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Lacanian Subject

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Titel: Lacanian Subject
Autor/en: Bruce Fink

ISBN: 0691015899
EAN: 9780691015897
Sprache: Englisch.
University Press Group Ltd

November 1996 - kartoniert

"Fink provides the first clear, comprehensive, systematic account of Lacan's work in English. The influence of this book is certain to be immense on theorists and therapists alike as it provides the fully articulated foundations for a Lacanian pedagogy, and makes generally available a radically new understanding of the analyst's role. A magnificent piece of intellectual synthesis, an imposing and original contribution to psychoanalytic thought."--Richard Klein, Cornell University

Preface Language and Otherness A Slip of the Other's Tongue The Unconscious Foreign Bodies 2The Nature of Unconscious Thought, or How the Other Half "Thinks" Heads or Tails Randomness and Memory The Unconscious Assembles Knowledge without a Subject 3The Creative Function of the Word: The Symbolic and the Real Trauma Interpretation Hits the Cause Incompleteness of the Symbolic Order: The (W)hole in the Other Kinks in the Symbolic Order Structure versus Cause Pt. 2The Lacanian Subject The Lacanian Subject The Lacanian Subject Is Not the "Individual" or Conscious Subject of Anglo-American Philosophy The Lacanian Subject Is Not the Subject of the Statement The Lacanian Subject Appears Nowhere in What Is Said The Fleetingness of the Subject The Freudian Subject The Cartesian Subject and Its Inverse Lacan's Split Subject Beyond the Split Subject 5The Subject and the Other's Desire Alienation and Separation The Vel of Alienation Desire and Lack in Separation The Introduction of a Third Term Object a: The Other's Desire A Further Separation: The Traversing of Fantasy Subjectifying the Cause: A Temporal Conundrum Alienation, Separation, and the Traversing of Fantasy in the Analytic Setting 6Metaphor and the Precipitation of Subjectivity The Signified Two Faces of the Psychoanalytic Subject The Subject as Signified The Subject as Breach Pt. 3The Lacanian Object: Love, Desire, Jouissance Object (a): Cause of Desire "Object Relations" Imaginary Objects, Imaginary Relations The Other as Object, Symbolic Relations Real Objects, Encounters with the Real Lost Objects The Freudian Thing Surplus Value, Surplus Jouissance 8There's No Such Thing as a Sexual Relationship Castration The Phallus and the Phallic Function "There's No Such Thing as a Sexual Relationship" Distinguishing between the Sexes The Formulas of Sexuation A Dissymmetry of Partners Woman[crossed off] Does Not Exist Masculine/Feminine-Signifier/Signifierness Other to Herself, Other Jouissance The Truth of Psychoanalysis Existence and Ex-sistence A New Metaphor for Sexual Difference Pt. 4The Status of Psychoanalytic Discourse The Four Discourses The Master's Discourse The University Discourse The Hysteric's Discourse The Analyst's Discourse The Social Situation of Psychoanalysis There's No Such Thing as a Metalanguage 10Psychoanalysis and Science Science as Discourse Suturing the Subject Science, the Hysteric's Discourse, and Psychoanalytic Theory The Three Registers and Differently "Polarized" Discourses Formalization and the Transmissibility of Psychoanalysis The Status of Psychoanalysis The Ethics of Lacanian Psychoanalysis Afterword Appendix 1: The Language of the Unconscious Appendix 2: Stalking the Cause Glossary of Lacanian Symbols Acknowledgments Notes Bibliography Index
"The Lacanian Subject not only provides an excellent introduction into the fundamental coordinates of Jacques Lacan's conceptual network; it also proposes original solutions to (or at least clarifications of) some of the crucial dilemmas left open by Lacan's work."--Slavoj Zizek, Journal for Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society
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