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The Graph of Desire : Using the Work of Jacque Lacan (Paperback)

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This book gathers the lectures of the post-graduate course entitled "The Graph of Desire and the Psychoanalytic Clinic", held in 1993 within the framework of the Updating Program on Lacanian Psychoanalysis (Post-Graduate Secretary, Faculty of Psychology, University of Buenos Aires).

Although the subject of the course was the graph of desire and its articulation with the psychoanalytical practice, the reader will find here that Lacan?s articleThe subversion of the subject and the dialectic of desire in the Freudian unconscious has been intensively looked over, being paraphrased and quoted in almost every class of the course. Considering that the Spanish translation has some problems, certain terms and paragraphs from the original French version have been translated by the author, in order to try to understand what Lacan affirms.

The recordings of the course lectures constitute the basis for this book; they have been barely modified, for their colloquial style will not interfere with the reading.


Publisher Karnac Books
Mfg Part# 9781855756106
SKU 210690786
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1855756102
Release Date 2/18/2013
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