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The Young Man's String
ANTONIO
DI CIACCIA

The Conversation
JAQUES-ALAIN MILLER, CIACCIA, et al

Twenty Years is Nothing, Three Years, a Lot
Marina RECALDE

Last Testimony
LEONARDO GOROSTIZA

To Erase Nothing, but to Find One's Way in Lacan's Meanders
PIERRE-GILLES GUÉGUEN

La Sang
MARIE-HÉLÈNE BROUSSE

Presentation of the Sinthome
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Suicidal Paintings ADRIAN
DANNATT

Jan Frank
JOSEFINA AYERZA

 

 
























        

The Young Man's String






Antonio di Ciaccia

Before coming to see me, Marco had already encountered his first analyst—a member of the IPA–who had focused his diagnosis on a perversion trait and pursued the treatment through an attempt to normalize the subject’s sex drive. Marco first met his old analyst—as he called him—when he was eleven years old and was having difficulties at school. He left the old analyst when he entered University and soon thereafter made contact with me. For the past thirteen years I have been seeing him with the same frequency: four times a week.


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