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The graph of desire : using the work of Jacques Lacan

Author: Alfredo Eidelsztein
Publisher: London : Karnac, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The graph of desire is one of the principal points of reference in Lacanian psychoanalysis. In this book the graph is analyzed in its multiple aspects and relations. Step by step, the author reveals and considers formulations from the simplest to the most complex. The treatment of this issue does not deal only with the development and explanation of its logical, mathematical and topological aspects but also goes  Read more...
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Named Person: Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfredo Eidelsztein
ISBN: 9781855756106 1855756102
OCLC Number: 269435236
Language Note: Translated from the Spanish.
Description: vii, 291 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Graph of desire and topology --
Object a and mathematical graph and nets theory --
The structure of language: Need, demand and desire --
Graph one --
Questions and answers: The impossible --
neurosis and psychosis --
Ideal (I) --
ego (m) --
ideal (i): Graph 2 --
Graph 3: The question --
Desire and fantasme: A pathway (I) --
the symptom --
Desire and fantasme: A pathway (II) --
The formula of the fantasme: Introduction to the drive --
The drive (I) --
The drive (II) --
S({u023A}): Being, jouissance and desire --
S({u023A}): "Being (Res), jouissance and desire" (II) --
The castration complex in Lacan's teaching.
Other Titles: Grafo del deseo.
Responsibility: Alfredo Eidelzstein ; translated with notes by Florencia F.C. Shanahan ; translation reviewed by Philip Malone ; general editor, Florencia Eidelsztein.

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Gathers together the lectures of the Post-Graduate Course entitled 'The Graph of Desire and the Psychoanalytic Clinic', held in 1993 within the framework of the Updating Program on Lacanian  Read more...

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