Archive for the “C. Reading Seminar VII” category

Tracking Jacques Lacan’s development in using ‘logos’

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2022

Originally published on 30th October 2013. Updated on 31st July 2018. Julia Evans  Practicing Lacanian Psychoanalyst  _________________________________  To request a copy of any text whose weblink does not work, please contact  Julia Evans _________________________________ Content Introduction A General Summary of (…)

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Transmission according to Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2022

There follows three comments made by Jacques Lacan. Any further contributions welcomed. Thank you. First published on 3rd January 2014 Julia Evans  Practicing Lacanian Psychoanalyst in Earl’s Court, London _________________________________________ December 2018 : To request a copy of any text whose (…)

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Some relations between Jacques Lacan and Søren Kierkegaard: Seminars II, VII, X, XVII, XX & two of the Écrits

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2022

Originally published on 16th December 2011 Revised 27th January 2012 Revised 16th September 2017 Reference to François Leguil (2004) added in the summary (at the end) on 27th January 2012   Julia Evans Practicing Lacanian Psychoanalyst in Earl’s Court, London (…)

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Not perverts but bureaucrats will set things off (LRO 331) : 22nd February 2022 : Natalie Wülfing

by Julia Evans on February 22, 2022

Circulated From: NLS-Messager – New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis Subject: [nls-messager] 4166.en/ LRO 331: “Not perverts but bureaucrats will set things off” Date: 2 March 2022 at 18:04:48 GMT Published Lacanian Review Online (LRO 331) – https://www.thelacanianreviews.com/not-perverts-but-bureaucrats-will-set-things-off/ & www.LacanianWorksExchange.net /authors a-z (Wülfing) Availability of references (…)

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After a crisis, what emerges?

by Julia Evans on August 4, 2014

Two items, recently engaged with, raise questions: 1)  What emerges after a crisis? This question is put in Gil Caroz’s presentation on 10th May 2014, at Ghent, towards the next Congress of the New Lacanian School in Geneva, 9th to (…)

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A recap of Seminar VII

by Bruno de Florence on July 5, 2014

This recap of Seminar VII was presented at the 5th July 2014 session of the ‘Reading Seminar VII group.  It is now available on http://www.deflorence.com/?p=2164 Further information: ‘Posts for the “A. Reading Seminar VII: The Ethics of Psychoanalysis”’ category : here (…)

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Comments on Aristotle & What is a human being?

by Bruno de Florence on June 22, 2014

Following the coffee talk of 21 June 2014 : Seminar 7 reading group Aristotle puts in place differential elements between vegetals, animals and humans in DE ANIMA. ­Some automatic signifiers are in place in humans from birth or appear automatically (…)

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Last Meeting of the Seminar VII Reading Group : Saturday 5th July 2014

by Julia Evans on June 21, 2014

Reading Jacques Lacan’s Seminar VII : The Ethics of Psychoanalysis We start reading at Seminar VII : 1st June 1960: Ch XX : p261 of the Dennis Porter translation, published by Routledge. During this meeting Bruno de Florence will make (…)

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Meeting of the Seminar VII Reading Group on Saturday 21st June 2014

by Julia Evans on May 31, 2014

Reading Jacques Lacan’s Seminar VII : The Ethics of Psychoanalysis We start reading at Seminar VII : 25th May 1960: Ch XIX : p246 of the Dennis Porter translation, published by Routledge: starting ‘In any case, before I go on (…)

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Meeting of the Seminar VII Reading Group on Saturday 31st May 2014: news & references

by Julia Evans on May 12, 2014

Reading Jacques Lacan’s Seminar VII : The Ethics of Psychoanalysis We start reading at Seminar VII : 18th May 1960: Ch XVIII : p238 of the Dennis Porter translation, published by Routledge. Next meeting: Saturday 31st May 2014 Time: 10.30am to (…)

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