde

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    Andrea Mojica Mojica

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Desde una lectura psicoanalítica,se propone entender la indiferenciacomo postura frente al Otro, paraplantear el recurso a la letra comoprecipitado y como una creaciónsingular que le posibilita al sujetouna forma de hacer lazo desde unalógica de apertura y reconocimientode la alteridad, de la diferencia.Localizar la causa de la indiferenciaen la tensión entre el Otro y el gocepermite abordar las modalidades departicipación y la sensibilización alsufrimiento del otro como efectosde la inserción en el lazo social,en las lógicas que rigen su ordenamientoy la inscripción posible de ladiferencia radical del sujeto. En esteejercicio se toma como referente eltrabajo de Jacques Lacan sobre lafamosa apuesta de Pascal alrededorde la inconsistencia del Otro.

  2. A imaginação do outro: intersecções entre psicanálise e hierologia

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    José Francisco Miguel Henriques Bairrão

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available Neste artigo comparam-se as contribuições para o estudo do imaginário e da alteridade de dois pensadores franceses, próximos pela época em que viveram e pela influência da fenomenologia em suas obras: o psicanalista Jacques Lacan e o filósofo e islamólogo Henry Corbin. O objetivo é contribuir para o desenvolvimento de um modo de investigação psicológica do imaginário religioso, que evite o reducionismo. Conclui-se que, na medida em que a vivência do sagrado se mostra indissociável de uma revelação do sujeito que a experimenta, o modo próprio do acontecer religioso convida a uma escuta do seu sentido numa perspectiva psicológica.

  3. A ubiquidade das câmeras e a irrupção do real = The ubiquity of cameras and the eruption of the real into images

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    Polydoro, Felipe da Silva

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available A disseminação de câmeras em dispositivos eletrônicos móveis e equipamentos de vigilância multiplica os registros visuais do mundo. Entre eles, estão os vídeos que captam a irrupção inesperada de um acontecimento alheio ao sujeito que filma, uma intromissão do real na cena que desorganiza os elementos e modifica até mesmo o estatuto da imagem. Neste texto, objetivamos conceituar tal tipo de imagem e, além disso, levantar referências teóricas para analisá-la, sobretudo com base no pensamento de Jacques Lacan. Além disso, analisamos alguns vídeos de acontecimentos de relevância midiática: o assassinato de Kennedy, o ataque terrorista de 11 de setembro, a queda de um meteorito na Rússia

  4. Del método crítico-teórico lacaniano a sus reconfiguraciones práctico-políticas en discursos concretos: cuestionamiento de la ideología, compromiso del investigador y subversión del sujeto

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    2017-01-01

    Además de ofrecer una introducción a lo que viene llamándose análisis lacaniano de discurso en corrientes radicales y alternativas de la psicología, el presente capítulo contiene una recapitulación del origen y la breve historia de este nuevo método, muestra cómo se inspira en la teoría de Jacques Lacan, examina con detenimiento su aspecto intrínsecamente crítico-teórico y contempla tres formas práctico-políticas en las que puede reconfigurarse bajo el efecto de los discursos concretos en los...

  5. Ver Antígone em (quase) toda mulher: Ruth Klüger e Emma Zunz

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    Flavia Trocoli

    2014-01-01

    Este ensaio propõe uma leitura das ressonâncias da tragédia Antígone, de Sófocles, tal como interpretada por Jacques Lacan, no relato autobiográfico de Ruth Klüger e na ação da personagem Emma Zunz, do conto homônimo de Jorge Luis Borges. Destaco e analiso, primeiro, a diferença entre um desejo de morte da personagem sofocliana e um luto efetuado pela sobrevivente da Shoah e, em seguida, a homologia entre Antígone e Emma Zunz em relação a um desejo mortífero e a uma impossibilidade de luto, i...

  6. Altruism and self-image of Methodist Pastors

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    Silva, Paulo Bessa da

    2008-01-01

    A presente pesquisa propõe-se a estudar possíveis relações entre idade, tempo de serviço como clérigo ou clériga na Igreja Metodista e auto-imagem destes últimos acerca de altruísmo. O tema do altruísmo é abordado a partir da filosofia, da psicanálise, dos estudos evolucionistas e da psicologia cognitiva do desenvolvimento moral. Examina as críticas e contribuições que a psicanálise de Sigmund Freud e Jacques Lacan deu aos debates sobre altruísmo, bem como as possíveis relações com o te...

  7. A Lacanian Reading of the Two Novels The Scarlet Letter And Private Memoirs And Confessions of A Justified Sinner

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    Marjan Yazdanpanahi

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses two novels The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner and The Scarlet Letter written by James Hogg and Nathaniel Hawthorn from the perspective of Jacques Lacan theories: the mirror stage, the-name-of-the-father and desire. The mirror stage refers to historical value and an essential libidinal relationship with the body-image. The-name-of-the-father is defined as the prohibitive role of the father as the one who lays down the incest taboo in the Oedipus complex. Meanwhile, desire is neither the appetite for satisfaction, nor the demand for love, but the difference that results from the subtraction of the first from the second.

  8. "Oneself as Another": Identification and Mourning in Patrick Modiano's Dora Bruder

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    Susan Rubin Suleiman

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Taking off from Paul Ricoeur's book Soi-même comme un autre (Oneself as Another , this essay discusses two kinds of identification in Modiano's relation to Dora: identification as appropriation, where the writer "assimilates" Dora's story in order to explore his own relation to his parents, especially his father; and identification as empathy, where the writer underlines the differences between his and Dora's stories and also seeks to come to a historical understanding of what happened to her. In that process, he also evokes the fate of other Jews who, like Dora and her family, were deported from France. I conclude that this kind of empathetic identification leads to mourning, which is the realization that the death of a person has left (as Jacques Lacan puts it a "hole in the real."

  9. Obstáculos em torno da feminilidade

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    Pontes, Lusimar de Melo

    2011-01-01

    O tema desta pesquisa de mestrado é o sujeito feminino e suas questões em torno da feminilidade. Neste sentido, ela discute os traços que poderiam acentuar ou ajudar a criar uma rede de obstáculos ou de impedimento à feminilidade. Isso é feito a partir do referencial teórico da psicanálise, utilizando prioritariamente a obra de Sigmund Freud e de Jacques Lacan. A pesquisa tem como objetivo pôr em discussão interrogações advindas da clínica, pois foi uma conjunção de fatos clínicos que suscito...

  10. Intervenções psicossociais em comunidades: contribuições da psicanálise Psychosocial interventions in communities: psychoanalyses contributions

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    Nadir Lara Junior

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo propõe uma reflexão de cunho teórico-metodológico sobre as formas de intervenção psicossocial em comunidades e as contribuições que a psicanálise freudo-lacaniana pode oferecer a esse campo. Para tanto, nosso ponto de partida será, além de uma revisão bibliográfica sobre o tema na psicologia social comunitária, a nossa experiência profissional e acadêmica. Nosso objetivo é fundamentar uma proposta praxiológica de intervenção com comunidades e para isso utilizaremos alguns conceitos e ideias relevantes pautadas na psicanálise que nos possibilitam refletir sobre a prática interventiva dos psicólogos e também de outros profissionais que atuam na área social. Neste texto dialogamos com autores como Jacques Lacan, Slavoj Zizek e Chantal Mouffe.This article proposes a theoretical-methodological reflection on the forms of psychosocial intervention in communities and the contributions that Freud-Lacanian psychoanalyzes can offer to this field. Therefore we will have a bibliographic revision on the topic according to the Community Social Psychology and our professional and academic experience. However our objective is to found a praxiological proposal of intervention in communities and, to do so, we will use some concepts and relevant ideas based in Psychoanalyses, which enable the reflection on the intervention practices of the psychologist, and also of other professionals who work in the social area. In this text, we dialogue with authors like: Jacques Lacan, Slavoj Zizek e Chantal Mouffe.

  11. Ética corporal y sexuación: plasticidad y fluidez en el sujeto del postfeminismo Ethics of the body and sexuation: plasticity and flow in the subject of postfeminism

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    Isabel Balza

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available La posición sexual analizada por Jacques Lacan en su Seminario XX (1973 muestra la estructura de la heterosexualidad normativa: un orden binario de los cuerpos sexuados que asumen dos modos excluyentes de la sexualidad. Esta economía sexual se cifra en la ecuación tener/ser el falo. Frente a esta ética corporal lacaniana, el pensamiento feminista ha planteado otras posiciones sexuales. Propongo analizar el feminismo radical de Monique Wittig, interpretando su El cuerpo lesbiano (1973 como un modo crítico de ser el falo lacaniano, y examinar la crítica de Judith Butler con su falo lesbiano (Cuerpos que importan, de 1993. Butler rompe la lógica binaria excluyente, abriendo la posibilidad a un cuerpo sexuado de ser y tener el falo al mismo tiempo. Por último, analizaré la propuesta de los dildos que Beatriz Preciado plantea en su Manifiesto contra-sexual (2002.The sexual position analyzed by Jacques Lacan in his Seminar XX (1973 shows the structure of normative heterosexuality: a binary order of the sexed bodies assuming two exclusive modes of sexuality. This sexual economy encodes the equation having/being the phallus. Facing the lacanian body ethics, feminist thought has posed other sexual positions. I propose to analyze Monique Wittig's radical feminism, interpreting The Lesbian Body (1973 as a critical mode of being the lacanian phallus, and to examine Judith Butler's critique in her discussion of the lesbian phallus (Bodies that Matter, 1993. Butler breaks the exclusive binary logic, opening the possibility for a sexed body to be and to have the phallus simultaneously. Lastly, I will examine the proposal of dildoes that Beatriz Preciado raises in her Manifesto contra-sexual (2002.

  12. Acerca del acto analítico y el vacío Analytical act and empty

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    Cynthia Acuña

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo intentaré hacer pensable una dimensión del inconsciente que no es la del sujeto sino la del objeto. Parto de las referencias que da Jacques Lacan en "El acto psicoanalítico" sobre la "experiencia de saber" y desarrollo el tema tomando como eje un cuento oriental, el de un arquero que dispara con un arco vacío. En las conclusiones, subrayo que el acto analítico se relaciona con esta dimensión, en la que "ello piensa" sin sujeto, acorde a la idea lacaniana de que el analista opera por no pensar. Este trabajo forma parte una investigación UBACyT con sede en la Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad de Buenos Aires.In this work I will try to do thinkable a dimension of the unconscious that is not the one from subject but object. I start from the references that Jacques Lacan give in "The Analytical act" on the "expérience du savoir" and I work the topic taking as central to an oriental tale, that of an archer who shoots an empty bow. In the conclusions, I stress that the analytic act relates to this dimension, in which "Id thinks" without a subject, according to the Lacanian idea that the analyst operates for not thinking. This work is part of an UBACyT research in the School of Psychology at the University of Buenos Aires.

  13. Merleau-Ponty y el psicoanálisis (de Freud y Lacan): Deseo, inconsciente y lenguaje Merleau-Ponty and Freud and Lacan's psychoanalysis: Desire, unconscious and language

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    Luciano Lutereau

    2011-01-01

    De acuerdo con la modificación del punto de vista de Merleau-Ponty respecto del psicoanálisis (entre 1942 y 1945) ubicaremos sus interpretaciones del deseo y la sexualidad freudiana como fundamento...

  14. Conversion and the Real: The (Im)Possibility of Testimonial Representation.

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    Although the spiritual vibration of conversion can be felt (by the curious outsider) through what conversion performers say in their testimonial discourse, what transforms the convert 'on stage' into a 'new being' and what is 'the real' (le réel) in conversion performance remain unclear. An important question in this connection is, What is 'real' in a conversion representation, both with respect to the convert's interaction with the audience and to the construction of social reality? Following Lacan's tripartite register of the imaginary, the symbolic, and the real, in this essay I argue that through testimonial discourse converts construct social reality as an answer to the impossibility of 'the real' in their performative discursive practice. In the first part, I question the constructed nature of testimonial representations-as well as some academic knowledge production that has governed conversion research in the last few decades-and how these representations encourage 'outsiders' to read the narrative repertoire as a negation or mirroring 'the real' of the conversion experience. In the second part, I apply Roland Barthes' analytic reflections on photography to conversion research, especially the notions of the studium (the common ground of cultural meanings) and the punctum (a personal experience that inspires private meaning). This brings me to a number of theorists (mostly never used in the field of religious conversion)-Jacques Lacan, Roland Barthes, and Slavoj Žižek-who are important to the perspective that is developed in this essay.

  15. ¿Cómo hablar del cuerpo? o de un dualismo insostenible/How to speak about the body? or the untenable dualism

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    Adrián Francia Villalba

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo intenta subrayar el dualismo implícito en las conceptualizaciones freudianas sobre el cuerpo, a la vez que denuncia lo insostenible de dicho binarismo en las lecturas que algunos autores propician sobre el texto de Freud. Una idea recorre el artículo y es la de que solamente a partir del trinomio R. S. I. (Real, Simbólico e Imaginario introducido por Jaques Lacan en 1953 y formalizado en su seminario de 1974-75 en el anudamiento Borromeo, se estaría en condiciones de pensar desde otro paradigma que no implique el dualismo cartesiano, las cuestiones inherentes al cuerpo. The present work tries to underline the implicit dualism of Freud’s conceptualizations of the body, as he reported on about such untenable binarism in the interpretations some authors favoured on Freud’s text. The idea covers the article and is the one that from the R. S. I. (Real Symbolic and Imaginary trinomial, introduced by Jacques Lacan in 1953 and formalized in his 1974-75 seminar in the Borromeo’s statement, we can be in condition to think of another paradigm that does not imply the cartesian dualism, the inherent matters of the body.

  16. Sintomas e perda de corpo = Symptoms and loss of body

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    Murta, Claudia

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available O sintoma como acontecimento de corpo é uma proposição de Jacques Lacan que se remete aos seus últimos anos de ensino e trata sobre os efeitos do trauma da língua sobre o corpo. Esses efeitos se apresentam como padecimentos ou adoecimentos corporais e são nomeados como afetos ou paixões. A ressonância do pensamento de René Descartes é evidente no contexto da elaboração lacaniana do sintoma como acontecimento de corpo, tendo em vista que se fundamenta na distinção entre ter e ser um corpo. Trata-se de uma questão onto-génetica sobre a ambiguidade do corpo em Descartes e Lacan: o corpo objeto – “ter um corpo” – e o corpo como re-significação da presença do ser no mundo. Para elucidação da proposta, o texto literário de Daniel Pennac, “Jornal de um corpo” é analisado

  17. El inconsciente – del sentido del significante al goce de la letra: un estudio lacaniano

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    Éverton Fernandes Cordeiro

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo propone discutir el recorrido teórico del psicoanalista francés Jacques Lacan, al distinguir la letra del campo del significante, no desde el punto de vista de literalidad y estructura localizada del significante, sino como elemento que vincula algo del orden pulsional, del gozo. Así, Lacan sugiere pensar el inconsciente como letra, yendo más allá de la noción del inconsciente estructurado como un lenguaje. En los años 1970, a partir de la noción de enjambre de significantes, se estaría entonces bajo la perspectiva de un inconsciente “letrado”, real, teniendo en cuenta la posibilidad que la letra trae a la dimensión de la lengua, noción que evidencia un gozo entrevisto en el sin sentido de los significantes. Finalmente, el artículo presenta una discusión contemporánea acerca de dos estatutos del inconsciente: transferencial y real.

  18. Arte, escritura y psicoanálisis. // Art, writing, and psychoanalysis.

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    Boris Gonzales Ceja.

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available This text is addressed to those interested in psychoanalysis and its intertextual relation: psychoanalysis, in theory or into practice, in communication with literature. Basically, the aim is the identification of problems between the psychoanalysis and its transference. For this, I deal with the literature of Julio Cortázar and the Letter of Lacan as the paradigm of these problems, since they facilitate the reading of the psychoanalytic knowledge. // Este texto está dirigido a los interesados en el psicoanálisis y su relación intertextual: psicoanálisis en su teoría o en su práctica en dialogo con la literatura. Básicamente, se intenta una problematización entre el psicoanálisis y su transmisión. Para ello, abordo como paradigma de esta problemática a la literatura de Julio Cortazar y la Letra de Jacques Lacan, por facilitar la lectura del saber del psicoanálisis.

  19. La implicación del sujeto del inconsciente en el síntoma The Participation Of The Unconscious's Subject In The Symptom

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    Edmundo Mordoh

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Tomamos como objeto de estudio la implicación del sujeto del inconsciente en el síntoma. Estudiamos cómo el trabajo analítico posibilita dar cuenta de la participación inconsciente del sujeto en la etiología de su propio sufrimiento subjetivo, y particularmente cómo el proceso diagnóstico psicoanalítico puede revelar tal implicación del sujeto. Desarrollamos y discutiremos algunas elaboraciones conceptuales de Sigmud Freud y de Jacques Lacan.We study in which way the analytic work imply the participation of the unconscious's subject in its own subjective suffering. Mainly we study how the diagnostic process of psychoanalysis reveals the unconscious subject's taking part. We relate this process with the emergence of the subject of the unconscious and its possibility of taking responsibility of its own subjective suffering. We study some of the Freud's clinical cases that show the unconscious's subject participation in the symptom. We develop and discuss some Freud's and Lacan's elaborations.

  20. OBJECT PETITA AS A METHODOLOGICAL PARADIGM OF RESEARCH IN PSYCHOANALYSIS

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    Kaio Fidelis

    2017-09-01

    Full Text Available Highlighting the importance of singularity in opposition to a certain totalitarian and omnipotent conception of the universal, the article proposes an approach to the lacanian concept of object little a as articulator of a proper psychoanalytic research methodology. Following the several teachings of method pronounced by Lacan (1962-63/2005 in Anxiety: The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book X – precious moment for object little a assumption – we intend to delineate how this concept (that in its core emphasizes the character of non-representability can be the mediator of other objects, in order to provide a modus operandi for the continuous task of finding provisional and singularized representations for the lack set by the irrepresentable of castration, offering methodological possibilities for theoretical and clinical research, in order to situate the cause of desire function of this object as central to knowledge.