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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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J
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No Cure for the Unconscious

 

 

Pierre-Gilles Guéguen

To begin with, this is because the three consistencies of the Real, the Symbolic, and the Imaginary are knotted:  we do not have the symbolic and the imaginary, conjoined by the fantasy, on one side, and the real of jouisssance, which would be inert and unattainable, on the other. In fact, it is wholly a question of knowing what knots them, and especially if the symbolic does not allow what Lacan for a long time called the Name-of-the-Father to accomplish its normalizing function. We are constituted, particularly in Joyce’s case, insofar as a “fastener Ego” (“Ego de raboutage”) can perform the function of the Name-of-the-Father. It is moreover quite striking to see little-by-little worn-out terms, like the Ego and the defenses, return to Lacan’s mouth with a new valency.

 



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Alastair MacKinven, untitled, 2013-17

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