Reviews

 

Jacques Bouveresse, Philosophie, mythologie et pseudo-science. Wittgenstein lecteur de Freud (Paris: Editions de I ‘Eclat, 1991).

Many French philosophical books have been published in recent years about “virtual” relationships …
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Psychoanalysis, Clinic and Context – Subjectivity, History and Autobiography

by Ian Parker

London and New York, 2020, 208pp.

It has been summarily difficult for me to …
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09/02/2021

 

Conversion Disorder: Listening to the Body in Psychoanalysis

Jamieson Webster

(New York: Columbia University Press, 2018)

312 pp., £32.00 (hardcover), £32.00 (e-book)

 

 

Jamieson Webster opens …
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Catherine Millot         

La vie avec Lacan (The Life with Lacan)

Paris : Gallimard, 2016 (coll. « L’infini ».  105 pages).

 

An analyzing life

              “Life with Lacan”. …
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Review of:

Dagmar Herzog, Cold War Freud

(Cambridge University Press, New York, 2016)

 

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Dagmar Herzog teaches History at the City University of New York.  Her …
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As the contemporary moment witnesses unprecedented levels of neoliberal horrors, Robert Pfaller makes the utterly compelling and refreshing argument that pleasure may be our strongest weapon of opposition.  With uncompromising …
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The Other Wants More. Review of:

Brian Robertson

Lacanian Antiphilosophy and the Problem of Anxiety: …
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           Juliet Mitchell’s Psychoanalysis and Feminism revolutionized Anglo-Saxonfeminism in 1974 by developing a feminist theory working through Freud, showing that an account of feminine …
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368 pp., £15.74 (cloth), £6.99 (paper)

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Ernst Wagner was a respected school master in Stuttgart, cultivated and intelligent, a husband and a father …
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In the influential “Transitional Objects and Transitional Phenomena”, published in 1951, D. Winnicott introduced a concept that was destined to receive widespread acclaim; indeed, to a certain extent, …
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