Number 10 – 2018 / 2

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According to Otto Fenichel, boredom is the sign of a conflict between the Id and the Ego, between the push of the first to reach …
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Review of Lorenzo Chiesa: The Not-Two: Logic and God in Lacan

(MIT Press, 2016, 251+xxiii pp.)

 

If, for Jacques Lacan, the fundamental non-existence of a sexual relationship—that is, of …
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A contribution to the study of the relationship between the tradition of spiritual exercises and psychoanalysis

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In this paper the author discusses the meaning of akēdia in late …
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Introduction.

The same can be said of boredom as Saint Augustine said of time: everyone knows what it is but no one knows how to define …
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Published on Journal for Lacanian Studies, vol. 4, nr. 1, 2006, pp. 99-120.

28/02/2017

 

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The author compares Lacan’s (whose paradigm is essentially Hegelian-Heideggerian) reading of Freud with …
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Since Jacques Lacan regards James Joyce’s father, John Joyce, as a “deficient father”, this paper understands Joyce’s writing, especially Finnegans Wake, in terms of the failure of his …
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 In this paper the author considers, by a careful reading of the Regula Benedicti (RB) and its sources, the claim by Michel de Certeau that some of Lacan’s ideas …
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