Archive for the “Topology and the Lacanian clinic” category

US Blues—Bury the Hatchet : 22nd November 2018 : Thomas Svolos

by Julia Evans on November 22, 2018

Available here or, together with Julia Evans’ notes, at  /authors by date or authors a-z   Originally published as LRO 106  by Lacanian Review Online – see Further texts by Thomas Svolos here Circulated by NLS-Messager [ ] (…)

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References for Ordinary Psychosis

by Julia Evans on October 29, 2015

Antoni Vicens : Some cases of Ordinary Psychosis in the CPCT of Barcelona : Text given at the Convention D’Antibes, 1999 : Published in Psychoanalytical Notebooks: Issue 19: Ordinary Psychosis: 2009 (now out of print) : p89-98.  Text available here Interpreting Psychosis from (…)

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Psychical reality in action

by Julia Evans on September 18, 2014

In my post How are Freud & Lacan evidence-based?  (Available here), I refer to Sigmund Freud’s arguments in The Project for a Scientific Psychology: 23rd & 25th September & 5th October 1895: Sigmund Freud  : Available here, to establish via (…)

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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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Interrogating Freud & Lacan – a series of 7 seminars – Call for registration

by Julia Evans on August 25, 2014

Start date: Saturday 6th September 2014 So Bruno de Florence & Julia Evans propose to follow in Sigmund Freud’s & Jacques Lacan’s footsteps & trace what is going on in the impossible to know by examining the formalisations they develop. (…)

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Reason for ‘Interrogating Freud & Lacan’, suggested topics & how you may join in

by Julia Evans on July 14, 2014

Quote: We are thus presented with a new task which had no previous existence: the task, that is, of investigating the relations between the manifest content of dreams and the latent dream-thoughts, and of tracing out the processes by which (…)

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Interrogating Freud & Lacan – Your Invitation to Participate in a Working Group

by Julia Evans on June 7, 2014

Poster is available here Please note :  Further information, including topics & posts, is given at, in the category: Interrogating Freud & Lacan or here. Suggested topics are available  Reason for ‘Interrogating Freud & Lacan’ & how you may join in (…)

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The Seventh Chapter of Seminar VI : 26th April 2014 : Francisco-Hugo Freda

by Julia Evans on April 26, 2014

The ninth contribution for the Blog of the next NLS Congress in Ghent on 17 and 18 May 2014, brings you the English translation of a very interesting text by Francisco-Hugo Freda. F.-H. Freda poses the hypothesis of a relation (…)

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Presentation of Jacques Lacan’s Seminar VI (2nd part): in Paris : 26th May 2013 : Jacques-Alain Miller

by Julia Evans on May 26, 2013

Translated by Adrian Price Published by Latigazo : Available here Circulated by New Lacanian School: as [nls-messager] 947.en/ Bulletin Latigazo Nº 2 in English : 6th February 2014 18:41 : Available here or at  /authors a-z or authors by date References Note (…)

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Lacan and Topology

by Bruno de Florence on October 8, 2011

The use of Topology by Lacan has baffled many of his readers, most especially those with no background in Maths. Lacan himself did not help as what he presented was his own version of Topology, just as he did with (…)

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