By Willy Apollon
The authors use examples from their very own medical perform to give an explanation for the improvement of Lacanian idea.
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Extra info for After Lacan: Clinical Practice and the Subject of the Unconscious
For human beings, language evokes the invisible and the inexpressible. The most evocative words that bear the weight of the greatest meaning: words of love; significant words addressed to a child; poetic words spoken by a political leader, promising hope and justice to a people who have turned to him; consoling words that can help us bear suffering or death. Another patient, worried about his passion for the art of warfare, finally managed to express what he found fascinating in those things.
Nearly all of the chapters included here were originally occasioned by conference presentations of one kind or another—sometimes a general conference on psychoanalysis, sometimes a conference more narrowly Lacanian in focus. The texts were originally written in French, the native language of the authors, generally in the early- and mid-1990s, and then given rough translation into English to be read at the conference. The editors of the present volume worked in close consultation with the authors to give the language a more congenial gloss, occasionally retranslating passages altogether, and, of course, editing and ordering the texts according to the necessities of published, rather than oral presentation.
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After Lacan: Clinical Practice and the Subject of the Unconscious by Willy Apollon