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Lacan: The Unconscious Reinvented | CFAR Series
Soler, Colette
Routledge / Karnac Books / Softcover / 2014-03-01 / 1780490992
Lacan
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In Lacan: The Unconscious Reinvented, Colette Soler takes us beyond the formulas and catchphrases often used to characterize Lacan's work, and enters into a fresh, original and profound dialogue with his thought. Starting from the well-known "the unconscious is structured like language", she asks what led Lacan to speak of a "real unconscious". Soler discusses the key changes in Lacan's work over the years and the implicit questions that motivated these changes. Themes discussed include the unconscious, the symptom, affects, the direction of treatment and the political dimensions of analytic practice. This book will appeal to all those with an interest in Lacan's thought, as well as providing an introduction to the development of his ideas.

Table of Contents:
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
INTRODUCTION

PART I: THE UNCONSCIOUS, REAL
CHAPTER ONE—Trajectory
CHAPTER TWO—Towards the Real
CHAPTER THREE—Lalangue, traumatic
CHAPTER FOUR—From the transference towards the other unconscious
CHAPTER FIVE—The royal road to the RUCS
CHAPTER SIX—The Borromean aleph
CHAPTER SEVEN—The parlętre

PART II: ANALYSIS ORIENTED TOWARDS THE REAL
CHAPTER EIGHT—The end pass
CHAPTER NINE—The time that isn’t logical
CHAPTER TEN—Terminable analysis
CHAPTER ELEVEN—Identification with the symptom or … worse
CHAPTER TWELVE—The identity at the end, its aporias

PART III: A RENEWED CLINIC
CHAPTER THIRTEEN—The status of jouissances
CHAPTER FOURTEEN—Symptom of the real unconscious
CHAPTER FIFTEEN—The father and the Real
CHAPTER SIXTEEN—Towards the father of the name
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN—Love and the Real

PART IV: POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN—Dissidence of the symptom?
CHAPTER NINETEEN—Psychoanalysis and capitalism
CHAPTER TWENTY—Malaise in psychoanalysis
CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE—What does the psychoanalyst want?

REFERENCES
INDEX

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