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Volume 15: The Lacanian School

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David Pereira

"Lacan dissolves his School, a dissolution not indifferent to the effects of institutionalisation, and indicates the following: 'I expect nothing from individuals, and something from a functioning.' What do we understand by the failure of the functioning of Lacan’s School?" Read full Logos

Part 1: Psychoanalysis and the institution


Ethics and the institution
– Linda Clifton

Psychoanalysis and the psychoanalytic institution
– Jane Hopper

The group as psychic structure and the locus of the symbolic
– Rob Gordon

Reverencing the letter or the stopping of the Lacanian movement
– Nati Sangiau

Being in love and psychoanalysis: on reading Lacan
– David Pereira

Part 2: The Lacanian Discourse


Non licet omnibus psychoanalysis esse
– Oscar Zentner

Jacques Lacan and the question of the training of analysts
– Moustapha Safouan

The presentation of patients: Charcot, Freud, Lacan, today
– Erik Porge

The consistency of the name
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

The secretarial function, element of the Freudian method
– Jean Allouch

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