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Volume 11: Crucial Questions for Psychoanalysis (1990)


Oscar Zentner

"The meaning of Freud in German is jouissance. And we know that the speaking being finds it difficult to deal with jouissance. Freud, naming his discovery the unconscious, wrote Sit venia verbo - if the word may be forgiven - as if knowing that the Name-of-the-Father is also the Father of the Name." Read full Logos

Freud—sit venia verbo
– Oscar Zentner

Foundation and direction
– Oscar Zentner

Part 1: 2nd Australian Psychoanalytic Congress. 50th anniversary of the death of Freud. Crucial questions for psychoanalysis

On psychoanalytic transmission
– Oscar Zentner

Crucial questions for psychoanalysis I
– Isidoro Vegh

Crucial questions for psychoanalysis II
– Isidoro Vegh

Writing, inheritance, transmission: the Freudian legacy and the Lacanian litura
– David Pereira

Metapsychology and the future of psychoanalysis
– Rob Gordon

The times of the analysis
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

The Freudian drive—its insinuation and the real
– Renata Volich

On ethics
– Felicity Bagot

Women, love, jouissance and death
– Ricardo Estacolchic

Part 2: Seminars of the Freudian School of Melbourne

Why metaphor?
– Gayle Norbury

Theory of seduction and seduction by theory
– David Pereira

The transference of Freud
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Seminars, Melbourne, 1986 - Fantasm and construction On supervision

The pass
– Moustapha Safouan

Seminars, Melbourne, 1989

The real, the symbolic and the imaginary, and the structure of neurosis, perversion and psychosis Three Lacanian aphorisms
– Isidoro Vegh

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