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Fri Mar 21 17:11:36 2014 UTClccn-n800229830.33Five lessons on the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan0.500.81Télévision36920510Jacques_Lacann 80022983405309La-kʻang, 1901-1981Lacan 1901-1981Lacan, J. (Jacques), 1901-1981Lacan, JacquesLacan, Jacques Marie.Lacan, Jacques-Marie Émile 1901-1981Lacan, Jacques-Marie Émile 1901-1981 Vollstaendiger NameLakan, Jak, 1901-Lakan, Žak.Lakan, Zak, 1901-1981Lakāns, Žaks, 1901-1981Rakan, Jakku, 1901-1981Лакан, Жак, 1901-1981לאקאן, ז'אק, 1901-1981מירון, יורםラカン, ジャックラカンジャック, 1901-1981lccn-n79043849Freud, Sigmund1856-1939othlccn-n85179035Žižek, Slavojauitrledtlccn-n79092610Derrida, Jacquesdtelccn-n85192469Miller, Jacques-Alainedtadpauiccpdrtivrorgtrllccn-n93124446Fink, Bruce1956-trllccn-n79021767Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich1770-1831lccn-n84032527Ragland-Sullivan, Ellie1941-othedtlccn-n88064129Feldstein, Richardlccn-n79056824Joyce, James1882-1941lccn-n79021234Althusser, Louis1918-1990Lacan, Jacques1901-1981HistoryBiographyLacan, Jacques,PsychoanalysisPsychoanalysis and literaturePsychoanalysis and cultureFreud, Sigmund,Sex (Psychology)Kinship--PhilosophyFeminist theoryAntigone (Greek mythology)SubconsciousnessPsychoanalysis and motion picturesPopular literature--Psychological aspectsPopular culture--Psychological aspectsPleasurePsychic trauma in literaturePsychologyArtJoyce, James,IrelandLiterature and historyDerrida, JacquesRace awarenessPsychoanalysis and racismColonies in literaturePostmodernism (Literature)Race--Psychological aspectsHistory--PhilosophyPsychoanalysis--Political aspectsPsychoanalysis--Social aspectsPsychoanalysis and feminismIrigaray, LuceLawrence, D. H.--(David Herbert),Narration (Rhetoric)EnglandDesire in literatureAesthetics--Psychological aspectsPsycholinguistics--Social aspectsPolitical psychologyHegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,PsycholinguisticsSubjectivityOther (Philosophy)Decolonization in literaturePsychological fiction, English--Irish authorsCriticismHitchcock, Alfred,Motion picturesCultureFranceWomen and psychoanalysis1901198119321933193819461948194919501953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201414038225225205150.195092BF173ocn442503608ocn442311187ocn443446726ocn446138484ocn439786786ocn442700018ocn440730487ocn441899516ocn443805696ocn780913806ocn418820535ocn462988993ocn469637080ocn468405129ocn469269333ocn462755726ocn767297778ocn691516501ocn762097042ocn676535140ocn676474658ocn662015020ocn691505420ocn767102279ocn658384538ocn767236215ocn694033640ocn048711785ocn440379579ocn861027331ocn468352825ocn820670060ocn820670410ocn820670175ocn258470407ocn313423316ocn258219969ocn740279903ocn740291614ocn460211519ocn468038953ocn691524753ocn461862669188558ocn733841387book19770.47Lacan, JacquesThe four fundamental concepts of psycho-analysisProbes the relationship between psychoanalysis and science and religion as well as defining the unconscious, the repetition, the transference, and the drive as the underlying concepts of psycho-analysis+-+0425558485324151852ocn003072176book19660.53Lacan, JacquesÉcrits : a selectionBrilliant and innovative, Jacques Lacan's work has had a tremendous influence on contemporary discourse. Lacan lies at the epicenter of contemporary discourses about otherness, subjectivity, sexual difference, the drives, the law and enjoyment. Yet his seemingly impenetrable writing style has kept many a reader from venturing beyond page one. This new translation of selected writings from his most famous work offers welcome access to nine of his most significant contributions to psychoanalytic theory and technique. Ranging from "The Mirror Stage" to "The Subversion of the Subject and the Dialectic of Desire in the Freudian Unconscious," and including "The Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis" and other papers on various aspects of psychoanalytic theory and practice, this selection spans some thirty years of Lacan's inimitable intellectual career+-+629558848589442ocn000193369book19680.59Lacan, JacquesThe language of the self; the function of language in psychoanalysisLacan's commentaries on Freud had revolutionary implications for philosophy and literary criticism. He held that if the unconscious exists, it functions linguistically rather than symbolically. Includes a study that explains his work and relates it to the context of+-+326303653587453ocn000246389book19660.73Lacan, JacquesEcrits+-+770538575732462528ocn025049217book19920.66Lacan, JacquesThe ethics of psychoanalysis, 1959-1960One of the most influential French intellectuals of this century, Jacques Lacan is seen here at the height of his powers. Lacan dedicates this seventh year of his famous seminar to the problematic role of ethics in psychoanalysis. His exploration leads us to startling insights on "the consequence of man's relationship to desire" and the conflicting judgments of ethics and analysis+-+221985848532456714ocn060414092book19960.37Lacan, JacquesEcrits : the first complete edition in EnglishPresents an English translation of Jacques Lacan's most famous work, with translations of all the papers featured in the original French edition+-+406615848541521ocn007748344book19680.59Lacan, JacquesSpeech and language in psychoanalysis40134ocn016526659book19780.66Lacan, JacquesThe seminar of Jacques Lacan+-+582095848539837ocn000699023book19730.79Lacan, JacquesLe séminaire de Jacques Lacan3883ocn022489346book19900.70Ragland-Sullivan, EllieLacan and the subject of language3614ocn013329629book19860.66Benvenuto, BiceThe works of Jacques Lacan : an introductionAn introduction to the works of the French psychoanalyst and thinker. An account is given of Lacan's thought, explaining its relevance both inside and outside psychoanalysis+-+26751419453242925ocn262719949book20080.59Lacan, JacquesMy teachingHistoryBringing together three previously unpublished lectures presented to the public by Lacan at the height of his career, 'My Teaching' is a clear, concise introduction to the thought of the influential psychoanalyst. Drawing on examples from popular culture and common sense, this lively book explores a range of Lacan's most important ideas, including his debt to Freud, linguistic unconsciousness and sexuality in its relation to psychoanalytic truth. Engaging, witty and personal, 'My Teaching' offers a rare opportunity to engage directly with Lacan's own general explanation of his teaching to a non-psychoanalytic audience+-+552721993627515ocn000903264book19660.81Lacan, JacquesTélévision<Entretien avec J. Lacan.>2647ocn016526656book19880.70Lacan, JacquesFreud's papers on technique, 1953-1954+-+90436584852604ocn016526650book19880.70Lacan, JacquesThe ego in Freud's theory and in the technique of psychoanalysis, 1954-1955+-+924365848532421529ocn016590394book19820.59Lacan, JacquesFeminine sexuality : Jacques Lacan and the école freudienneBook on Lacan and female sexuality+-+308577888520634ocn489965393book19660.53Lacan, JacquesÉcrits+-+770538575732420024ocn006711491book19320.76Lacan, JacquesDe la psychose paranoïaque dans ses rapports avec la personnalitéThèse de doctorat en médecine de Lacan, éditée la première fois en 1932, puis reprise avec des ajouts ("Premiers écrits sur la paranoïa") aux éditions du Seuil en 1975. Trois parties: Position théorique et dogmatique du problème - Le cas "Aimée" ou la paranoïa d'auto-punition - Exposé critique, réduit en manière d'appendice, de la méthode d'une science de la personnalité et de sa portée dans l'étude des psychoses, p. 345-3491914ocn067392875book20060.66Lacan, JacquesThe other side of psychoanalysisThis new translation of Jacques Lacan's deliberation on psychoanalysis and contemporary social order offers access to the author's seminal thinking on Freud, Marx, and Hegel; patterns of social and sexual behavior; and the nature and function of science and knowledge in the contemporary world. --From publisher's description+-+081715848515911ocn001721975book19750.79Lacan, JacquesDe la psychose paranoïaque dans ses rapports avec la personnalité suivi de Premiers écrits sur la paranoïa18727ocn051311708file20000.47Butler, JudithAntigone's claim kinship between life and death"Antigone, the renowned insurgent from Sophocle's Oedipus, has long been a feminist icon of defiance. But what has remained unclear is whether she escapes from the forms of power that she opposes. Antigone proves to be a more ambivalent figure for feminism than has been acknowledged, since the form of defiance she exemplifies also leads to her death. Butler argues that Antigone represents a form of feminist and sexual agency that is fraught with risk. Moreover, Antignone shows how the constraints of normative kinship unfairly decide what will and will not be a liveable life."--BOOK JACKET+-+169950687532418645ocn042854691file19960.35Althusser, LouisWritings on psychoanalysis Freud and LacanA prominent member of the French structuralist movement, Louis Althusser was influential for reinvigorating Marxist thought in France in the 196Os with celebrated works such as For Marx and Reading Capital. Yet many readers are not as familiar with the profound impact of psychoanalysis on Althusser's life and work. Writings on Psychoanalysis gathers, for the first time, Althusser's major essays on psychoanalytic thought. The volume begins with Freud and Lacan, which lays the groundwork for comprehending Althusser's entry into psychoanalysis. Letters to D. was the result of Althusser's fervent reading of Rene Diatkine's paper "Aggressiveness and Fantasies of Aggression," years before Diatkine was his psychoanalyst. Invited by Leon Chertok to participate in the "International Symposium on the Unconscious," at the Tbilisi colloquium, the chapter The Tbilisi Affair presents Althusser's essay "The Discovery of Dr. Freud." The chapter In the Name of the Analysands... reprints Althusser's "Open Letter to Analysands and Analysts in Solidarity with Jacques Lacan," written the day after the famous meeting on the dissolution of the Ecole Freudienne de Paris. Characterizing Lacan as a "magnificent and pitiful Harlequin," the 'open letter' relates Althusser's untimely outburst at that assembly and the "spectacular and violent intervention he subsequently made in the presence of Lacan." The volume closes with the correspondence between Althusser and Lacan, detailing their first and last meetings with each other and the launching of one of the central alliances of contemporary French thought+-+129695030532417477ocn045885695file19910.50Žižek, SlavojLooking awry an introduction to Jacques Lacan through popular culture+-+K065927175169413ocn057204725file20030.39Rabat, Jean-MichelThe Cambridge companion to LacanIn a collection of specially commissioned essays, academics and practising psychoanalysts explore key dimensions of Lacan's life and works. The chronology and guide to further reading will prove invaluable to students and teachers alike+-+185755670515697ocn051202908file19990.50Boheemen, Christine vanJoyce, Derrida, Lacan, and the trauma of history reading, narrative and postcolonialismHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThis book examines the relationship between Joyce's postmodern textuality and the traumatic history of colonialism in Ireland. Joyce's influence on Lacan and Derrida is viewed from a postcolonial perspective. This book brings Joyce's work into dialogue with thinkers such as Zizek, Adorno, Lyotard, as well as feminism and postcolonial theory+-+K18511670515657ocn052033527com20000.50Seshadri, KalpanaDesiring whiteness a Lacanian analysis of raceEmploying Lacan's theories of the subject and sexual difference, this work explores how the discourse of race parallels that of sexual difference in making racial identity a fundamental component of our thinking+-+700746069515346ocn051737968com19930.50Brennan, TeresaHistory after LacanIn History After Lacan, Teresa Brennan argues that Jacques Lacan was not an ahistorical post-structuralist. She tells the story of a social psychosis, beginning with a discussion of Lacan's neglected theory of history which argued that we are in the grip of a psychotic's era which began in the seventeenth century and climaxes in the present. By extending and elaborating on Lacan's theory, Brennan develops a general theory of modernity. Contrary to postmodern assumptions, she argues, we need a general historical explanation. An understanding of historical dynamics is essential if we are to make the connections between the outstanding facts of modernity--ethnocentrism, the relation between the sexes, and ecological catastrophe. A challenging feminist, interdisciplinary study, History After Lacan will be essential reading for social, cultural, and political theorists, historians, psychoanalysts, and literary theorists+-+026665069515163ocn042628689com19980.33Nasio, Juan-DavidFive lessons on the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan+-+268389642513764ocn050705659file19990.50Stavrakakis, YannisLacan and the politicalBiographyThe author clearly examines Jacques Lacan's challenging views on time, history, language, alterity, desire and sexuality from a political standpoint, and overviews the social and political implications of Lacan's work as a whole+-+823626069513544ocn049851814file20000.35Nobus, DanyJacques Lacan and the Freudian practice of psychoanalysis"Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis paints a completely new picture of the man and his ideas. Situating Lacan's contributors firmly within the Freudian tradition of clinical psychoanalysis, the book succeeds in showing how his ideas can become more accessible, and re-evaluates his significance within the field of psychodynamic psychotherapy." "Jacques Lacan and the Freudian Practice of Psychoanalysis will prove essential reading, not only for professionals and students within the fields of psychology and psychiatry, but for all those keen to discover a new Lacan."--BOOK JACKET+-+561426069513528ocn050790835file19890.53Grosz, E. AJacques Lacan a feminist introductionBiographyGrosz gives a critical overview of Lacan's work from a feminist perspective. Discussing previous attempts to give a feminist reading of his work, she argues for women's autonomy based on an indifference to the Lacanian phallus+-+180886857513153ocn057566272file20040.39McGowan, ToddThe end of dissatisfaction? Jacques Lacan and the emerging society of enjoyment"Exploring the emergence of a societal imperative to enjoy ourselves, Todd McGowan builds on the work of such theorists as Jacques Lacan, Slavoj Zizek, Joan Copjec, and Theresa Brennan to argue that we are in the midst of a large-scale transformation -- a shift from a society oriented around prohibition (i.e., the notion that one cannot just do as one pleases) to one oriented around enjoyment. McGowan identifies many of the social ills of American culture today as symptoms of this transformation: the sense of disconnection, the increase in aggression and violence, widespread cynicism, political apathy, incivility, and loss of meaning. Discussing these various symptoms, he examines various texts from film, literature, popular culture, and everyday life, including Toni Morrison's Paradise, Tony Kushner's Angels in America, and such films as Dead Poets Society and Trigger Effect. Paradoxically, The End of Dissatisfaction? shows how the American cultural obsession with enjoying ourselves actually makes it more difficult to do so. Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET+-+831409642513012ocn057624902com20010.47Ingersoll, Earl GD.H. Lawrence, desire, and narrativeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+650365863512922ocn042854717file19960.50Lacan, politics, aesthetics12705ocn062364722file20040.50Ragland-Sullivan, EllieThe logic of sexuation from Aristotle to Lacan"In The Logic of Sexuation, Ellie Ragland offers a detailed account of Jacques Lacan's theories of gender, sexuality, and sexual difference. Exploring Lacan's rereading (via Aristotle) of Freud's major essays on feminine sexuality, Ragland demonstrates that Lacanian theory challenges essentialist notions of gender more effectively than do current debates in gender studies, which are typically enmeshed in an imaginary impasse of one sex versus or interchanged with the other. Although much American feminist thought on Lacan has portrayed him as anti-Woman, Ragland argues that Lacan was, in fact, pro-Woman, as he felt that no advances in analytic cure, or in thinking itself, could evolve except by embracing the feminine logic of the "not all," with its particular modes of jouissance. Ragland also aims to make sense of the terms phallus, castration, sexuation, the object a, jouissance, and so on, in relation to the question of sexual difference. In doing so, she uncovers Lacan's theory that the learning of sexual difference is what makes it possible to think dialectically at all."--BOOK JACKET+-+432519642512674ocn042854739file19960.50Lacan, JacquesReading seminars I and II Lacan's return to Freud : seminar I, Freud's papers on technique, seminar II, the ego in Freud's theory and in the technique of psychoanalysisIn this collection of essays, Lacan's early work is first discussed systematically by focusing on his two earliest seminars: Freud's Papers on Technique and The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis. These essays, by some of the finest analysts and writers in the Lacanian psychoanalytic world in Paris today, carefully lay out the background and development of Lacan's thought. In Part I, Jacques-Alain Miller spells out the philosophical and psychiatric origins of Lacan's work in great detail+-+853279642511942ocn043475083file19920.50Lacoue-Labarthe, PhilippeThe title of the letter a reading of LacanThis book is a close reading of Jacques Lacan's seminal essay, "The Agency of the Letter in the Unconscious or Reason Since Freud," selected for the particular light it casts on Lacan's complex relation to linguistics, psychoanalysis, and philosophy. It clarifies the way Lacan renews or transforms the psychoanalytic field, through his diversion of Saussure's theory of the sign, his radicalization of Freud's fundamental concepts, and his subversion of dominant philosophical values. The authors argue, however, that Lacan's discourse is marked by a deep ambiguity: while he invents a new "language," he nonetheless maintains the traditional metaphysical motifs of systemacity, foundation, and truth+-+461459642511883ocn042855168com19960.50Disseminating Lacan+-+713279642511854ocn175256534file20070.47Chiesa, LorenzoSubjectivity and otherness a philosophical reading of LacanThis is the evolution of the concept of subjectivity in the works of Jacques Lacan.Countering the call by some "pro-Lacanians" for an end to the exegesis of Lacan's work - and the dismissal by "anti-Lacanians" of Lacan as impossibly impenetrable - "Subjectivity and Otherness" argues for Lacan as a "paradoxically systematic" thinker, and for the necessity of a close analysis of his texts. Lorenzo Chiesa examines, from a philosophical perspective, the evolution of the concept of subjectivity in Lacan's work, carrying out a detailed reading of the Lacanian subject in its necessary relation to otherness according to Lacan's orders of the Imaginary, the Symbolic, and the Real.Chiesa emphasizes the continuity underlying apparently incompatible phases of Lacan's examination of the subject, describing Lacan's theory as a consistent philosophical system - but one that is constantly revised and therefore problematic.Chiesa analyzes each "old" theory of the subject within the framework of a "new" elaboration and reassesses its fundamental tenets from the perspective of a general psychoanalytic discourse that becomes increasingly complex. From the 1960s on, writes Chiesa, the Lacanian subject amounts to an irreducible lack that must be actively confronted and assumed; this "subjectivized lack," Chiesa argues further, offers an escape from the contemporary impasse between the "death of the subject" alleged by postmodernism and a return to a traditional "substantialist" notion of the subject. An original treatment of psychoanalytic issues, "Subjectivity and Otherness" fills a significant gap in the existing literature on Lacan, taking seriously the need for a philosophical investigation of Lacanian concepts+-+394780717510924ocn071232310file19960.50Ferrell, RobynPassion in theory conceptions of Freud and LacanConcentrating on the work of Freud and Lacan, this work explores the conception between mind and body+-+8465450695324+-+6295588485+-+6295588485Fri Mar 21 15:50:11 EDT 2014batch102241