The Cambridge Companion to Lacan by Jean-Michel RabatéThe Cambridge Companion to Lacan by Jean-Michel Rabaté

The Cambridge Companion to Lacan

EditorJean-Michel Rabaté

Paperback | August 18, 2003

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Jacques Lacan is renowned as a theoretician of psychoanalysis whose work is still influential in many countries. He refashioned psychoanalysis in the name of philosophy and linguistics at a time when it faced certain intellectual decline. Focusing on key terms in Lacan's often difficult, idiosyncratic development of psychoanalysis, this volume brings new perspectives to the work of an intimidating influential thinker.
Title:The Cambridge Companion to LacanFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.71 inPublished:August 18, 2003Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521002036

ISBN - 13:9780521002035

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Table of Contents

Chronology; 1. Lacan's turns to Freud Jean-Michel Rabaté; 2. The mirror-stage: an obliterated archive Elisabeth Roudinesco; 3. Lacan's myths Darian Leader; 4. Lacan's science of the subject: between linguistics and topology Danny Nobus; 5. From the letter to the matheme: Lacan's scientific models Bernard Burgoyne; 6. The paradoxes of the symptom in psychoanalysis Colette Soler; 7. Desire and jouissance in the teachings of Lacan Nestor Braunstein; 8. Lacan and philosophy Charles Shepherdson; 9. Lacan's Marxism, Marxism's Lacan (from Zizek to Althusser) Joe Valente; 10. Ethics and tragedy in Lacan Alenka Zupancic; 11. A Lacanian approach to the logic of perversion Judith Feher-Gurewich; 12. What is a Lacanian clinic? Diana Rabinovitch; 13. Beyond the phallus: Lacan and feminism Deborah Luepnitz; 14. Lacan and queer theory Tim Dean; 15. Lacan's afterlife: Jacques Lacan meets Andy Warhol Catherine Liu; Further Reading.

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"Superb... this book shoud appeal to anyone interested in the development of Freudian thought and the history of ideas concerning human subjectivity. Highly recommended." Choice