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Seminar IV : 27th February 1957 – The Anorexic Gap

by Julia Evans on February 1, 2022

Seminar IV : 27th February 1957 – The Anorexic Gap by Julia Evans, 1st February 2022 INDEX Summary List of Seminar IV publications Background (many discrepancies) The Anorexic Gap The ‘interpolated’ material The Stenographer A further word on ‘anorexie mentale’ – ‘anorexie (…)

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4 PLUS ONE – The Formula of a New Mode of Social Bond : 26th June 2020 (Athens) : Frank Rollier

by Julia Evans on June 26, 2020

This paper was presented at the eleventh Cartel Day of the Hellenic Society, 26th June 2020 translated by Joanne Conway   Published in  The Newsletter of the Cartels of the NLS – No. 16,  see   here   or as circulated by New Lacanian School Messager (…)

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Jacques Lacan cuts between the real/ly-symbolic (RS) & symbolically-real (SR) (a cartel ending/work-in-progress presentation)[a]

by Julia Evans on July 17, 2019

[[a] Emerged within the New Lacanian School’s Cartels ‘Beyond the Pleasure Principle’ 2016-2018 & ‘Trauma’ 2018-2019.  See http://www.amp-nls.org/page/gb/24/cartels] A previous version of this text was presented at the final meeting of a New Lacanian School cartel on ‘Trauma & Urgent’ on Wednesday 17th July 2019. (…)

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What is concealed by the so-called “Cht” and why? : 9th March 2019 : Réginald Blanchet

by Julia Evans on March 9, 2019

Circulated on the New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis’ Messenger, as [nls-messager] 3009.en/ TIDBITS – Reginald Blanchet – Towards the NLS Congress 2019 ‘Urgent!’, on 9th March 2019. Available from here Index References Location/Availability of references Sasha Nacht & Jacques Lacan – (…)

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Lacan’s legacy in the United States : 18th May 2018 : An interview with Tom Svolos

by Julia Evans on May 18, 2018

An interview with Tom Svolos, author of Twenty-First Century Psychoanalysis, Karnac, 2017.  Circulated by From: NLS-Messager  (New Lacanian School / Messager ) Subject: [nls-messager] 2680.en/ LRO – Lacan and the USA Date: 18 May 2018 at 23:10:25 BST Published by www.TheLacanianReviews.com Available here  or at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /authors a-z or authors by (…)

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Notes & references for Jacques Lacan’s Seminar IV : 28th November 1956

by Julia Evans on July 2, 2017

Note : These notes are a work in progress and are added to from time to time. ECp refers to page numbers in the Earl’s Court Collective’s translation : Greg Hynds
, Jesse Cohn, 
Julia Evans (www.lacanianworks.net), Alma Buholzer. See Seminar IV (…)

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Notes & References for Jacques Lacan’s Seminar IV : 21st November 1956

by Julia Evans on February 28, 2017

ECp refers to page numbers in the Earl’s Court Collective’s translation : Alma Buholzer,  Greg Hynds
, Jesse Cohn, 
Julia Evans (www.lacanianworks.net). See Seminar IV : The Object Relation & Freudian Structures 1956-1957 : begins 21st November 1956 : Jacques Lacan (…)

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How are Freud & Lacan evidence-based?

by Julia Evans on September 15, 2014

This material is taken from notes I made before the Saturday 6th September meeting. They have been expanded to include comments from the group, for which my thanks. My project, within ‘Interrogating Freud & Lacan’ starts with Sigmund Freud’s Project[i] (…)

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Immanent Money : October 2013 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on October 1, 2013

This is one of a series of articles written by contemporary analysts recalling a moment of their experience in analysis with Lacan. They all touch on the price of the session and the meaning of money for each analysand. It (…)

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The finger in the sand

by Bruno de Florence on May 16, 2012

At the 23 April 2012 Lacanian Forum’s reading group session on Lacan’s Seminar 10 (L’angoisse, 20 March 1963), I had been puzzled by the reference to “Sartre’s making a hole in the sand with his finger”. One of the participants had (…)

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