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Non-Rapport,
A
ZEEN KHAN

The Real Unconcious,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Th'esp of a Lapsus,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Crisis, Trauma, and Subjective Decision
Y
VES VANDERVEKEN

No Cure for the Unconscious,
P
IERRE- GILLES
G
UÉGUEN

The Love of the Sinthome,
M
ARIE- HÉLÈNE
BROUSSE

The Subject of Psychosis,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Th'esp of a Hallucination,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

The Seccond Miller,
J
OSEFINA AYERZA

The Vicissitudes of Zadig,
J
ORGE JAUREGUI

Freudian Field, Year Zero
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Letter About the New Journal,
JACQUES-ALAIN
MILLER

Interview with
Richard Kern
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The Subject of Psychosis

 

 

Jacques-Alain Miller

This articulation demonstrates to what extent Lacan’s mathemes are constructed at par with experience, without anything in excess (see Occam’s razor, which comes here at the right place…).

1) Schemes around an object, isolated and erected in its unary solitude.

2) Invocation of the maternal signifier in front of the opening up of a void, which it is not, therefore, improper to characterize as symbolized by the absence of the mother.

3) Attempt at the self-mutilation of the penis. Does one need to elucubrate too much in order to grasp here that the call made to the phallic signification, which includes the exigency of a minus-one in as much as the phallus is nothing other than the point of lack that it indicates in the subject, ends in the attempt to accomplish this subtraction in the real? Staging of castration, where it is the organ that serves, for want of the signifier—scenography of the production of the subject.


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