Papers of The Freudian School of Melbourne - Volume 25
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Volume 25: Since Lacan (2016)

Editor: Linda Clifton | Purhase Online

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David Pereira

"At the same time as [Lacan's] last words were being heard in Caracas, the first published Lacanian writings in English, the Papers of the Freudian School of Melbourne, were apearing in bookshops in Melbourne and elsewhere ... Since Lacan is the latest production of the work of the School. It is the work of analysts and members of the School, including as well a paper "Lacan, Caracas Station" by Oscar Zentner, co-founder of the School." Read full Logos

Part 1: Lacanian Discourse


Chapter One: Incest, identity and difference
– David Pereira

Chapter Two: Lacan, Caracas station
– Oscar Zentner

Chapter Three: C’est à quel sujet
– Guy Le Gaufey

Chapter Four: Father of function, fact, fable … and fiction
– Megan Williams

Chapter Five: Get knotted
– Malcolm Morgan

Chapter Six: About psychoanalysis
– Madeline Andrews

Chapter Seven: Anaesthesia
– David Pereira

Part 2: From the Clinic


Chapter Eight: The discomfort of psychoanalysis
– Madeline Andrews

Chapter Nine: The wall of the body
– Michael Gerard Plastow

Chapter Ten: The gift of speech: beyond ambivalence
– Sarah Jones Ferguson

Chapter Eleven: The grammar of sex: verb or noun
– Alicia Evans

Chapter Twelve: What’s not home in homelessness
– Peter Gunn

Chapter Thirteen: The death of Marat
– Jon Kettle

Part 3: Psychoanalysis and the child


Chapter Fourteen: In the raw
– Michael Currie

Chapter Fifteen: Psychoanalysis and the child: history, time, and the transformational formula – an introduction
– Michael Gerard Plastow

Chapter Sixteen: Psychoanalysis of the child: the bastard child of psychoanalysis
– Michael Gerard Plastow

Chapter Seventeen: The kangaroo rat man
– Michael Gerard Plastow

Chapter Eighteen: The transformational formula of myth
– Tine Norregaard

Part 4: Psychoanalysis and Art


Chapter Nineteen: From erotic initiation to death
– Oscar Zentner

Chapter Twenty: No light, but rather darkness visible
– Rodney Kleiman

Chapter Twenty One: Snapped by the image: the inverted art of the photograph and the artifice of psychoanalysis
– Peter Gunn Chapter Twenty Two: The Pearl of analysis
– Michael Currie

Chapter Twenty Three: The medieval voice
– Helen Dell

Part 5: Analysis, the arts and the well spoken


Chapter Eighteen: The Ob-scene
– David Pereira

Chapter Nineteen: The jouissance of the gambler
– Linda Clifton

Chapter Twenty: Freud and Faust
– Michael Plastow

Chapter Twenty One: The Invention of Solitude – the invention of a style
– Tine Norregaard Arroyo

Chapter Twenty Two: The enigma of Rose Selavy
– Madeline Andrews

Chapter Twenty Three: The art of interpretation – drawing a line
– David Pereira

Part 6: Death and Psychoanalysis


Chapter Twenty Four: An architecture of death from Tarizaki to Mishima
– Oscar Zentner

Chapter Twenty Five: Erotics of mourning in the time of dry death
– Jean Allouch

Chapter Twenty Seven: Wallis Simpson and the three As
– Gustavo Etkin

Chapter Twenty Eight: Death and Psychoanalysis
– Gustavo Etkin



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.

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