01 Seminar Of Jacques Lacan

Paperback | January 1, 1991

byJacques Lacan

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'The Seminar: Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan...[They] are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology....Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentred'. There is no autonomous self. What sex was to the Victorians, the question of free will is to our new Fin-de-Siecle.' --Sherry Turkle, 'London Review of Books'

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'The Seminar: Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan...They+ are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology....Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentred'. There is no autonomous self. What...

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'The Seminar: Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan...[They] are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology....Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentred'. There is no autonomous self. What...

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'The Seminar: Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan...[They] are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology....Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentred'. There is no autonomous self. What...

Jacques Lacan was born into an upper-middle-class Parisian family. He received psychiatric and psychoanalytic training, and his clinical training began in 1927. His doctoral thesis, "On Paranoia and Its Relation to Personality," already indicated an original thinker; in it he tried to show that no physiological phenomenon could be adeq...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 6.52 × 8.99 × 0.6 inPublished:January 1, 1991Publisher:W W NortonLanguage:English

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'The Seminar: Books I and II have a special place because of their value as an introduction to Lacan...They+ are a sure path of entry into Lacan's critique of ego psychology....Lacan's work underscores that part of Freud's message that is most revolutionary for our time. The individual is 'decentred'. There is no autonomous self. What sex was to the Victorians, the question of free will is to our new Fin-de-Siecle.' --Sherry Turkle, 'London Review of Books'