Papers of The Freudian School of Melbourne - Volume 14
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Volume 14: The Lacanian Clinic

Logos

David Pereira

"James Joyce puts into the mouth of Stephen Dedalus the question ‘What’s in a name?’ - a question one hears being pondered in many places nowadays. The existence today of a Lacanian clinic of The Freudian School of Melbourne allows us, even requires us, to pose the question differently. What is a naming? The appellation ‘Lacanian’ engages in a signification, the effects of excess in relation to which, invokes the importance of the very function of naming and the ethics of the Lacanian clinic." Read full Logos

Part 1: Lacanian Clinic


Intervention in the real
– Isidoro Vegh

The desire of the analyst and the art of the fool
– Nati Sangiau

Mourning is not reparation
– Luis Reibl

Beyond the pleasure of the symptom
– David Pereira

From transference to structure: the presentation of patients
– David Pereira and Luis Riebl

Part 2: Seminars and intervention of Jacques Lacan


The works of Jacques Lacan – an attempt to outline the impossible
– Oscar Zentner

Bibliography of the works of Jacques Lacan
– Joel Dor

Published and unpublished seminars and interventions of J. Lacan in English
– David Pereira

Part 3: The Lacanian Discourse


Interview with Isidoro Vegh
– Jane Hopper

Lacanian Psychoanalytic Writings

The Papers of the Freudian School of Melbourne presents the written work of analysts and members of the School as well as contributions from analysts recognised, both within Australia and internationally, as being at the forefront of psychoanalytic theorisation from a Lacanian perspective.

The website of the School offers a growing selection of these papers online in PDF, HTML and ePub formats. The Papers of the Freudian School of Melbourne are also available in certain bookstores and university libraries.

To order volumes of the Papers directly from the Freudian School of Melbourne, or for further information, please contact:

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