7 edition of Lacan & the human sciences found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Lacan and the human sciences.|
|Statement||edited by Alexandre Leupin.|
|Contributions||Leupin, Alexandre, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||BF109.L28 L315 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||90039325|
In this article, a reading is offered of John Fowles's novel, The Magus, in an attempt to show that the conception of human ‘knowledge’ put forward in the narrative is an instantiation and development of Lacan's claim that human knowledge is ‘paranoiac’ or from amounting to the claim that humans can and should do without it, though, Fowles, like Lacan, demonstrates in Cited by: 6. The fact that Lacanian theory flourishes in cultural studies offers meager enticements to those schooled in the social sciences, including many clinical psychologists. The writings of French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan are legendary for their seemingly cryptic phrases and formulae, requiring unflagging commitment on the part of readers.
Five Lessons on the Psychoanalytic Theory of Jacques Lacan is the first English translation of a classic text by one of the foremost commentators on Lacan's work. Juan-David Nasio makes numerous theoretical advances and eloquently demonstrates the clinical and practical import of Lacan's theory, even in its most difficult or obscure moments. This book would also be recommended to second- and final-year undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars in psychology, sociology, cultural studies, anthropology and psychosocial studies.' – Dr Alexander John Bridger, The Psychologist. Table of Contents. Introduction: Psychology after Lacan 1. Jacques Lacan: Barred Psychologist 2.
When I decided to explore the question of Witz, or wit, with you this year, I undertook a small enquiry. It will come as no surprise at all that I began by questioning a poet. This is a poet who introduces the dimension of an especially playful wit that runs through his work, as much in his prose as in more poetic forms, and which he brings into play even when he happens to be talking about. Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences is a significant contribution to the literature. The question of whether psychoanalysis is a science and of its relationship to psychology is very much alive; Althusser's solution was and remains an original one/5(8).
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In Lacan and the Human Sciences eight eminent scholars examine how ideas entered these fields, how well they were understood and Lacan & the human sciences book, and what fruit they have produced.
The editor, Alexandre Leupin, whose introduction reveals the underpinnings of Lacan’s thought, views the book as a blueprint for overcoming Lacan & the human sciences book present impasses of 5/5(1). Voids and knots in knowledge and truth / Alexandre Leupin --Lacan and the ideal of science / Jean-Claude Milner --Lacan and experience / Francois Regnault --Stealing material: the materiality of language according to Freud and Lacan / Ellie Ragland-Sullivan --Lacan Iconoclast / Jean-Joseph Goux --Juliet Mitchell and human sciences / Jane.
Read the full-text online edition of Lacan & the Human Sciences (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Lacan & the Human Sciences. Lacan & the Human Sciences. By Alexandre Leupin shadowed the theoretical work being done in philosophy, psychology, anthropology, women's studies, and literature.
In Lacan And The Human Sciences. Lacan and the ideal of science / Jean-Claude Milner ; Lacan and experience / Francois Regnault ; Stealing material: the materiality of language according to Freud and Lacan / Ellie Ragland-Sullivan ; Lacan Iconoclast / Jean-Joseph Goux ; Juliet Mitchell and human sciences / Jane Gallop ; Psychoanalysis and the task of the translator / Dennis.
Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences is a significant contribution to the literature. The question of whether psychoanalysis is a science and of its relationship to psychology is very much alive; Althusser's solution was and remains an original by: 1. Erin Felicia Labbie demonstrates how Lacan's theory of desire is bound to his reading of medieval texts.
By analyzing the systematic adherence to dialectics and the idealization of the hard sciences, Lacan's Medievalism asserts that we must take into account the play of language and desire within the unconscious and literature in order to understand the way that we know things in the world.
Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences is a significant contribution to the literature. The question of whether psychoanalysis is a science and of its relationship to psychology is very much alive; Althusser's solution was and remains an original one.
William S. Lewis, Skidmore College Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences is. Derrida and Lacan: Another Writing argues that Jacques Derrida's philosophical understanding of language should be supplemented by Jacques Lacan's psychoanalytic approach to the symbolic order. Lacan adopts a non-philosophical, genetic or developmental approach to the question of language and in doing so isolates a dimension that Derrida cannot properly envisage: the imaginary.
Lacan & the Human Sciences edited by Alexandre Leupin (review) Lacan & the Human Sciences edited by Alexandre Leupin (review) 96Rocky Mountain Review approaches to Mann's modern-day Faustian vision.
Doctor Faustus, however, may be called a modernist text in large part because it relegates itself to a certain indecisiveness. Many students of the arts and humanities probably first encounter the name of Jacques Lacan in one of the numerous studies of the French Structuralist movement, an intellectual paradigm which attained the zenith of its public success during the s, and which has since occupied many an Anglo- American scholar's critical spotlight, either as a fashionable esoteric creed or as an original Cited by: Since this book is an introduction to Lacan, focused on some of his basic concepts, and since this topic is the focus of my work in the last decades, I couldn’t avoid a degree of “cannibalization” of my already-published books.
As an excuse, I took great care to give to each of these borrowed passages a. Get this from a library. Psychoanalysis and the human sciences. [Louis Althusser; Steven Rendall] -- What can psychoanalysis, a psychological approach developed over a century ago, offer us in an age of rapidly evolving, hard-to-categorize ideas of sexuality and the self.
Should we abandon Freud's. Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation (French: De l'interprétation. Essai sur Sigmund Freud) is a book about Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, by the French philosopher Paul Freud and Philosophy, Ricœur interprets Freud's work in terms of hermeneutics, the theory of the rules that govern the interpretation of a particular text, and discusses Author: Paul Ricœur.
Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences. by Louis Althusser. European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism. Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Columbia University Press. – Jacques Lacan: The Ethics of Psychoanalysis () “But for us, workers, scholars, doctors, technicians, what direction does this return to the truth of Freud indicate. It is the direction of a positive study whose methods and forms are given to us in this sphere of the so-called human sciences, which concerns the order of language.
Slavoj Zizek/Lacan Dot Com-Bibliography in English. Thank you for the kind invitation. Let me go directly to the point: It is a well known fact that the close-the-door button in most elevators is a totally dysfunctional placebo which is placed there just to give individuals the impression that they are somehow participating, contributing to the speed of the elevator journey.
Books Anxiety by Jacques Lacan Peter Caws critiques Jacques Lacan’s psychoanalytic obscurantism. Some thirty years ago, at an academic retreat in the south of France, I met a young woman who announced herself as a lacanienne – a disciple of the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan ().
At that time Lacan’s so-called ‘seminars’ were being published one after another in French, as the. Lacan's "Mirror Stage": Where to Begin1 JANE GALLOP The work of the French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan has had a tremendous and unsettling effect on the disciplines known in France as the "human sciences," that is, on both what we call the humanities and what we call the social sciences.
PHILOSOPHY – SOCIAL SCIENCES Psychoanalysis and the Human Sciences is a significant contribution to the literature. The question of whether psychoanalysis is a science and of its relationship to psychology is very much alive; Althusser’s solution was and remains an original one.
Ten times, an elderly grey-haired man gets up on the stage. Ten times puffing and sighing. Ten times slowly tracing out strange multi-coloured arabesques that interweave, curling with the meanders of his speech, by turns fluid and uneasy.
A whole crowd looks on, transfixed by this enigma-made-man, absorbing the ipse dixit and anticipating some illumination that is taking its time to Format: Hardcover. Lacan and the Human Sciences. University of Nebraska Press. pp. Alexandre Leupin. Lacan Today: Psychoanalysis, Science, Religion.
Other Press. Jacques Lacan: An Outline of a Life and History of a System of Thought. Polity Press. pp. François Roustang. Translated by Greg Sims. Integrating the life sciences and quantum physics, this approach shows that cruelty structures the living just as much as the unconscious, and makes it possible to integrate the main psychoanalytic currents, notably Freud, Lacan, Winnicott, Klein, and the thinkers of autism, while renewing the place of psychoanalysis as a human : Touria Mignotte.Book Description: Derrida and Lacan: Another Writing argues that Jacques Derrida's philosophical understanding of language should be supplemented by Jacques Lacan's psychoanalytic approach to the symbolic order.
Lacan adopts a non-philosophical, genetic or developmental approach to the question of language and in doing so isolates a dimension that Derrida cannot properly envisage: the imaginary.