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The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis, 1954-1955 (Book II) (The Seminar of Jacques Lacan) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Januar 1991


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"The Seminar Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan... [They] are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology... Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentered.' There is no autonomous self. What sex was to the Victorians, the question of free will is to our new Fin-de-Siecle." -- Sherry Turkle "A rare opportunity to experience Lacan as a teacher... The publication of these two early seminars ... may allow Lacan's work to do what it does most remarkably: shed light on, and expand, the theoretical implications of psychoanalysis, but also train a new generation of psychoanalysts by asking again and again: what exactly do we do when we do psychoanalysis?" -- Lisa Kennedy

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The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (1901-1981) was one of the twentieth century's most influential thinkers. His many published works include Ecrits and The Seminars. Jacques-Alain Miller is Director of the Department of Psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VIII and editor of Lacan's Seminars.

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As Good a Place as Any to Plunge into Lacan's Work 30. Januar 2010
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Any didactic review of Lacan's Seminars is, perhaps, deeply ironic. The seminars themselves were oral performances, and this volume, like all the other Seminars, consists of notes of Lacan's lectures, edited in French by his son-in-law, Jacques-Alain Miller. Lacan's pedagogical technique relied on the ambiguities of meaning in language, particularly spoken language, to evoke a quasi-poetic or religious sense that transcends words, while simultaneously he elaborated a structured psychoanalytic theory, which he insisted was merely an exegesis of what was implicit in Freud's work.

With that said, this volume, the second of his Seminars presented in the 1954 - 1955 academic year, is as good a place as any to plunge into his work. These lectures focus on Lacan's concept of the "symbolic order," and the radical alienation of the human subject from that order, while, simultaneously, the same order is constitutive of the subject, telling the subject who s/he "is" (to the extent s/he "is" anything!). In this and later Seminars, Lacan will develop these ideas into his notion of the subject's relation the Other (with a capital "O"), and the idea of the split subject, who is caught between his or her unconscious and the symbolic order, structurally separated from both, and who only appears momentarily when he or she speaks "I."

The reputation of Lacan's work for being extraordinarily obscure and difficult is well deserved. All I can say is that I have found it worth the effort to attempt to grasp his thinking. Some knowledge of Freudian theory is a prerequisite to make any sense of what Lacan is talking about, and a familiarity with continental philosophy, particularly Hegelian philosophy, is very helpful. I've also found Lacan For Beginners (For Beginners (Steerforth Press) and Introducing Lacan, 3rd Edition to be extremely helpful starting points to make sense of Lacan's difficult material.
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The Lacan you never knew and won't find anywhere else 22. Februar 2014
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For the absolute uninitiated, no, this is not the place to begin. I would recommend Ellie Ragland-Sullivan's book on the Philosophy of Lacan. For those who understand psychoanalysis and its decentering of consciousness and reality itself, Lacan is fundamental. The problem with Lacan is the complexity--he is nowhere near as accessible as Freud, except in these first two seminars. Here, Lacan is trying to get the seminars off the ground, working with a group of very intelligent people committed to psychoanalysis, but still struggling to understand a dialectical process that offers no place to stand and look objectively. Lacan's fundamental problem was always the attempt to make a model that was as dynamic as the process he was trying to clarify. In this book and in Book I, the reader will find a Lacan that is more accessible than anywhere else, and it is downright engaging. In these first two books the reader feels like they are in the seminars themselves--not at a performance like some of the later seminars. They are a priceless introduction.
interpret, don't understand 29. Juli 2014
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difficult book, but very rewarding. texts like this are a constant source of inspiration, mostly because they are so impenetrable. everytime you read it there is something new hidden. Reading other books by hegel, freud, marx, and saussure makes it easier to finish this one, but if you don't mind being lost in the woods jump right in. don't try to understand the text interpret it.
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where's the letter? 14. März 2008
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one of the first luminaries, and not the first, lacan mentions here is socrates, father, i suppose, of the dialectic. this seminar is marked by participation, which lacan insists upon, everyone present must participate with questions. here those in attendance get a feel for things psychoanalytic.

discussed is poe's purloined letter. and discussed is the lacanic triad: the symbolic, the real, the imaginary.

the translator of this seminar is sylvana tomaselli, her identity as a countess overshadowing her role as a scholar. not that this has anything to do with her work here. merely a bit of trivia. now were she a queen....
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