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By | March 3rd, 2021|LRO 277|

Lacan’s desire for a school of psychoanalysis went beyond Freud, beyond Oedipus, beyond the structure of “the all” and its antinomic element. This was the logic of “all men” born of a father who stands as the exception, guarding jouissance and enjoying all women. Impossibility and prohibition of jouissance are inherent in this structure, which [...]

Urgency: Between Truth and Jouissance

By | February 20th, 2021|LRO 275|

Urgency is a hole in time, it is the time of eternalization. When a traumatic event breaks through, perplexity arises, regardless of the structural diagnosis. The subjective response will come afterwards. Urgency is a time of strangeness, with unusual phenomena, which can produce diagnostic confusions in the first interviews. Do we traumatize the trauma? If [...]

What Bill Gates wants from me, and from all of us

By | February 17th, 2021|LRO 274|

During the eighties, David Icke was a famous sports presenter on the BBC. Shortly after leaving that post, he suffered an episode of epiphanic revelation on the Isle of Wight. Later, after being caught in the middle of a storm on a mountain in Peru, he declared himself chosen by a benign god to act [...]

How does the work of art interpret the experience of confinement?

By | February 7th, 2021|LRO 272|

The experience of confinement, as an effect of the coronavirus pandemic, is having an impact on the subject.  The artist Rosemary Cassidy Buswell (1) shows us, in this regard, how to deal with this real outside meaning (le réel hors sens), the real of confinement. Through her artistic know-how, she extracts a series of ready-made [...]

Interpretation as an Event is from the Feminine Position

By | January 23rd, 2021|LRO 270|

“The analyst too must pay,” said Lacan in “The Direction of the Treatment and the Principles of its Power.” [1] Pay with his words. Pay with his own skin. With his persona, when he lends himself to the analysand as a backbone to transference. He must pay with what is essential to his innermost judgement. [...]

Haphephobia and the Dilemma of Touching Each Other or Not

By | January 20th, 2021|LRO 269|

Since the start of the pandemic we have not stopped receiving news about different mental disorders linked to it. First, we discover the syndrome of cabin fever, that push to stay locked up. With the widespread use of the mask, and by “preventing” us from expressing our feelings, the “blank face” appeared. Following the recommendation [...]

Titian’s Blue

By | January 16th, 2021|LRO 268|

Awoken from a dream, a question imposes itself on me: what is the colour of psychoanalysis? It echoes childhood memories where lively, vibrant colours marked my mother’s desire as she covered me with them. Once, she found such a colourful material with which she had a dress cut out for herself and a shirt for [...]