Archive for the “F. Reading Seminar X Group” category

Jacques Lacan comments on the Dream ‘fresh brains’

by Julia Evans on August 1, 2019

in Seminars I, III, VI, X & XIV and Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis : 26th & 27th September 1953 & Direction of the Treatment : 10th to 13th July 1958 First published on 30th January (…)

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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, 2019

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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Towards Pipol 9, The unconscious and the brain, nothing in common, The argument by Yves Vanderveken : 22nd November 2018

by Julia Evans on November 22, 2018

Towards Pipol 9 :  5th European Congress of Psychoanalysis : July 13th– 14th 2019 : Brussels : The unconscious and the brain, nothing in common The argument by Yves Vanderveken – Director of the 5th Congress of the EuroFederation of Psychoanalysis, PIPOL 9 Available (…)

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Posts giving references which are commented on by Jacques Lacan

by Julia Evans on January 20, 2014

The following references are now available to download. Detail of Jacques Lacan’s comments is given where known. I welcome further references: Seminar I: The importance of symbol-formation in the development of the ego : 1930 : Melanie Klein or here (…)

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Comment on post Seminar VII : 3rd February 1960 : p129 quoting Seminar VII : 27th January 1960 : p121(vases)

by Owen Hewitson on September 7, 2013

Note: This is Owen Hewitson’s response to Julia Evans asking him to check the accuracy of the post – Seminar VII : 3rd February 1960 : p129 : Discussion of ‘function of sublimation with reference to the Thing.’  Or here  – 5 (…)

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Preliminary notes from Seminar VII: 2nd & 9th December 1959 : p38 & p48 (Jean-Bertrand Lefèvre-Pontalis’ intervention : meeting on 5th January 2013 & 8th December 2012

by Julia Evans on January 9, 2013

5)  Bruno de Florence, www.deflorence.com, offers the following notes on the passage we have read.  I, Julia, hope to catch up with the last 3 notes as soon as possible. Notes from of session 9th December 1959: p48 para 4 – ‘There (…)

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Notes from the Reading Seminar VII Group on 5th January 2013 & 8th December 2012 (Seminar VII : 2nd & 9th December 1959 : p48)

by Julia Evans on January 5, 2013

Notices 1)  The next meeting is on Saturday 19th January in Room 102 of Senate House. Times: 10:30-12:30 am. 2)  We start reading at Seminar VII: session of 16th December 1959: Chapter V – Das Ding (II): page 57 3) (…)

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Giles Fraser reinterpretes ‘Kant avec Sade’ around Occupy London at St Paul’s

by Julia Evans on October 14, 2012

There are a series of relevant articles waiting to be posted. I have given up saving to the desktop as it is now covered with urgent postings.  The new file is expanding rapidly…. Reason for making an exception to Giles (…)

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The Sadeian position in Jacques Lacan’s Seminar X & LacanianWorks posts

by Julia Evans on January 16, 2012

Background During the Monday 16th January 2012 ‘Reading Seminar X Group’, questions emerged from Lacan’s use of ‘concentration camps’. [Beginning paragraph of the 27th February 1963 session: Chapter XII in Cormac Gallagher’s translation of Seminar X: 1962-1963: The Anxiety or (…)

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What’s new?: Clinical decisions within current paradigms: Two case studies: & Seminar X: Anxiety (or Dread) – a) references b) Kierkegaard

by Julia Evans on December 29, 2011

Hello,   1)  Clinical Decisions within current paradigms:   In the following reflection, Philippe traces some of the differences with the ‘scientific’ paradigms in use. This is the foundation for arguments against NICE and DSM and evidence-based criteria being used (…)

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