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Volume 18: Clinical Psychoanalysis (1997)

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David Pereira

"Freud revealed to us a fundamental Spaltung as the essential element of the experience of the clinic; an experience which led clinical psychoanalysis further and further from the promise of self-possesion, the pursuit of happiness and of the good - appearing under the form of the categorical imperative of the celebrated genital relation. Lacan taught us to recognise in the field of this Spaltung an ethics of the subject." Read full Logos

Part 1: Clinical psychoanalysis


Structure and subjectivity in the clinic
– Rodney Kleiman

On the subject of style
– Michael Plastow

How to do with an inheritance
– Nati Sangiau

The psychoanalytic act: its ethics and its cause
– David Pereira

Three ages
– Mario Pujó

Adolescence and discourse
– Mario Pujó

There is love that kills
– Marcela Naszewski

The seditious ones
– Adriana Anabel Fernández, Gabriella Luisa Neira & María Lía Pereyra

Part 2: The Lacanian Discourse


Of the real in psychoanalysis
– Moustapha Safouan

A very long letter from Elie Hirsch to his brother Hyacinth on the edition of Jacques Lacan’s seminar on “The Psychoses”
– Marcel Czermak

Foundation of one’s name—proper name of a foundation
– Robert Lévy

The ties of affect
– Isidoro Vegh

A practice of the real: the end of analysis
– Benjamin Domb



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