Jacques Lacan: A Man and a Woman - Papers of The Freudian School of Melbourne
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Volume 17: Jacques Lacan: A Man and a Woman

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"This volume of writing announces the 20th year of work - psychoanalytic work - of the Freudian School of Melbourne, School of Lacanian Psychoanalysis. Writing which underlines the fact that the sexual relation fails to appear in the field of truth." Read full Logos

Part 1: Clinical psychoanalysis


In lieu to non-lieu
– Linda Clifton

Speaking metaphorically
– Rod Kleiman

Preliminary comments on the question of the function of the audience in a psychoanalytic presentation
– Carolyn Poon

A case of masochism involving self-mutilation practices
– Roberto Neuberger

Integration of a psychoanalytic liaison department in a hospital
– María Cristine Beiga, Juan J. Criscaut, Diego Dileo, Roberto Neuberger, Mariela Skef, María Vicente, María Claudia Walsh

To speak in one’s own name: self-authorization and psychosis
– David Pereira

Part 2: The Lacanian Discourse


A man and a woman…
– Jacques Lacan

On Safouan’s Möise hébreu, Möise égyptien
– Oscar Zentner and María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Hebrew Moses, Egyptian Moses
– Moustapha Safouan

The Seminar of Jacques Lacan. Book II. The Ego in Freud’s Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis, 1954-55
– Moustapha Safouan

Connaissance and psychosis
– Oscar Zentner

The follies of time
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Le psychanalyste malgré lui
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Psychoanalysis in Extension - An introduction to a fragment of The Blind Man, a play by Gustavo Etkin
– Nati Sangiau

A fragment of The Blind Man
– Gustavo Etkin



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