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Volume 2: On Perversion

Logos

Oscar Zentner

"If in our first book we said that it was possible to know, for this our second book, our affirmation is that it is possible to learn ... How can we then be generous in not closing our discourse, but in opening it. Between the thing, the word, the construction and the representation, today we produce, tomorrow we will form." Read full Logos

Part 1: Homage to Freud on the 41st Anniversary of his Death


In the knot of the subject
– Oscar Zentner

Retrospective unconscious logic and perversion, the moments of perversion
– Gayle Paull

Femininity and perversion
– John Dingle

The offended woman
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

A pseudonym, the itinerary for a perversion
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

The brain as accommodation of desire
– Graeme Crawford Smith

Tod/Etcetera/Ratman
– Juan Davila

Part 2: The word of Lacan


The Seminar, Paris, 10th June 1980
– Jacques Lacan

The Seminar, Caracas, 12th July 1980
– Jacques Lacan

Part 3: The Freudian Discourse


The comedy of the bodies
– Javier Aramburu & Juan Carlos Cosentino

A case of perversion?
– Luz Freire

The death of Freud
– Isidoro Vegh

Aphanisis
– Oscar Zentner

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