Archive for the “Ordinary Psychosis” category

Lacan & ‘Little Hans’ : July 1989 (New York) : Vicente Palomera

by Julia Evans on July 1, 1989

Opening In his seminar on ‘la relation d’objet’ in 1957 Jacques Lacan develops the thesis that the phobic symptom is the result of a fault in the paternal function. This fault entails a difficulty in the construction of the paternal (…)

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Transfer to Saint Denis? Lacan for Vincennes! : 22nd October 1978 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on October 22, 1978

English translation – “There are four discourses…”, translated by Adrian Price,  edited by Jacques‐Alain Miller and Maire Jaanus, in Culture/Clinic, Issue 1, Spring 2013 :  Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /lacan (October 1978) – Bilingual, Translated by Adrian Price with Russell Grigg. Additional (…)

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Teachings of the Case Presentation : July 1977 : Jacques-Alain Miller

by Julia Evans on July 1, 1977

This article was first published as “Enseignements de la présentation de malades” in Ornicar?: Vol 10: July 1977 : p13-24 Published: Part One, The Psychoanalytic Interview, Chapter 2 : P42 of ‘Returning to Freud – Clinical Psychoanalysis in the School (…)

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Seminar XXIII: The Sinthome or Joyce and the Sinthome: 1975-1976: beginning on November 18th 1975 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on November 18, 1975

Index Addenda! There are two English translations available. 1) Cormac Gallagher’s translation from original tapes. 2) Adrian Price’s translation from Jacques-Alain Miller’s edited text and with his chapter headings 3) In French : Edited by Jacques-Alain Miller 4) Page numbers (…)

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Note on the Closing Statement on Child Psychosis : 26th September 1968 : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on September 26, 1968

This note appears to have been written for the publication of the 22nd October 1967 text.  See here for details of the Closing Address. translated by Adrian Price & Beatrice Khiara-Foxton : Published in Hurly-Burly, Issue 8, October 2012, p269-277  Translation available www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /lacan (…)

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À la recherche des principes d’une psychothérapie des psychoses (Bonneval) : 15th April 1957 : Serge Leclaire

by Julia Evans on April 15, 1957

Published i. L’Evolution psychiatrique 2 (1958): 377-419. ii.  p81-122 of Leclaire, Serge. Diableries 1955-1994, Vol. 2 of Écrits pour la psychanalyse. Paris: Le Seuil/Arcanes, 1998.  Available www.LacanianWorksExchange.net   /authors a-z or authors by date Cited by Jacques Lacan p72 of Cormac Gallagher’s translation of  The Direction of the (…)

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Some forms of emotional disturbance and their relationship to schizophrenia (‘as if’ case) : 1942 : Helene Deutsch

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1942

Author: Helene Deutsch Title: Some forms of emotional disturbance and their relationship to schizophrenia Date published: 1942 Publication: – The Psychoanalytic Quarterly : Vol 11 p301-321 Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net /authors a-z – Also in ‘Essential papers on borderline disorders:  one hundred years (…)

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The Problem of Style and the Psychiatric Conception of Paranoiac Forms of Experience (June 1933) : Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on June 1, 1933

Articles from Le Minotaure BY JACQUES LACAN June 1933 Original publication available at www.Freud2Lacan.com /Lacan (90: Cover, table of contents, and Lacan’s article, Le problème du style as it first appeared in Minotaure no. 1 (June 1, 1933)), ii) published (…)

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Psychoses of passion : 1921 : Gaétan Gatian de Clérambault

by Julia Evans on January 1, 1921

Originally published in: Les psychoses passionelles, pp. 323-7 of Oeuvre Psychiatrique, vol.1. Paris: 1921-1924 : Presses Universitaires de France, republished 1942 Translation into English of p323-327 Psychoses of passion : 1921 : Gaétan Gatian de Clérambault Available at www.LacanianWorksExchange.net  /authors (…)

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