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The pathology of democracy : a letter to Bernard Accoyer and to enlightened opinion

Author: Jacques-Alain Miller; Bernard Accoyer; Bernard Burgoyne; Russell Grigg
Publisher: London ; New York : KARNAC, 2005.
Series: Ex-tensions.
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On Wednesday 8 October 2003, the French National Assembly passed a bill intended to regulate, for the first time, the practice of psychotherapy in France. Moved by Bernard Accoyer, the purpose of the legislation was to restrict the practice of psychotherapy to psychiatrists and clinical psychologists; it would effectively no longer be legal for any other practitioners, including psychoanalysts, to practice in the  Read more...
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Miller, Jacques-Alain.
Pathology of democracy.
London ; New York : KARNAC, 2005
(DLC) 2005472277
(OCoLC)58843768
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques-Alain Miller; Bernard Accoyer; Bernard Burgoyne; Russell Grigg
ISBN: 9781849404853 1849404852
OCLC Number: 753968497
Language Note: Compilation of letters and articles, originally written and translated from French.
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 72 pages).
Contents: pt. 1. Introduction --
pt. 2. Amendment 336 --
pt. 3. Letter to Bernard Accoyer and to enlightened opinion --
pt. 4. Manifesto --
pt. 5. Postscript.
Series Title: Ex-tensions.
Responsibility: Jacques-Alain Miller, with contributions by Bernard Burgoyne and Russell Grigg ; translators, Adrian Price and Victoria Woollard.

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On Wednesday 8 October 2003, the French National Assembly passed a bill intended to regulate, for the first time, the practice of psychotherapy in France. Moved by Bernard Accoyer, the purpose of the legislation was to restrict the practice of psychotherapy to psychiatrists and clinical psychologists; it would effectively no longer be legal for any other practitioners, including psychoanalysts, to practice in the sphere of mental health. This volume contains Jacques-Alain Miller's letter to Bernard Accoyer, opposing the bill. Contributions from Bernard Burgoyne and Russell Grigg are also included, examining the implications of such a bill for France and for elsewhere.

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