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  1. El programa de investigación propuesto por Jacques Lacan en el año 1966: de la verdad como causa para el sujeto

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    Jaime Iván Hernández España

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available In 1966, the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan publishes Écrits setting an antecedent for his teachings. We consider that this antecedent leaves a very specific proposal for psychoanalysis and a field where the psychoanalyst can make its practice possible: truth as a cause to the subject. However, Lacan warns, from a psychoanalytical science perspective, that we must resist other ways of relationship with truth as a cause. Thus, from his scientific obedience and through a structuralist definition, Lacan also approaches other fields outside the jurisdiction of psychoanalysis: magic, religion, and science.

  2. 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.

  3. Lenguaje, palabra, discurso en la enseñanza de Jacques Lacan. // Languaje, word, speech in Jacques Lacan`s teaching.

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    Marcela Ana Negro.

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This article is the result of the analysis of two Lacan’s statements in Seminar 3 in which he differentiates between language, word and speech. The results presented here intend to report that difference, by defining the structure and the rules of each aspect of the symbolic dimension. The author also tries to define the special features of the subject and the Other from the language, word and speech aspects. This research is limited to Lacan’s first contributions (1953-1958. // Este artículo surge como resultado de una investigación a partir de una frase de Lacan del Seminario 3 donde distingue lenguaje, palabra y discurso. El desarrollo que se expone aquí intenta dar cuenta de esa diferencia, situando la estructura y las leyes correspondientes a cada vertiente de la dimensión simbólica. También se intenta articular las particularidades que surgen en cuanto al sujeto y al Otro en cada una de ellas. El trabajo de investigación se circunscribe a los primeros años de la enseñanza de Jacques Lacan (1953-1958.

  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. Jacques Lacan and the Other Side of Psychoanalysis: Reflections on Seminar XVII

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    Lizzy Newman

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available pA 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./ppA new book that brings together 16 essays, mostly all commentaries upon Lacan#39;#39;s Seminar XVII, known as #39;The other Side of Psychoanalysis#39;. 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. /p

  9. Dos fases en el uso del nudo borromeo en el último período de la obra de Jacques Lacan Two phases in the use of the borromean know in the last period of the work of Jacques Lacan

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    Fabián Schejtman

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo, resultado de una de las líneas de investigación exploradas en el Proyecto UBACyT P022 (2008-2010, aislamos dos fases en el uso que Jacques Lacan hace del nudo borromeo en el último período de su obra y exploramos algunas de las consecuencias clínicas de dicho distingo.In this paper, the result of one of the lines of research explored in the project UBACyT P022 (2008-2010, we isolated two phases in Jacques Lacan's use of the borromean knot in the last period of his work, and explore some of the clinical consequences of that distinction.

  10. 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

  11. 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…

  12. [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.

  13. Una contribución sobre Psicoanálisis y Medicina de Jacques Lacan A contribution on Psychoanalysis and Medicine by Jacques Lacan

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    José Luis González

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo es parte de un proyecto mayor de investigación sobre los aportes de la enseñanza de J. Lacan al tema toxicomanías. La contribución refiere a Medicina y Psicoanálisis de 1966. Se desarrolla la forma en que autor caracteriza la vida contemporánea marcada por lo que llama la universalización y el papel de la ciencia y las leyes del mercado en este proceso. La toxicomanía ya no puede ser tratada como un asunto policial sino como otro modo de goce que muestra el exceso causado por el desarrollo de la ciencia. Esto impone al médico tomar una posición ética e incluir en su práctica categorías del psicoanálisis como demanda y deseo y la concepción del cuerpo como cuerpo de goce.The present work is part of a bigger investigation project about the contributions of J. Lacan's Teaching on drug abuse subject. The contribution refers to Medicine and Psychoanalysis, 1966. It develops the way that the author characterizes the contemporary life marked by what he calls the universalization and the role of science and market's laws in this process. The drug abuse can not be treated as a police subject any more, but as another way of jouissance that shows the excess caused by the scientific development. This imposes the doctor to take an ethical position and also to include in his practice categories from the psychoanalysis such as demand and desire and the conception of the body, as body of jouissance.

  14. Jacques Lacan and Feminist Epistemology

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    Campbell, Kirsten

    2004-01-01

    This book outlines a compelling new agenda for feminist theories of identity and social relations. Using Lacanian psychoanalysis with feminist epistemology, the author sets out a groundbreaking psychoanalytic social theory. Campbell's work offers answers to the important contemporary question of how feminism can change the formation of gendered subjectivities and social relations. Drawing on the work of third wave feminists, the book shows how feminism can provide new political models of know...

  15. Jacques Lacan’s “Kant with Sade”: renunciation to desire and sadism in the Kantian categorical imperative

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    Francisco Conde Soto

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study is to evaluate the juxtaposition of Kant’s categorical imperative with Sade’s maxim exposed in several texts of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. According to Lacan Kant and Sade are two sides of the same coin in reference to their position with respect to desire and enjoyment. His thesis are: 1. Sade’s maxim that the libertine is entitled to vex his neighbor as he pleases essentially meets the requirements of Kant’s categorical imperative. 2. Both Sade and Kant’s theories are examples of only one sadism directed at other subjects the first and directed toward himself in the form of moral duty the second. Reading The Ethics of Psychoanalysis (1959-60 and especially the text “Kant with Sade” (1966 is exposed Lacan’s critique of the categorical imperative of Kant, taken as a paradigm of what it means to be moral.

  16. 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...

  17. Imaginárno a pohled (Lacan, čtenář Merleau-Pontyho)

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    Fulka, Josef

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 55, č. 4 (2007), s. 537-551 ISSN 0015-1831 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90090514 Keywords : Psychoanalysis * Jacques Lacan * Maurice Merleau-Ponty * the imaginary Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  18. 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…

  19. Thanatos and Civilization: Lacan, Marcuse, and the Death Drive

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    Cho, Daniel

    2006-01-01

    During the 1950s and 1960s two thinkers, Herbert Marcuse and Jacques Lacan, were conducting a "return to Freud" for very similar reasons. If the differences between them are often advertised, their affinities are less so. In this article, I examine how their "return to Freud" and fidelity to psychoanalysis serves as a common ground to read each in…

  20. The psychoanalyst of the adolescent.

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    Laufer, M

    1996-01-01

    The adolescent who comes for psychoanalytic treatment has probably experienced a developmental breakdown-a rejection of his or her body and a distorted image of himself or herself as being male or female. A critical requisite for work with such adolescents is an understanding of one's own adolescent development. The internal freedom of the psychoanalyst is an essential ingredient in the treatment of the adolescent. This means that the psychoanalyst of the adolescent can separate his own sexual life and thoughts from what is lived out in the analytic sessions and thus can ensure that the treatment will confront whatever is essential and that he will avoid deriving gratification from the treatment process through taking over the adolescent's body or feeling that he is secretly sharing the intimacies of the patient.

  1. 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…

  2. La histeria en el último período de la enseñanza de J. Lacan The Hysteria In The Last Period Of J. Lacan'S Teaching

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    Fabián Schejtman

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo desplegamos algunas de las perspectivas que se desprenden de las formulaciones que Jacques Lacan produce sobre la histeria en el último período de su enseñanza, especialmente a partir del examen de esta estructura en función de las fórmulas de la sexuación lacanianas y de la definición topológica de la histeria en tanto armadura (armature del amor al padre.In the present work we deploy some of the perspectives that come off from the formulations that Jacques Lacan makes about the hysteria in the last period of his teaching, especially starting from the exam of this structure in function of the lacanian's formulas of sexuation and from the topological definition of the hysteria as long as frame (armature of father's love.

  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. 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?

  5. The psychoanalyst at the medical bedside.

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    Lefer, Jay

    2006-01-01

    Consultation-liaison psychiatry is now a subspecialty recognized by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. The presence of the psychiatrist as a member of the medical team is the result of contributions by psychoanalysts in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s who studied the psyche acting on the soma. Psychoanalysis, from its theoretical inception, was holistic, and brought together biological, psychic, and social-ecological perspectives to unravel the mysteries of somatic illness. The early psychoanalysts were retracing a biopsychosocial model whose origins could be found in ancient Greece. A patient who is medically ill is more than an illness. Subjective experience, experiences before the onset of illness, losses, and the triad of helplessness, hopelessness, and giving up all became areas for psychoanalytic study. Some medically ill patients present degrees of complexity that puzzle physicians. These patients require a psychiatric consultation and treatment. The alliance with the psychiatrist unravels the problems complicating their cases and results in a collaborative treatment with the treating physician. The psychoanalyst training residents in psychiatry during their period in a consultation-liaison service is able to teach transference and countertransference issues that arise with patients and nonpsychiatric physicians. The creation of such an alliance can be a difficult task for the authoritarian resident who may be culturally conditioned to a rigid doctor-patient relationship. With the guidance of the psychoanalyst-teacher, residents change, and patients benefit.

  6. 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.

  7. Diálogos de Lacan na reinvenção do inconsciente

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    Francisco Rafael Barbosa Caselli

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo tem como objetivo apresentar e explicitar três momentos da interlocução de Jacques Lacan com o estruturalismo em seu percurso de reinvenção do inconsciente. Como metodologia, foram analisados três textos dos teóricos estruturalistas referidos por Lacan: o antropólogo Claude Lévi-Strauss e os linguistas Ferdinand de Saussure e Roman Jakobson. Com o intuito de dimensionar a asserção lacaniana de que “o inconsciente é estruturado como uma linguagem”, este trabalho propõe um percurso de leitura que busca evidenciar em profundidade o diálogo que Lacan manteve com estes autores. Tal proposta é desenvolvida a partir da leitura rigorosa e elaboração de comentários sobre os textos dos autores estruturalistas, com foco na formulação original de seus conceitos e apropriações efetuadas por Lacan. Desse modo, busca-se demonstrar como alguns conceitos propostos pela antropologia estrutural de Lévi-Strauss e pela linguística estrutural de Saussure e Jakobson, uma vez reformulados, constituem os pilares sobre os quais repousam a estrutura do inconsciente lacaniano formalizada no escrito “A instância da letra no inconsciente”.

  8. Lacan leitor de Melanie Klein: O caso Dick em questão

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    Lucero, Ariana; Vorcaro, Angela Maria Resende

    2017-01-01

    RESUMO - O artigo apresenta a leitura que Jacques Lacan faz do caso Dick, de Melanie Klein. Para tanto, a discussão com o flósofo Jean Hyppolite é retomada com o objetivo de explicitarmos como os mecanismos de Ausstossung [expulsão], Verneinung [negação] e Bejahung [afrmação], descritos por Freud em 1925, podem contribuir para a compreensão da constituição psíquicasob uma perspectiva lacaniana. Em seguida, expomos o caso, tanto para apreendermos clinicamente o que foi exposto na teoria, quant...

  9. 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

  10. Jacques Spalter (1929 - 2014)

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    2014-01-01

    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 ...

  11. 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.

  12. 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....

  13. 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

  14. Notes Towards a Phenomenological Reading of Lacan

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  15. Psychoanalytic peregrinations. III: Confusion of tongues, psychoanalyst as translator.

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    Chessick, Richard D

    2002-01-01

    A variety of problems cause a confusion of tongues between the psychoanalyst and the patient. In this sense the psychoanalyst faces the same problems as the translator of a text from one language to another. Examples are given of confusion due cultural differences, confusion due translation differences among translators, confusion due translator prejudice or ignorance, confusion due ambiguous visual cues and images, and confusion due to an inherently ambiguous text. It is due to this unavoidable confusion that the humanistic sciences cannot in principle achieve the mathematical exactness of the natural sciences and should not be expected to do so or condemned because they do not.

  16. „Le mur du langage” – loneliness according to Jacques Lacan (otherness, comprehension, love

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    Bogna Choińska

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available In my article I discuss the concept of the subject from the Lacanian psychoanalysis point of view. My aim is to show that the subject seen from such a perspective is condemned to total loneliness. I refer to three different points: otherness, comprehension and love. In Lacan’s psychoanalysis the difference is referred to as the Real (subject as je. The Real is in opposition to the Symbolic and Imaginary (subject as moi. Therefore, the world, other people and oneself can be understood as absolutely different. Taking such a definition of the otherness, the comprehension is impossible, because it takes place within symbolic sphere, which is false and alien to the subject (je. The otherness and inability of understanding determine treating love as transferred and always directed to imaginary subject. What is important, the theory of the subject as homo symbolicus, even though seemingly in agreement with anti-positivist theory, does not allow to cross lingual and to direct approaching to the otherness. The otherness may be deciphered only within the Imaginary as a disturbance within it, as a temporary lack of sense.

  17. As Metonímias de Ulisses - Joyce, Saussure, Jakobson e Lacan

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    Gustavo Capobianco Volaco

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    Full Text Available Saussure mudou o mundo ao conceituar a paridade biunívoca do significado e do significante, que chamou em seu Curso de Linguística Geral, signo linguístico. Seguindo seus passos, Roman Jakobson estabeleceu uma fórmula para pensarmos o conceito de metonímia que, por sua vez, foi retomado por Jacques Lacan para enfatizar, entre outras coisas, que o simbólico é, antes de mais nada, um eterno continuum. Dentro dessas perspectivas e com o auxílio desses três pensadores procuramos, neste pequeno artigo, articular certas idiossincrasias da obra de James Joyce, Ulisses, a maior delas sendo, em definitivo, um riverrun que não cessa de se inscrever.

  18. 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.

  19. Lacan Leitor de Melanie Klein: O Caso Dick em Questão

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    Ariana Lucero

    Full Text Available RESUMO O artigo apresenta a leitura que Jacques Lacan faz do caso Dick, de Melanie Klein. Para tanto, a discussão com o filósofo Jean Hyppolite é retomada com o objetivo de explicitarmos como os mecanismos de Ausstossung [expulsão], Verneinung [negação] e Bejahung [afirmação], descritos por Freud em 1925, podem contribuir para a compreensão da constituição psíquica sob uma perspectiva lacaniana. Em seguida, expomos o caso, tanto para apreendermos clinicamente o que foi exposto na teoria, quanto para evidenciarmos como Lacan se distancia da concepção de fantasia de M. Klein. O tema do diagnóstico, no entanto, aparece em ambos ligado a uma forma de organização subjetiva ainda em constituição na infância, o que traz elementos para refletirmos sobre essa questão na atualidade.

  20. 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

    2012-12-01

    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.

  1. Jean-Jacques Petter. Primates

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    Bruno Simmen

    2010-12-01

    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...

  2. 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...

  3. Jacques Rancière and indisciplinarity

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    Baronian, M.A.; Rosello, M.

    2008-01-01

    This is the transcript of an interview conducted with Jacques Rancière by Marie-Aude Baronian and Mireille Rosello from the University of Amsterdam and ASCA. A version of this interview was published in Dutch by Valiz (NL), in a volume of studies on Jacques Rancière that appeared in the Netherlands

  4. 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...... 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...

  5. Emigrant psychoanalysts in the USA and the FBI archives.

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    Goggin, James E; Goggin, Eileen Brockman; Hill, Mary

    2004-01-01

    Interest in the fate of the German psychoanalysts who had to flee Hitler's Germany and find refuge in a new nation, such as the United States, has increased. The "émigré research" shows that several themes recur: (1) the theme of "loss" of one's culture, homeland, language, and family; and (2) the ambivalent welcome these émigrés received in their new country. We describe the political-social-cultural context that existed in the United States during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Documentary evidence found in the FBI files of three émigré psychoanalysts, Clara Happel, Martin Grotjahn, and Otto Fenichel, are then presented in combination with other source material. This provides a provisional impression of how each of these three individuals experienced their emigration. As such, it gives us elements of a history. The FBI documents suggest that the American atmosphere of political insecurity and fear-based ethnocentric nationalism may have reinforced their old fears of National Socialism, and contributed to their inclination to inhibit or seal off parts of themselves and their personal histories in order to adapt to their new home and become Americanized. They abandoned the rich social, cultural, political tradition that was part of European psychoanalysis. Finally, we look at these elements of a history in order to ask a larger question about the appropriate balance between a liberal democratic government's right to protect itself from internal and external threats on the one hand, or crossover into the blatant invasion of civil rights and due process on the other.

  6. 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

  7. Jacques Delors - President de la Commission Europeenne

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    Dacian Graţian GAL

    2005-02-01

    Full Text Available This article refers to the President of the European Commission between 1985- 1995, Jacques Delors. He was the single person who exercised the presidency of the European Commission during 10 years and this period was one of the most important for the European construction: the achievement of the Single Market, the development of the Single Currency Unit project, of the new common politics, the enlargement of the European Union from 12 members to 15 members etc. Due the contribution of his presidency to the European construction, Jacques Delors is one of the parents of the European construction and one of the most important political men of the XX century.  

  8. 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

    2016-07-01

    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

  9. 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

  10. 1678-IJBCS-Article-Jacques Fatombi

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    Elimination du fer et du manganèse d'une eau de surface par les graines de. Moringa oleifera. Jacques K. ... Mot clés: Moringa oleifera - fer - manganèse adjuvant de coagulation - jar-test. .... coagulation-floculation types jar-test. Des volumes ...

  11. Literatura y derecho en Jacques Derrida

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    Carlos Antonio Contreras Guala

    2013-01-01

    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.

  12. 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

  13. A monarquia segundo Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Renato Moscateli

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available The Swiss philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau didn't limit himself to consider how a democratic State could be constructed in substitution to the absolutist monarchies existing at his time. He also dedicated his efforts to understand the monarchic regime itself, being conscientious of the obstacles to be overstepped so that this political form was surpassed in direction to other ones more next to his ideals, in which all the citizens could participate actively of the administration of the government. Thus, the article will handle some aspects of the Rousseau's reflection about the monarchy, from his criticism to the regime until his concrete proposals for possible reforms on it.

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

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    Angela Cavalcanti Bernardes

    2002-12-01

    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.

  15. 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

  16. Lacan - a global simulation code for laser isotope separation

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    Goldstein, S.; Quaegebeur, J.P.

    1990-01-01

    Dimensioning a Laser Isotope Separation (LIS) plant means calculating the values of a large number of parameters in order to optimize some objective function. In such algorithms the calculation of the objective function must be repeated thousands of times, therefore each elementary calculation must consume little time. LACAN uses simple models to describe the elementary physical processes: evaporation, vapour expansion, interaction between photons and atoms, ion extraction etc ... These simple models are derived from refined modeling codes or are empirical. As an example the optimization of the separative work of an uranium facility is discussed

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. The discourse of "neutrality": attitudes of psychoanalysts during the military dictatorship.

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    2017-11-01

    This article examines the position of psychanalytical societies and Brazilian psychoanalysts affiliated to the International Psychoanalytical Association during the military dictatorship in the 1970s. It shows that the period was a time of extended ideas, featuring a large investment in private clinics and a resulting "marginalization" of the social universe doctrine. Through the writings of certain important members of the movement, it seeks to show how, based on the notions of "neutrality", of the primacy of internal reality to the detriment of external reality, and of investment in the "here and now" of the setting, these psychoanalysts chose to allow psychoanalysis to be divorced from politics. It concludes with arguments in support of the importance of the involvement of such professionals in political society.

  20. The embodied performance pedagogy of Jacques Lecoq

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    Kemp, Rick

    2017-01-01

    This article proposes that acting is a valuable area of research for the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Simulated Behaviour. This suggestion is supported through applying theories and findings from the field of embodied cognition to the performance pedagogy of French acting teacher Jacques Lecoq (1921-1999). Embodied cognition proposes that thinking and behaviour are properties of the whole human organism, not the brain alone, and that body, brain and cognition are "situated" - engaged with the surrounding environment. This thesis arises from findings that show that sensorial and motor experiences form the neural foundations for mental concepts and that sensorimotor neural networks are partially re-activated by mental and linguistic activity, leading to the concept of "embodied simulation". I give examples of the ways in which Lecoq's conceptualisation of acting technique is implicitly congruent with the principles of embodied cognition, and often explicitly anticipates its precepts.

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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

  4. 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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    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

  5. 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.

  6. The Transcendental Dialectic of the Sexual Relation in J. Lacan

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    Emma Ingala Gómez

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    Full Text Available On the basis of Eugen Fink’s insistence that the true contribution of Kant’s transcendental dialectic is that its treatment of the problem of totality reveals the concept ‘totum’ to be a masking of the nothing, our aim is to highlight that the theory of sexual relation introduced by Lacan in his Seminar Encore –and in general his turn to the real from the 1960 onwards– presents a group of features that make clear its Kantian affiliation. The particular analysis of the logic of illusion contained in Lacan’s formulas of sexuation entail the exposure of three nothings: the impossibility of the sexual relation, the non-existence of The woman, and the absence of the Other of the Other.

  7. Jacques Joseph: Father of modern aesthetic surgery

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    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′.

  8. 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...

  9. 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.

  10. The Individual and the Collective: Sociological Influences on Lacan's Concept of the Relation Subject—Other

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    Schrans, David

    2018-01-01

    In this conceptual analysis we discuss the sociological influences on Lacan's conceptualization of the relation between the subject and the other. In his writings predating World War II Lacan defines this relation in terms of identification. However, from 1953 onward he defines it in terms of the subject of speech and the Symbolic Other. It is a popular notion to characterize this change in terms of a radical breach, influenced by the reading of Lévi-Strauss. However, through a close reading of both Lacan's early writings and their Durkheimian influences we will demonstrate that what has changed, is Lacan's conceptualization of the relation between the individual and the collective. This change was gradual rather than sudden. Moreover, it can be situated within the theoretical evolution of the contiguous fields of sociology, anthropology and psychoanalysis. Thus we reject the idea of a breach within his own thought and with what came before him. We will establish our point through a summary of how the relation between the individual and the collective was theorized before Lacan. Durkheim conceptualized this relation as dual: the individual and the collective are radically separated. Mauss attempted to unify the field of anthropology through the holistic concept of the total man. In Lévi-Straus's formalization the individual becomes a function within a structured, Symbolic system. Finally, a reading of Lacan's publications concerning the notion of the logic of the collective will testify to his attempts at formulating a notion of the subject that asserts itself against this collective while at the same time retaining its nature of a logical function. This is the conundrum that Lacan will confront time and again throughout his teachings. Lévi-Strauss merely provided him with the methodological tools of structural anthropology that helped him refine the interrogations that he had already begun. PMID:29867625

  11. The Individual and the Collective: Sociological Influences on Lacan's Concept of the Relation Subject-Other.

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    Schrans, David

    2018-01-01

    In this conceptual analysis we discuss the sociological influences on Lacan's conceptualization of the relation between the subject and the other. In his writings predating World War II Lacan defines this relation in terms of identification. However, from 1953 onward he defines it in terms of the subject of speech and the Symbolic Other. It is a popular notion to characterize this change in terms of a radical breach, influenced by the reading of Lévi-Strauss. However, through a close reading of both Lacan's early writings and their Durkheimian influences we will demonstrate that what has changed, is Lacan's conceptualization of the relation between the individual and the collective. This change was gradual rather than sudden. Moreover, it can be situated within the theoretical evolution of the contiguous fields of sociology, anthropology and psychoanalysis. Thus we reject the idea of a breach within his own thought and with what came before him. We will establish our point through a summary of how the relation between the individual and the collective was theorized before Lacan. Durkheim conceptualized this relation as dual: the individual and the collective are radically separated. Mauss attempted to unify the field of anthropology through the holistic concept of the total man. In Lévi-Straus's formalization the individual becomes a function within a structured, Symbolic system. Finally, a reading of Lacan's publications concerning the notion of the logic of the collective will testify to his attempts at formulating a notion of the subject that asserts itself against this collective while at the same time retaining its nature of a logical function. This is the conundrum that Lacan will confront time and again throughout his teachings. Lévi-Strauss merely provided him with the methodological tools of structural anthropology that helped him refine the interrogations that he had already begun.

  12. 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....

  13. 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.

  14. 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…

  15. Erich Fromm's Involvement With Zen Buddhism: Psychoanalysts and the Spiritual Quest in Subsequent Decades.

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    Roland, Alan

    2017-08-01

    The first section of this paper covers Erich Fromm's profound involvement with Zen Buddhism, culminating in his co-authoring the book Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis in 1960. It details why this was a groundbreaking endeavor, as it countered the pervasive psychoanalytic denigration of spiritual traditions, practices, and experiences. The second section describes the effect of Fromm's Zen Buddhism and Psychoanalysis on the author of this paper, as he came to clinical psychology and psychoanalysis from involvement in Indian philosophy. The third section is a case study of a spiritually advanced Hindu woman seen in intensive short-term psychoanalytic therapy in Bombay, describing the interface of the spiritual with psychoanalytic therapy. The fourth section explains what eventually led to a sea change in psychoanalytic attitudes toward spiritual traditions and practices, with a small but significant group of psychoanalysts becoming involved in one or another spiritual practice, and working with patients also so involved.

  16. 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

  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. 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.

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

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    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.

  20. 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

    of sexology. The help that we must provide to the mentally ill can’t just be that of concrete advice. Often the dilemmas are of a more complex nature, than that which can be solved by teaching how to masturbate, how to get a lover or the likes. In accordance with these dilemmas a new ethics is proposed...

  1. 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.

  2. Psychological Analysis of "Humboldt's Gift" from the Perspective of Lacan's Theory

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    Xiang, Fang

    2017-01-01

    Two protagonists Humboldt and Citrine in "Humboldt's gift" are characterized as restless even lunatic, for they are constantly or madly seeking something such as honor, power or intimate relationship something or other. This thesis intends to analyze Humboldt and Citrine's psychological troubles from the perspective of Lacan's theory and…

  3. 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.

  4. El humor geométrico de Jacques Tati

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    2010-01-01

    Fijamos hoy nuestra atención en el cineasta francés Jacques Tati. Si tras leer estas líneas se anima a ver sus películas, a quien no lo conozca, le espera una agradable sorpresa; a los que ya lo conocían, la ocasión de volver a disfrutar de su genio, ahora en clave matemática.

  5. Hermine Hug-Hellmuth, the first child psychoanalyst: legacy and dilemmas.

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    Plastow, Michael

    2011-06-01

    Despite being the first psychoanalyst of children, Hermine Hug-Hellmuth's history and writings remain relatively unknown. This paper endeavours to examine the way in which the history of the psychoanalysis of children is marked by the history of its protagonists. In particular, Hug-Hellmuth's treatment of children is divided between an educational approach and a more properly psychoanalytical aspect. Her theory and practice heavily influenced the directions taken after her, in particular by Anna Freud and Melanie Klein, even if this influence is essentially unacknowledged by these authors. Hug-Hellmuth's contribution to the psychoanalysis of children and consequently to child psychiatry are considerable and include technical innovation with the introduction of play into the treatment of children, the elaboration of the place of the analyst in regard to the child and notably the establishment of the place of the parents in regard to the treatment of the child. It is proposed that the very duality of her approach is what allowed her to be able to distinguish the place of the parent from that of the analyst. Nonetheless, her insistence on the place of education within the treatment and its effects on later theorists continue to raise dilemmas today.

  6. 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.

  7. Libertad y determinación en la enseñanza de Lacan

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    El siguiente artículo se inscribe dentro del marco de la teoría psicoanalítica y del trabajo que se realiza en el Proyecto de Investigación UBACyT (2012 – 2014) La Libertad en psicoanálisis. Su incidencia en la Concepción de Sujeto y la Causalidad en la Obra de J. Lacan. Consecuencias Clínicas y Éticas a cargo del Lic. Pablo Diego Muñoz. Tiene como objetivo pensar posibles articulaciones sobre la determinación y la libertad que pueden encontrarse en la enseñanza de Lacan. Para lograr tal f...

  8. LACAN Code for global simulation of SILVA laser isotope separation process

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    Functions used for the definition of a SILVA separator require quite a lot of dimensional and operating parameters. Sizing a laser isotope separation plant needs the determination of these parameters for optimization. In the LACAN simulation code, each elementary physical process is described by simplified models. An example is given for a uranium isotope separation plant whose separation power is optimized with 6 parameters [fr

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

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    Full Text Available 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.

  10. Jean-Jacques Rousseau gramatólogo

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    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.

  11. The Lacanian Concept of Cut in Light of Lacan's Interactions with Maud Mannoni

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    Laure Razon

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available This article sets out to shed light on the Lacanian concept of cut (introduced in 1961–1962: it refers to the symbolic (i.e., linguistic operation which produces the object a and thereby enables separation, through which the subject emerges. To that effect, we show how this concept benefitted from Lacan's interactions with Maud Mannoni (1923-1998, who focused on clinical situations where implementing a cut in the subject's environment is the only way to enable a separation between the child and the Other. Lacan first drew on Mannoni's clinical elaborations about the retarded child's alienation to the maternal fantasy: when the mother's unconscious doesn't leave room for the cut, it prevents the separation through which the child could become a subject. Lacan generalized this in the late 1960s: he broadened Mannoni's alienation to the maternal fantasy to characterize a type of child symptom, where children become their mother's non-separated, de-phallicized object a. Then, in the 1970s, Mannoni proposed an original theoretico-clinical setting to address the configurations where the object a isn't separated: in the splintered institution, the team follows on projects of activities (professional, personal, etc. outside the institution voiced by children who haven't previously encountered the symbolic cut, by helping them realize these external projects. By thus acknowledging their attempts at establishing a cut and giving them consistency, the splintered institution helps them psychically elaborate separation.

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

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    Philip E. Bishop

    1986-01-01

    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.

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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.

  16. Jacques Berque et les villes de l’Islam

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    Mohamed Kerrou

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Le parcours singulier de Jacques Berque (1910-1995, ajouté à son écriture poétique et à son style érudit et inimitable, a empêché, pour un certain temps, que ses écrits constituent une référence de choix pour les chercheurs en sciences sociales spécialisés dans le monde arabe et musulman. De son vivant, « l’homme des deux rives » fut à la fois sociologue, historien, anthropologue, arabisant, islamologue et, à ses débuts, administrateur colonial – comme son vénéré père Augustin - puis milita...

  17. The natural law in the thought of Jacques Maritain

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    Manuel López-Casquete de Prado

    2017-08-01

    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.

  18. 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,...

  19. Dante's Divine Comedy revisited: what can modern psychoanalysts learn from a medieval "psychoanalysis"?

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    Chessick, R D

    2001-01-01

    own form or forms or channels of understanding, just as Dante offers us in The Divine Comedy. It is because he offers such a perspective almost in spite of himself that his poem transcends the medieval mind and becomes relevant to all ages and cultures. As a rule of thumb, when one finds one's instinctual convictions about how to proceed in conflict with one's theories and set of rules, something is wrong. It is with the greatest trepidation that a well-analysed psychoanalyst should force him- or herself to ignore an instinctual or intuitive feeling of how to respond to a patient because it conflicts with some theoretical principles or official rules of procedure. Such a conflict is a call for further self-analysis, consultation with colleagues, and creative solutions.

  20. 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.

  1. The countertransference: When painful traumatic traces sustain the countertransference and reveal themselves to the psychoanalyst … 14 years later!

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    Khair Badawi, Marie-Thérèese

    2015-12-01

    Although she experienced, as did the many psychoanalysts before her, the countertransferential dynamics of disgust towards a patient presenting great deficiency in terms of mentalization capacity, the author strives to understand what urged her to tolerate the patient, to invest in her and lead her to develop a capacity for internalization, after 6 years of analytic work filled with transgressive-transferential acting-out. Fourteen years later, she becomes aware of the way in which the revival of some grief related to traumatic traces in her own lived experience, sustained, without her knowledge, a saviour/countertransference, creating a specific transferential-countertransferential spiral which rescued a situation whose advent could have been compromised. This could happen thanks to what she refers to as the unique inter-relation between her and this particular patient. Copyright © 2015 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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

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    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

  5. Kaks vaadet Ameerikast Jacques Derridale / Märt Väljataga

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

  6. 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.

  7. From Mephistopheles to Isaiah: Jacques Loeb, technical biology and war.

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    Fangerau, Heiner

    2009-04-01

    In 1917, the German-American scientist Jacques Loeb (1859-1924) published a short essay, entitled 'Biology and War', that summarized his disagreement with World War I. He was deeply saddened by the break-up of the international scientific community as a consequence of the actions of bellicose politicians. These actions were in direct opposition to his efforts to promote social reform, mechanistic biology and scientific internationalism. The aim of this paper is to examine Loeb's activities aimed at these efforts before, during and after the war. It attempts to explain how Loeb's scientific work was formed, what was special about it and why it was both successful and attacked. Particular emphasis is placed on how Loeb reacted to the War and the subsequent forced disintegration of his international scientific network. Loeb's attempts to integrate his interpretation of biology into post-war Europe's approach to the life sciences is analysed in connection with his social commitment. It is argued that his emigration to the USA, the circumstances of World War I, the reaction of his German colleagues to it and the demolition of the international scientific community changed: (1) Loeb's feelings towards his old home; (2) the direction of his scientific endeavours; and (3) his engagement in science politics. His correspondence with eminent scientists from all over the world serves as a key to Loeb's efforts in the context of the social elements of scientific networks and perceptions.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. The Paradox of a Gesture, Enlarged by the Distension of Time: Merleau-Ponty and Lacan on a Slow-Motion Picture of Henri Matisse Painting

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    In his lecture series The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis (1964), Lacan refers to a “delightful example” that Merleau-Ponty gives in his Book Signes (1960). Lacan describes it as a “strange slow-motion film in which one sees Matisse painting.” This is a scene from the documentary entitled A Great French Painter, Henri Matisse, by director François Campaux, a 16mm black and white film shot in 1946. Merleau-Ponty points, as Lacan puts it, to “the paradox of that gesture which, enlar...

  12. 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".

  13. 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".

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. Jacques Ellul and Democracy's "Vital Information" Premise. Journalism Monographs No. 45.

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    In the course of elaborating "la technique," Jacques Ellul stoutly contradicts the democratic assumption that citizens can have sufficient information to participate knowledgeably in the governing process. "La technique" converts message systems into propagandization networks and erects an inflexible boundary which democracy…

  17. 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…

  18. The Autodidact in Defense of Himself: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Knut Hamsun.

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    Buttry, Dolores

    1980-01-01

    Describes Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Knut Hamsun as self-educated men who never ceased to warn of the evils of formal education. Quoting from their works, considers their feelings toward education as revealed in Rousseau's "Emile," with its description of ideal education, and in the ill effects of education on Hamsun's characters. (AYC)

  19. Curing Provincialism: Why We Educate the Way We Do. A Conversation with Jacques Barzun.

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    This interview with author and cultural historian Jacques Barzun discusses the origins of history, science, art, literature, and math, calling them the core of intellectual inheritance. Notes how the frameworks they provide enable people to extend their understanding of the world and reach beyond natural, human parochialism. Discusses the…

  20. Writing, Repetition, Displacement: An Interview with Jacques Rancière

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    Geil, A.

    2014-01-01

    In this interview, Jacques Rancière clarifies a number of the central concepts and underlying polemics that run throughout his considerable body of work. Touching on key aspects of his intellectual formation, including his experience teaching at the University of Vincennes in Saint-Denis in the wake

  1. The spiral of thought in the work of Jacques Rancière

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    Dasgupta, S.

    2013-01-01

    This critical engagement with the thought of Jacques Rancière analyzes the close connection between his style of argumentation and the substance of his arguments around politics and aesthetics. The spiralling logic of Rancière’s writing style and the details of his specific arguments are

  2. 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,…

  3. 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…

  4. On the formula of Jacques-Louis Lions for reproducing kernels of harmonic and other functions

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    2004-01-01

    Roč. 570, - (2004), s. 89-129 ISSN 0075-4102 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA1019005 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z1019905 Keywords : formula of Jacques-Louis Lions * Sobolev space * Hilber space Subject RIV: BA - General Mathematics Impact factor: 0.885, year: 2004

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. The Paradox of a Gesture, Enlarged by the Distension of Time: Merleau-Ponty and Lacan on a Slow-Motion Picture of Henri Matisse Painting

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    Full Text Available In his lecture series The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis (1964, Lacan refers to a “delightful example” that Merleau-Ponty gives in his Book Signes (1960. Lacan describes it as a “strange slow-motion film in which one sees Matisse painting.” This is a scene from the documentary entitled A Great French Painter, Henri Matisse, by director François Campaux, a 16mm black and white film shot in 1946. Merleau-Ponty points, as Lacan puts it, to “the paradox of that gesture which, enlarged by the distension of time, enables us to imagine the most perfect deliberation on each of these strokes.” In fact, Merleau-Ponty underscores that this is an illusion, due only to the technique of the slow motion picture. In this paper I will present the different ways in which Lacan and Merleau-Ponty refer to the slow motion picture of Matisse painting. I will do so in order to consider, comparatively, the ways in which Merleau-Ponty and Lacan define the gesture in reference to film technologies and to the process of subjectification. Both of them refer to the gesture in order to find a new balance in the relationship between subject, rationality and media technology. And it is exactly at this site where the question of an ethics of gesture appears.

  8. 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.

  9. Re-reading "Little Hans": Freud's case study and the question of competing paradigms in psychoanalysis.

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    Midgley, Nicholas

    2006-01-01

    Psychoanalysts have long recognized the complex interaction between clinical data and formal psychoanalytic theories. While clinical data are often used to provide "evidence" for psychoanalytic paradigms, the theoretical model used by the analyst also structures what can and cannot be seen in the data. This delicate interaction between theory and clinical data can be seen in the history of interpretations of Freud's "Analysis of a Phobia in a Five-Year-Old Boy" ("Little Hans"). Freud's himself revised his reading of the case in 1926, after which a number of psychoanalysts--including Melanie Klein, Jacques Lacan, and John Bowlby--reinterpreted the case in the light of their particular models of the mind. These analysts each found "evidence" for their theoretical model within this classic case study, and in doing so they illuminated aspects of the case that had previously been obscured, while also revealing a great deal about the shifting preoccupations of psychoanalysis as a field.

  10. On becoming a psychoanalyst.

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    Gabbard, Glen O; Ogden, Thomas H

    2009-04-01

    One has the opportunity and responsibility to become an analyst in one's own terms in the course of the years of practice that follow the completion of formal analytic training. The authors discuss their understanding of some of the maturational experiences that have contributed to their becoming analysts in their own terms. They believe that the most important element in the process of their maturation as analysts has been the development of the capacity to make use of what is unique and idiosyncratic to each of them; each, when at his best, conducts himself as an analyst in a way that reflects his own analytic style; his own way of being with, and talking with, his patients; his own form of the practice of psychoanalysis. The types of maturational experiences that the authors examine include situations in which they have learned to listen to themselves speak with their patients and, in so doing, begin to develop a voice of their own; experiences of growth that have occurred in the context of presenting clinical material to a consultant; making self-analytic use of their experience with their patients; creating/discovering themselves as analysts in the experience of analytic writing (with particular attention paid to the maturational experience involved in writing the current paper); and responding to a need to keep changing, to be original in their thinking and behavior as analysts.

  11. 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)

  12. 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

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. Jacques Joset, La muerte y la gramática. Los derroteros de Fernando Vallejo

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    Escribir un libro sobre Fernando Vallejo se presenta como una operación siempre algo arriesgada. El tema es controvertido como pocos en el panorama de la literatura hispanoamericana actual: pasiones incondicionales se mueven alrededor de su nombre, hasta llegar a fanatismos quizás merecedores de otros ámbitos. Además Jacques Joset emprende tan atrevida tarea siendo él, como se recuerda en las primeras páginas, « el editor de Cien años de soledad », el que ha pasado largos días de su vida volc...

  16. Radiological zero point in the Taaone lagoon before starting running the Jacques Chirac hospital in Tahiti

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    Bouisset, P.

    2009-01-01

    Within the perspective of the implementation of a radiotherapy and diagnosis department in the future Jacques Chirac hospital in Tahiti, and with the aim of having a radio-ecological zero point in the lagoon where liquid effluents from the hospital will be rejected, this report describes the sampling campaign performed in the Taaone' bay in Tahiti by collecting water and sediments as well as seaweeds and fishes. It also describes how these samples have been prepared and analysed, gives and comments results of radioactivity and ionizing radiations measurements performed on these samples

  17. Jacques Le Goff. faut-il vraiment découper l’histoire en tranches?

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    Abel López

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available El primero de abril del 2014 murió Jacques Le Goff, el medievalista francés de mayor influencia dentro y fuera de Europa, de la llamada tercera generación de la Escuela de los Annales. En el mes de enero se publicó. este, su .último libro, recién cumplidos sus noventa años. Sea esta reseña un homenaje a sus valiosas contribuciones a la comprensión de la Edad Media.

  18. Jerusalén. La ciudad y la palabra en la obra de Jacques Derrida

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    2016-01-01

    In this article we may try to track down the use and the presence of Jerusalem in Jacques Derrida works. Between the real city and the word that designates it, the jerusalemite topic rises in Derrida’s writing as a bazillionth symptom of a self-confessed obsession. The Jewishness of the father of Deconstruction is one of the most decisive signs in his relationship with texts and words and, in the case of the thrice holy city it serves to explain one of the speech acts that perhaps he more com...

  19. Short speech of Mister Jacques Chirac, President of the French Republic

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    Tubiana, M.; Gwiazdowska, B.; Tolwinski, J.; Bulski, W.; Maseron, J.J.; Gerbaulet, A.

    1999-01-01

    A century ago, on the 26. december 1898, Mister Henri Becquerel presented at the Academy of Sciences a communication on the radium discovery made by Pierre and Marie Curie. In this issue is published the text of communications made by Mister Jacques Chirac, President of the French Republic and Mister Maurice Tubiana, co president with Mister Georges Charpak of the High Committee for the centenary of the radioactivity discovery, during the ceremonial in the great amphitheater of the Sorbonne. This text is followed by two historical notes about Pierre and Marie Curie and the discovery and medical use of the radium. (N.C.)

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

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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.

  1. Word versus Honor: The Case of Françoise de Rohan vs. Jacques de Savoie

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    McIlvenna, Una

    2012-01-01

    This paper examines one of the most notorious scandals of sixteenth-century France. In 1557, Françoise de Rohan, a lady-in-waiting to Catherine de Medici, launched a legal battle to get the duke of Nemours, Jacques de Savoie, to recognize their orally-agreed marriage contract and formally recognize the child whom he had fathered with her. Central to Rohan’s case were not only the love-letters Nemours had written to her but also the eye-witness testimonies of her servants, who had overheard th...

  2. 'The Right Time and the Right Place': An Interview with Jacques Miller.

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    Anderson, Warwick

    2016-01-01

    Professor Jacques F.P. Miller spoke about his career in immunology with Warwick Anderson on 3 February 2014. Born in Nice, France, Miller attended high school and medical school in Sydney, Australia. As a Ph.D. student and postgraduate researcher in London, Miller discovered the immunological function of the thymus gland. Spending the rest of his career at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research in Melbourne, Miller conducted pioneering research in lymphocyte population dynamics and the mechanisms of the human immune response. With Graham Mitchell, he demonstrated that mammalian lymphocytes can be divided into what became known as T cells and B cells, which interact to produce antibodies.

  3. Jacques Castan (1929-2014), radiation protection illustrator in the nuclear industry

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    Guarnieri, Franck; Portelli, Aurelien; Travadel, Sebastien

    2017-01-01

    Improving risk control allows to reduce them. Showing that they can be controlled and how to do so is essential, and using images is an excellent mean. The work of Jacques Castan (1929-2014), draughtsman at the Radiation Protection Service (SPR) of CEA Marcoule Centre is the perfect illustration of this safety culture. Castan put his artistic talent to inform the general public and visitors about the activities of his Service through wall paintings, posters, comics and board games, giving a reassuring image of the radiation protection role

  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. The Function of the Medieval in Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Nouvelle Heloise : A Rereading of the Abelard and Heloise Motif

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    Montoya, Alicia C.

    2010-01-01

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau's critical rewriting in his Nouvelle H,lo

  6. 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 -

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

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    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);…

  8. 9. Le contemporain et l’anachronique : un palimpseste inverse chez Jacques Ferron

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    « Derrière le portrait mortuaire de l’abbé Armour Lupien, on n’inscrivit qu’une phrase et elle était de lui : “C’est le fils qui a engendré le Père et, sans Jésus mourant sur le calvaire, il n’y aurait pas de Dieu.” Elle passa inaperçue. »Jacques Ferron, Le Saint-Élias Terminons, comme nous avons commencé, par un exemple littéraire. Non pour les privilèges à accorder en soi à la littérature, mais bien parce que la littérature a justement été instituée dans ce creuset instable de la culture de...

  9. Speech of the French President Jacques Chirac delivered on the centenary of the discovery of radioactivity

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    1998-01-01

    In this speech, the President of France Jacques Chirac outlines the personality of the great scientists Henri Becquerel, Pierre and Marie Curie, and highlights their hard work and struggle to make science progress. Science always appears as a construction wonderfully logical but behind this facade, the daily life of research workers is made up of doubt, multiple choices, dead ends, errors and misinterpretations. The President wishes the nation to reach a perfect partnership with its scientific community. Science should be a source of inspiration for the industrial world but also a valuable help to solve present and future problems. Because of the universality of most problems, science has always favoured the cooperation between states. This cooperation should be turned into solidarity because whoever we are we live in the same world. (A.C.)

  10. The neutrino in all its states - Seminar dedicated to Jacques Bouchez - Slides of the presentations

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    2011-01-01

    The present scientific seminar, organized in the memory of Jacques Bouchez is centered on neutrino physics and presents the state of the art on experiments, on future projects and on the theory of neutrinos (oscillations and MSW effect). This document is made up of the slides of 7 presentations: 1) The achievements of J.Bouchez; 2) Reactor neutrino experiments from Bugey to double-Chooz (via RENO and Daya-Bay); 3) Neutrinos and accelerators: on the way toward the third flavor (NOMA, OPERA and T2K experiments); 4) Neutrino oscillations and MSW effect; 5) Some statistical questions in neutrino physics; 6) Long baseline oscillations: towards Japan future neutrino oscillation experiments; and 7) Next generation of neutrino oscillation experiments. (A.C.)

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

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    2003-04-01

    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.

  12. El precio de la autobiografía: Jacques Derrida, el circunciso

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    1996-01-01

    Podría muy bien imaginarse el precio de una autobiografía. O el precio que un filósofo debe pagar para escribir una autobiografía. Tal vez la vida entera. Y en efecto: hay una relación de absoluta necesidad entre lo que Jacques Derrida escribió siempre y la publicación de su curiosa autobiografía en 1991, llamada Circonfession. El precio se paga en forma de literatura y su débito, como se imaginará, queda cargado en las cuentas de la Filosofía. Pero no solamente, puesto que también puede imag...

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

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    2016-01-01

    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.

  14. 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

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

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    Cláudia Henschel de Lima

    2015-01-01

    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.

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

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    2003-01-01

    "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?

  17. Der vergeschlechtlichte Staat: zum Verhältnis von Freiheit, Geschlecht und Staat bei Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    2017-01-01

    "Im Beitrag werden die strategischen und systematischen Funktionen sowie die Bedeutung der von Jean-Jacques Rousseau beschriebenen Geschlechtscharaktere und der darauf bauenden Ordnung des Geschlechterverhältnisses im Rahmen der konkreten Ausgestaltung und Umsetzung seines Modells des Staates sichtbar gemacht. Bemerkenswert ist die Tatsache, dass die Möglichkeitsbedingungen (Gemeinwohlorientierung) von Rousseaus Republik, mit deren Hilfe die Herstellung und der Erhalt der bürgerlichen Freihei...

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

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    Eduardo Ramalho Rabenhorst

    2002-01-01

    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.

  19. The singular side of democracy in Jacques Derrida’s works: engagement politique and (inter)writing

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    Pelgreffi, Igor

    2012-01-01

    A critical re-appraisal of the relationship between deconstruction and democracy seems today to be advisable. The very bases of the so-called developed democracies are undermined by a process of desocialization of society and by a sort of individualism of indifference. This work will try to outline some preliminary reflections in order to question if, starting from Jacques Derrida’s works, a philosophical analysis of the ‘concept’ of singularity can be a consistent political count...

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

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    Cristóbal Durán

    2015-08-01

    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.

  1. JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU’NUN EMILE’İNDE KADIN EĞİTİMİ

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    GENÇ, Hanife Nalan

    2015-01-01

    Bu çalışmada Fransız Yazınının Aydınlanma Dönemi yazarlarından olan Jean-Jacques Rousseau’nun ağırlıkla eğitim konusuna adanmış olan Emile (Bir Çocuk Büyüyor) isimli yapıtında kadına bakış açısını irdelemeye çalıştık. İsmi kahramanının ismiyle özdeş olan roman, yazarın kuram ve görüşlerini bilimsel ilkeler ışığında geliştirdiği Emile’in eğitimini konu edinir. Yazıldığı dönemde derin yankılar uyandıran kitap, eğitbilim alanında uygulamaya dönük kuramlar geliştirilmiş ilk yapıt olmasıyla önemli...

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

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    Paulina Kłos

    2014-11-01

    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.”

  3. 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 ...

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

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    Diego Enrique Londoño Paredes

    2015-07-01

    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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. The Politics of Aesthetics and the Hatred of Democracy according to Jacques Rancière

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    Pedro Hussak van Velthen Ramos

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Among readers of Jacques Rancière there is a discussion about the possibility of aesthetics substituting for real political action. This is because while the French author elaborates on the conception of the emancipated spectator, he states that the political task of art cannot be the removal of the spectator from her “passive” condition into the dimension of political action, but only the suspension of the relationship between “active” and “passive”. However, in Aisthesis, published in 2011, Rancière warns the reader that it is not a case of abandoning the aesthetic utopia, even if any teleological view is withdrawn. In this article, I intend to discuss these paradoxes by confronting the considerations of Le Spectateur émancipé and La Haine de la démocratie, trying to show that if politics itself presupposes action, the politics of aesthetics must be understood as a non-identification process that takes subjects out of the places that were “addressed” to them beforehand. In La Haine de la démocratie one of the symptoms of the crisis of representative democracy is presented by the fact that it produces oligarchies and, on the other hand, new social dynamics appear as the conquest of a new citizenship that confronts these political oligarchies. Noting that demonstrations today, whether in Turkey, Spain, or New York, are similar to artistic happenings, Rancière can say that where there is aesthetics there is democracy. Understanding this last statement is the aim of the present article.

  8. Driving change: an interview with Ford Motor Company's Jacques Nasser. Interview by Suzy Wetlaufer.

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    1999-01-01

    What happens when the world is changing but your organization isn't? And what if that organization has 340,000 employees in 200 countries? In this interview, Jacques Nasser, the new CEO of Ford Motor Company, talks with HBR editor Suzy Wetlaufer about these challenges and explains how his company is overcoming them through a unique education program. Since its very beginnings, says Nasser, Ford has comprised dozens of far-flung divisions and units, each with its own "fiefdom" mind-set. The fiefdoms didn't share information, let alone great ideas. Such behavior stifled creativity and drove up costs. Today's global environment demands a new and different way of doing business, says Nasser, and to that end, Ford has launched a multifaceted teaching initiative that will reach every one of Ford's employees by year-end. The goal of the program: to help employees view the company in its entirety as shareholders do, and then act that way too. At the heart of the initiative is the teachable point of view, a five-part written explanation of what a person knows and believes about what it takes to succeed in business. It is more than just a document to be discussed and then filed. It has proven to be a powerful tool for organizational transformation, and not only at Ford. In a commentary accompanying Nasser's interview, Noel Tichy, leadership expert and consultant to Ford describes the building blocks of the teachable point of view and explores how it can be implemented in any organization determined to change for the better.

  9. 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.

  10. Evaluation du stock de coquilles Saint-Jacques de la Manche-Est - Campagne COMOR XXIV N.O. Thalia

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    Vigneau, Joel; Lemoine, Michel

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    Tous les ans depuis 1976, le laboratoire "RESSOURCES HALIEUTIQUES" de PORT-EN-BESSIN effectue une campagne d'évaluation sur les coquilles Saint-Jacques en Manche-Est; Les objectifs en sont une évaluation des stocks avec estimation de la biomasse exploitable, de la qualité du recrutement (prochaine génération à entrer dans les captures) et du pré-recrutement (dernière génération née, non encore accessible aux engins par la taille), et des paramètres de croissance. Toutes ces données servent de...

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

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    Alexandru MAZILU

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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.

  12. 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...

  13. 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

  14. 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.

  15. 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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    Dacian Graţian GAL

    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.  

  16. 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.

  17. 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

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

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    Federico Tomasello

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    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.

  19. Witnessing Fukushima Secondhand: Collage, Archive and Travelling Memory in Jacques Ristorcelli’s Les Écrans

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    Benoît Crucifix

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    Full Text Available Cultural memory in comics studies mostly seems to revolve around nonfictional graphic novels tackling major historical events. Drawing on recent trends in cultural memory studies, this paper focuses on Jacques Ristorcelli‘s 'Les Écrans' (2014 as an experimental counterpoint where memory is animated by the author’s use of collage. Delving into an ‘archive’ of heterogeneous elements, 'Les Écrans' borrows from old war comics in a way that reflexively constructs a discourse on the past of the medium and its memory. Through the analysis of Ristorcelli’s book, this paper highlights how collage can function in comics as a work of memory that reaches back to appropriative practices common to both readers and fine artists.  

  20. Jacques Ellul’s “Anti-Democratic Economy:” Persuading Citizens and Consumers in the Information Society

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    Artur Matos Alves

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    Full Text Available Jacques Ellul's thoughts on the increasingly conspicuous role of persuasion techniques bring to the fore the persuasive and normative effects of new communication techniques at the core of contemporary consumer/citizen culture, as well as the limits of that instrumental stance towards mediated human communication. By drawing insights from authors who shared some of Ellul's concerns, such as Frankfurt School theorists, Vance Packard and Ivan Illich, this paper explores this “normative invasion” of human life by technique as a feature of contemporary information technology politics, specifically in (1 the historical context of normative and material technological colonization, and (2 the intertwining of propaganda and information warfare in the current reshaping of information politics.

  1. O mosaico antiglobalização visto sob o prisma de Jacques Rancière

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    Diego Azzi

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo tem por objetivo apresentar conceitos importantes do pensamento do filósofo francês Jacques Rancière, sobretudo a partir da noção de partilha do sensível. Com base na pesquisa de Mestrado realizada sobre os movimentos antiglobalização, são expostas hipóteses para a compreensão destes como produtores de inscrições dissensuais na ordem sensível policial, reatualizanclo a política em meio a um mosaico de modos de subjetivação e diferenças geracionais. Finalmente, são tecidas considerações acerca da importância do emprego do marco teórico de Rancière para o entendimento propriamente sociológico da política contemporânea.

  2. O mosaico antiglobalização visto sob o prisma de Jacques Rancière

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    Diego Azzi

    2007-01-01

    Este artigo tem por objetivo apresentar conceitos importantes do pensamento do filósofo francês Jacques Rancière, sobretudo a partir da noção de partilha do sensível. Com base na pesquisa de Mestrado realizada sobre os movimentos antiglobalização, são expostas hipóteses para a compreensão destes como produtores de inscrições dissensuais na ordem sensível policial, reatualizanclo a política em meio a um mosaico de modos de subjetivação e diferenças geracionais. Finalmente, são tecidas consider...

  3. LA ESTÉTICA Y SU DIMENSIÓN POLÍTICA SEGÚN JACQUES RANCIÈRE

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    Ricardo Javier Arcos Palma

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available La filosofía de Jacques Rancière acuerda un lugar importante a la estética. Esta última se redefine desde un punto de vista político y ético, no como disciplina, sino como régimen de lo sensible. El presente ensayo pretende acercarse a lo esencial de la estética, su redefinición y su dimensión política, problematizando múltiples relaciones entre política, ética y estética, y poniendo en tensión una lectura crítica de la obra Rancière con otras perspectivas que unen o separn dichos ámbitos.

  4. LA ESTÉTICA Y SU DIMENSIÓN POLÍTICA SEGÚN JACQUES RANCIÈRE

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    Ricardo Javier Arcos Palma

    2009-01-01

    La filosofía de Jacques Rancière acuerda un lugar importante a la estética. Esta última se redefine desde un punto de vista político y ético, no como disciplina, sino como régimen de lo sensible. el presente ensayo pretende acercarse a lo esencial de la estética, su redefinición y su dimensión política, problematizando múltiples relaciones entre política, ética y estética, y poniendo en tensión una lectura crítica de la obra Rancière con otras perspectivas que unen o separan dichos ámbitos....

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

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    Irene Bueno

    2009-07-01

    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.

  6. L’affaire de la Religieuse de Rivette (1965-1967 “The Nun”, a film by Jacques Rivette

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    Sabine Rousseau

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Suzanne Simonin, la religieuse de Diderot, film de Jacques Rivette, réalisateur lié aux Cahiers du cinéma et à la Nouvelle Vague, a été censuré par le pouvoir gaulliste en 1966. Quel est le rôle de l’Eglise catholique dans cette interdiction ? A l’intérieur de l’institution, les avis sont partagés. Le père Jean Pihan et Pierre Goursat de l’Office catholique du cinéma, de la radio et la télévision, ont œuvré à cette interdiction en mobilisant les religieuses de l’Union des supérieures majeures. Pour eux, la défense de la morale est une priorité absolue. Mais d’autres chrétiens comme Marc Oraison et Françoise Vandermeersch estiment au contraire que la censure est inutile et que les films doivent être appréciés pour leur valeur esthétique.Suzanne Simonin, la religieuse de Diderot, a film byJacques Rivette, a director connected with LaNouvelle Vague and Les cahiers du cinéma, was censored in 1966 under de Gaulle's presidency. What role did the CatholicChurch play in this decision? Among Christians, there were two different attitudes. Father Jean Pihan and Pierre Goursat from the Office catholique du cinéma, de la radio et de la télévision, rallied the nuns from the Union des supérieures majeures against the film. According to them, morality had to be saved. On the contrary, other Christians, such as Marc Oraison and Françoise Vandermeersch, thought that censorship was useless and that films must be appreciated for their aesthetic qualities.

  7. ROUBAUD, Jacques. Brasil, França e osAnimais de todo o mundo. Cosac Naify, 2006

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    Júlio Abreu

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available RESUMO: Os animais de todo mundo (Cosac Naify, 2006, livro de poemas do francês Jacques Roubaud, foi traduzido para o português por Paula Glenadel e Marcus Siscar. Além de ser considerado um poeta importante em sua língua, Roubaud é também matemático e fez parte, na década de 60, do grupo experimental OuLiPo – Ouvroir de la Littérature Potentiel, algo como Oficina de Literatura Potencial, ao qual pertenciam matemáticos e escritores como Raymond Queneau, autor de Zazie no metrô (Cosac Naify, 2009, traduzido por Paulo Werneck.  Roubaud teve outro livro de poemas traduzido no Brasil, Algo preto (Perspectiva, 2005, com tradução de Inês Oseki-Dépré. PALAVRAS-CHAVE: Educação; ensino-aprendizagem; PoemaABSTRACT:The animals of the world (COSAC Naify, 2006, book of poems of the French Jacques Roubaud, was translated into Portuguese by Paula Glenadel and Marcus Siscar. In addition to being considered an important poet in his language, Roubaud is also a mathematician and was part, in the 60s, the experimental group OuLiPo - Ouvroir de la Littérature Potentiel, something like Potential Literature Workshop, which belonged mathematicians and writers like Raymond Queneau, author of Zazie in the metro (COSAC Naify, 2009, translated by Paulo Werneck. Roubaud had another book of poems translated in Brazil, something black (Perspective, 2005, translated by Agnes Oseki-DEPRE. KEYWORDS: Education; teaching and learning; poemRecebido:12/10/2009    Aceito: 17/12/2009

  8. 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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    Paulo Ottoni

    2003-01-01

    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?

  9. 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.

  10. CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : welcome by CERN Director General Robert Aymar to French President Jacques Chirac, to King of Spain Juan Carlos and to President of the Swiss Confederation Joseph Deiss

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    Patrice Loiez; Michel Blanc

    2004-01-01

    CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : welcome by CERN Director General Robert Aymar to French President Jacques Chirac, to King of Spain Juan Carlos and to President of the Swiss Confederation Joseph Deiss

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

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    Subrenat, Jean-Jacques

    2002-01-01

    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

  12. La antropología de Jacques Maritain: problemas y virtualidades de la distinción individuo - persona

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    López-Casquete de Prado, Manuel

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Modern academic thinking in fields as diverse as economics, sociology, bioethics, law or politics frequently calls for a reconfiguration of our public institutions from a more humanising anthropological perspective to make them more conducive to people’s happiness. Among the approaches used to focus on this demand, the Thomist distinction between the individual and the persona has come to the fore. One of the most systematic and enlightening theories in this regard is that of French philosopher Jacques Maritain. In this paper we analyse his anthropological approach to conclude that, with positive and negative aspects, it may be of great interest approach to deepen this social debate and so help develop a new anthropological theory more geared towards people and their goals.Una de las reivindicaciones más repetidas en la actual reflexión académica en ámbitos tan dispares como la economía, la sociología, la bioética, el derecho o la política, plantea la necesidad de reconfigurar nuestras instituciones desde una antropología más humanizadora y, por tanto, más orientada a posibilitar la felicidad de la población. Entre las distintas aproximaciones teóricas utilizadas para concretar esta reivindicación, cada vez cobra más fuerza la que pretende recuperar y actualizar la clásica distinción tomista entre individuo y persona. Una de las formulaciones más sistemáticas y clarificadoras a este respecto es la ofrecida por el filósofo francés Jacques Maritain. En este artículo se realiza un análisis crítico de su planteamiento antropológico y se concluye que, con luces y sombras, el sistema de Maritain puede ser de gran interés para profundizar en este debate social y contribuir así a reelaborar nuestras bases antropológicas de modo que podamos alumbrar una sociedad a la medida de la persona y sus fines.

  13. 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

    2011-09-01

    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”

  14. 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.

  15. 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

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. 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

  19. 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.

  20. 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

  1. A SEPARAÇÃO ENTRE ESFERA PÚBLICA E PRIVADA: UM CONFRONTO ENTRE JOHN LOCKE, JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU E CAROLE PATEMAN

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    Cunha de Moura, Samantha Nagle

    2014-01-01

    RESUMO: O presente artigo busca problematizar a separação entre esfera pública e esfera privada, existente no modelo liberal burguês, como um substrato legitimador da imposição de papeis sociais e sexuais diferenciados para homens e mulheres. Para tanto, o trabalho confronta as ideias fundamentais do pensamento de John Locke e de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, teóricos liberais contratualistas do séc. XVII-XVIII, diante da teoria do contrato sexual da teórica feminista Carole Pateman. Palavras-cha...

  2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Larsen, Mihail

    2009-01-01

      "Klassisk og modernepolitisk teori" er en bred indføring i politiske teorier, traditioner og forskningsfelter fra Platon og Aristoteles til vor tids stadig mere omfattende og specialiserede politiske tænkning. "Rousseau" rummer en systematisk gennemgang af Rousseaus forfatterskab med vægt på ha...

  3. 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

  4. A New Economic and Political State of Play in the Energy Sector: On Jean-Pierre Hansen and Jacques Percebois, Energy. Economy and politics

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    Lesourne, J.

    2011-01-01

    If there is one sector in which the state of play has changed radically over a few decades, it is the energy sector. It has been affected simultaneously by the prospect that the main fossil fuels will become exhausted, by the impact on our planet's climate of the consumption of this fossil energy (implying increased recourse to renewable sources) and by the rapid economic development of large nations consuming increasing quantities of energy. Energy-related policies (particularly economic and technological policies) are, in fact, being developed in an increasingly complex and international context, which is, at times, very difficult to grasp. Fortunately, two specialists in energy matters, Jean-Pierre Hansen and Jacques Percebois, have published a very comprehensive survey of this new economic and political state of play in the energy field: 'Energie. Economie et politiques' [Energy: Economics and Policies] (Brussels: De Boeck, 2010). It clearly is not possible here to go into all the questions they confront, but in this review Jacques Lesourne, who has read the book for Futuribles, clearly demonstrates its importance and presents the reader with the main facets of the work that make it a reference tool for all involved in this sector, including the most highly specialized. (author)

  5. ALGUNS ASPECTOS DA RELAÇÃO ENTRE A TEORIA SAUSSURIANA DA LINGUAGEM E A TEORIA DO SIGNIFICANTE LACANIANO A FEW ASPECTS OF THE RELATION ENTER THE SAUSSURE'S THEORY OF THE LANGUAGE AND THE THEORY OF THE LACAN'S SIGNIFICANT

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    Sergio Augusto Franco Fernandes

    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available Faz-se necessário uma busca de elementos que venham a facilitar a compreensão das origens do significante lacaniano, na tentativa de esclarecer, pela via do estruturalismo lingüístico, até onde vai, realmente, a influência saussuriana. Sabe-se que o significante lacaniano, mesmo tendo como referência epistemológica o significante saussuriano, ambos não devem ser confundidos. Normalmente se atribui a Ferdinand de Saussure a invenção da teoria do signo. Ressaltaremos, entretanto, que essa “invenção” é bem anterior às teorias do lingüista genebrino. Levaremos em conta as observações de Jean-Luc Nancy e Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, na medida em que esses autores demonstram que o deslocamento operado sobre o esquema saussuriano não vai depender, como comumente se pensa, da autonomia do significante. Verificaremos, portanto, até que ponto mostra-se legítimo o uso do termo significante na teoria lacaniana.A search of elements becomes necessary to facilitate the understanding of the origins of the Lacan´s significant, in the attempt to explain through structural linguistic, the limits of the Saussure´s influence. It is known that the Lacan´s significant, even though has the Saussure´s influence as a reference in epistemology, both “significant” must not be mistaken. It is usually attributed to Ferdinand de Saussure the invention of the theory of the linguistic sign. We will stand out, however, that this “invention” is previous to the theories of the genevan linguist. We will observe the comments of Jean-Luc Nancy and Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe, to the point where these authors demonstrate that the displacement operated on the Saussure´s scheme will not depend on, as it is well known, the significant’s autonomy. It will be verified, therefore, how legitimate it is, the use of the significant´s term in the Lacan´s theory.

  6. Jacques Loeb (1859-1924) and His Forgotten Contributions to Electrolyte and Acid-Base Physiology in The Organism as a Whole.

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    Sgambato, Francesco; Sgambato, Ester; De Santo, Natale Gaspare

    2016-02-01

    Jacques Loeb (1859-1924) was the founder of the Journal of General Physiology which he co-directed in association with W.J.V. Osterhout in the years 1918-1924. Having worked (1889-1891)at the Marine Zoological Station of Naples, newly founded by Anton Dohrn, he was imprinted for life. A strong investigator used to perform the experiments personally. Loeb was engaged lifelong in the explanation of life on physico-chemical basis. He touched various fields (being a creative scientist full of ideas), and centered on the exchanges of electrolytes, acids and bases between the body and sea water in fish. He identified two equations: {[K+]+[Na+]}: {[Ca++]+[Mg++]} (Loebs 1st equation) {[K+]+[Na+]}: {[H+]+[Ca++]+[Mg++]} (Loebs final equation) Even nowadays these equations may have applications in a wide list of electrolyte and acid-base disturbances. Unfortunately his heredity has been dissipated.

  7. 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.

  8. A relação entre estética e política na obra de Jacques Rancière

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    2016-01-01

    O presente trabalho discutirá a relação entre estética e política na obra do filósofo francês Jacques Rancière, a partir, principalmente, do conceito de partilha do sensível. Para Rancière há um campo comum que une essas duas esferas do saber humano, a estética primeira que se refere a um a priori da sensibilidade. Neste sentido, tanto a arte quanto a política podem intervir neste tecido da sensibilidade, reconfigurando a partilha do sensível de maneira dissensual. Há, segundo o autor, uma di...

  9. La estética y su dimensión política según Jacques Rancière

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    Ricardo Javier Arcos Palma

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available La filosofía de Jacques Rancière acuerda un lugar importante a la estética. Esta última se redefine desde un punto de vista político y ético, no como disciplina, sino como régimen de lo sensible. el presente ensayo pretende acercarse a lo esencial de la estética, su redefinición y su dimensión política, problematizando múltiples relaciones entre política, ética y estética, y poniendo en tensión una lectura crítica de la obra Rancière con otras perspectivas que unen o separan dichos ámbitos.

  10. Arte y política: un estudio comparativo de Jacques Rancière y Nelly Richard para el arte latinoamericano

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    Verónica Capasso

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se indagan y comparan las teorías de Jacques Rancière y Nelly Richard sobre la relación entre arte y política desde el pensamiento posfundacional, y se producen reflexiones y análisis de manifestaciones artísticas latinoamericanas vanguardistas o críticas en diálogo con ambas. Para ello, se parte de una presentación de las teorías de Rancière y Richard en términos generales, se focaliza en las ideas que dichos autores tienen de la política y, específicamente, en la conceptualización que hacen del arte y su relación con la política. Al mismo tiempo, se desarrolla una interpretación de producciones artísticas desde una mirada centrada en sus diversas conexiones con lo político, más allá del contenido temático de estas. Se utiliza la perspectiva metodológica cualitativa transdisciplinaria, que articula distintas áreas de conocimiento (filosofía política, sociología, historia del arte. En el caso de los desarrollos de Jacques Rancière, se recurre a herramientas teóricas metropolitanas para resituarlas y repensarlas en función del arte de Latinoamérica. En este sentido, se trata de potenciar sus ideas en el análisis de casos locales. En cuanto a la teoría de Nelly Richard, sus conceptos de arte crítico y vanguardista se ponen en relación con el arte latinoamericano. Finalmente, se propone una comparación en la cual se destacan similitudes y diferencias conceptuales entre ambos en combinación con análisis de casos para abrir el panorama analítico e interpretativo que vincule teorías actuales con estudios de manifestaciones artísticas locales.

  11. Thobie Jacques, Les Intérêts culturels français dans l’Empire ottoman finissant. L’enseignement laïque et en partenariat, Peeters, Leuven, 2009, 461 p.

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    Caroline Piquet

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    Full Text Available À l’heure où la France cherche à relancer sa politique culturelle au Moyen-Orient avec l’implantation d’universités et de lycées prestigieux, l’ouvrage de Jacques Thobie vient nourrir la réflexion sur le rôle de l’éducation dans les processus d’expansion politique et le jeu des puissances. Jacques Thobie publie ici le complément à sa thèse désormais célèbre, Intérêts et impérialisme français dans l’Empire Ottoman 1895-1914. L’ouvrage n’est que la première partie d’un travail sur l’enseignemen...

  12. Miss Julie: A Psychoanalytic Study

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    Sonali Jain

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    Full Text Available Sigmund Freud theorized that ‘the hero of the tragedy must suffer…to bear the burden of tragic guilt…(that lay in rebellion against some divine or human authority.’ August Strindberg, the Swedish poet, playwright, author and visual artist, like Shakespeare before him, portrayed insanity as the ultimate of tragic conflict. In this paper I seek to explore and reiterate the dynamics of human relationships that are as relevant today as they were in Strindberg’s time. I propose to examine Strindberg’s Miss Julie, a play set in nineteenth century Sweden, through a psychoanalytic lens. The play deals with bold themes of class and sexual identity politics. Notwithstanding the progress made in breaking down gender barriers, the inequalities inherent in a patriarchal system persist in modern society. Miss Julie highlights these imbalances. My analysis of the play deals with issues of culture and psyche, and draws on Freud, Melanie Klein, Lacan, Luce Irigaray and other contemporary feminists. Miss Julie is a discourse on hysteria, which is still pivotal to psychoanalysis. Prominent philosophers like Hegel and the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan have written about the dialectic of the master and the slave – a relationship that is characterized by dependence, demand and cruelty. The history of human civilization shows beyond any doubt that there is an intimate connection between cruelty and the sexual instinct. An analysis of the text is carried out using the sado-masochistic dynamic as well the slave-master discourse. I argue that Miss Julie subverts the slave-master relationship. The struggle for dominance and power is closely linked with the theme of sexuality in the unconscious. To quote the English actor and director Alan Rickman, ‘Watching or working on the plays of Strindberg is like seeing the skin, flesh and bones of life separated from each other. Challenging and timeless.’

  13. The anatomy of a forbidden desire: men, penetration and semen exchange.

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    Holmes, Dave; Warner, Dan

    2005-03-01

    The rising popularity of unprotected anal sex (bareback sex) among men who have sex with men (MSM) is perplexing healthcare providers working in sexual health clinics. Epidemiological research on the topic overlooks several socio-cultural and psychological dimensions. Our research attempts to construct an appropriate theoretical edifice by which we can understand this sexual practice. In order to achieve this objective, a qualitative design was selected and 18 semiconductive in-depth interviews were carried out with barebackers from five European and North American cities. We then analyzed the data using two theoretical approaches that were sensitive to the issues of desire, transgression and pleasure. These theories are those of the late French psychoanalyst, Jacques Lacan, and those of poststructural thinkers, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari. These theoretical frameworks helped shed light on the significance of bareback sex, and can potentially influence healthcare providers in gaining a better understanding not only of their clients, but also of their own role in the circuitry of desire at work within bareback. We found that while the exchange of semen constitutes a dangerous and irrational practice to healthcare professionals, it is nevertheless a significant variable in the sexual lives of barebackers that needs to be taken into consideration in the provision of healthcare services.

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

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    Mikulić Borislav

    2007-01-01

    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.

  15. 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.

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

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    Fatemeh Pourjafari

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    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.

  17. Unbinding critics: psychoanalysis and aesthetic thinking

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    Gustavo Henrique Dionisio

    2013-07-01

    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.

  18. Lacanian Orders in Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night

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    Sima Farshid

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents a Lacanian reading of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night (1941 by drawing on the psychic orders the well-known French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan has propounded. He holds that human psyche is formed of three orders (the Imaginary, the Symbolic and the Real which mold the unconscious mind and motivate human actions and reactions. He also argues that the Other has an immense impact on the formation of psychic orders, especially the Symbolic, and hence on one’s identity. The present article attempts to investigate the three orders of the characters O’Neill has portrayed in Long Day’s Journey into Night, besides the role of the Other in the formation of those orders. The reactions of these characters to the outside world are regarded here as the outer presentation of their troubled mind. It is also discussed that the mental and physical problems and disorders of these characters, such as their addiction to alcohol and drugs, are the outcome of their repressed desires which have remained unfulfilled because of the rules defined and imposed on them by the Other – hence the frustrating sense of lack observed in all four characters.

  19. [The apothecaries of the Saint-Honoré district of Paris in the 17th century. The apothecaries Antoine and Jacques Grégoire and Louis XIII’s first painter, Simon Vouet].

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    Warolin, Christian

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    This article presents the biographies of the apothecaries who lived in the Rue Saint-Honoré in Paris in the 17th century. Two major facts emerge from this study. The first concerns the formation of a family network involving the apothecaries and the royal artists. The apothecaries Antoine and Jacques Grégoire became allied with Simon Vouet, the first painter of Louis XIII . Links were also made between Antoine Grégoire and Jacques Sarazin, the King’s sculptor, and then with Michel Corneille, painter to the King. The famous painting by Simon Vouet hanging in the assembly hall of the Faculty of Pharmacy in Paris is probably the fruit of his collaboration with Jacques Grégoire, his brother-in-law and an erudite botanist. The other notable fact concerns the relations between Anne de Furnes, widow of Antoine Brulon, the rich apothecary to the King Antoine Brulon, and Molière, both in Paris and in the village of Auteuil. The other notable fact concerns the relations between Anne de Furnes, widow of Antoine Brulon, the rich apothecary to the King Antoine Brulon, and Molière, both in Paris and in the village of Auteuil.

  20. História, arte, política: o conceito de regime estético da arte na obra de Jacques Rancière = History, art, politics: the concept of regime aesthetic work of Jacques Rancière

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    Voigt, André Fabiano

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available O presente artigo pretende analisar o conceito de regime estético da arte na obra do filósofo Jacques Rancière como forma de pensar a produção artística contemporânea fora do viés representacionista, comum em boa parte das análises historiográficas contemporâneas. Rancière faz uma articulação inovadora entre história, arte e política, a qual procura evidenciar o caráter acontecimental da obra de arte, em comparação às análises representacionistas, que sempre vinculam a obra ao contexto histórico e à intencionalidade do autor

  1. 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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    Ghislaine Fournès

    2008-07-01

    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.

  2. FCJ-160 Politics is Serious Business: Jacques Rancière, Griefing, and the Re-Partitioning of the (NonSensical

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    Steve Holmes

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    Full Text Available This article contextualises certain elements of ‘griefing’ as a form of political action in virtual world by drawing on the political philosophy of Jacques Rancière. A small but growing number of scholars are starting to view griefing as an avant-garde, anarchist, or hacktivist political activity. I suggest that Rancière offers a more specific articulation of what constitutes political action and activism for griefing collectives because his understanding of politics is entirely grounded in relationship to the types of communities and individual political equality. The article focuses specifically on the Patriotic Nigras activities in the Great Habbo Raid of 2006 in an attempt to understand how a Rancièreian framework can provide some analytical tools for articulating politics in virtual worlds. I conclude that the PN do not ultimately realise a Rancièreian framework. They challenge not partitions of the sensible, but partitions of the nonsensical specific to the different operation of politics and community formation in virtual worlds.

  3. 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

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    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.

  4. Ecrire à la suite de : Andrée Lacelle, Andrée Christensen et Jacques Flamand, Paul Savoie et Dyane Léger

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    Catherine Parayre

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    Full Text Available « Ecrire à la suite de » est un procédé d’écriture courant dans la littérature, qu’il s’agisse de mettre en relief l’intertextualité de l’œuvre (par exemple, en incluant des citations, de s’adonner à un travail basé sur l’intermédialité (par exemple, dans un texte rédigé à partir de photographies ou encore d’écrire à quatre mains, lorsqu’un des deux auteurs ajoute son texte à celui du partenaire d’écriture. Ne faisant pas exception, les littératures francophones du Canada pratiquent tout aussi fréquemment cette écriture de l’après. Le présent article en examinera quelques exemples dans des œuvres de nature introspective : La lumière et l’heure : poèmes et carnets (2004 d’Andrée Lacelle, avec des tableaux de Réjine Halimi ; Lithochronos ou le premier vol de la pierre (1999 d’Andrée Christensen et Jacques Flamand, avec des photographies de Christensen ; et L’incendiaire (2008 de Paul Savoie et Dyane Léger. L’analyse montrera que l’écriture « à la suite de », aussi variées qu’en soient les manifestations, non seulement met en évidence la présence de l’auteur dans ces textes, mais a aussi pour résultat, dans ces œuvres méditatives, de dédramatiser et d’amenuiser l’intensité de la réflexion existentielle.

  5. 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).

  6. 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

  7. 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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    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

  8. CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : one of the high momentsof the day: the signing of the golden book by the King of Spain Juan Carlos, the President of the Republic of France Jacques Chirac and the President of the Swiss Confederation Joseph Deiss

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    CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : one of the high momentsof the day: the signing of the golden book by the King of Spain Juan Carlos, the President of the Republic of France Jacques Chirac and the President of the Swiss Confederation Joseph Deiss

  9. CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : one of the high moments of the day the signing of the golden book by the King of Spain Juan Carlos, the President of the Republic of France, Jacques Chirac and the President of the Swiss Confederation, Joseph Deiss

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    CERN 50th Anniversary Official Celebration : one of the high moments of the day the signing of the golden book by the King of Spain Juan Carlos, the President of the Republic of France, Jacques Chirac and the President of the Swiss Confederation, Joseph Deiss

  10. Culture, Truth, and Science After Lacan.

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    Gillett, Grant

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    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.

  11. Jacques Poloni-Simard, La Mosaïque indienne. Mobilité, stratification sociale et métissage dans le corregimiento de Cuenca (Équateur) du xvie au xviiie siècle

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    Gruzinski, Serge

    2008-01-01

    L’étude de Jacques Poloni-Simard captivera tous ceux qui s’intéressent à l’histoire économique et sociale de l’Amérique espagnole, à la fois parce qu’elle ajoute un nouveau chapitre à l’historiographie de l’Équateur et qu’elle développe une approche de bout en bout fondée sur une méthodologie originale et rigoureuse. Les Indiens de Cuenca et de sa région sont au cœur d’un ouvrage qui, sous la forme d’un triptyque, rassemble et analyse tout ce que les sources espagnoles peuvent nous apporter s...

  12. Los orígenes filosóficos de la noción de soberanía nacional en el contractualismo político de Thomas Hobbes, John Locke y Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    El artículo examina cómo las proposiciones teóricas de Thomas Hobbes, John Locke y Jean-Jacques Rousseau sobre la función del contrato social han tenido una profunda conexión con la noción de soberanía nacional, desde su fundamentación filosófica hasta sus límites. Para eso, se estudia en los tres filósofos el estado de naturaleza y la concepción de hombre, el proceso de formación del contrato social y la condición del hombre en el Estado, según las formas de Estado y de Gobierno preferidas d...

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. Letter from Stockholm.

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    Johansson, Per Magnus

    2015-04-01

    Some of the ideas of Sigmund Freud were preceded in a literary form by the Swedish writer August Strindberg in the late 19th century. Psychoanalysis itself was introduced in Sweden about a decade into the 20th century by two rivalling pioneers, the doctors Emanuel af Geijerstam and Poul Bjerre. After a slow start, the Danish-Norwegian Psychoanalytical Society and the Finnish-Swedish Psychoanalytical Society were formed in 1934 in Stockholm. The same year, Ericastiftelsen [The Erica Foundation], a psychotherapeutic clinic for children, was founded by Hanna Bratt. Five years later, in 1939, also in Stockholm, the organization that was to become St. Lukasstiftelsen [The Saint Luke's Foundation] was founded. It has been, and still is, an association that has trained psychodynamic psychotherapists, with a focus on existential, religious and philosophical questions. Today, St. Luke's tries to be up-dated from an academic standpoint. During the Second World War, several important psychoanalysts came to Sweden, for example René de Monchy, Lajos and Edith Székely, and Stefi Pedersen. Ola Andersson's doctoral dissertation ("Studies in the Prehistory of Psychoanalysis", 1962) and the historian Gunnar Brandell's essay ("Freud, a Man of His Century", 1961) have had an international impact. In the last two decades, an authorized and carefully edited translation of Freud's collected works has been published by Natur och Kultur, and the history of psychoanalysis in Sweden has been written at the University of Gothenburg. As a result of a recent interest in the work of Jacques Lacan, and French psychoanalysis, philosophy and literature, the journal Psykoanalytisk Tid/Skrift was founded in 2002, in Gothenburg. Since 2011 the journal is called Arche. The largest organized group of psychoanalysts in Sweden today is the Swedish Psychoanalytical Association (SPAF), which has around 225 members. Since 2008, it no longer has the right to license psychotherapists, a situation which

  16. Analytic Culture in the U.S. Intelligence Community: An Ethnographic Study

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    Cultures; Jacques Lacan, Ecrits; Ferdinand de Saussure , Course in General Linguistics. 97 CHAPTER EIGHT is the process of learning the ropes; training...American Journal of Sociology 48 (1943): 593–602. Saussure , Ferdinand. Course in General Linguistics. Translated by W. Baskin. New York: McGraw

  17. 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…

  18. 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.

  19. 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...

  20. 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...

  1. 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...

  2. Enjoying God's Death: "The Passion of the Christ" and the Practices of an Evangelical Public

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    Lundberg, Christian

    2009-01-01

    Publics are not simply a product of common attention to texts, but are also animated by an economy of tropes and affects that relies on processes of metonymic connection, metaphorical condensation, and affective investment. Drawing on Jacques Lacan's theory of enjoyment and his treatments of metaphor and metonymy as rhetorical forms, this essay…

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

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    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.

  4. Pictures of Childhood: a close study of Sir Joshua Reynolds`s The Strawberry Girl, including a selection of his paintings of children, read in light of his The Discourses on Art and Jean-Jacques Rousseau`s Emile, or On Education.

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    Pictures of Childhood is a study of Sir Joshua Reynolds s paintings of children in light of Reynolds s The Discourses on Art, 1769-1790, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau s Emile, or On Education, 1762. A close reading of The Discourses on Art reveals that Reynolds thought art should seek a general truth, and that art should make an impression on the beholder s imagination and feeling. In Emile, Rousseau abandons original sin. This led to a perception of childhood as a happy and content phase of life...

  5. 9. Three aphorisms from Diderot, The Philosopher and Marshal ***’s Wife Have a Deep Chat, 1774; Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778), Émile, or On Education, 1762; and Frederick the Great of Prussia (1712-17

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    Portrait of Rousseau by Maurice Quentin de La Tour (after 1753) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jean-Jacques_Rousseau_(painted_portrait).jpg ⁂ Philosophy is as far from impiety as religion is from fanaticism, but from fanaticism to barbarism is only a step.Diderot Adultery and love between men are allowed in many countries, but you will not find a single one in which you are allowed to break your word. This is because society can rub along perfectly well with adulterers and men who l...

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

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    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.

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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 ...

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    Feb 17, 2006 ... conversion of solar energy into electric ..... File: L5b.RAW - Step: 0.020 ° - Step time: 15. s - Anode: Cu - WL1: 1.5406 - Generator kV: 40 kV - Generator mA: 40 mA - Divergence slit: ..... of quantum confinement on the electornic.

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    production animale et en médecine traditionnelle. En effet, des résultats probants dans la détermination des composants chimiques et des propriétés biologiques de Tridax procumbens ont été obtenus. Le présent article se propose de répertorier à travers une synthèse bibliographique l'utilité de cette plante en élevage des ...

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

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    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.

  19. 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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    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.

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

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    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

  1. Pensamiento y política: Arendt con Lacan

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    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, 1...

  2. The semiotics of gender.

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    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.

  3. 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...

  4. LA GENITALIDAD EN LA ADOLESCENCIA

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    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.

  5. Algunos aspectos de la ilusión en la política

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    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.

  6. Begær

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    Rösing, Lilian Munk

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    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 receptionens...

  7. Reverie and metaphor. Some thoughts on how I work as a psychoanalyst.

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    Ogden, T

    1997-08-01

    In this paper, the author presents parts of an ongoing internal dialogue concerning how he works as an analyst. He describes the way in which he attempts to sense what is most alive and most real in each analytic encounter, as well as his use of his own reveries in his effort to locate himself in what is going on at an unconscious level in the analytic relationship. The author views each analytic situation as reflecting, to a large degree, a specific type of unconscious intersubjective construction. Since unconscious experience is by definition outside of conscious awareness, the analyst must make use of indirect (associational) methods such as the scrutiny of his own reverie experience in his efforts to 'catch the drift' (Freud, 1923, p. 239) of the unconscious intersubjective constructions being generated. Reveries (and all other derivatives of the unconscious) are viewed not as glimpses into the unconscious, but as metaphorical expressions of what the unconscious experience is like. In the author's experience, when an analysis is 'a going concern', the analytic dialogue often takes the form of a verbal 'squiggle game' (Winnicott, 1971a, p. 3) in which the analytic pair elaborates and modifies the metaphors that the other has unself-consciously introduced. The analytic use of reverie and of the role of metaphor in the analytic experience is clinically illustrated.

  8. 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/.

  9. 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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    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.

  10. 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

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

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    the death of research. It is the restlessness, anxiety, dissatis- faction, agony of mind that nourish Science”. ... Monod's ideas on the philosophy of biology are enshrined in his ... the advent of a new era of investigation in molecular biology,.

  12. Jean-Jacques Rousseau's views on adult education

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    Dame, Frederick William

    1996-01-01

    Although Rousseau describes in Émile only his scheme for childhood education, he presents us in this work with some direct statements which can be applied to explain more fully the nature of adult education. The author surveys Rousseau's ideas on the role of the general will in adult educational philosophy, subject matter, methodology and negative education, as well as the relationships between the family, student, teacher, community and the state. He concludes that the modern Rousseau would not limit education to males and would recognize that the four Rousseauian periods of educational development — infancy, childhood, youngster, adolescence — is followed by a fifth: adulthood. Adult education is the logical continuation of the four previous phases. Throughout each phase education must permit intellectual and moral growth and always allow for creativity and diversity. Only then can adults become positive contributors to their society.

  13. Sociedad, democracia y patriarcado en Jean Jacques Rousseau

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    1996-01-01

    El texto trata de la vinculación que Rousseau establece entre la dualidad del ser social y la desigualdad social. Las propuestas de Rousseau sobre la libertad e igualdad, sobre la ciudadania, están condicionadas y limitada por la cadena de dualidades esenciales : contrato social y sexual, naturaleza masculina y femenina, espacio social público y privado, pedagogía para varones y para mujeres. Ya en Rousseau se aprecia que la igualdad sólo alcanzará a los "iguales" y la mitad de la especie no ...

  14. La mujer en la obra de Jean Jacques Rousseau

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    Este trabajo resume los diversos pretextos que Rousseau argumenta como razones para defender la subordinación de las mujeres. Me haparecido apropiado dividir el trabajo en dos apartados. El primero de ellos pretende decidir si la producción rousseauniana anterior a 1755 -fecha de publicación del Discurso sobre la Desigualdad- puede ser o no objeto de la crítica feminista. El segundo, en cambio, pretende reconstruir históricamente las convicciones políticas, pedagógicas y religiosas de las que...

  15. Medievalist enlightenment. From Charles Perrault to Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Montoya, A.C.

    2013-01-01

    Literary medievalism played a vital role in the construction of the French Enlightenment. Starting with the Quarrel of the Ancients and Moderns, it influenced movements leading to the Romantic rediscovery of the Middle Ages, and helped to shape new literary genres, from the epistolary novel to the

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

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    This paper argues that the central topic of “The Social Contract” is how people might construct a genuinely free political society and it is plausible to hold that this is so given Rousseau's own famous formulation of the "problem" to which the social contract is the solution, which says that the members of the political community ...

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

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    Alonso, Pedro

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    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...

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    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.

  19. Jacques Derrida’s (ArtWork of Mourning

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    Antal Eva

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Derrida’s highly personal mourning texts are collected and published in a unique book under the title The Work of Mourning edited by Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas, two outstanding translators of Derrida’s works. The English collection is published in 2001, while the French edition came out later in 2003 titled Chaque fois unique, la fin du monde (Each Time Unique, the End of the World. In his deconstructed eulogies, Derrida, being in accordance with ‘the mission impossible’ of deconstruction, namely, ‘to allow the coming of the entirely other’ in its otherness, seems to find his own voice. In my paper, I will focus on this special segment of Derrida’s death-work (cf. life-work; namely, on his mourning texts written for his dead friends, paying special attention to the rhetoric ‘circling around’ fidelity, friendship, and the other in his textual mourning.

  20. Transferência: amor ao saber Transference: the love to know

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    Gilberto Gênova Gobbato

    2001-06-01

    Full Text Available Procura-se evidenciar um novo direcionamento para a questão do amor de transferência com o ensino de Jacques Lacan. Trata-se, antes de mais nada, do questionamento do lugar do analista para responder a esse amor. A tese de Lacan é de que esse amor é endereçado ao saber: o analisando coloca o analista na posição de sujeito suposto saber, de um saber consistente, de um saber que sabe. Entretanto, da perspectiva do analista o saber não sabe. O analista deve conduzir a análise visando esse não saber como verdade.The article tries to make evident a new direction in the question of transference love according to Lacan's teaching. At first, it deals with the question of the analyst's position in order to answer to this love. Lacan's thesis relies on the fact that this love is addressed to knowledge. Based on that, the analyzand puts the analyst in the position of a subject supposed to know, supposed to have a consistent knowledge, a knowledge that knows. However, from the analyst's point of view, knowledge does not know. Having this in mind as the truth, the analyst must analyze his patient.

  1. [Birth of the movie from the spirit of laughter].

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    Schlüpmann, H

    1994-11-01

    So far, the links between film theory and psychoanalysis have been largely forged via Sigmund Freud's theory of dreams and the "linguistic turn" ushered in by Jacques Lacan. The present author elects a different approach. Drawing upon Freud's treatise on jokes, she outlines the way in which the social nature of joke production (in contrast to the loneliness of the dreamer) and the modes of wish-fulfillment inherent therein (neglected by Lacan) can be utilised for a feminist re-vision of cinema. According to Schlüpmann, the unconscious factors inherent in jokes and comedy re-emerge in a radicalized form in three elements of cinema: in the technicality of film, the participation of women and the projective space represented by the movie theatre.

  2. DESEO, LENGUAJE, MORAL: PERSPECTIVA PSICOANALÍTICA

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    Juan Guillermo Uribe Echeverry

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper is part of the research "On Excess and Its Regulation. Reflections from Psychoanalysis and Philosophy”, carried out by the Psicoanálisis, Sujeto y Sociedad [Psychoanalysis, Subject and Society] research group, University of Antioquia, Colombia. Kant's theory of desire –named by him as "faculty of desire"– and Sigmund Freud's "experience of satisfaction" are here compared. These are two approaches to desire, the former coming from Philosophy, the latter from clinic. In relation to language, Jacques Lacan's logic of signifier is here presented together with the consequence of the emergence of an unconscious subject –subject considered by Lacan as a response of the Real. In relation to morals, the theory of superego and guilt is presented as a genesis of the Freudian morals.

  3. La ausencia de lugar para el ser hablante en tiempos del biopoder

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    Hernández Rodríguez, Iván Darío

    2014-01-01

    El presente trabajo desarrolla un análisis teórico de los conceptos de sujeto y discurso en la enseñanza de Jacques Lacan con miras a establecer su pertinencia en el contexto del análisis político contemporáneo, en particular con relación a las elaboraciones hechas desde la perspectiva biopolítica. Partiendo de examinar la constitución subjetiva en su relación con el significante, se avanza hacia la comprensión del sujeto y su cuerpo en tanto que sostenidos por un discurso. En ese sentido se ...

  4. 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.

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

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    Mirta Lerena Misailidis

    2016-12-01

    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.

  6. Herrens röst

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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...

  7. 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.

  8. Od polityki i teorii do literatury. Wokół „Théorie d'ensemble" grupy Tel Quel

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    Adam Dziadek

    2007-02-01

    Full Text Available This text aims at a description of the famous manifesto published by the group Tel Quel in France in 1968. The author gives a short analysis of chosen texts by Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida, Roland Barthes and particularly Julia Kristeva. The analysis shows important links between politics and literary theory of the Tel Quel. It also shows the way that politics and theory (based on such intertexts as Marx, Freud and Lacan influenced new notion of the text, of the intertextuality and the others.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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

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

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    Santos, Tania Coelho dos; Oliveira, Flávia Lana Garcia de

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    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 sua...

  14. 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…

  15. 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.

  16. An incomplete inquiry : reading the filial piety stories through Lacan, or the other way around …

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    Cheng, C.

    2017-01-01

    This study is an attempt to look awry at the Confucian tradition, by examining the popular stories—such as the filial piety stories collected in the Ershisi xiao (Twenty-Four Exemplars of Filial Piety)—which were promoted by the Confucian orthodox discourse and have been regarded for centuries as

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

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    Bruno Focas Vieira MACHADO

    2015-06-01

    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. Demanda social y demanda analítica : Althusser y Lacan

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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 ...

  19. Lacan and Adolescence: The Contemporary Clinic of the "Sexual Non-rapport" and Pornography.

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    Ouvry, Olivier

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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 theory about the sexual non-rapport; both in fact deny the effect of what puberty introduces as radically new.

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

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    Full Text Available 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 theory about the sexual non-rapport; both in fact deny the effect of what puberty introduces as radically new.

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

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    Ouvry, Olivier

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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 theory about the sexual non-rapport; both in fact deny the effect of what puberty introduces as radically new. PMID:29467683

  2. A Non-oedipal Psychoanalysis? Clinical Anthropology of Hysteria in the works of Freud and Lacan

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    Haute, P.I.M.M. van; Geyskens, T.A.L.

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    The different psychopathologic syndromes show in an exaggerated and caricatural manner the basic structures of human existence. These structures not only characterize psychopathology, but they also determine the highest forms of culture. This is the credo of Freud's anthropology. This anthropology

  3. Entre Merleau-Ponty, Lacan et Kripke : le(s) Descartes de Lyotard

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    Smith, Claude

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    Cette contribution tente d'interroger les enjeux de l'usage de la référence à Descartes dans l'œuvre de Lyotard. Partant du constat que la référence prend ici la forme de lectures successives, très différentes du point de vue du style comme du point de vue du type de démonstration qu'elles viennent appuyer, on se propose de distinguer trois temps significatifs : -celui d'une lecture d'inspiration phénoménologique, mais également d'emblée critique vis-à-vis des présupposés ou des méthodes mise...

  4. 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.

  5. The dis-membered body: bodily fragmentation as a metaphor for political renewal O corpo dis-membrado: fragmentação corporal como metáfora para renovação política

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    Rainer Guldin

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available In recent years, the theme of bodily fragmentation has received much attention in academic studies in Europe. The body and its parts have come to be viewed as text, trope, or metaphor, allowing one to think of the social systems. Based on contemporary reflections dealing with the body as text or discourse, including Mikhail Bakhtin, Stefanie Wenner, and Jacques Lacan, the current article revisits Empedocles and Plutarch to discuss particularly the anthropological and philosophical aspects of the concepts that have been constructed concerning the body.Nos últimos anos o tema da fragmentação do corpo tem recebido muita atenção dos estudos acadêmicos na Europa. Passa-se a ver o corpo e suas partes como texto, tropo ou metáfora que permitem pensar os sistemas sociais. A partir das reflexões contemporâneas que tratam o corpo como um texto ou um discurso, passando por Mikhail Bakhtin, Stefanie Wenner e Jacques Lacan, o presente artigo retorna a Empedocles e Plutarco para discutir os aspectos antropológicos e filosóficos, principalmente, das concepções que se vêm construindo sobre o corpo.

  6. 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.

  7. Burial and resurgence of projective identification in French psychoanalysis.

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    Widlöcher, Daniel

    2014-08-01

    Curiously enough, the concept of projective identification was ignored, and even rejected in France for at least two decades after the publication of the founding texts of Melanie Klein and Herbert Rosenfeld. This rejection was due to a critique from child psychoanalysts close to Anna Freud and also from the teaching of Lacan: the first took the real mother-child relation extensively into account, while the latter only saw the internal object as a signifier. The fact that during this period the countertransference was a concept reduced to its negative content no doubt explains this deliberate ignorance. With the dissemination of a broader and more positive conception of the countertransference, a renewal of interest could be observed in the 1980s with references to empathic listening and to the effects of thought-induction. Copyright © 2014 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

    2010-06-01

    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.

  10. Literature and its modality of love: a psychoanalytic approach

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    Ernesto Söhnle

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Psychoanalysis has always needed art, in special literature, but also, visual and scenic art to reveal what theory cannot see, by representing structures and procedures of psychical and social functioning. In these terms, Lacan will read this primordial love, which is the love of his own reflection, under the sign of Narcissus myth, as well as the transferential love, themed by Freud, will be calledunder the sign of Symposium, being as an assumption of knowledge, that knows nothing beyond Alcibiades´ desire for Agathon, or as the master´s speech, for assigning the love philia in place of the seductive agalma. The psychoanalysis will also address the tragic love from Antigone´s lesson, the one who gave even what she did not have, in name of human dignity. Whereas the love-passion comes under the heading bovarysme, romantic expression of a loving desire that, in frustration, will end up on melancholy, as a prelude to death. The comic love, on Molière´s sentence, will be the love that degrades the Other, so that the individual does not require the death of love. The love for thinking comes in terms of the one who loves the love itself, whose model will be the Provencal courtly love. At last, on Lacan, Beatrice´s love will illuminate Dante´s sublimation path towards the empty meaning of eternal love. For that, Lacan will remind us, in his homage to Marguerite Duras, that the artist will always precede the psychoanalyst on unknown paths, both in relation to knowledge and love…

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

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    Guillaume Métairie

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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...

  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. Award of merit: transportable remediation unit -Jacques Whitford Environment Limited -Toronto

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    A unique hybrid of remediation technologies was designed to deal with the problem of removing the gasoline and fuel-oil found in soils and groundwater as a result of spills or leakage at petroleum storage and dispensing facilities. Liquid petroleum hydrocarbons were found discharging into a creek in a residential and commercial neighborhood of Metropolitan Toronto. Numerous in-place soil and ground water remediation approaches were evaluated in the course of searching for a solution. A full-scale, transportable, in-situ bioslurping remediation unit was recommended. The unit was connected to 13 specially designed vertical bioslurping wells, and to a buried horizontal header network comprised of four separate zones that could be used to simultaneously extract and/or inject air and water flows. Cycling of various modes of operation was based on detailed monitoring and analysis, which allowed for optimal recovery and biological degradation of contaminants. After only four months of operation, over 4000 kg of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants had been removed and treated, and all of the mobile liquid hydrocarbons at the water table had been removed. Treatment cost was estimated at $100 to $120 per tonne of contaminated soil, but assuming that the unit could be used at more than one site, the net treatment cost would decrease to $20 to $30 per tonne. 1 ill

  14. A positive theory of privatization for developing countries: on Jean Jacques Laffont's last lectures

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    According to his posthumous book, Laffont (2005), suggests that when policy-makers in less developed countries have a private agenda, regulators risk to be corrupted, and ex post evaluation is costly, government privatization supply is a non linear (inverted U) function of a corruption index. Both benevolent and very corrupted governments may divest State Owned Enterprises for very different reasons. Governments with an intermediate degree of corruption may like privatization, but not always ...

  15. Sur le discours et l’histoire en foucault. Entretien avec Jacques Guilhaumou

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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. Jacques Derrida e la pratica dei fenomeni. Dialettica e temporalità dell’esercizio trascendentale

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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.

  17. Dekonstrukcja jako problem estetyki (na przykładzie dramatycznego dyskursu Jacques'a Derridy

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    Full Text Available In this article the Author shows that J. Derrida's discourse is of a dramatic character. The model which he adopts is the model of a drama. The vision of philosophy, literature and art is connected in Derrida with thinking, which in its basis is of theatrical character. The philosopher often reaches for the concepts connected with dialogue, agon, theatre, stage, drama recalls various theatrical conventions from Rousseau to Artaud. Deconstruction produces concepts which, acting in the text, provoke in it transformations, destructions and dislocations. Deconstruction means activity, is dynamic and dramatic, creates a peculiar scene referring to the metaphor of the theatre and directs the spectator's attention onto the artistic imagination which creates this scene. Questioning of thinking in binary categories, projecting dramatic modality which suspends frameworks, construction of a sphere between fiction and reality produces a specific epistemological matrix, which reduces the figure of an observer for the sake of a performing actor. Deconstruction suspends aesthetics based on the category of a masterpiece, develops a new aesthetics, the subject of reference of which is an event, constructs a performative aesthetics connected with the drama.

  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. Jacques Derrida's religion with/out religion and the im/possibility of religious education

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    Miedema, S.; Biesta, G.J.J.

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    This article aims at rethinking religious education from an engagement with Derrida's forms of reasoning and analyzing. In the first section Gert Biesta presents deconstruction and shows how we can find deconstruction in education. In the second section Siebren Miedema explores the religious horizon

  20. [Jacques Clarion (1776-1844), professor of l'Ecole de pharmacie de Paris].

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    Engaged in military campaigns from 1793 to 1797, he then studied medicine in Paris, as well as pharmacy, specialised in chemistry and botany. Supported by Deyeux and Corvisart, he was nominated as pharmacist of the emperor. From 1819 to 1844, he taught botany at the School of pharmacy of Paris. In 1823, the authority gave him a second chair for the medical botany at the Faculty of medicine, but after the 1830 revolution, he was dismissed. He mainly worked in taxonomy, contributing to several publications with Palisot and de Candolle for Graminaceae. He was a member of the academy of medicine.

  1. Esther Brandeau / Jacques La Fargue: Performing a Reading of an Eighteenth Century Multicrosser

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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

  2. 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.

  3. ANALISIS DEKONSTRUKSI TOKOH TAKESHI DAN MITSUSABURO DALAM NOVEL SILENT CRY KARYA KENZABURO OE PERSPEKTIF JACQUES DERRIDA

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    Abd. Ghofur

    2015-12-01

    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. RANCIÈRE, Jacques. Béla Tarr. O Tempo do Depois. Lisboa: Orfeu Negro, 2013.

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    Laísa Trojaike

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available O que determina o modo pelo qual uma obra deve ser interpretada? Não há tal coisa que possamos chamar de o método da interpretação ou da análise (embora muitos autores tenham, com algum sucesso, construído algo nesse sentido. Existem, por outro lado, formas de ler e traduzir filmes, livros, esculturas, músicas, enfim, arte. Tampouco há um limite para o trabalho crítico, que pode limitar-se a um detalhe mínimo ou pode tentar abarcar tanto a obra sobre a qual pretende debruçar-se quanto as relações que podem ser estabelecidas entre ela e outros objetos passíveis de conhecimento.

  5. Le Rider, Jacques: Fritz Mauthner. Scepticisme linguistique et modernité

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    Roč. 54, 1/2 (2013), s. 165 ISSN 0016-8912 Institutional support: RVO:68378068 Keywords : history of literature * modernity * 19th century * 20th century * Czech-German literature * Mauthner, Fritz Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  6. 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

    2008-06-01

    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.

  7. [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.

  8. 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; Santiago Mazzuca; Florencia Surmani

    2009-01-01

    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 bi...

  9. 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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    Pavón-Cuéllar, David

    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...

  10. The Lacanian Theory of Homosexuality and of the Family in Disorder

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    Manuel Asensi Pérez

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    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”.

  11. Lo saben, pero lo hacen: Slavoj žižek y la persistencia de la crítica de la ideología

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    Roggerone, Santiago M.

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    El propósito del presente artículo es delinear los contornos de la teoría crítica de la ideología que ha sido desarrollada por Slavoj Žižek. Si bien para ello se concederá atención a la totalidad del trabajo del autor, se hará foco especialmente en El sublime objeto de la ideología. Para alcanzar el objetivo trazado se procederá mediante tres pasos: primero que nada, será necesario esbozar las líneas principales de la lectura de la obra de Jacques Lacan que es llevada a término por Žižek (1);...

  12. The Logic of Sense – Deleuze’s introduction to psychoanalysis

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    Full Text Available Gilles Deleuze is well known as a philosopher who had a profound debatwith psychoanalysis. This debate cannot be reduced to a critic of psychoanalysisalone because the universe in which Deleuze thinks and writes is heterogeneousand plural. In Logic of Sense, Freud’s project, enriched by Melanie Klein or JacquesLacan, is to point a metaphysical potentiality in the concepts of psychoanalysis.Psychoanalysis is called a “science of events” to create a net of connections betweenvarious series of the psychoanalytical insights. In my paper, I have tried to showhow Deleuze determined the introduction to the debate with psychoanalysis. Thekey concept for his introduction is the notion of “phantasm” that is also rooted inthe philosophical tradition.

  13. Crítica de Libros.

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    Nicolás CAPARRÓS, Tiempo, temporalidad y Psicoanálisis, Madrid, Quipú, 1994. Consuelo Escudero. lean GARRABÉ, Diccionario taxonómico de psiquiatría, México, Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1993. José María Álvarez Jean GARRABÉ, Histoire de la schizophrénie, París, Seghers, 1992. Fernando Colina Emilio LLEDÓ, Días y libros. Pequeños artículos y otras notas, Valladolid, Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo, 1994. Rafael Serrano García Jacques LACAN, Le séminaire IV. La relation...

  14. THE NOTION OF TRAUMA IN PSYCHOANALYSIS

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    2009-01-01

    Este estudo analisa as contribuições de Sigmund Freud, Sándor Ferenczi e Jacques Lacan sobre o trauma em psicanálise, destacando as principais características de cada abordagem teórica. A concepção de trauma sofre mudanças nas diversas fases da construção teórica freudiana e suas diferentes acepções são discutidas desde a neurotica até a última teoria de angústia (Freud, 1926 [1925]), como também em Moisés e o monoteísmo (Freud, 1939 [1934-1938]). Em Ferenczi, há d...

  15. A Lacanian Reading of the Two Novels The Scarlet Letter And Private Memoirs And Confessions of A Justified Sinner

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    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.

  16. Clínica e linguagem ou o furo na prática

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    Marcus André Vieira

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available A partir da reunião de algumas premissas que definiriam a clínica e seguindo indicações do psicanalista Jacques Lacan, o artigo procura situar o campo de intervenção dos profissionais que lidam com a linguagem. Para tanto, assinalam-se os perigos da concepção dualista, afastando o risco de demarcar a intervenção destes profissionais como medida paliativa para os efeitos do que ocorreria no somático. Localizando o que não funciona sob o termo "furo", cuja articulação com a fala constituiria o campo da Psicanálise, utilizamos um fragmento clínico para demonstrar não sua (impossível eliminação, mas o trabalho que se pode visar tendo-o como norte.

  17. The role of fantasy in social media use

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    Hjøllund, Niels-Peder Osmundsen

    2015-01-01

    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...

  18. Autismo y constitución subjetiva

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    2015-01-01

    En el marco del proyecto "Las variedades del autismo: sistematización y evaluación de la demanda asistencial. Segunda Etapa" (2015/2016) de la Facultad de Psicología de la UNLP, se intentará indagar el concepto de constitución subjetiva en la obra de Jacques Lacan, en su relación con el autismo como categoría psicopatológica infantil. La investigación en curso parte de la problemática que supone la extensión del diagnóstico de autismo en los últimos años, situación que ha determinado el surgi...

  19. Da quase equivalência à necessidade de distinção: significante e letra na obra de Lacan

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    Suely Aires Pontes

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo propõe uma análise e uma reflexão sobre o percurso lacaniano de construção e diferenciação dos conceitos de significante e letra, de modo a apresentar as lógicas distintas que se articulam a esses conceitos.

  20. Clío, entre Freud y Lacan: El gesto psicoanalítico en Michel de Certeau

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    Andrés Freijomil

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available A partir de los años 1970, el historiador francés Michel de Certeau (1925-1986 comenzó a indagar la naturaleza epistemológica de la historiografía a partir de varios campos del saber. Uno de los más importantes ha sido, sin duda, el psicoanálisis. A lo largo de una serie de ensayos publicados en revistas como Annales, Action poétique o Lettres de l'École, de Certeau examinó el legado freudiano, discutió con el Foucault de Historia de la locura y la tradición antropológica de Géza Roheim. De tal modo, lejos de aplicar el psicoanálisis a la historia, de Certeau más bien propuso resituar sus espacios metodológicos a fin de "elucidar" la especificidad de cada disciplina

  1. 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.

  2. Lacanian Psychoanalytical Theories in Marsha Norman’s ‘Night, Mother

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    Alieyh Alsadat Jafari

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    Full Text Available Marsha Norman’s ‘Night, Mother (1983, is a great American play with psychological basis and it is considered as a feminist play. The present paper investigates it in the light of Jacques Lacan’s psychoanalytical theories which serve as a methodology in psychoanalytic criticism. Lacan knows the human psyche formed by the three interacting ‘orders’ of the Imaginary, Symbolic, and Real. He argues that the roles of ‘father’, ‘mother’, ‘Object petit a’, ‘Jouissance’, ‘the Name-of-the-Father’, ‘Big Other’ and ‘others’ are also significant in affecting one’s psyche. The characters of ‘Night, Mother are Lacanian ‘subjects’ whose lives have been embodiments of Lacan’s psychoanalytical theories, especially Jessie whose disorders, behaviors, reactions to the ‘others’, frustration, committing suicide, and death indicate that many familial, social and mental issues have affected her psyche, and they are crystalized by psychoanalytical theories of Lacan in this paper.

  3. ¿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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. ¿Cómo servirse de la teoría lacaniana sin dejar de ser marxista?

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    David Pavón-Cuéllar

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    Full Text Available Se partirá de una situación hipotética definida por tres supuestos: alguien es marxista y quiere seguir siéndolo, pero no desea privarse de los recursos teóricos ofrecidos por el psicoanalista francés Jacques Lacan, aun si considera que el empleo de estos recursos puede llegar a ser más perjudicial que beneficioso para su marxismo. En estas condiciones, ¿qué hacer para obtener los beneficios y conjurar los perjuicios? Para empezar, ¿cómo asir a Lacan para no soltar a Marx? ¿Cómo hacer para mantenernos fieles a nuestro compromiso militante con el marxismo al atravesar el tentador escepticismo lacaniano? ¿Cómo evitar que el cuestionamiento psicoanalítico erosione y debilite nuestro posicionamiento crítico revolucionario? Y más allá de esto, ¿podemos conseguir lo contrario? ¿Es posible afilar y revigorizar nuestro marxismo con la fuerza del psicoanálisis lacaniano?

  7. OBJETO TR(ANSICIONAL: UMA RELEITURA LACANIANA TR(ANSICIONAL OBJECT: A LACANIAN REREADING

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    Suely Aires

    2010-05-01

    subject - and indicates the Lacanian option of emphasize the dimension of language in a reading that focuses on Freud's theory and technique as a whole. In this context, Winnicott arises as an author that, proposing the concept of transitional object, allows Lacan's presentation of the distinction between the symbolic and imaginary records in relation to concepts of desire, demand and need while enabling the construction of a proper concept of object. One can consider that, in his formulations, Lacan does criticize the post-freudians for producing a deviation of the technique and doctrine of Freud in disregarding the subject's speech, favoring a practice of interpreting resistance. Winnicott is then greeted as a distinguished author, a post-Freudian psychoanalyst post that doesn't deviates from freudian's precepts and takes the clinic as its main support. The theoretical relations of approximation and distanciation between Lacan and Winnicott, allow us, in the body of this article, to problematize the bound between the concepts of object a and transitional object.    

  8. El cuerpo travesti como urdimbre neobarroca y como desecho en la novela Cobra (1972 de Severo Sarduy. // the transvestite body as a neo-baroque litter and weave in Severo Sarduy`s novel Cobra (1972.

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    Andrés Arteaga.

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    Full Text Available In the current work we will analyze the role of the transvestite body as litter and weave in Cuban writer Severo Sarduy's novel Cobra (1972. First, we will present a brief differentiation among Alejo Carpentier's, Lezama Lima’s, and Sarduy's baroque, from some conceptual elements given by Sarduy about the neo-baroque and the body in his essays La Simulación (1982, Escrito sobre un cuerpo (1968 and Barroco (1974. Subsequently, we will show how all along the novel the status of the main character’s body turns into a place of litter, from Jacques Lacan’s conceptualization about the letter (lettre as litter in the seminar Le Sinthome (1975. // En el presente trabajo analizaremos el lugar del cuerpo travesti como desecho y urdimbre en la novela Cobra (1972 del escritor cubano Severo Sarduy. En primer lugar haremos una breve diferenciación entre el barroco de Alejo Carpentier, Lezama Lima y el barroco de Sarduy a partir de algunos elementos conceptuales que da Sarduy sobre el neobarroco y el cuerpo en sus ensayos La Simulación (1982, Escrito sobre un cuerpo (1968 y Barroco (1974. Posteriormente mostraremos, a lo largo de la novela, cómo el estatus del cuerpo del personaje principal de la novela Cobra deviene un lugar de desecho, a partir de la conceptualización de Jacques Lacan sobre la letra (lettre como desecho (litter en el seminario Le Sinthome (1975.

  9. A participação do usuário na arquitetura e em intervenção urbana

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    Flávia Marcarine Arruda

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    Full Text Available Resumo Este artigo se concentra em discutir a especificidade e as consequências decorrentes da adoção de processos participativos na arquitetura e em intervenção urbana, os quais são entendidos aqui como as propostas que têm como ponto inicial a partilha das atividades da produção em arquitetura com o usuário. Busca-se saber se tais processos promovem, de fato, a produção de um espaço menos determinista em relação ao seu uso, a emancipação dos sujeitos e o estímulo ao sentimento de pertencimento. Com essa intenção, analisam-se, especificamente, as experiências das intervenções urbanas “O lixo não existe”, propostas pelo coletivo Basurama e realizadas em São Paulo no período de 2012-2014. Essa análise é fundamentada nas entrevistas feitas com um dos membros do coletivo e de uma participante. Para tanto, procede-se a um cruzamento entre a concepção de emancipação/dissenso de Jacques Rancière e da ética do bem-dizer da psicanálise de Jacques Lacan.

  10. Lo ominoso y la mirada, lo real en el hombre de arena. // The ominous and the look, the real in the "Sandman".

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    Felipe Galeano Arias.

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available To Freud, the references to literature were useful to illustrate some points and aspects of the theory he built from the clinic, proving it is literature which has something to teach psychoanalysis and not the other way round. Like this, and with Lacan’s teachings, we can restate it is the poet’s "well-saying" what, in his lyric poetry, in his saying, says, illustrates and explains that what psychoanalyst's words sometimes are not enough for. E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Sandman” is only an example, and the next writing, an attempt to understand from the reading of this story particularly. // A Freud las referencias a la literatura le sirvieron para ilustrar ciertos puntos y aspectos de la teoría que construyó a partir de la clínica, demostrando que es la literatura la que tiene algo que enseñar el psicoanálisis y no al revés. Así, y con la enseñanza de Lacan, podemos reafirmar que es el “bien-decir” del poeta el que en su lírica, en su decir, dice, ilustra y explica aquello para lo cual las palabras del psicoanalista a veces resultan cortas. El “Hombre de arena”, de E.T.A. Hoffmann es apenas un ejemplo, y el siguiente escrito un intento de desciframiento a partir de la lectura de este particular cuento.

  11. Aspiração por reconhecimento e educação do amor-próprio em Jean-Jacques Rousseau Aspiration for recognition and the education of self-love in Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    Claudio Almir Dalbosco

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available O artigo procura mostrar a existência de uma filosofia social no Segundo discurso de Rousseau, tomando a aspiração humana por reconhecimento como seu núcleo constitutivo. A investigação sobre a origem da desigualdade conduz o genebrino à interrogação acerca do próprio homem, descobrindo a liberdade e a perfectibilidade como forças (faculdades originárias de sua sociabilidade. Pela liberdade o homem chega à consciência de sua espiritualidade, ou seja, torna-se apto a ir além do mecanicismo causal imposto pela natureza, construindo o universo linguístico, simbólico e cultural. Pela perfectibilidade, o homem adquire a capacidade de tornar-se cada vez melhor e apto não só para lutar pela sua sobrevivência imediata, como também para aspirar ser reconhecido pelos demais. Em síntese, liberdade e perfectibilidade abrem-lhe as portas para a sociabilidade e permitem-lhe ingressar no universo cultural. Contudo, simultâneo ao processo de tornar-se um ser livre e capaz de se aperfeiçoar, o homem desenvolve a capacidade de sair fora de si mesmo, sentindo a necessidade da comparação permanente com os demais. Isso marca, do ponto de vista da constituição humana, a passagem do amor de si para o amor-próprio: enquanto o primeiro é representativo do estado natural e está baseado na piedade, o segundo caracteriza o homem civil e está marcado pela propensão do homem de querer ocupar uma posição superior em relação aos demais. Se tal propensão se tornar incontrolável, ela pode conduzir à destruição da sociabilidade. Daí a necessidade de sua regulação jurídica e política, acompanhada, previamente, por um processo de formação pedagógica e moral. Isso justifica então a necessidade de educação permanente do amor-próprio.The article seeks to demonstrate the existence of a social philosophy in Rousseau's Second discourse, which takes the human aspiration for recognition as its constitutive core. The investigation on the origin of inequality leads the Genevan to his questionings about men himself, discovering freedom and perfectibility as originary strengths (faculties of his sociability. Through freedom man arrives at the awareness of his spirituality, that is, becomes capable of going beyond the causal mechanicism imposed by nature, constructing the linguistic, symbolic and cultural universe. Through perfectibility man acquires the ability to become better and better, and ready not only to fight for his immediate survival, but to aspire to be recognized by the others. In summary, freedom and perfectibility open to him the doors to sociability, and allow him to enter the cultural universe. However, concomitantly to the process of becoming a free being, capable of perfecting itself, man develops the ability to step outside himself, feeling the need for constant comparison with the others. That heralds, from the point of view of the human constitution, the passage from the love of oneself (amour de soi to self-love (amour-propre: whilst the former is representative of the natural state and is based on piety, the latter characterizes the civilized man, and is marked by man's propensity to wish to occupy a higher position than the rest. If such propensity is not curtailed, it can lead to the destruction of sociability. Hence the need for its juridical and political regulation, anteceded by a process of moral and pedagogical formation. This then justifies the need for the permanent education of self-love.

  12. « Enfreindre le pacte ». Jacques Réda dans le périurbain “Violating the pact”. Jacques Réda in the periurban space

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    Filippo Zanghi

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available Empruntant aux géographes leur définition des espaces suburbain et périurbain, je me propose de mesurer, chez Réda, la part du géographique et d’interroger son amplitude paysagère. Si l’on peut, à bon droit, le considérer comme l’héritier de ceux, parmi les grands auteurs du XIXe siècle, qui ont fait entrer le paysage urbain en littérature, et s’il ne fait aucun doute que ce paysage urbain est encore agissant dans les relations d’escapades en ville ou dans sa banlieue proche, il semble bien que l’héritage soit exposé à ses limites quand on fait face à des gares qui ont éclos « en pleins champs » et à « des pavillons en matière rose de décor d’opérette » qui sont baptisées «Résidences de la Ferme – où le mot flatteusement vide abolit le sens de ce qu’il désignait ».Borrowing from geographers their definition of suburban and peri-urban spaces, I intend to evaluate the role of geographical elements in the writings of Réda, and to question the breadth of his landscapes. While one can quite rightly consider him an heir to the great 19th-century authors who introduced urban landscape into literature, and while this urban landscape continues to influence accounts of escapades into Paris or its near suburbs, it nonetheless appears that this heritage encounters its limits when faced with railway stations that have sprung up « in the middle of the open fields », and with « houses made from a pinkish opera stage-setting material » which are christened « Résidences de la Ferme – in which the flatteringly empty word abolishes the meaning of the reality of the object thus designated ».

  13. Jacques Cassini, James Gregory, Christiaan Huygens et leur déterminations de la distance entre Sirius et la Terre

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    Pedersen, Kurt Møller

    2001-01-01

    Artikler beretter om forskellige astronomers forsøg på at bestemme afstande til fiksstjernerne omkring år 1700. Der blev opnået konsus i 1730'erne om, at de nærmeste stjerner var ca. 400.000 gange længere borte fra Jorden end Solen....

  14. Urdimbre sobre la universidad en la mercantilización del saber: Paul Ricoeur, Jacques Derrida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos

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    Jorge Eliécer Martínez Posada

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    Full Text Available Este artículo emplea la metáfora de la urdimbre para destacar los elementos constitutivos sobre la universidad que han observado Ricoeur, Derrida y De Sousa Santos. Cada uno por separado hace valiosos aportes que, en conjunto, constituyen la posibilidad de comprender esta institución en sus condiciones actuales. Por último retoma algunas ideas sobre la universidad como productora de productores en la mercantilización de la educación superior y plantea una posible línea de fuga desde el devenir Niño ante las lógicas de medición actual neoliberal.

  15. Urdimbre sobre la universidad en la mercantilización del saber: Paul Ricoeur, Jacques Derrida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos

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    Este artículo emplea la metáfora de la urdimbre para destacar los elementos constitutivos sobre la universidad que han observado Ricoeur, Derrida y De Sousa Santos. Cada uno por separado hace valiosos aportes que, en conjunto, constituyen la posibilidad de comprender esta institución en sus condiciones actuales. Por último retoma algunas ideas sobre la universidad como productora de productores en la mercantilización de la educación superior y plantea una posible línea de fuga desde el deveni...

  16. JEAN-JACQUES EIGELDINGER, Chopin visto dai suoi allievi, a cura di Costantino Mastroprimiano, Roma, Astrolabio-Ubaldini, 2010

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    Antonio Rostagno

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    Full Text Available L’accurata raccolta e sistemazione di testimonianze scritte riguardanti Chopin, attuata da Eigeldinger, si rivela utile su entrambi i piani storico e didattico-pedagogico. Importante punto di riferimento per la didattica strumentale e per la didattica della musica in generale, il volume offre dettagliate e approfondite informazioni su aspetti peculiari del pensiero compositivo chopiniano.

  17. La política de las imágenes en Jacques Rancière

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    Someto hoy a discusión la crónica de mi particular recorrido fragmentario e inacabado por la obra de Rancière, que organizaré a partir algunas de las imágenes que, en mi opinión, juegan un papel importante en su argumenta ción. Espero que este álbum de imágenes y el discurso tramado a partir de ellas puedan ser de alguna utilidad para el debate acerca del sentido o el uso político de las imágenes y, más en general, para la discusión de las relaciones entre estética y po...

  18. INSISTÊNCIAS DEMOCRÁTICAS: ENTREVISTA COM MIGUEL ABENSOUR, JEAN-LUC NANCY & JACQUES RANCIÈRE

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    Vinícius Nicastro Honesko

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    Full Text Available Realizada por Stany Grelet, Jérôme Lèbre & Sophie Wahnich. Traduzida do francês por Vinícius Nicastro Honesko.NB: A entrevista foi originalmente publicada na revista Vacarme (n. 48, verão de 2009 e está disponível no endereço: http://www.vacarme.org/article1772.html.

  19. INSISTÊNCIAS DEMOCRÁTICAS: ENTREVISTA COM MIGUEL ABENSOUR, JEAN-LUC NANCY & JACQUES RANCIÈRE

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    Full Text Available Realizada por Stany Grelet, Jérôme Lèbre & Sophie Wahnich. Traduzida do francês por Vinícius Nicastro Honesko. NB: A entrevista foi originalmente publicada na revista Vacarme (n. 48, verão de 2009 e está disponível no endereço: http://www.vacarme.org/article1772.html.

  20. Mälestus Jacques Derridast (ei kustu) : tema 70. sünnipäevaks / Jaan Undusk

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    Muljeid J. Derrida loengust ja seminarist Helsingi ülikoolis (25.-26. mail 2000). Ilmunud ka: Vikerkaar 20 : valik esseesid 1986-2005 / koostaja Märt Väljataga. - Tallinn : Kultuurileht, 2006, lk. 331-347

  1. "Sailing in Paper Boats" Sexual Trauma, Psychosis, and a Critical Examination of the Freudian Metaphor in Antonia White's Autobiographical Fiction.

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    Newton, Marcia Anne

    2016-01-01

    This paper is part of a larger project on Catholic writer Antonia White’s series of autobiographical novels, Frost in May, The Lost Traveller, and The Sugar House, in which readers are presented with a Freudian Oedipal drama that reaches a dramatic climax in the last autobiographical novel in the series, Beyond the Glass, where the main protagonist spirals into psychosis. A central question addressed is whether or not White’s autobiographical fiction is an unconscious projection of sexual trauma from her own history. Psychoanalytically speaking, the answer depends upon whether one subscribes to Freudian or Ferenczian perspectives. The paper also addresses the question of whether White’s accounts of psychosis in her autobiographical fiction are real and meaningful descriptions of lived traumatic experiences. Jacques Lacan asserts that it is impossible to authenticate narratives of psychosis and for readers to draw any meaningful value from them because they lack a coherent transfer of metaphorical language from the unconscious to the conscious in the pursuit of truth of a lived experience. He uses Judge Daniel Paul Schreber’s Memoirs of My Nervous Illness to support his case, a text in which Schreber confesses to only being able to communicate his experiences in similes and metaphors; therefore, he claims his experiences cannot be understood. I argue that Lacan does not give due credit to Schreber’s attempts to grapple with spiritual and sexual preservation in the throes of delusion through the agency of his alter egos. These alter egos are the other “self,” a deluded self that offers, paradoxically, truth to emotional experience of a man’s ego in crisis. Schreber shares these pursuits with White’s alter egos in her autobiographical fiction, “The House of Clouds” and Beyond the Glass. In an analysis of White’s texts as recollections of her personal history, I highlight how White’s experiences shape her testimony in its raw portrayal of an

  2. The ego, the ocular, and the uncanny: why are metaphors of vision central in accounts of the uncanny?

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    Rahimi, Sadeq

    2013-06-01

    I am my own twin, Always with me, same as me, and always watching me! From interview with a psychotic patient Every man carries with him through life a mirror, as unique and impossible to get rid of as his shadow W.H. Auden, 1989, p.93 I cannot urge you too strongly to a meditation on optics. Jacques Lacan, 1991, p.76 This paper outlines the basic arguments for a reading of the notion of the uncanny that draws on direct and metaphorical significances of the ocular in the development of human ego. It is argued that a specular-oriented reading of the uncanny as made possible through Lacan's model for ego development introduces a significant analytic device capable of explaining diverse features of the uncanny experience that escaped the traditional phallic/castration-based reading. To examine this claim, evidence is presented from a number of contexts to demonstrate how uncanny experiences are typically constructed through and associated with themes and metaphors of vision, blindness, mirrors and other optical tropes. Evidence is also presented from a historical point of view to demonstrate the strong presence of ocular and specular themes, devices and associations in a tradition of literary and psychological writing out of which the notion of 'the uncanny' (including Freud's own formulation) emerged. It is demonstrated that the main instances of the uncanny, such as doppelgangers, ghosts, déjà vu, alter egos, self-alienations and split personhoods, phantoms, twins, living dolls and many more in the list of 'things of terror' typically share two important features: they are closely tied with visual tropes, and they are variations on the theme of doubling. It is then argued that both of these features are integrally associated with the developmental processes of ego formation and self-identity, thus explaining the strong association of the uncanny accounts and experiences with ocular and specular motifs and metaphors. Copyright © 2013 Institute of Psychoanalysis.

  3. ¿Qué es una mujer... para el psicoanálisis?(Desde la sexualidad femenina en Freud, hasta la posición femenina en Lacan

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    ARTURO DE LA PAVA OSSA

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    Full Text Available La teoría psicoanalítica sobre lo femenino ha tenido grandes tropiezos. Freud propuso un enfoque considerado machista por las corrientes feministas al promover la envidia del pene como condicionante de lo femenino. El hecho de que en el cuerpo femenino la

  4. Mal-estar, sofrimento e sintoma: releitura da diagnóstica lacaniana a partir do perspectivismo animista Discontent, suffering and symptom: a Lacanian diagnostic re-reading via animist perspectivism

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    Christian Ingo Lenz Dunker

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste artigo é apresentar a noção de forma de vida como conceito útil para a recontextualização da diagnóstica psicanalítica, decorrente dos trabalhos de Jacques Lacan, no quadro da metadiagnóstica da modernidade, desenvolvida pelas teorias sociais, especialmente as de extração crítica. Para justificar a utilidade clínica e crítica do conceito de forma de vida vamos realizar uma redescrição das oposições fundamentais da diagnóstica psicanalítica (falta e excesso, produção e improdução, determinação e indeterminação, consideradas, respectivamente, como derivativos da esfera do desejo, da linguagem e do trabalho. Para tanto, propomos uma homologia entre a psicopatologia psicanalítica e a noção de perspectivismo ameríndio, desenvolvida por Viveiros de Castro (2002, que adquire neste trabalho uma dupla finalidade: 1 responder a críticas dirigidas ao estruturalismo lacaniano em psicopatologia; e 2 justificar a distinção entre sintoma, sofrimento e mal-estar.The objective of this article is to explore the notion of life form as a useful concept for recontextualizing psychoanalytic diagnosis, as inspired by the works of Jacques Lacan, within the framework of the metadiagnosis of modernity developed by social theories, especially those of a critical inclination. To justify the clinical and critical utility of the concept of life form, the text embarks on a re-description of the fundamental oppositions of psychoanalytic diagnosis (lack and excess, production and non-production, determination and indetermination as derived from the spheres of desire, language and work respectively. This aim in mind, the text proposes a homology between psychoanalytic psychopathology and the notion of Amerindian perspectivism developed by Viveiros de Castro (2002, which assumes a double purpose in this work: (1 to respond to critiques of Lacanian structuralism in psychopathology; and (2 to justify the distinction between

  5. O diagnóstico de depressão Depression’s diagnosis

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    Maria Josefina Sota Fuentes Rodrigues

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available Investiga-se o tema da depressão desde o referencial teórico psicanalítico, na obra de Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan e de alguns de seus comentadores. O tema é inicialmente introduzido a partir da psiquiatria, campo desde onde o conceito de depressão, tal como é concebido na atualidade, veio surgir. São abordados, criticamente, o diagnóstico atual, a fragilidade da hereditariedade como hipótese etiológica principal, a insuficiência de "marcadores biológicos" e os limites da quimioterapia. Em seguida, o tema é abordado na psicanálise, onde se conclui que a depressão como categoria diagnóstica que responderia a uma causalidade única, não existe. Em contrapartida, nesse campo reconhecem-se, por um lado, a universalidade dos fenômenos depressivos, passíveis de manifestação em qualquer categoria nosográfica e, por outro, a melancolia como um quadro que se fundamenta não a partir da tristeza, mas de mecanismos psicóticos específicos.The subject of depression is researched based on the theoretical psychoanalysis. In Sigmund Freud’s, Jacques Lacan’s and some of their critics’ works, the subject is - in the beginning - introduced from psychiatry-field from which the concept of depression, as it is understood nowadays, was born. The current diagnosis, the fragility of inherited genes as the main cause-effect hypothesis, the lack of sufficient "biological labels" and the limits of therapy through chemical means, are all critically approached. Immediately, the subject is approached in psychoanalysis, in which it is concluded that depression, as a category-subject to be diagnosed and derived from a unique cause - does not exist. As a counterpart, in this field it is recognised that - if on the one hand the universality of depression phenomena apt to appear in any diagnostic category - on the other hand, melancholy as a pathology which was not born from sadness but from specific psychotic mechanisms, is also recognised.

  6. Psychoanalytic reality of prose

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    Todorović Milorad V.

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Scientific methods of a particular field of knowledge can not be freely applied to a different field without any adjustments or reservations. Openness to a different approach is detrimental here. According to Nothrop Frye, psychonalysis in literature tends to 'blur the lines between methods' (Frye 1979: 383 thus increasing openness. Therefore, the anxiety that exists between the theory of psychonalysis and the practice of psychoanalytic therapy will follow the application of psychoanalysis to other scientific fields. Solid grasp of the theory of psychoanalysis is incomplete without understanding its practical implementation in the domain of pain as its priviledged source of truth. Even Jacques Lacan emphasized this by distinguishing between understanding and knowing Jacques Derrida's psychoanalysis. The interdisciplinary activity, valued today as an important aspect of research, cannot be accomplished by simple confrontations between various specialized branches of knowledge. According to Roland Barthes, interdisciplinary work is not a peaceful operation: it begins effectively when the solidarity of the old disciplines breaks down to the benefit of a new object and a new language, neither of which is in the domain of those branches of knowledge that one calmly sought to confront (Barthes 1986b:181. Mirjana Lončar Vujnović proposes, following Barthes logic, to substitute the term psychoanalysis with the term 'experimental mysticism' (Lončar Vujnović 2014: 46. Her proposition has no semantic justification (and not only for its failed attempt at oxymoron let alone scientific. The exploration of the unconscious psyche which is unknown and irrational - designated under certain circumstances as the exploration of the mystical as a hidden, secret part of a man's soul - was scrutinized in psychoanalysis by employing a rigorous scientific method in reverence to the methods of the natural sciences. Furthermore, due to the nomothetic-ideographic and

  7. Em busca do referente, às voltas com a polissemia dos sonhos: a questão em Freud, Stuart Mill e Lacan In search of the referent, dealing with dream's polysemy: the question in Freud, Stuart Mill and Lacan

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    Ana Maria Loffredo

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available Este texto examina a influência do associacionismo nominalista de John Stuart Mill no pensamento freudiano e, dialogando estas concepções com as formulações da segunda tópica, delineia um ângulo possível de articulação das mesmas com a inovação lacaniana.This paper examines the influence of John Stuart Mill's associationism in Freudian thought. Stablishing a dialogue of these conceptions with death instinct's definition, it presents a possible point of view for their articulation with the Lacanian inovation.

  8. Saber lo que sabe el otro, saber qué sabe el otro: nota sobre la estructura del tiempo lógico en Lacan y en el acontecimiento didáctico/To know that the other knows, to know what the other knows: note on the structure of the logical time in Lacan and the didactic event

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    Mauricio Golfarini

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available La Teoría del Acontecimiento Didáctico (TAcDi toma elementos de la transposición didáctica de Chevallard, específicamente su noción de cronogénesis, y los reinterpreta a partir de la concepción de temporalidad del psicoanálisis lacaniano. De tal manera, la naturaleza compleja del tiempo lógico permite encontrar aspectos poco explorados en el despliegue temporal del fenómeno didáctico, como el papel de las escansiones o mociones suspendidas. En el presente trabajo se revisa algunos aspectos importantes del tiempo lógico en la TAcDi, a la vez que se plantea un modo adicional de concebir los estadios escansivos en su relación con el saber (supuesto saber del enseñante y el no-saber del enseñado dentro de la ficción didáctica. The Theory of Didactic Event takes elements from the didactic transposition of Chevallard, specifically its notion of chronogenesis, and re-interprets it from the conception of temporality of the lacanian psychoanalysis. In such way, the complex nature of the logical time allows to find unexplored aspects in the temporary unfolding of the didactic phenomenon like the role of the scansions or suspended motions. The present work reviews some important aspects of the logical time in the Theory of the Didactic Event, and simultaneously considers an additional way to conceive the scansive stages in their relation with the knowledge of the teacher and non-knowledge of the taught one within the didactic fiction.

  9. Metamorfoses nas vanguardas: entre o homem e o animal

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    Kelvin Falcão Klein

    2011-08-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho investiga a relação que se estabeleceu entre o homem e o animal no pensamento das vanguardas européias no início do século XX, principalmente o surrealismo, além de considerar uma parte de suas bases históricas e de suas sobrevivências na contemporaneidade. Partindo do caso de Édipo e da Esfinge, e das diferentes percepções críticas que gerou (desde Freud até Jacques Lacan e Giorgio Agamben, este trabalho reflete sobre as estratégias de afirmação do discurso da razão e da verdade na cultura ocidental, alcançando, com isso, o projeto de revistas de vanguarda como Acéphale e Minotaure. A categoria de metamorfose, na articulação com outros casos, é utilizada para considerar as implicações críticas do questionamento das fronteiras entre o homem e sua animalidade.

  10. Spectral—Fragile—(Unhomely: The Haunting Presence of Francesca Woodman in the House and Space2 Series

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    Anna Kisiel

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    Full Text Available In the House and Space2 photographic series, Francesca Woodman captures the environments that may be considered disruptive; still, it is a female model—in her inconstant poses, always partially blurred or hidden—that holds the viewer’s attention. The pictures therefore evoke a twofold sense of obscurity, since their unfriendly interiors are occupied by the uncanny, semi-absent yet ceaselessly present, dis-appearing woman, who turns out to be Woodman herself. Woodman’s spectral presence and the unhomely locations she haunts—being simultaneously the photographer and the object of her photographs—are examined in this article by means of Bracha L. Ettinger’s matrixial theory. Ettingerian psychoanalysis, juxtaposed with Roland Barthes, Sigmund Freud, and Jacques Lacan, provides the tools to challenge the dominant non-affirmative understanding of Woodman’s self-portraits as works of disappearing and failing subjectivity: an understanding whose obvious point of support is found in the artist’s biography. Instead, Ettinger’s system makes it possible to look at this oeuvre through the prisms of fragility, homeliness, and the potential emergence of blurry, ghostly subjectivity. Moreover, the article examines the ways in which Woodman resists the divisions imposed on her and the medium she uses (such as the Barthesian triad of Operator, Spectator, and Spectrum, and the dichotomies of me / the Other and subject / object.

  11. [Severe depression : psychoanalysis].

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    Bouvet de la Maisonneuve, O

    2009-12-01

    The indication for psychoanalysis in severe depression is not clear. And yet, demands for this type of intervention are increasing, despite the absence of any form of consensus on the subject. Freud considered depression as a failure of analytical efforts and, based on this observation, revised his theory, in particular to include the notions of narcissism and the death drive. Many analysts have been reluctant to follow his teachings on this last point and provide depressed patients with analytical-type therapies aimed at restoring narcissism. Melanie Klein pushed Freud's ideas about depression even further and brought such therapies back to the heart of analytical practice. Jacques Lacan took the debate to another level by proposing an overhaul of the principles on which analysis has been based. Today, while following certain precautionary rules, true psychoanalyses can be proposed to patients with severe depression, whether of the bipolar, recurring or even neurotic type that can reach this level of severity. Copyright 2009 L'Encéphale. Published by Elsevier Masson SAS.. All rights reserved.

  12. Ética corporal y sexuación: plasticidad y fluidez en el sujeto del postfeminismo

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    Isabel Balza

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-026X2011000100003 La posición sexual analizada por Jacques Lacan en su Seminario XX (1973 muestra laestructura de la heterosexualidad normativa: un orden binario de los cuerpos sexuados queasumen dos modos excluyentes de la sexualidad. Esta economía sexual se cifra en la ecuacióntener/ser el falo. Frente a esta ética corporal lacaniana, el pensamiento feminista ha planteadootras 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, yexaminar la crítica de Judith Butler con su falo lesbiano (Cuerpos que importan, de 1993. Butlerrompe la lógica binaria excluyente, abriendo la posibilidad a un cuerpo sexuado de ser y tenerel falo al mismo tiempo. Por último, analizaré la propuesta de los dildos que Beatriz Preciadoplantea en su Manifiesto contra-sexual (2002.

  13. Was ist eine Frau? Sexualität, Begehren und Einschreiben

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    Alejandra Barron

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available Da die menschliche Sexualität nicht natürlich ist, reichen anatomische oder biologische Argumente nicht, um sie aufzuklären. Freud entdeckte, dass der Geschlechtsunterschied durch den Signifikanten vermittelt wird, denn Triebe als solche ignorieren die Dichotomie Mann/Frau. Jacques Lacan greift diesen vernachlässigten Aspekt auf und hebt die Schicksale des Subjekts mit der Sprache durch seine Lehre als etwas Fundamentales hervor. In Anbetracht der Prämisse, dass «die Neurose wie eine Frage strukturiert» sei, drücken die komplexen symptomatischen Manifestationen der Hysterika ihren Versuch aus, sich in einen Diskurs einzuschreiben, der von der Unmöglichkeit, eine kategoriale Antwort auf das Rätsel der Weiblichkeit zu geben, geprägt ist. Deren Frage lautet also: Was ist eine Frau? Ein Signifikant ergibt nur Sinn in Verbindung zu einem anderen Signifikanten und daher werden wir alle den durch den Signifikanten vermittelten Sachen gegenüber unabänderlich entfremdet. Aus dieser Sichtweise heraus möchte ich mich mit der Frage der Heterosexualität auseinandersetzen.

  14. A psicanálise e os psicofármacos nas depressões

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    Urania Tourinho Peres

    Full Text Available Através de um breve histórico do surgimento e desenvolvimento dos antidepressivos, vamos chegar a um confronto entre as duas linhas de abordagem das depressões, consideradas como a “doença”, por excelência, do homem contemporâneo. A psicanálise tendo como ponto de partida a noção de conflito e a psiquiatria uma insuficiência biológica, um deficit de neurotransmissores. Assim, duas linhas de raciocínio se desenvolvem marcando distintas posições, uma privilegiando a subjetividade do paciente e a outra a procura de uma objetividade científica. Interrogamo-nos como a psicanálise deve situar-se frente a crescente medicalização da vida e os avanços da neurobiologia, e vamos apresentar um caminho teórico que nos é facilitado por Jacques Lacan marcando a distinção entre a transferência e a sugestão.

  15. A legenda dos genes e os leitores do cérebro

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    Miquel Bassol

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Entre psicanálise e cognitivismo, entre psicanálise e neurociências, não há ponto de interseção, são campo disjuntos, sem convergência nem objeto comum possível. Isso por uma razão simples que o leitor encontrará argumentada de várias formas, precisadas nas páginas que seguem: a psicanálise e o cognitivismo, assim como a psicanálise e as neurociências, frente a frente, tratam de reais distintos, radicalmente heterogêneos. O real próprio da psicanálise, esse real que Sigmund Freud abordou com o conceito de inconsciente e que Jacques Lacan escreveu com a letra do objeto a, esse real sem lei que não atende à probabilidade nem ao azar e que definimos, finalmente, como o impossível, como o que não deixa de não se escrever, é um real que não superpõe nem poderá localizar-se, jamais, no real objetivável das neurociências. Nesse real onde a ciência supõe um saber escrito, já constituído, a psicanálise lê a página em branco do sujeito do inconsciente.

  16. Interrelation between the Author and the Text in W. S. Burroughs’s Naked Lunch and Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club

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    Viktoria Grivina

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    Full Text Available Article adopts Jacques Lacan’s concept of the “mirror stage” to study the mechanisms of the way the Author’s identity evolves in W. Burroughs’s Naked Lunch and Ch. Palahniuk’s Fight Club. Evolution of the Author is set against general process of personal growth. The study is primarily concerned with features of the Author’s evolution within transgressive fiction, as Chuck Palahniuk and William Burroughs are the key figures of this genre. Transgression presupposes addressing social taboos by explicating them, thus creating strong reactions within the readership. We argue and find evidence that Burroughs and Palahniuk in the process of facing their perfect images of the Author digress from what Lacan would consider normal development. When they are given a chance to produce a unified body of text, the writers chose unconscious strive for fragmentation instead. Fragmented images invade Naked Lunch and Fight Club. However the mirror stage in the case of Palahniuk and in the case of Burroughs differ. While Burroughs in the myth of the Interzone ends up rejecting the notion of unique Author as such, Palahniuk accepts the fact that he managed to form a new niche for transgressive fiction and stays true to this niche, continuing similar aesthetics in the works that follow.

  17. From 'Hard' Neuro-Tools to 'Soft' Neuro-Toys? Refocussing the Neuro-Enhancement Debate.

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    Brenninkmeijer, Jonna; Zwart, Hub

    2017-01-01

    Since the 1990's, the debate concerning the ethical, legal and societal aspects of 'neuro-enhancement' has evolved into a massive discourse, both in the public realm and in the academic arena. This ethical debate, however, tends to repeat the same sets of arguments over and over again. Normative disagreements between transhumanists and bioconservatives on invasive or radical brain stimulators, and uncertainties regarding the use and effectivity of nootropic pharmaceuticals dominate the field. Building on the results of an extensive European project on responsible research and innovation in neuro-enhancement (NERRI), we observe and encourage that the debate is now entering a new and, as we will argue, more realistic and societally relevant stage. This new stage concerns those technologies that enter the market as ostensibly harmless contrivances that consumers may use for self-care or entertainment. We use the examples and arguments of participants in NERRI debates to describe three case studies of such purportedly innocent 'toys'. Based upon this empirical material, we argue that these 'soft' enhancement gadgets are situated somewhere in the boundary zone between the internal and the external, between the intimate and the intrusive, between the familiar and the unfamiliar, between the friendly and the scary and, in Foucauldian terms, between technologies of the self and technologies of control. Therefore, we describe their physiognomy with the help of a term borrowed from Jacques Lacan, namely as "extimate" technologies.

  18. Moral kantiana e ética da Psicanálise

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    Antonio Dalbone

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper deals with ethics according to a psychoanalytical perspective and aims at distinguishing the ethics of Psychoanalysis from Kant's morals. The problematic consists in circumscribing the dimension of desire, in opposition to universal imperatives that try to eliminate the personal determinations in the field of moral action. The procedure observes Jacques Lacan's approach, whose particular interpretation of Kant's morals, articulated to Sade's anti-morals, unveils common points between these two diametrically opposing conceptions in the sense that the latter would unveil the hidden truth of the former. It is verified that Kant's categorical imperative and Sade's anti-morals share formal aspects of the law, aspects which the Psychoanalysis consideration about ethics discloses when isolating the inherent jouissance to the moral action and the subjacent imperative to the libertine action. It is concluded then that Psychoanalysis ethics acknowledges both a dimension of the non-eliminable jouissance in the subject as well as the alterity that conditions the desire from the point of view of the unconscious, identifying law and desire.

  19. Moral kantiana e ética da Psicanálise

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    Antonio Dalbone

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper deals with ethics according to a psychoanalytical perspective and aims at distinguishing the ethics of Psychoanalysis from Kant's morals. The problematic consists in circumscribing the dimension of desire, in opposition to universal imperatives that try to eliminate the personal determinations in the field of moral action. The procedure observes Jacques Lacan's approach, whose particular interpretation of Kant's morals, articulated to Sade's anti-morals, unveils common points between these two diametrically opposing conceptions in the sense that the latter would unveil the hidden truth of the former. It is verified that Kant's categorical imperative and Sade's anti-morals share formal aspects of the law, aspects which the Psychoanalysis consideration about ethics discloses when isolating the inherent jouissance to the moral action and the subjacent imperative to the libertine action. It is concluded then that Psychoanalysis ethics acknowledges both a dimension of the non-eliminable jouissance in the subject as well as the alterity that conditions the desire from the point of view of the unconscious, identifying law and desire.

  20. Hannibal Lecter: Case study of a fictional character

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    Repišti Selman

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this study was to review the case of the imaginary character, Dr. Hannibal Lecter, based on content analysis of four books ('Hannibal', 'Hannibal Rising', 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Red Dragon', four films with the same title and two seasons of 13 episodes of the serial 'Hannibal'. In the first part, the analysis refers to the consideration of the aforementioned case, taking into account the following diagnostic classifications: DSM-IV, DSM-5 and ICD-10. Then, we offered a description of Dr. Lecter's personality through modern models of personality structure: Big Five Model, HEXACO Model, The Big Seven Model, Two-factor Model and One-factor Model. In particular, we address the interpretation of behavioral patterns of this fictional character from the perspective of classical psychodynamic theory, and through the prism of a theoretical point of Jacques Lacan. In addition, his behavior is explained by applying the postulates of cognitive-behavioral paradigm as well as evolutionary psychology. At the end of the paper are listed conclusions, created as a synthesis of previous interpretations, or an eclectic approach used in these analyses. In addition, there are featured disadvantages of this type of analysis, in the form of methodological limitations of qualitative research in one subject (case studies and problems of differential diagnosis in the case of a controversial character such as Dr. Hannibal Lecter.

  1. American Narcissus: Lacanian Reflections on DeLillo’s Americana

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    Graley Herren

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Don DeLillo’s first novel, 'Americana' (1971, is assembled from a toolkit of psychological tropes. Critics have long recognized the novel’s debts to (and parodies of Sigmund Freud, leading one critic to dub protagonist David Bell as “the American Oedipus.” The present article reconsiders the novel from the perspective of Jacques Lacan’s psychoanalytic theories. Several of Lacan’s key concepts—including his seminal articulation of the Mirror Stage, his revisions to Freud’s Oedipus Complex, his emphasis on lack as the engine of desire, as well as his reflections on dreams, fantasies, and the gaze—help shed new light on DeLillo’s splintered portrait of postmodern subjectivity in 'Americana'. The article uses Lacan to explain how and why each of David Bell’s attempts at indulging his incestuous maternal desires ends in disappointment, with particular emphasis on his three failed attempts at restaging the primal scene. Lacanian psychology provides a conceptual framework and useful taxonomy for understanding the shifting desires, misrecognitions, obfuscations, deflections, projections, and self-reflections of the American Narcissus, David Bell.

  2. Sobre o pai da criança atendida na escola e sua função

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    Sonia Alberti

    Full Text Available O pai da função paterna (conceitualizada por Jacques Lacan não é o mesmo ao qual educadores fazem apelo quando se queixam das condutas dos pais, de suas ausências ou atuações. No entanto, o fato de haver queixas quanto aos pais não deixa de apontar uma intuição da importância do pai na educação da criança.O texto visa verificar a relação dessa intuição, suas balizas históricas, com as contribuições da clínica psicanalítica, para articulá-la com a época atual e examiná-la à luz da função paterna determinada como conceito, conseqüência do complexo de Édipo em Freud. Por essa razão, esperamos poder contribuir na intersecção de duas áreas de atuação: a clínica e a escola, o que se justifica também pela nossa própria experiência com as questões lançadas.

  3. A historical perspective on the collaboration between psychoanalysis and neuroscience.

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    Sauvagnat, François; Wiss, Matthias; Clément, Sandra

    2010-12-01

    The aim of this article is to present and discuss the connections between psychoanalysis and neuroscience from a historical viewpoint. We start by examining how Sigmund Freud can be viewed as a pioneer in the interaction between these two fields. Freud was himself a neurologist and had maintained an interest in biology as he developed the key concepts of psychoanalysis. His ideas regarding psychosomatics are described. We will also explore how the concept of drive is essential to the connection between psychoanalysis and neuroscience. Then, we describe several key actors and historical events and characters at the interface of these two fields, namely Sándor Radó Lawrence S. Kubie and Mc Culloch, the debates that took place during the Macy conferences, as well as the positions of Jacques Lacan, George L. Engel, and Eric Kandel. Finally, we present a synthesis of the main fields in which the connections between psychoanalysis and neuroscience are already fruitful, and those where they should be developed: the classification of mental diseases, the link between the scientific and psychic dimensions, therapeutics, the organization of the body, intersubjectivity, the subjective division and ambivalence, as well as transferential effects like such as the placebo and nocebo effects. In the conclusion, we advocate several strategic alliances and underscore the complementarity between rigorous scientific experimentation and the individualized psychoanalytic approach. Copyright © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  4. Dealing with Don Juan’s Legacy: Rebellion and Inheritance in Lídia Jorge’s O vale da paixão

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    Sebastian Patron Saade

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available This article analyzes how Lídia Jorge’s nameless woman narrator in O vale da paixão reconstructs through a story of resistance the legacy of her donjuanesque father/uncle. Dealing with the father’s legacy becomes a priority for a narrator who wishes both to affirm her feminine identity and appropriate her father’s memory. However, remembrance is not devoid of perils. To rescue her father’s life from slander, the narrator must find ways to reinterpret the myth of the rebellious, globetrotter womanizer he impersonates in the traditional patriarchal unit. Using Jacques Lacan writings on drives and Alenka Zupančič’s reading of Don Juan, I will show how Lídia Jorge’s narrative rewriting of the myth of Don Juan disrupts the patriarchal system of values from which it draws its strength.This article is published under a CC-BY license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

  5. La imagen del deseo. Análisis psicosocial de las representaciones imaginarias en el spot publicitario

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    Andrés Almagro González

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available This doctoral thesis aims to analyze from a psychosocial perspective social imaginary in the Spanish television spot broadcast during the months of February, March, April and May of 2007. To accomplish our objectives we have used the theoretical and methodological tools that we were more related to the nature of our object of study: the semiotics of the image and Lacanian psychoanalysis. We also took into account the complexity intrinsic to the object of study required us to some extent, to restrict the analysis to our initial theoretical approach, trying not to put aside the analytical richness that is inherent. For this last thing that has chosen to follow a methodology both quantitative and qualitative classification and analysis of spot advertising contained in the database research. On the quantitative dimension, we have been classified the 1503 television spot, reducing it to an empirical corpus of 17 ads. Once the choice of empirical material to analyze, we have proceeded to its analysis with a methodology both semiological and psychoanalytic perspectives. As a result we have obtained the finding of the use of imaginary representations as distinctive discursive strategy of audiovisual advertising text, thus marking the importance that the imagos, described by Jacques Lacan in the middle of last century, have in the development and dissemination of texts audiovisual commercial.

  6. Cine club

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    Wednesday 24 June 2015 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Habemus Papam Directed by Nanni Moretti Italy / France, 2011, 102 minutes   At the Vatican, following the demise of the Pope, the conclave electing his successor settles on Cardinal Melville. But the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square wait in vain for the new Pope to step out on the balcony. What is going on? Behind the thick walls of the Vatican panic has set in. After uttering a terrible howl of fear, the Cardinal refuses the office. The officials do everything to try to reason with Melville, including a psychoanalyst, appointed by the Vatican... Do we really have a Pope? Original version Italian; English subtitles   Wednesday 1st July 2015 at 20:00 CERN Council Chamber Léa An angel in my house Directed by Jacques-Hervé Fichet France, 2014, 100 minutes   A ruthless scientist, Cal Zimmerman, is being interrogated about an experiment that he performed two years ago. During the sa...

  7. Educação em Jean-Jacques Rousseau : a tensão criadora entre o amour de soi même e o amour propre

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    2014-01-01

    O trabalho de pesquisa se situa em diagnosticar o núcleo germinativo da crítica rousseauniana à sociedade e à cultura de sua época, evidenciando, ao mesmo tempo, o entendimento da tese do autor referente ao "homem natural" e ao "homem social". Rousseau persegue esta crítica orientando-se, especialmente, por uma problemática educacional. Nesse sentido, a análise de algumas passagens do Émile, em especial do livro IV, será de grande importância ao trabalho, já que a referida obra é o marco fund...

  8. Perversa segunda piel. Ética, estética y política en el vestido según Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    2010-01-01

    Rousseau’s influence on Western culture in the second half of the eighteenth century was particularly important because the ability to translate his generic philosophical concepts to specific areas of everyday life. A prime plot in which he did was to design clothes, where he refused the luxury and fashion in the name of a rustic aesthetic. This rustic aesthetic was the manifestation of a social and political change. The society constantly hinders us, especially when it says us how we must dr...

  9. De la deconstrucción del signo lingüístico a la escritura como huella en Jacques Derrida

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    2010-01-01

    Este trabajo se compone de dos capítulos: El primero titulado: La deconstrucción del signo lingüístico y el segundo: La escritura como huella, cada capítulo esta compuesto de subtemas para una mayor comprensión del texto.En el primero, se muestran algunos rasgos de la estrategia deconstructiva que plantea Derrida a la metafísica de la escritura fonética que dirigió etnocentrismo y el fonocentrismo de la época y es tratado en tres subtemas: 1): La escritura fonética y el pensamiento metafísico...

  10. Czesław Miłosz’s ’Dar’(’Gift’ in the light of Jacques Derrida’s philosophy of gift

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    Tomasz Umerle

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this text is to present an attempt at the deconstructionist interpretation of Czesław Miłosz’s verse ‘Dar’ (‘Gift’. On the one hand, this paper emphasizes the moment of ‘dissemination’ of the literary work – the space between the title and ‘the rest’ of the text (which appeals more to the American deconstructionism is seen as both a connection and an irreducible gap. On the other hand, this ‘dissemination’ is understood in terms offered by J. Derrida’s philosophy of gift. Miłosz used a word ‘gift’ in the title, but in the ‘textual corpus’ he made this donation ‘imperceptible’. This observation enables the Author to interpret Miłosz’s poem in the context of Derrida’s discourse of (impossibility of gift. Consequently the title will be understood here as a gift to the text (the gift of meaning to the experience described there, but at the same time this gift/title will be seen as irreducibly separated from the ‘rest’ of the text, because of the relation between the title and the ‘textual corpus’.

  11. Jean-Jacques Rousseau y Karl Marx: estudio comparativo de dos críticas a la economía de mercado

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo hace una comparación de las teorías monetarias de dos grandes críticos de la economía de mercado: Rousseau y Marx. Muestra sus similitudes y divergencias; entre éstas la más importante es el lugar del análisis económico en sus proyectos intelectuales y políticos. Mientras que Marx fundó su crítica político-científica en el análisis económico, Rousseau pensaba que el análisis económico no podía ser la base para entender la organización social. Sus teorías monetarias pueden explicar esta divergencia.

  12. The pedagogical emancipation of Jacques Rancière and the theater of the oppressed as a re-distribution of the sensible

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    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to demonstrate how Jaques Rancière’s pedagogical theory, intellectual emancipation, esthetics and politics as used as a basis to understand the Theater of the Oppressed as a form of re-distribution of the sensible inside contemporary society. The Theater of the Oppressed practices, able to provide social and political emancipation with esthetical resources, can renew the ways of sensible appropriation, as well as the snip of this appropriation. The “intelligentsia equality” assumption, allied to several mechanisms that can give the oppressed people the artistic means of production, will be exposed here as a voice capable of answering the contemporary challenges of political emancipation. This article has the intention to articulate an interdisciplinary perspective, because it works with conceptions from politics, philosophy, theater and education.

  13. Pierre Bourdieu and Jacques Rancière on art/aesthetics and politics: the origins of disagreement, 1963-1985.

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    2015-12-01

    Rancière published two substantial criticisms of the work of Bourdieu in the early 1980s. It is possible that these were provoked by his sense that he needed to oppose what he considered to be the sociological reduction of aesthetic taste offered by Bourdieu in Distinction (Bourdieu 1986 [1979]) at precisely the moment when he (Rancière) was beginning to articulate his commitment to the potential of aesthetic expression as a mode of political resistance. Except in so far as it draws upon some of the retrospective reflections offered by Rancière in his introductions to the re-issues of his early texts, this paper examines the parallel development of the thinking of the two men up to the mid-1980s--but not beyond. The discussion is situated socio-historically and, by definition, does not seek to offer comparatively any transhistorical assessment of the values of the positions adopted by the two men. I argue that Rancière misrepresented the character of Bourdieu's sociological work by failing to recognize the underlying phenomenological orientation of his thinking. Bourdieu suppressed this orientation in the 1960s but, after the May events of 1968, it enabled him to expose the extent to which the practices of both science and art operate within constructed 'fields' in strategic distinction from popular primary experience. The challenge is to introduce an ongoing dialogue between primary and constructed cultures rather than to suppose that either social science or art possesses intrinsic autonomy. © London School of Economics and Political Science 2015.

  14. The costs and benefits of smoke alarms in Canadian houses: report for Jacques Rousseau, Project Implementation Division, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

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    Hansen, A. T; Platts, R. E

    1990-01-01

    The study was intended to establish the effectiveness of smoke alarms, evaluate the costs and benefits of extending their use to houses that do not currently have them, and consider ways of improving...

  15. Más acá de lo sublime. Aproximación a la idea de estética en Jacques Rancière

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    Full Text Available El artículo pretende realizar una presentación de la idea de estética que Rancière propone, a través de una serie de conceptos como ‘régimen estético’, ‘estética primera’ o ‘reparto de lo sensible’. En este sentido, el artículo sostiene que en dicho léxico se juega una idea particular de la estética y del quehacer artístico

  16. Die ReNEUAL Model Rules 2014: Ein Verwaltungsverfahrensrecht für Europa / Jens-Peter Schneider, Herwig C. H. Hofmann, Jacques Ziller

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    1. septembril 2014 avaldas Euroopa Liidu haldusõiguse uurimisvõrgustik (ReNEUAL) ELi halduskorra näidiseeskirjad mis aitavad ELi institutsioonidel toimida ausalt, läbipaistvalt, tõhusalt ja avatult

  17. That perverse second skin: ethics, aesthetics and politics in dress according to Jean-Jacques Rousseau Perversa segunda piel. Ética, estética y política en el vestido según Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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    2012-01-01

    Rousseau’s influence on Western culture in the second half of the eighteenth century was particularly important because the ability to translate his generic philosophical concepts to specific areas of everyday life. A prime plot in which he did was to design clothes, where he refused the luxury and fashion in the name of a rustic aesthetic. This rustic aesthetic was the manifestation of a social and political change. The society constantly hinders us, especially when it says us how we must dr...

  18. Other programmatic agencies in the metropolis: a machinic approach to urban reterritorialization processes

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    Igor Guatelli

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    Full Text Available What if the strength of the architectural object were associated with program and spatial strategies engendered at the service of “habitability” and future sociabilities rather than with the building of monumental architectural gadgets and optical events in the landscape? Based on the Deleuzean (from the philosopher Gilles Deleuze machinic phylum as well as concepts associated with it such as “bonding” and “agency,” using the Lacanian approach (from the psychiatrist Jacques Lacan to the gadget concept and the Derridian concept (from the philosopher Jacques Derrida of “supplement,” this article discusses a shift of the most current senses and representations of contemporary urban architectural design historically associated with the notable (meaning the wish to be noticed formal and composite materialization of the artistic object at the service of programmed sociabilities towards nother conceptualization. The building of architectural supports from residual (according to Deleuze, the possibility of producing other wishes, far from the dominant capitalist logic, lies in residues in the residual flows produced by the capital itself programmatic and spatial agencies emerges as a critical path to the categorical imperative of the generalizing global logic. It is a logic based on non-territorial landscapes and centered on investments in the composite view and intentional spatial and programmatic imprisonments in familiar formulae originating from domesticated and standardized prêt-à-utiliser thinking. To think about other architectural spatial and programmatic agencies originating from residues and flows that simultaneously rise from and escape the global logic is to bet on the chance of non-programmed sociabilities taking place. Ceasing to think about architecture as a formal object in its artistic and paradigmatic dimension would mean to conceive it as an urban syntagmatic machine of [de]constructive power

  19. Amor y política.

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    Hernando Bernal.

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo pretende hacer una serie de consideraciones que apuntan sobre todo a extraer una definición de lo que es «la política» para el psicoanálisis a partir de una observación que hace Jacques Alain Miller en su texto Lógicas de la vida amorosa sobre cómo Freud introduce una «teoría política» a partir de su texto Psicología de las masas y análisis del yo.En dicho texto Freud hace ver el poder ordenador y apaciguador del amor significante amo en la medida en que una masa no es más que el amor uniendo a muchas personas y reiterado en cada una de ellas. Las fuerzas armadas y la Iglesia son un buen ejemplo de ello.Pero a pesar de la cohesión amorosa de la humanidad por el poder unificante del amor, resta siempre un malestar. El malestar que persiste en la cultura testimonia del fracaso del amor para resolver el empuje del hombre a satisfacerse con el mal. El significante amo no parece entonces solucionar la paradoja del goce. De aquí que preguntarse sobre adónde vaya el goce en el orden social sea también, para el psicoanálisis, una cuestión política. Jacques- Alain Miller observa, en su texto Lógicas de la vida amorosa, cómo, a partir de la Psicología de las masas y análisis del yo, se puede extraer de Freud una «teoría política», que se vincula muy estrechamente con el amor. Esto porque La Psicología de las masas... enseña sobre el poder ordenador y apaciguador del amor, o mejor, del significante «amor» como significante Amo, lo que se puede escribir de la siguiente manera con ayuda de la «teoría de los discursos» o «teoría del vínculo social» de Lacan.

  20. El proceso diagnóstico en psicoanálisis The diagnosis process in psychoanalysis

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    Santiago Thompson

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo intenta delimitar y desarrollar las características del proceso diagnóstico psicoanalítico. En esta vía, se distinguen el diagnóstico médico y el psicoanalítico, y al diagnóstico psicoanalítico como resultado y como proceso. A continuación se describen los estados iniciales y pasajes que tal proceso supone, señalando los indicadores de los distintos tipos clínicos (neurosis, psicosis, perversión que implican las diversas presentaciones. En este marco se delimita el lugar del motivo de consulta en tal proceso, se establecen diferencias y relaciones entre la ocasión de la consulta y la ocasión de enfermar y se explicitan los pasajes propios del campo transferencial. A continuación se delimitan las relaciones del síntoma, (cuya puesta en forma en el vínculo transferencial se propone como uno de los resultados del proceso diagnóstico psicoanalítico, al saber en los distintos tipos clínicos, así como las presentaciones subjetivas iniciales respecto del saber de las que se derivan tales relaciones. Finalmente se complementa la diferenciación entre diagnóstico como proceso y como resultado tomando como parámetro los efectos que uno y otro tienen sobre el analista y el analizante. Todo el desarrollo se sostiene teóricamente en un enfoque delimitado por trabajos de Sigmund Freud y Jacques Lacan.The present study tries to delimit and develop the characteristics of the psychoanalytical diagnosis process. In this way, the medical diagnosis and the psychoanalytical one are distinguished, portraying the psychoanalytical diagnosis as a result as well as a process. Subsequently, the initial stages and passages that are involved in such process are described , pointing out the indicators of the different clinical types (neurosis, psychosis, perversion that appear in the various presentations. In this framework, the role of the motive for consulting in such process is delimited, the differences and relationships

  1. POESIA & LOUCURA

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    Sébastien Joachim

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  2. Harry Potter e o sujeito da pós-modernidade

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    Full Text Available O presente artigo, uma reflexão crítica sobre o sujeito da contemporaneidade a partir de um de seus produtos - a literatura, especificamente a saga de Harry Potter - parte de quatro premissas básicas ligadas à teoria psicanalítica. As duas primeiras ligam-se aos estudos de Bruno Bettelheim acerca dos contos de fadas, e mostram as possibilidades de identificação do sujeito com as histórias infantis bem como a necessidade e pertinência do acesso à fantasia no mundo anímico da criança. A terceira toma de empréstimo a uma analista junguiana - Marie Louise von Franz - a noção de que as histórias podem funcionar como compensação de algo que está faltando aos sujeitos ou a uma época. A quarta premissa traz a marca da releitura freudiana feita por Jacques Lacan acerca da carência paterna no mundo contemporâneo, que se manifesta - entre outras possibilidades - na dissolução de traços nítidos de demarcação entre gerações e no afrouxamento do ato educativo. Procuramos questionar, neste artigo, partindo desses pressupostos, como a saga de Harry Potter pode sustentar novos traços identitários a partir de novas condições de subjetivação.

  3. المرجعية الفلسفية للسرد

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    Full Text Available After studying the philosophical reference listed it became clear that the linguistic impact (Ferdinand Saussure in Tnaiyate (language / speech (signifier / signified (synchronization / sequencers and the coming of the (Roman Jakobson in the composition and functions of the language (reference, susceptibilities, Alavhammeh, Alantbahah, Almaoralgoah , poetic in the maturity of the sender, addressee concepts, code, message, context, etc., it has been associated with the impact of anthropological studies (for Strauss and his statements that the language is the crossing point for the thought of society and its culture and its history and it is a tribal concepts continent in the human mind and his views with (PRWEB in the analysis of myths and stories superstitious in connecting the narrative of the lesson from the impact and influenced by the ideas and dimensions of society, morals, and are linked to them (Jacques Lacan and his studies in psychology and his views with Freud that the language expressing the unconscious side of bitumen in the human mind went lesson narrative to express their ideas and desires, and imagination of the individual self and society Assembly, and then accompanied them fourth axis which is the impact of Marxist thought and his statements in being the absolute truth and is an interview trilogy (god, ego, infrastructure, and that the mind is in control of the world's Fidel (the death of God, human Ripper .. the power of the group and Superman thus the expression of the author's death and control structure of the text from the inside, and this gives the narrative of the sacred aspect of the expression and delivery of messages to the outside of the text done and focus on Functional dimension orderly, coherent with the features of reality as seen Todorov.

  4. Los mitos y su función en la cultura

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    Full Text Available En casi todas las religiones, los dioses, seres primigenios y creadores de la naturaleza, son los responsables de que exista la cultura humana. A veces los mitos explican el surgimiento de la cultura como forma de trascender lo natural, en este caso son las acciones prodigiosas de los dioses las que la hacen surgir. Pero muchas veces la discontinuidad entre naturaleza y cultura es fruto de un pecado o la ruptura de una prohibición por parte de dioses o de la humanidad, como en la expulsión del ser humano del paraíso en la Biblia, o del origen del nacimiento y la muerte en el mito fundacional de Japón. Así, y siguiendo el pensamiento de Lévi-Strauss, la cultura viene a cubrir una falta en la naturaleza y a asumir el orden humano por sobre lo que la naturaleza deja al azar, y es nuestra hipótesis que la función de los mitos es explicar esa falta, así como ejecutar una operación lógica que recupere ese tiempo perdido que, según Lévi-Strauss, no existe en un sentido histórico: el origen de la humanidad. También vamos a esbozar (apoyándonos en la obra de Jacques Lacan la idea de que existe además una función psicológica de los mitos, al explicar la castración en el Otro y preservar, en la misma operación, la estructura como una totalidad completa

  5. Intimidad y «extimidad» en las redes sociales. Las demarcaciones éticas de Facebook

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    Lucía Tello Díaz

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo analiza cómo ciertas herramientas de Facebook, modelo de las nuevas tecnologías de la información, han derivado en la vulneración de algunos planteamientos éticos vigentes hasta el momento. Este paradigma comunicativo que encuentra su máxima expresión en las redes sociales y la tecnología 2.0, implica un replanteamiento de los principios de la ética informativa relativos a la salvaguarda de la intimidad, la protección de la vida privada y el resguardo de la propia imagen. Esta investigación estudia cómo estas áreas no solo se ven afectadas por los cambios tecnológicos y la propia naturaleza de la fuente informativa, sino por la confianza y desconocimiento de los usuarios, quienes dan primacía a la comunicación por encima de la intimidad. Este fenómeno denominado «extimidad» por Jacques Lacan, se traduce como la intimidad hecha pública a través de las nuevas redes de comunicación o intimidad expuesta. En nuestro análisis expondremos los resortes a través de los cuales se quebranta nuestra privacidad en Facebook, especialmente por medio de la captación de pautas de comportamiento, el empleo de datos derivados de los perfiles, los cambios en la política de privacidad y el reconocimiento facial, avalando su transgresión con documentación derivada de investigaciones realizadas por organismos internacionales. En resumen, analizar la vulneración de la intimidad en las redes sociales y entender qué medidas pueden implementarse para defender nuestros derechos son el objetivo de esta comunicación.

  6. Que destino dar à mensagem recebida? apontamentos sobre a questão da transmissão na psicanálise

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    Ana Laura Prates

    2004-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo apresenta a especificidade do conceito de transmissão na Psicanálise, sobretudo a partir da proposição de Jacques Lacan segundo a qual "o inconsciente é estruturado como uma linguagem". Desenvolve a idéia apresentada por esse autor, nos anos cinqüenta, de que a constituição subjetiva humana resulta de uma experiência de transmissão da lei simbólica através da mediação paterna, o que se desdobrará nos conceitos de Metáfora paterna e Nome-do-Pai. Analisa as conseqüências teórico-clínicas promovidas pelo conceito de objeto a para a questão da transmissão, sobretudo no que diz respeito ao gozo fora da linguagem e à montagem fantasmática. Aponta ainda para o avanço significativo que O Seminário - O Avesso da Psicanálise oferece no que se refere àquilo que se transmite para além do simbólico, a partir da articulação da noção conceitual de discurso sem palavras e da impotência do saber em abarcar toda a verdade. Finalmente, propõe que a idéia de "potência de criação" substitui aquela de "pai potente" dos anos cinqüenta, revelando desdobramentos clínicos para o debate sobre o final de uma análise

  7. Approche psychanalytique de la psychose : structure, logique, clinique, éthique

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    2011-01-01

    For Freud and Lacan psychosis is not a deficiency. Nowadays, Schreber’s text still remains an unequalled paradigmatic treatise. For Freud, paranoid delirium is an attempt at recovery, and for Lacan it is an attempt to analyze severe logic. The thorny question of psychotic transference still remains. Freud does not believe that a psychotic patient is capable of analytical transference. Lacan thinks that at the beginning, the transference is likely to provoke a trigged of, furthermore the psych...

  8. Un capítulo de lexicografía hispánica. En torno al vocabulario bilingüe francés-español de Jacques Ledel

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    Dolores Azorín Fernández

    1985-06-01

    Full Text Available De entre las distintas parcelas que conforman el panoramade la historia de la filología hispánica, el desarrollo de la actividadlexicográfica reviste una especial importancia y brillantez. Desdela aparición en 1492 del Vocabulario Latino-Español de Nebrija hasta el Diccionario de Autoridades de la Real AcademiaEspañola, la lexicografía española cuenta en su haber con una impotante nómina de autores y de obras que, desde hace tiempo,reclaman la atención del especialista.

  9. Effects of nitrate and phosphate availabilities on growth, photosynthesis and pigment and protein contents in colour strains of Hypnea musciformis (Wulfen in Jacqu. J.V. Lamour. (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta

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    Aline P. Martins

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available In Brazil, Hypnea musciformis is the main raw material for carrageenan production and the knowledge of nitrogen and phosphorus metabolism in algae is critical for the success of cultivation because these elements can limit seaweed productivity. Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of nitrate (zero to 100 μM and nitrate plus phosphate (zero to 25 μM availabilities on the growth, the contents of photosynthetic pigments (phycobiliproteins and chlorophyll a and proteins, and the photosynthesis and respiration of the brown (BR and light green (LG strains of H. musciformis. The results revealed metabolic differences between the colour strains of H. musciformis for nitrogen metabolism: upon nitrate addition, the LG strain stored nitrogen mainly as proteins, while the BR strain stored it as proteins and pigments. Moreover, the respiration of the LG strain and the photosynthesis of the BR strain increased with nitrate concentrations, indicating that the BR strain fixed more photosynthetic carbon than the LG strain.

  10. Effects of nitrate and phosphate availabilities on growth, photosynthesis and pigment and protein contents in colour strains of Hypnea musciformis (Wulfen in Jacqu. J.V. Lamour. (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta

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    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available In Brazil, Hypnea musciformis is the main raw material for carrageenan production and the knowledge of nitrogen and phosphorus metabolism in algae is critical for the success of cultivation because these elements can limit seaweed productivity. Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of nitrate (zero to 100 μM and nitrate plus phosphate (zero to 25 μM availabilities on the growth, the contents of photosynthetic pigments (phycobiliproteins and chlorophyll a and proteins, and the photosynthesis and respiration of the brown (BR and light green (LG strains of H. musciformis. The results revealed metabolic differences between the colour strains of H. musciformis for nitrogen metabolism: upon nitrate addition, the LG strain stored nitrogen mainly as proteins, while the BR strain stored it as proteins and pigments. Moreover, the respiration of the LG strain and the photosynthesis of the BR strain increased with nitrate concentrations, indicating that the BR strain fixed more photosynthetic carbon than the LG strain.

  11. Editorial 3/2015: Handeln mit Symbolen

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    Full Text Available Die paradigmatische Unterscheidung zwischen Sozial- und Kulturwissenschaften, die spätestens seit den 1980er Jahren eingehend diskutiert wurde, lässt sich anhand des Bereichs des Symbolischen auf den Punkt bringen: Ist das Symbolische nur ein Effekt von sozialen, ökonomischen oder medialen Strukturen einer gegebenen Gesellschaft oder reproduzieren sich Strukturen nur durch die symbolischen Handlungen der AkteurInnen innerhalb einer gegebenen Kultur? So hatte etwa der klassische "harte" Strukturalismus bei Claude Lévi-Strauss, Jacques Lacan und dem frühen Michel Foucault symbolische Ordnungen (und d. i. hier die Sprache als eine unbewusst determinierende Voraussetzung von menschlicher Interaktion begriffen, woraufhin mit dem Post- bzw. Neostrukturalismus die Rückkehr der individuellen Äußerung, der parole, des speech acts (und d. i. hier das Sprechen, also der symbolischen Handlung in den Mittelpunkt rückte. Medienpädagogisch ist diese Unterscheidung gerade dann von Interesse, wenn es darum geht, wie Lehrende und Lernende sich zueinander verhalten, interagieren und dabei eben mit Symbolen handeln. Insofern ist es bemerkenswert, dass – fast parallel zu Foucaults Unterscheidung von diskursiven und nicht-diskursiven Praktiken – auch Dieter Baacke 1973 von diskursiven und nicht-diskursiven Symbolen gesprochen hat. Denn – wie auch im Rahmen des "Symbolischen Interaktionismus" von George Herbert Mead argumentiert wurde – können Symbole nur im Rahmen einer gegebenen Diskursökonomie von AkteurInnen diskursiv ausgetauscht werden und konstituieren dabei Erfahrungen bzw. Wahrnehmungen und somit auch die soziale bzw. kulturelle Wirklichkeit. Insofern ist die Frage nach dem Symbolischen immer auch eine Frage nach den Möglichkeiten der Handlungstheorie (im Sinne Jürgen Habermas’ bzw. der Praxeologie (im Sinne Pierre Bourdieus. Die Redaktion der MEDIENIMPULSE geht in diesem Zusammenhang theoretisch und praktisch von Entscheidungsimpulse

  12. Chernobyl - end of performance. Contributions presented to two panel discussions of the Scientific Centre for Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Psychosocial Research of Gesamthochschule Kassel and the Frankfurt Sigmund-Freud-Institute, held in June 1986; extended by two recent contributions on the same subject. Tschernobyl - Ende der Vorstellung. Beitraege anlaesslich zweier Podiumsveranstaltungen des Wissenschaftszentrums fuer Psychoanalyse, Psychotherapie und psychosoziale Forschung der Gesamthochschule Kassel und des Sigmund-Freud-Instituts Frankfurt im Juni 1986; erweitert um zwei neuere Arbeiten zum gleichen Thema

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    The question whether psychoanalysts should comment on political or social disasters, which certainly include technological accidents, can only be answered with 'yes'. A psychoanalyst may not stand aloof and restrict his professional activity to the patient on his couch, but rather has to raise his voice in public whenever society has come into a situation where the human aspects are at stake and the general public has lost its ability to judge events with sound criticism, or to use creativity and phantasy for problem solution, due to regressive processes. The report in hand presents 14 papers of psychoanalysts who analyse the topic of nuclear technology from the psychological perspective. (orig./HSCH).

  13. Chernobyl - end of performance

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    The question whether psychoanalysts should comment on political or social disasters, which certainly include technological accidents, can only be answered with 'yes'. A psychoanalyst may not stand aloof and restrict his professional activity to the patient on his couch, but rather has to raise his voice in public whenever society has come into a situation where the human aspects are at stake and the general public has lost its ability to judge events with sound criticism, or to use creativity and phantasy for problem solution, due to regressive processes. The report in hand presents 14 papers of psychoanalysts who analyse the topic of nuclear technology from the psychological perspective. (orig./HSCH) [de

  14. ¿Analogía o identidad, ontología o ética entre la teoría del significante de J. Lacan y la teoría de la hegemonía de E. Laclau?

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    El trabajo presenta para su discusión ciertos desarrollos de la teoría lacaniana en función de explicitar las formas en que la “teoría de la hegemonía” de Ernesto Laclau ha tendido a recuperar nociones centrales de ésta para el campo del análisis político y social. En ese marco, se desagregan una serie de nociones del “sistema de pensamiento lacaniano” para poder discutir la hipótesis “isomorfista” desarrollada por la teoría política del discurso, según la cual, no se trataría de aplicar simp...

  15. L'individu et la famille

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    2013-01-01

    Roč. 68, Supplementary Issue 2 (2013), s. 62-70 ISSN 0046-385X Institutional support: RVO:67985955 Keywords : child * mother * family * Oidipus complex * J. Lacan Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  16. Mother Trouble

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    Griselda Pollock

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available In the late 1980s a practising painter who is also a practising psychoanalyst reflected upon the significance of events occurring in her painting and being reflected upon in her notebooks to evolve a major theoretical intervention in psychoanalytical thinking at the intersections of British Object Relations (Bion, Laing, Winnicott in which she was trained at the Tavistock and Parisian Lacanian and post Lacanian thinking (Laplanche, Guattari, Aulagnier, Dolto.  Supplementing the  then dominant understanding of Lacan's phallic Symbolic,  defined by the sovereignty of the phallus as the sole signifier, Bracha Ettinger proposed a further symbol, the Matrix and its non-phallic, non-Oedipal process, metramorphosis.  The matrixial enables us to catch up into theoretical knowledge another, shifting but not excluding dimension of  subjectivity that is the effect , on all subjects, irrespective of later, Oedipalised gender or sexuality, of the  feminine sexual specificity of human generation in the non-prohibited intimacy of the feminine-becoming-maternal-in co-emergence-with an-unknown-becoming-partial-other.  Moving beyond the theoretical engagements of object relations with early mother-child, hence post-natal relations between subjects, hence beyond intersubjectivity, Ettinger has been exploring, for almost two decades, the implications for theories of subjectivity and hence for ethics and even the politics of our multiple moments of transsubjective co-affections and co-effects, of the proposition that the feminine, understood as this sexual specificity of the severality of mutual co-effecting becoming of life, has something profound to offer our understanding of the human, its ethics, aesthetics and even politics.  Daring to theorize the gift to later subjectivities of the prolonged encounter-event between pre-natality and pre-maternity, Ettinger has contributed to debates about the maternal, the feminine and human subjectivity in general. In

  17. Memory Reconsolidation, Trace Reassociation and the Freudian Unconscious

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    Alberini, Cristina M.; Ansermet, Franç ois; Magistretti, Pierre J.

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    Memory traces can become labile when retrieved. This has intrigued not only neuroscientists, psychologists, and cognitive scientists but also clinicians who work with memories to treat psychopathologies, such as psychotherapists and psychoanalysts

  18. The jouissance of the other and the prohibition of incest: a Lacanian perspective.

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    Blevis, Marcianne; Feher-Gurewich, Judith

    2003-01-01

    The authors describe how Lacan diverged from classical Freudian concepts to arrive at an alternative model of psychoanalysis. In a discussion that also addresses the concept of the mirror stage and Lacan's use of language, the authors show how the Lacanian concepts of jouissance and the prohibition of incest contribute to this model, which can be successfully applied to the psychoanalytic treatment of more seriously disturbed patients. A clinical vignette is presented to illustrate the latter point.

  19. Trauma, dream, and psychic change in psychoanalyses: a dialog between psychoanalysis and the neurosciences

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    Fischmann, Tamara; Russ, Michael O.; Leuzinger-Bohleber, Marianne

    2013-01-01

    To many psychoanalysts dreams are a central source of knowledge of the unconscious-the specific research object of psychoanalysis. The dialog with the neurosciences, devoted to the testing of hypotheses on human behavior and neurophysiology with objective methods, has added to psychoanalytic conceptualizations on emotion, memory, sleep and dreams, conflict and trauma. To psychoanalysts as well as neuroscientists, the neurological basis of psychic functioning, particularly concerning trauma, i...

  20. ‘Like kings in their kingdoms’: Conservatism in Brazilian psychoanalysis during the dictatorship

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    Frosh, Stephen; Mandelbaum, B.

    2017-01-01

    In this paper, we examine some aspects of the fate of Brazilian psychoanalysis during the 1964-1985 civil-military dictatorship. Presenting data from interviews with Brazilian psychoanalysts, and focusing on the activities of the Brazilian Psychoanalytic Society of São Paulo, we argue that the external political situation was paralleled by conservatism within the Society, with some dangerous consequences. We attend especially to tensions between right- and left-wing psychoanalysts, denunciati...

  1. Lennart Meri Prantsusmaale, Pierre Joxe Riiga / Aadu Hiietamm

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    Hiietamm, Aadu, 1954-

    1993-01-01

    Lennart Meri töövisiit Prantsusmaale, 26. -28. jaanuar 1993. Prantsuse kaitseminister Pierre Joxe kohtub Riias Balti kaitseministritega.Prantsuse suursaadiku Jacques Huntzingeri'i pressikonverentsilt

  2. Jumalaga, ainsus! : (Postmodernismi väljakutse eesti kirjandusele ja kriitikale) / Rein Veidemann

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    1995-01-01

    Ka Harald Peebu artiklist 'Arvustaja teeristil' (Keel ja Kirjandus, 1993, nr. 10), postmodernismi klassiku Jacques Derrida seisukohtadest, tema terminist 'différance' - 'siirdus' ja kirjanduskriitikast

  3. Determining health expectancies

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    Robine, Jean-Marie

    2003-01-01

    ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jean-Marie Robine 9 1 Increase in Life Expectancy and Concentration of Ages at Death . . . . France Mesle´ and Jacques Vallin 13 2 Compression of Morbidity...

  4. Bhérer Laurence, Collin Jean-Pierre, Kerrouche Éric, Palard Jacques, Dir., Jeux d’échelle et transformation de l’État : le gouvernement des territoires au Qué­bec et en France

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    Fabienne Leloup

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available L’ouvrage s’est élaboré en prolongement d’un colloque international tenu à Bor­deaux en 2004, intitulé “Les transformations territoriales au Québec et en France”. D’emblée il est précisé que les articles rassemblés ont comme point commun de traiter des effets induits sur les configurations sociales, économiques et institutionnelles des recompositions territoriales, en d’autres mots le changement d’échelle du politique, en se basant sur des expériences récemment vécues au Québec et en France. ...

  5. La convivencia familiar y su influencia en el rendimiento académico en los estudiantes de quinto, sexto y séptimo año de educación básica de la escuela "Jacques Cousteau" del cantón Milagro en el año 2012.

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    Una de las principales preocupaciones del profesorado de la Escuela cada vez más frecuentes es el bajo rendimiento académico que desarrollan algunos estudiantes y que dificultan el normal desarrollo del proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. El presente estudio persigue analizar qué factores están incidiendo en el rendimiento escolar, así como las estrategias de enseñanza que utilizan los docentes cuando se encuentran ante las clases que imparten en el salón de clase. El estudio estuvo conformado ...

  6. "Autopunición” e itinerarios de la sexualidad infantil en De la psicosis paranoica en sus relaciones con la personalidad (1932

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    Federico Corniglio

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    Full Text Available Este trabajo se inscribe en un proyecto doctoral titulado “Figuras del niño en Lacan (1932-1938”. En este se trabaja cómo la referencia de Lacan, en su tesis de 1932 a los desarrollos de K. Abraham sobre las fases de desarrollo de la libido, se hallaba mediada por la lectura y apropiación por parte de Lacan de numerosos trabajos de la Société Psychanalytique de París sobre la autopunición. Se trabaja asimismo cómo esos desarrollos eran empleados por Lacan para refutar teorías constitucionalistas en psiquiatría. Se señala, por último, el modo en que las referencias de Lacan a la producción de sus contemporáneos franceses constituyen un eslabón relevante y poco explorado para una historia de la elaboración del estadio del espejo.

  7. Lawfare: The Colombian Case

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    of its jurisdiction. 77 75 Jacques Verges. Estrategia judicial en los procesos politicos...Publishing Ltd., 2008. 55 Mejia, Jean. Situacion Perspectivas y Estrategias Frente a la Defensa del Estado (Situation, Perspectives and Strategies facing...Theses, and Dissertations. 7th Verges, Jacques. Estrategia Judicial de los Procesos Politicos (Judicial Strategy of the Political Processes

  8. La “herencia de Amyot”: La crítica de la novela de caballería y los orígenes de la novela moderna

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    Marc Fumaroli

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available This essay analyzes Jacques Amyot and Jacques Gohory’s attitude towards chivalric books in the context of Classicist Humanism and that of the Catholic Reformation. Don Quixote is thus situated at the crossroads that reconcile “the contradictory premises stemming from the crisis in the narrative fiction that had arisen in the 16th century”.

  9. 905 -IJBCS-Article-Djaneye Boundjou Gbandi

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    7269. Galindo C, Jacques P, Kalt A. 2001. Photooxidation of the phynelazonaphtol. AO20 on TiO2: Kinetics and mechanistic investigations. Chemosphere, 45: 997. Galindo C, Jacques P, Kalt A. 2000. Photodegradation of the aminoazo- benzene acid orange 52 by three advanced oxidation processes: UV/H2O2,. UV/TiO2.

  10. Passive Education

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    Bojesen, Emile

    2018-01-01

    This paper does not present an advocacy of a passive education as opposed to an active education nor does it propose that passive education is in any way 'better' or more important than active education. Through readings of Maurice Blanchot, Jacques Derrida and B.S. Johnson, and gentle critiques of Jacques Rancière and John Dewey, passive…

  11. Dewey, Derrida, and "The Double Bind"

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    Garrison, Jim

    2003-01-01

    In this article, the author talks about the texts of Jacques Derrida and Dewey. The texts of Jacques Derrida seem inextricably connected to the word deconstruction, yet, Derrida insists, "The word "deconstruction," like all other words, acquires its value only from its inscription in a chain of possible substitutions." The author argues that…

  12. Aurora energy resources

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    Falconer, D. [Aurora Energy Resources Inc., Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada)

    2009-07-01

    This paper describes the structure and activities of Aurora, a mining company which owns uranium mines, open pit mines at Michelin, Jacques Lake and Rainbow and underground mines at Michelin and Jacques Lake. The paper discusses issues such as economics, mining, processing and environmental impacts.

  13. Døden, ånden og historien i kunsten. En analyse af historiebegrebernt med eksempel i Bertel Thorvaldsen

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    Holm, Henrik

    2003-01-01

    Berteæ Thorvaldsen, J.F.G. Hegel, Friedrich Nietzche, Erwin Panofsky, Hayden White, Jacques Derrida, Kunsthistorie, historie, skulptur, æstetik......Berteæ Thorvaldsen, J.F.G. Hegel, Friedrich Nietzche, Erwin Panofsky, Hayden White, Jacques Derrida, Kunsthistorie, historie, skulptur, æstetik...

  14. Versiones del padre, semblante y ex-sistencia Father´s versions, semblant and existente

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    Claudio Godoy

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available El concepto, denominado por Lacan, "Nombre del padre" constituye una piedra angular de su enseñanza. Su pluralización en los años 60 y 70 introducen nuevas perspectivas al mismo. Tomaremos un breve escrito de Lacan del año 1974, El despertar de la primavera, para leer allí algunas de éstas, a través de lo que nos enseña la obra de F. Wedekind sobre su versión del padre.The concept "Name of the Father", elaborated by Lacan, is a cornerstone of his teaching. Its pluralization -during the 60´s and the 70´s- has introduced new perspectives. We shall consider a short lacanian text written in 1974, Spring Awakening, in order to read there some of those new proposals about the father, with the support of F. Wedekind's work.

  15. Versiones psicoanalíticas de la histeria Psycoanalitical Versions Of Hysteria

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    Roberto Mazzuca

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Tomando como punto de partida las diferencias entre las diversas conceptualizaciones psicoanalíticas de la histeria, el trabajo delimita lo esencial de la elaboración freudiana en relación con esta categoría clínica, para destacar a continuación las diferencias con el modo en que la define Lacan. Si bien éste retoma muchos de los conceptos formulados por Freud sobre la histeria, su perspectiva difiere sensiblemente en este tema respecto de la del padre del psicoanálisis.Taking as a starting point the distinctions between diverse psychoanalytical conceptions of hysteria, this paper develops the essence of Freudian elaboration on this clinical category; in order to highlight the differences with the way Lacan defines it. Despite Lacan recuperates lots of Freudian concepts around hysteria; his point of view sensibly differs on this matter from psychoanalysis father's.

  16. O sentido como máquina de guerra contra a naturalização do psíquico

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    Rosane Zétola Lustoza

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho discute como a adoção do conceito de sentido permitiu a Lacan renovar a condução da praxis analítica. Recorrendo à obra de Lacan e comentadores, o conceito de sentido será investigado em seu/ duplo aspecto, tanto crítico - como forma de combate às propostas de naturalização do psíquico - quanto propositivo - como responsável pelo estabelecimento da intersubjetividade como dimensão fundamental da experiência clínica. Embora admitindo que Lacan posteriormente tenha subordinado o sentido à estrutura, abandonando a noção de intersubjetividade, o artigo examina o legado da teoria do sentido para a psicanálise. Sua principal contribuição foi o combate à naturalização do sujeito.

  17. 'In good times and in bad': boundary relations of psychoanalysis in post-war USA.

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    Brunner, José; Ophir, Orna

    2011-06-01

    This paper suggests writing the history of psychoanalysis by focusing on the manifold ways in which its practitioners may relate to the boundaries dividing it from its neighbouring professions. This approach is illustrated by two loosely interrelated examples: the 1950s debate among leading US psychoanalysts on whether borderline patients can be analysed, and the 1990s responses of psychoanalysts to psychopharmacological treatments of schizophrenia. A close reading of psychoanalysts' journal publications reveals in each instance multiplicity (of voices), instability (of boundaries), duality (of defence and dialogue) and simultaneity (of internal and external addressees). At the same time, a common rhetorical stance emerged in each period, serving as a shared discursive frame while allowing a plurality of boundary relations.

  18. Chernobyl - end of performance. Contributions presented to two panel discussions of the Scientific Centre for Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy and Psychosocial Research of Gesamthochschule Kassel and the Frankfurt Sigmund-Freud-Institute, held in June 1986; extended by two recent contributions on the same subject. Tschernobyl - Ende der Vorstellung. Beitraege anlaesslich zweier Podiumsveranstaltungen des Wissenschaftszentrums fuer Psychoanalyse, Psychotherapie und psychosoziale Forschung der Gesamthochschule Kassel und des Sigmund-Freud-Instituts Frankfurt im Juni 1986; erweitert um zwei neuere Arbeiten zum gleichen Thema

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    The question whether psychoanalysts should comment on political or social disasters, which certainly include technological accidents, can only be answered with 'yes'. A psychoanalyst may not stand aloof and restrict his professional activity to the patient on his couch, but rather has to raise his voice in public whenever society has come into a situation where the human aspects are at stake and the general public has lost its ability to judge events with sound criticism, or to use creativity and phantasy for problem solution, due to regressive processes. The report in hand presents 14 papers of psychoanalysts who analyse the topic of nuclear technology from the psychological perspective. (orig./HSCH).

  19. [Psychoanalysis and Psychiatrie-Enquete: expert interviews and document analysis].

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    Söhner, Felicitas Petra; Fangerau, Heiner; Becker, Thomas

    2017-12-01

    Background The purpose of this paper is to analyse the perception of the role of psychoanalysis and psychoanalysts in the coming about of the Psychiatrie-Enquete in the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany). Methods We performed a qualitative content analysis of expert interviews with persons involved in the Enquete (or witnessing the events as mental health professionals active at the time), a selective literature review and an analysis of documents on the Enquete process. Results Expert interviews, relevant literature and documents point to a role of psychoanalysis in the Enquete process. Psychoanalysts were considered to have been effective in the run-up to the Enquete and the work of the commission. Conclusion Psychoanalysis and a small number of psychoanalysts were perceived as being relevant in the overall process of the Psychiatrie-Enquete in West Germany. Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York.

  20. Psychoanalysis and the Emigration of Central and Eastern European Intellectuals.

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    Erős, Ferenc

    2016-12-01

    One of the most important phenomena in the intellectual history of the 20th century was the exodus of the European mind, the emigration of persons, ideas, techniques, and institutions in the vast areas of social, human, and natural sciences, as well as in literature and the visual arts. Among these exiled intellectuals, psychoanalysts formed a special group. This paper examines the major lines of the emigration of psychoanalysts from the countries of issue to the countries of reception. It focuses, in particular on Hungarian analysts and analytic candidates who left their country of birth in two waves, first after the failure of revolutions in 1918/19 for Berlin, and then after 1938, to escape the Nazis. The paper comments on the existential situation of émigré psychoanalysts in light of Hannah Arendt's writings on refugees.

  1. Joyce y el inconsciente. // Joyce and the unconscious.

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    Ana Cristina Ramírez Carmen

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper analyzes two references proposed by Lacan that apparently pose a paradox: in the first reference, in 1975, he stated that Joyce is an unsubscribed from the unconscious; in the second one, in 1976, he affirmed that Unconscious and Real in Joyce are tied one to another, which lead us to ask this question: from which unconscious is Joyce unsubscribed? This way, the author intends to examine the rule of unconscious in Joyce’s case, as explained by Lacan in 1975-1976. If Lacan considers the Unconscious structured like a language to be a lucubration of knowledge in relation with lalangue, this paper will show how Joyce finds a particular answer for the issue of joy that does not pass through that lucubration. // En el presente trabajo se retoman dos referencias de Lacan que plantean una aparente paradoja; en la primera, de 1975, habla de Joyce como desabonado del Inconsciente, en la segunda, en 1976, dice que en Joyce Inconsciente y real se anudan, razón suficiente para preguntarse ¿De qué Inconsciente está desabonado Joyce? Así, se pretende interrogar el estatuto del Inconsciente en el caso de Joyce, tal como lo aborda Lacan en 1975-1976. Si para Lacan el Inconsciente estructurado como un lenguaje es una elucubración de saber sobre lalengua, este recorrido permitirá ver cómo Joyce encuentra una respuesta singular al problema del goce que no pasa por dicha elucubración.

  2. The Falling Rate of Enjoyment

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    Presskorn-Thygesen, Thomas; Bjerg, Ole

    2014-01-01

    The article explores the relation between consumer capitalism and Compulsive Buying Disorder. A theoretical approach to the study of consumption and enjoyment is developed using Baudrillard and Lacan, and existing literature on compulsive buying is reviewed using the theory. It is argued that enj......The article explores the relation between consumer capitalism and Compulsive Buying Disorder. A theoretical approach to the study of consumption and enjoyment is developed using Baudrillard and Lacan, and existing literature on compulsive buying is reviewed using the theory. It is argued...... disturbance in her identity as consumer. The analysis of Compulsive Buying Disorder is furthermore applied in diagnosing the role of enjoyment in contemporary consumer capitalism....

  3. Del síntoma a la estructura

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    Cotrino Nieto, Myriam Esther

    2012-01-01

    Tanto Freud como Lacan dedican gran parte de su trabajo al diagnóstico estructural sin desconocer los aportes de la psiquiatría clásica, a partir de la cual, cada uno desarrolla su propia clínica. Así, las descripciones y definiciones de Freud permiten ubicar la queja de una paciente cuyo diagnóstico se sitúa entre la paranoia y la histeria (delirio hipocondríaco). Las posteriores teorizaciones de Lacan facilitan la comprensión de las particularidades qu...

  4. The psychosis in the contem porary and its new symptoms: from pathos to orthos

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    Henriques, Rogério Paes

    2012-01-01

    Expõe-se aqui a psicose clássica, "freudo-lacaniana", formulada por Lacan, a partir da herança freudiana, em seu ensino linguístico-estrutural na década de 1950, cujo caso paradigmático é Schreber, e a "psicose lacano-milleriana", surgida com a clínica borromeana de Lacan em meados da década de 1970, com base no sinthoma joyceano, denominada recentemente "psicose ordinária", segundo a orientação dos teóricos ligados ao Campo Freudiano. Pretende-se estabelecer uma análise comparativa entre ess...

  5. The saga of psychoanalysis in Eastern Europe: repression and rebirth in Hungary, and in former Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia

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    Judit Mészáros

    Full Text Available Abstract The paper shortly presents the early roles of Budapest, Prague, and Belgrade in the development of psychoanalytic movement in Central-Europe before the Second World War. Mapping this historical heritage, it suggests how psychoanalysts of former Soviet Bloc countries could restore their own psychoanalytic communities. The study investigates the consequences of these dictatorial and authoritarian regimes for psychoanalysis and for psychoanalysts focusing on similarities and differences in Hungary, in former Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia. Furthermore, it emphasizes the contribution of the international professional organizations - the International Psychoanalytic Association, and the European Psychoanalytic Federation - for reintegration of Budapest, Prague, and Belgrade to the international psychoanalytic community.

  6. W. R. D. FAIRBAIRN AND THE PROBLEM OF HOMOSEXUALITY: A STUDY IN PSYCHOANALYTIC PREJUDICE.

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    Beattie, Hilary J

    2016-10-01

    W. R. D. Fairbairn believed that the psychoanalyst's motivations and theories must ultimately be rooted in a need to resolve personal conflicts. His self-analytic and other records, now publicly available, indicate how his struggles with unacceptable sexual feelings and their symptomatic manifestations affected not only his theorizing, especially about sexuality, but also his clinical practice, as well as his personal and family life. Fairbairn's case affords a unique opportunity to document the effects of homophobia in a major psychoanalyst. © 2016 The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Inc.

  7. Toward Possibility: Expanding the Range of Literacy.

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    Greene, Maxine

    Signs or signifiers, composing what Lacan in 1968 called the "symbolic order," provide a means for making sense of the world and form a network enabling the human mind to form concepts. The signifier "literacy," for example, is often taken to refer to a fixed, isolatable concept, but this term would not be intelligible were it…

  8. [Habermas, Freud and rationality. Psychoanalysis as a focus of the theory of communicative interaction].

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    Heim, R

    1991-07-01

    In his Theory of Communicative Action (1981) Jürgen Habermas attempted to base the critique of society on a universalized pragmatics. Heim attempts to derive a new metatheory of psychoanalysis from the theory of communicative action. In doing so he concentrates on the actual models of interpretation in psychoanalysis (Lacan, Marcuse, Lorenzer).

  9. A identificação e a constituição do sujeito

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    Andréia da Silva Stenner

    Full Text Available Este trabalho tem como objetivo traçar o percurso discursivo em Freud e Lacan, principalmente em seu Seminário IX, inédito, “A Identificação”, como um fenômeno importante para demarcar a constituição do sujeito.

  10. A violência sexual em nossos dias: questões para a psicanálise

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    Soneide de Sales Lima

    Full Text Available O presente texto analisa o tema do abuso sexual buscando trazer, inicialmente, as contribuições teóricas de Freud e de Lacan. Em seguida, são relatados quatro casos clínicos, visando demonstrar a contemporaneidade do tema e explanar alguns impasses clínicos e necessários encaminhamentos.

  11. A psicanálise é o que reintroduz o nome-do-pai na consideração científica

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    Rosa Guedes Lopes

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Lacan def ine a tarefa da psicanálise como sendo a de reintroduzir o Nome-do-Pai na consideração científica. Procura-se demonstrar o que esta definição quer dizer. Para isso, analisa-se a introdução do conceito de Nome-do-Pai como a formalização lacaniana do mito edípico com o qual Freud conceituou a realidade psíquica. Em seguida, percorrem-se as vias do progresso deste conceito bem como as descontinuidades sofridas por ele no primeiro ensino de Lacan.Psychoanalysis is what reintroduces the Name-of-the-Father to scientific consideration. Lacan defines the psychoanalysis' task as the one to reintroduce the Name-of-the-Father to scientific consideration. This text aims at demonstrating what this means. In such attempt, it examines the concept of the Name-of-the-Father as a lacanian formalization of the Oedipus myth with which Freud defined psychic reality. Following this, it takes the ways of progress as well as the gaps this concept suffered in Lacan's first teaching.

  12. The death drive in tourism studies

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    Buda, Dorina Maria

    2015-01-01

    The psychoanalytical concept of the death drive postulated by Freud and Lacan refers to a constant force at the junction between life and death, which is not understood in a biological sense of physical demise of the body, nor in opposition to life. Tourist experiences in conflict zones can be more

  13. Thirdness and psychoanalytic concepts.

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    Green, André

    2004-01-01

    Many psychoanalytic concepts lend themselves to the notion of thirdness. Starting from a basis of Freudian thought, the author discusses some of the elaborative contributions of Winnicott, Lacan, and Bion, as well as the ideas of Saussure and Peirce, noting how all these incorporate an appreciation of the value and relevance of thirdness in both the theory and practice of psychoanalysis.

  14. The Phrase of the Phallic Pheminine: Beyond the "Nurturing Mother" in Feminist Composition Pedagogy.

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    Mowery, Diane

    Theories of phallic authority outlined by Jaques Lacan, Sigmund Freud, and Luce Irigaray suggest that one can effectively undo authority only from a position of authority, a position that traps feminists within the very phallic economy they hope to subvert. Attempting to avoid this trap, feminist pedagogues have made a distinction between…

  15. Superyó: el malestar en la clínica Superego: distress according to clinical psychology

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    David Laznik

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo enfatiza la importancia teórica y clínica del concepto freudiano de Superyó, en su articulación con la formulación del Otro en Lacan. En principio, se abordan dos aspectos estructurales del Superyó: el denominado"Superyó Paterno" (en relación con la función estructurante del Otro y el "Superyó Materno" (en relación con la noción freudiana de "ligazón madre preedípica". Se plantea luego una articulación entre Superyó, angustia y transferencia, recurriendo a diversos referentes clínicos (marginalidad, adicciones, impulsiones, entre otros, que señala la importancia de las nociones de"manejo de la transferencia" en Freud y "posición del analista" en Lacan.We intend to show the theoretical and clinical importance of the Freudian concept of Super-ego, by establishing its connection with Lacan formulation of the Big Other. We take into account two fundamental and structural Super-ego versions (the first one connected to the Big Other's structural function, the second one related to pre-edipic mother's linking in girl, as well as Superego in its relationship with anxiety and transference. Current clinical references (marginal situations, addictions, impulse disorders reveal the importance of this connection, that leads to "transference handling" notion in Freud and "analyst position" in Lacan.

  16. Before, after, in and beyond Teacher Education

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    Garrett, H. James

    2013-01-01

    The author uses a trip to a Holocaust museum to explain and illustrate psychoanalytic concepts from Freud to Lacan in order to re-imagine persistent dilemmas in teacher education. The author suggests that psychoanalytic vocabularies provide an additional and productive lens to conceptualize productive possibilities in teacher education.

  17. Erós a hodnoty

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    Hauser, Michael

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 56, č. 1 (2008), s. 65-75 ISSN 0015-1831 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR(CZ) KJB900090602 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90090514 Keywords : values * postmodernism * Lacan * Deleuze * Platon * Eros Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  18. A Medusa e o gozo: uma leitura da diferença sexual em psicanálise

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    Maria Cristina Poli

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Pretende-se retomar, nas obras de Freud e Lacan, algumas das principais balizas do estatuto da diferença sexual em psicanálise. O enigma feminino, assinalado por Freud, e as diferentes formas de gozo, referidas por Lacan, situam o registro da referida diferença. Por fim, algumas contribuições de Foucault nos permitem avaliar a implicação política da psicanálise em relação a esse tema.The Medusa and the joy: a reading of the sexual difference in psychoanalysis. This article revisits the texts of Freud and Lacan, indicating some of the main beacons of the statute of the sexual difference in psychoanalysis. The feminine enigma, designated from Freud, and the different forms of joy, related from Lacan, point out the register of the sexual difference in psychoanalysis. Some contributions of Foucault allow for the politic implication of the psychoanalysis in relation to this subject.

  19. Capitalist Discourse, Subjectivity and Lacanian Psychoanalysis

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    Vanheule, Stijn

    2016-01-01

    This paper studies how subjectivity in capitalist culture can be characterized. Building on Lacan's later seminars XVI, XVII, XVIII, and XIX, the author first outlines Lacan's general discourse theory, which includes four characteristic discourses: the discourse of the master, the discourse of the university, the discourse of the hysteric and the discourse of the analyst. Next, the author explores the subjectivity and the mode of dealing with jouissance and semblance, which is entailed in a fifth type of discourse, the capitalist discourse, discussed by Lacan (1972). Indeed, like the other discourses that Lacan discerns, the discourse of the capitalist can be thought of as a mode of dealing with the sexual non-rapport. It is argued that in the case of neurosis the discourse of the capitalist functions as an attempt to ignore the sexual non-rapport and the dimension of the unconscious. Psychosis, by contrast, is marked by an a priori exclusion from discourse. In that case, consumerist ways of relating to the other might offer a semblance, and thus the possibility of inventing a mode of relating to the other. Two clinical vignettes are presented to illustrate this perspective: one concerning the neurotic structure and one concerning the psychotic structure. PMID:28018280

  20. David Lynchi lamella / Slavoj Žižek ; tõlkinud Hasso Krull

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    1996-01-01

    Režissöör ja tema filmide psühhoanalüütiline analüüs, tõlge kogumikust "Reading Seminar XI. Lacan's Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis", 1995. Lisad : tõlkija seletab sõna "lamella" tähenduse, Aare Ermeli koostatud režissööri filmograafia (mittetäielik)

  1. Humanism is Not Enough - An Interview with Slavoj Žižek

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    Hauser, Michael

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 3, č. 3 (2009), s. 1-20 ISSN 1751-8229 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90090514 Keywords : Žižek * Lacan * Chesterton * materialist theology Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion http://zizekstudies.org/index.php/ijzs/article/view/211/310

  2. Why Didn't I Know This before? Psychoanalysis, Social Studies Education, and "The Shock Doctrine"

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    Garrett, H. James

    2012-01-01

    In this essay, the author employs psychoanalytic inquiry (Britzman, 1998; Felman, 1992; Lacan, 1988) to think about the relationships between pedagogy, trauma, and crisis in the contexts of social studies and teacher education. The paper explores a potential space in social studies education that can acknowledge the psychic consequences of…

  3. Browse Title Index

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    Items 151 - 200 of 412 ... Vol 23, No 1 (2004), Lacan's subject: the imaginary, language, the real and philosophy, Abstract. Bert Olivier ... Vol 32, No 1 (2013), Mental states, processes, and conscious intent in Libet's experiments, Abstract ... Vol 23, No 1 (2004), Narrating the self: Freud, Dennett and complexity theory, Abstract.

  4. DIE ROL VAN DIE TAALWETENSKAP IN DIE ONTWIKKELING VAN ...

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    aanslag op die sogenaamde "Intentional Fallacy", heelwat verder. n. Mens sou hier eintlik ook op die invloed van Lacan se toepassing van. De Sacs sure op Freud moet wys, en op Macherey se Theory of Literary. Production. Barthes is naamlik besig om repressie teen te werk, en die teks as produksieproses in stede van ...

  5. On the Meaning of Being Real: Fantasy and 'the Real' in Personal ...

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    kinds of interpersonal encounters. Lacan's notion of the 'fundamental fantasy' incorporates the insight that phantasmic projections (of both self and other) form the basis of personal identity and interpersonal relations are a complex interplay between such projections. Nevertheless, in face of disconcerting pretence ...

  6. A psicose na contemporaneidade e seus novos sintomas: do pathos ao orthos The psychosis in the contem porary and its new symptoms: from pathos to orthos

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    Rogério Paes Henriques

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Expõe-se aqui a psicose clássica, "freudo-lacaniana", formulada por Lacan, a partir da herança freudiana, em seu ensino linguístico-estrutural na década de 1950, cujo caso paradigmático é Schreber, e a "psicose lacano-milleriana", surgida com a clínica borromeana de Lacan em meados da década de 1970, com base no sinthoma joyceano, denominada recentemente "psicose ordinária", segundo a orientação dos teóricos ligados ao Campo Freudiano. Pretende-se estabelecer uma análise comparativa entre esses dois conceitos com ênfase nos seus modos de suplência.The psychosis in the contemporary and its new symptoms: from pathos to orthos. It explains the Classic Psychosis as formulated by Freud's paradigmatic "Schreber case" and, lately, as developed by Lacan's linguistic-structural teaching, back in the 1950's. It explains also the "neopsychosis" that appeared in the Lacan's Borromean clinic in the 1970's based on the Joycean sinthome, called recently "Ordinary Psychosis", under the guidance of authors related to the Freudian Field. It is intended to establish a comparative analysis between these two concepts with emphasis on their ways of suplency.

  7. Monument to Lack: The New University

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    Jones, Andee

    2015-01-01

    The present article is the fourth in an unintended series charting the author's experiences of academic censure via social exclusion, or "amicable exclusion" as the Vietnamese reprint has it (Jones, 2012, 2013, 2014). Here in talking about academic censure, Jones touches on former psychoanalyst Jeffrey Mason's (1990) excoriation by the…

  8. When the toys take over.

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    2016-08-17

    When a 60-year-old man with mild learning difficulties began obsessively collecting soft toys after his mother died, David O'Driscoll used the work of psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott to help the client manage his feelings of grief and loss.

  9. The Search for Meaning in the Shadow of Auschwitz: Tadeusz Borowski and Viktor Frankl.

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    Dumbleton, Susanne; Soleau, Jeffrey K.

    1995-01-01

    Recommends using the work of psychoanalyst and concentration camp survivor, Viktor Frankl, as a counterpoint and complement to the death camp stories of Tadeusz Borowski. Frankl's work on his own and others' experiences provides a context and approach to Borowski's cynical and nihilistic stories. (MJP)

  10. A Freudian Looks at Freud and Feminity.

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    Moldawsky, Stanley

    This article deals with the author's interpretation of the Freudian concept of penis envy. Penis envy is viewed as a psychological phenomenon rather than a biological phenomenon characterized as the "bedrock of feminity." Based on his experiences as a psychoanalyst, the author states that penis envy involves the child's early…

  11. Mobilizing the Depths of the Market

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    Schwarzkopf, Stefan

    2015-01-01

    and 1973. Through content analysis and historical contextualization, I show that Ernest Dichter in particular and psychoanalytic motivation research in general were instrumental in removing from market relationships the invisible hand of social norms. The case of the consumer psychoanalyst Ernest Dichter...

  12. Freud in the media: A proposal for exploration of cinematic conception of Psychoanalysis

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    Carlos Antonio Ramírez Muñoz

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Reviewing the meetings and divergences between the Cinema and Psychoanalysis, then develop some notions of audiovisual analysis of film texts, a brief itinerary of Psychoanalysts and practices performed throughout the history of the film industry. Finally, a methodological and research proposal, designed to relieve some theory on mass media arises what would Psychoanalysis, through the study of film reconstruction of this.

  13. George Pólya & Problem Solving ... An Appreciation

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    things to say to the teacher of mathematics. Here are .... with no success, leading Jacques (also known as Jakob). Bernoulli to .... ing]: first and foremost, it should teach young people to. THINK. ... \\Teaching to think" means that the teacher.

  14. Euroopa kohale koondusid mustad murepilved / Jeroen Bult

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    Bult, Jeroen

    2005-01-01

    Brüsselis toimunud Euroopa Liidu tippkohtumisel arutatud organisatsiooni eelarvearuteludest, Euroopa jagunemisest kahte leeri. Kommenteerivad Luksemburgi peaminister Jean-Claude Juncker, Prantsusmaa president Jacques Chirac ning Poola peaminister Marek Belka. Lisa: Kahes leeris euroliit

  15. Rousseau kolm korda kaks surmapattu / Toomas Raudam

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    Raudam, Toomas, 1947-

    1995-01-01

    Järg: 27. okt., lk. B2. Rets. rmt.: Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Üksildase uitaja mõtisklused ; Arutlus teadustest ja kunstidest / tlk. Sirje Keevallik ja Kristiina Ross. Tln.: Perioodika, 1995. (Europeia).

  16. Kuulake, Rosseau! / Toomas Raudam

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    Raudam, Toomas, 1947-

    1998-01-01

    Varem ilmunud: Postimees, 1995, 4.okt. Rets rmt.: Rousseau, Jean- Jacques. Üksildase uitaja mõtisklused. Arutlus teadustest ja kunstidest / tlk.Sirje Keevallik ja Kristiina Ross. Tallinn: Perioodika, 1995

  17. Külaliste kaalumine : Draamateatri külalisetendused Tartus / Margus Kasterpalu, Andrus Laansalu

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    Kasterpalu, Margus, 1961-

    1995-01-01

    Andrus Kivirähki 'Jalutuskäik vikerkaarel' (lav. Mati Unt); Jean-Jacques Bricaire 'Tulumaks' (lav. Lembit Ulfsak); Mihhail Lermontovi 'Maskeraad' (lav. Mikk Mikiver); Jaan Krossi 'Doktor Karelli raske öö' (lav. Mikk Mikiver)

  18. Rozum občanství

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    Kuneš, Jan

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 15, č. 26 (2004), 1a-3 ISSN 1210-0021 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z9009908 Keywords : Jean Jacques Rousseau * Immanuel Kant * Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Subject RIV: AA - Philosophy ; Religion

  19. Garden of Eden – Paradise

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    Ruiten, Jacques van; Collins/ John J.,; Harlow/Daniel C.,

    2010-01-01

    Jacques van Ruiten, “Garden of Eden – Paradise,” in The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism (ed. John J. Collins and Daniel C. Harlow; Grand Rapids, Mich., and Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2010), 658-661.

  20. Sur la voie de l'infiniment petit: MM. Chirac et Aubert coupent le ruban

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    1987-01-01

    The French Prime Minister and the President of the Helvetic Confederation inaugurate the new particle accelerator in CERN. It was an opportunity for M. Aubert to give a list of minor problems to Jacques Chirac

  1. Plaadid / Berk Vaher

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    Vaher, Berk, 1975-

    2004-01-01

    Uutest heliplaatidest Jacques Brel "Infiniment", The earlies "These Were The Earlies", Jim Black Alasnoaxis "Habyor", Jadakiss "Kiss Of Death", "Robert Rodriguez's Mexico and Mariachis", Hope Of The States "The Lost Riots"

  2. Physicists bag Chemistry Nobel for microscopy method

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    Johnston, Hamish

    2017-11-01

    The 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry has been given to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson “for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution”.

  3. Jalgpalli poliitilised mängud / Urmas Kiil

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    Kiil, Urmas

    2004-01-01

    Seos jalgpalli ja poliitika vahel ajaloosündmuste ning tuntud ärimeeste ja poliitikute - Mauricio Macri, Fernando Collor de Mello, Silvio Berlusconi, Benito Mussolini, Jacques Chirac, Lionel Jospin, Jean-Marie Le Pen - näitel

  4. Ah, Euroopa! / Bernhard Peters ; tõlk. Ann Must

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    Peters, Bernhard

    2005-01-01

    Euroopa ühise kultuuriruumi kujunemise võimalikkusest lähitulevikus. Jürgen Habermasi ja Jacques Derrida üleskutsest Euroopa ühise kultuuriruumi loomiseks. Euroopa ja transatlantilistest kommunikatsioonivoogudest. Kultuuriajakirjade rollist ühiskondlike muutuste kujundamisel

  5. 30. III avati rahvusraamatukogu VI korruse trepigaleriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Näitus "Euroopa XVII sajandi sügavtrükigraafika Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus". Avamisele eelnes kuraator Jüri Haini loeng. Kunstnike hulgas on prantslased Jacques Callot, Claude Vignon, itaallased Salvatore Rosa, Stefano della Bella jt.

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    as the only one that could be regarded as offering some .... training in the USA and supported my applications, for we ... Marmur and Doty (1959) provided also a good support. As ... the meantime, Jacques Monod's “Service de Biochimie”.

  7. 78 FR 2687 - National Register of Historic Places; Notification of Pending Nominations and Related Actions

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    2013-01-14

    ... ILLINOIS Cook County 42nd Precinct Police Station, 3600 N. Halstead St., Chicago, 12001236 Strand Hotel... resources: ARKANSAS McCaskill County Jacques, Dr. Thomas S., House, NW of McCaskill, McCaskill, 89001940...

  8. 75 FR 69158 - Quarterly Publication of Individuals, Who Have Chosen To Expatriate, as Required by Section 6039G

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    2010-11-10

    ... Lenore Louit Nicolas Paul Low Elizabeth Lowrie Marcia Lu Chun Ching Luntz Reagan Mather Lusser Christoph... Chi Tan Yenny Jacques G. Yenny Monique Y. Yokokawa Jun Yu Pearl Zang Wenyi Zedan Mohamed F. Zeinalzade...

  9. Külalisesinejate sõnavõtud

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    1999-01-01

    Ettekandjad: Elisabeth Arnold, Dirk van der Maelen, FranciscoTorres, JiriMashtalka, Demetrios Syllouris, Karoly Lotz, Uwe Gehlen, Michael Sahlin, Tony Gregory, Roma Dovydeniene, Janusz Lewandowski, Ekkehard Pabsch, Jelko Kacir, Jean-Jacques Subrenat, Savas Tsitouridis, Alfred E. Kellermann

  10. Raamatututvustus / Rein Põder

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    Põder, Rein, 1943-

    1995-01-01

    Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Üksildase uitaja mõtisklused; Hill, Susan. Proua de Winter; Kõrvemaast põhjarannani : Kuusalu kihelkonna kirjanduslik-kodulooline antoloogia / Koost. Helmut Elstrok; Tead.toim. Oskar Kuningas

  11. Pickering nuclear fish diversion net

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    Xiao, J.; Lew, A. [Ontario Power Generation, Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

    2013-07-01

    Pickering Fish Diversion Net - An Engineered Environmental Solution that has significantly reduced fish impingement at the Pickering Nuclear Facility. Note: As a recent urgent request/discussed by Mark Elliot, CNE-OPG and Jacques Plourde, CNS.

  12. Pärt, Arvo: "Summa". Collage sur BACH. Fratres / Patric Wiklacz

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    Wiklacz, Patric

    1997-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Pärt, Arvo: "Summa". Collage sur BACH. Fratres. Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten. Summa. Festina Lente. Tabula rasa. Tapiola Sinfonietta / Jean-Jacques Kantorow". BIS-CD-834. 62:30 DDD

  13. High-flying visions at a conference in Pärnu / Henrik Roonemaa

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    Roonemaa, Henrik

    2003-01-01

    Pärnus toimunud viiendast rahvusvahelisest infotehnoloogia konverentsist "Visioonidest lahendusteni". Visioonidest rääkisid Jacques Lafitte, Andrius Kubilius, Christian Fonnesbech, lahendustest Kristjan Otsmann ja Ülo Jaaksoo

  14. Kolm etüüdi frankofiilist presidendiga = Three moments with the francophile president / Toomas Kiho

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    Kiho, Toomas, 1963-

    2003-01-01

    Värvikaid meenutusi Prantsuse Vabariigi presidendi Jacques Chiraci ja Eesti presidendi Lennart Meri kohtumistest. Vt. samas: Käbin, Toomas. The Lennart Meri Europe Fund. Lennart Meri Euroopa Sihtasutusest

  15. Prantsuse-Eesti vaheline koostööleping sõlmitakse järgmisel nädalal / Jaanus Putting

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    Putting, Jaanus

    1993-01-01

    President Lennart Meri töövisiit Prantsuse Vabariiki, 26.-28. jaanuar 1993. Eesti-Prantsuse tippkohtumine, Prantsuse kaitseminister kohtub Balti ametivendadega. Jacques Huntzinger'i pressikonverentsilt

  16. The Team Approach to Pain Relief

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    ... Navigation Bar Home Current Issue Past Issues The Team Approach to Pain Relief Past Issues / Fall 2007 ... Roberts is seen here with some of the team members, (left to right) Dr. Berger, Jacques Bolle, ...

  17. Kõnnivad köiel ja hoiavad kätt / Iir Hermeliin, Jaanus Vahtra ; intervju Sven Karja

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    Iir Hermeliin, pseud., 1973-

    2000-01-01

    Teatrikunstnikud Iir Hermeliin ja Jaanus Vahtra ning nende looming. Kunstnikud lavastajatest ja lavastajad Mati Unt ja Ain Mäeots koostööst kunstnikega lavastustes "Jacques ja tema isand"; "Laulatus"

  18. Ethnobotanical study of plants used to treat asthma in the maritime ...

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    Ethnobotanical study of plants used to treat asthma in the maritime region in Togo. Holaly E. Gbekley, Gnatoulma Katawa, Simplice D. Karou, Kokou Anani, Tchacondo Tchadjobo, Yaovi Ameyapoh, Komlan Batawila, Jacques Simpore ...

  19. Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in the management ...

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    Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in the management of hypertension in the Maritime region of Togo. Holaly E. Gbekley, Simplice D. Karou, Gnatoulma Katawa, Tchadjobo Tchacondo, Komlan Batawila, Yaovi Ameyapoh, Jacques Simpore ...

  20. Maskeering : uus reaalsus = Camouflage : a New Reality / Jean-Philippe Dore, Urs Keller

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    Dore, Jean-Philippe

    2001-01-01

    Šveitsi arhitektide Jacques Herzogi ja Pierre de Meuroni ning nende koolkonna - Peter Zumthor, Annette Gigon, Mike Guyer, Valerio Olgiati - "sõnatust" arhitektuurist ja selle sotsiaalsest tähendusest.