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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
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Without ground : Lacanain ethics and the assumption of democracy

Neill, Calum January 2003 (has links)
No description available.
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Lacans Praxis der variablen Sitzungsdauer und seine Theorie der Zeitlichkeit

Langlitz, Nicolas. January 2004 (has links)
Berlin, Freie Universiẗat, Diss., 2004. / Dateiformat: zip, Dateien im PDF-Format.
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La notion de traumatisme dans l'enseignement de Lacan : logique du concept dans ses différentes versions / The notion of traumatism in lacanian teaching : logic of the concept in his differents versions

Reyes Pérez, Pablo 07 July 2015 (has links)
Cette thèse est consacrée à l’élucidation des notions de traumatisme présentes dans l’enseignement de Lacan. La question qui a animé notre recherche était : quelles sont les versions du traumatisme élaborées par Lacan au cours de son enseignement ? Afin de répondre à cette question, nous avons divisé notre travail de thèse en cinq chapitres, chacun étant consacré à la façon dont Lacan aborde la notion de traumatisme. À partir d’une lecture critique, nous avons présenté le déplacement de la notion du traumatisme, qui est initialement liée au désir vers son articulation dans le domaine de la jouissance. Ce changement est intimement lié au renouvellement de la notion de l’inconscient chez Lacan.Dans notre recherche, les différentes versions du traumatisme que nous avons pu repérer nous ont amené aux conclusions suivantes. D’abord, le traumatisme est avant tout une réponse de l’inconscient face au réel qui est en jeu pour le parlêtre. De cette manière, il s’agit, avant tout, d’une réponse singulière, invention qui permet au sujet de donner une consistance à son rapport au corps. De même, l’expérience traumatique n’est pas non plus homogène pour le parlêtre, ce qui apparaît bien dans les différentes façons dont le corps est impliqué dans la subjectivité. Cette expérience peut se décliner différemment si ce qui fait traumatisme implique le corps dans l’imaginaire,le symbolique ou le réel. Ainsi, cette thèse nous mène à la conclusion qu’il n’y a pas d’universalisme à déduire de l’expérience traumatique, mais qu’il s’agit toujours d’une réponse singulière, se jouant dans le rapport du sujet à son corps. / The objective of this thesis is the elucidation of the notions of traumatism presents in the teaching of Jacques Lacan. This thesis has been divided into five chapters to answer this inquiry, each chapter is dedicated to analyse how Lacan approaches the notion of trauma, following a chronological perspective of his work.From a critical reading it presented the displacement of the notion of trauma, which is initially related to the desire to its articulation in the field of enjoyment. This change is intimately linked to the renewal of the concept of the unconscious in Lacan’s theory.In this research, the different versions of trauma identified led to the following conclusions. First, trauma is primarily an unconscious face to the real response that is at stake for all parlêtre. So, it is a singular response, an invention that allows the subject to give substance to his report to the body. Thus, the response is never traumatic standard, in the same manner as it is a traumatic event.Similarly, the traumatic experience is not homogenous in the parlêtre, which shows the different ways in which the body is involved in subjectivity. This experience can be approached differently if making event involves the body in its imaginary, symbolic or real dimension. Thus, this argument leads to the conclusion that there is no universalism to deduct from the traumatic experience, otherwise it is always a singular answer, by playing in the relation of the subject to his body.
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Desvendando Lacan: duas metáforas e uma teoria psicanalítica da metáfora / Unveiling Lacan: two metaphors and a psychoanalytic theory of metaphor

Helena Amstalden Imanishi 05 September 2014 (has links)
Mais do que qualquer outra figura de linguagem, a metáfora tem recebido a atenção de diversos pensadores desde Aristóteles, na direção de ampliar suas características e funções. A teoria interacionista da metáfora teve o mérito de elevar a metáfora da função decorativa e periférica na linguagem à função cognitiva e estruturante do pensamento. Essa dimensão essencialmente cognitiva da metáfora foi incorporada progressivamente à ciência por meio do uso das analogias, metáforas e modelos na produção do conhecimento. É essa via epistemológica aberta pela metáfora que nos permite revisitar a Psicanálise e o lugar da metáfora no interior desse conhecimento. Nossa pesquisa se propôs a realizar um estudo sobre a metáfora na obra de Jacques Lacan. Estudo que se deu em duas vertentes, justificadas pelo duplo papel da metáfora na teoria psicanalítica lacaniana. De um lado, tratamos de um uso que podemos denominar de epistemológico, ou seja, a forma como a metáfora foi utilizada para construir conhecimento a partir de duas metáforas lacanianas: as metáforas ópticas e o conto de Edgar Allan Poe A carta roubada. Observamos que, embora nem sempre os termos das metáforas analisadas mantenham uma correspondência biunívoca, elas apresentam forte ressonância, vista a grande quantidade de desdobramentos teóricos possibilitados por este instrumento. Concluímos que as metáforas lacanianas funcionam em um contexto de invenção do conhecimento e servem como um filtro, um anteparo a partir do qual os fenômenos do inconsciente são analisados. O segundo objetivo de nossa pesquisa é descobrir qual a teoria da metáfora de Lacan, em virtude da importância que essa noção adquire em sua teoria fundamentando um dos mecanismos do inconsciente. Concluímos que Lacan, para dar conta das questões próprias da Psicanálise, desenvolve uma nova teoria da metáfora, a qual se distingue das teorias clássicas / More than any other figure of speech, the metaphor has been a focus of attention for several intellectuals since Aristotle, always in the direction to adding to its particulars and functions. The interactionist theory of the metaphor had the merit to raise the metaphor, from its decorative and peripheral function in language, to its cognitive and structural functions in thought. This mainly cognitive dimension was progressively incorporated into science, through the uses of analogies, metaphors and models in the production of knowledge. This epistemological path opened by the metaphor allows us to revisit Psychoanalysis and the place of the metaphor within this knowledge. Our research has proposed a study about the metaphor in Jacques Lacans work. This study has focused around two paths, justified by the double role of metaphor in psychoanalytic theory of Lacan. In one path, we deal with a use that we can call epistemological, in other words, the way that metaphor was used to create knowledge, from two metaphors of Lacan: the optical metaphors and Edgar Allan Poes tale The purloined letter. We note that, although not always the terms of the metaphors analyzed present a one to one correspondence, they do have a strong resonance, given the large amount of theoretical developments made possible by this instrument. We conclude that the Lacanian metaphors work in the context of the invention of knowledge and serve as a filter, a screen from which the phenomena of the unconscious are analyzed. The second path our research explored was to discover which one was Lacan\'s theory of the metaphor, given the importance that this notion acquires in his theory being one of the basic mechanisms of the unconscious. We conclude that Lacan, to account for Psychoanalysis own issues, develops a new theory of the metaphor, which is distinct from the classical theories
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Desvendando Lacan: duas metáforas e uma teoria psicanalítica da metáfora / Unveiling Lacan: two metaphors and a psychoanalytic theory of metaphor

Imanishi, Helena Amstalden 05 September 2014 (has links)
Mais do que qualquer outra figura de linguagem, a metáfora tem recebido a atenção de diversos pensadores desde Aristóteles, na direção de ampliar suas características e funções. A teoria interacionista da metáfora teve o mérito de elevar a metáfora da função decorativa e periférica na linguagem à função cognitiva e estruturante do pensamento. Essa dimensão essencialmente cognitiva da metáfora foi incorporada progressivamente à ciência por meio do uso das analogias, metáforas e modelos na produção do conhecimento. É essa via epistemológica aberta pela metáfora que nos permite revisitar a Psicanálise e o lugar da metáfora no interior desse conhecimento. Nossa pesquisa se propôs a realizar um estudo sobre a metáfora na obra de Jacques Lacan. Estudo que se deu em duas vertentes, justificadas pelo duplo papel da metáfora na teoria psicanalítica lacaniana. De um lado, tratamos de um uso que podemos denominar de epistemológico, ou seja, a forma como a metáfora foi utilizada para construir conhecimento a partir de duas metáforas lacanianas: as metáforas ópticas e o conto de Edgar Allan Poe A carta roubada. Observamos que, embora nem sempre os termos das metáforas analisadas mantenham uma correspondência biunívoca, elas apresentam forte ressonância, vista a grande quantidade de desdobramentos teóricos possibilitados por este instrumento. Concluímos que as metáforas lacanianas funcionam em um contexto de invenção do conhecimento e servem como um filtro, um anteparo a partir do qual os fenômenos do inconsciente são analisados. O segundo objetivo de nossa pesquisa é descobrir qual a teoria da metáfora de Lacan, em virtude da importância que essa noção adquire em sua teoria fundamentando um dos mecanismos do inconsciente. Concluímos que Lacan, para dar conta das questões próprias da Psicanálise, desenvolve uma nova teoria da metáfora, a qual se distingue das teorias clássicas / More than any other figure of speech, the metaphor has been a focus of attention for several intellectuals since Aristotle, always in the direction to adding to its particulars and functions. The interactionist theory of the metaphor had the merit to raise the metaphor, from its decorative and peripheral function in language, to its cognitive and structural functions in thought. This mainly cognitive dimension was progressively incorporated into science, through the uses of analogies, metaphors and models in the production of knowledge. This epistemological path opened by the metaphor allows us to revisit Psychoanalysis and the place of the metaphor within this knowledge. Our research has proposed a study about the metaphor in Jacques Lacans work. This study has focused around two paths, justified by the double role of metaphor in psychoanalytic theory of Lacan. In one path, we deal with a use that we can call epistemological, in other words, the way that metaphor was used to create knowledge, from two metaphors of Lacan: the optical metaphors and Edgar Allan Poes tale The purloined letter. We note that, although not always the terms of the metaphors analyzed present a one to one correspondence, they do have a strong resonance, given the large amount of theoretical developments made possible by this instrument. We conclude that the Lacanian metaphors work in the context of the invention of knowledge and serve as a filter, a screen from which the phenomena of the unconscious are analyzed. The second path our research explored was to discover which one was Lacan\'s theory of the metaphor, given the importance that this notion acquires in his theory being one of the basic mechanisms of the unconscious. We conclude that Lacan, to account for Psychoanalysis own issues, develops a new theory of the metaphor, which is distinct from the classical theories
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To keep on knowing more (?) Seminar XVII, The other side of psychoanalysis /

Lowther, John D. January 2009 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--Georgia State University, 2009. / Title from title page (Digital Archive@GSU, viewed June 8, 2010) Calvin Thomas, committee chair; Faye Stewart, Paul Schmidt, committee members. Includes bibliographical references (p. 68-69).
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Derrida or Lacan on the "plural logic of the aporia" in deconstruction and Lacanian psychoanalysis /

Hurst, Andrea. January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Villanova University, 2006. / Philosophy Dept. Includes bibliographical references.
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Subject of Conrad : a Lacanian reading of subjectivity in Joseph Conrad's fiction

Jenvey, Brandon John January 2017 (has links)
This thesis examines how the fiction of Joseph Conrad anticipates and enacts the elaborate model of subjectivity that is later formalised in the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan. While modernist criticism has often utilised the work of post‐structuralism in reading key texts of modernism, the complexity and profundity of the conceptual relationship between Conrad and Lacan has not yet been explored in depth. Conrad’s work captures the impact and influence of emerging transnational capital upon forms of the subject in the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Further, his fiction is also sensitive to how nascent global capital structures forms of space that the subject is embedded within in their daily experience. I argue that it is the intricate and finely woven theories of Lacan that are necessary in identifying this area of the novelist’s work, as Lacan’s model contends with both the individual psychic structure of the subject, and, crucially, how the individual is located and constituted within the broader matrix of social reality. Using four of Conrad’s novels from his early period to the end of his major phase, the thesis traces the evolution of the various fundamental modalities of Lacan’s subject across Conrad’s fiction. I examine how Almayer’s Folly offers the key tenets of Lacan’s primary model of the subject of desire, while Lord Jim presents the transition of the subject of desire into Lacan’s later mode of the subject of drive. Subsequently, The Secret Agent is shown to critique the role of rationalism in the structuring of the subject’s consciousness, while, finally, I read Under Western Eyes as a tour de force of Lacan’s four discourses. The deep and fundamental relationship between the two figures’ work attests to their acuity in observing the development of the subject in the twentieth century, while the method of theoretical analysis also, on a wider disciplinary level, suggests and helps to confirm the continued validity of the mode of deep reading in literary interpretation.
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Förändringsprocesser i jagstrukturerande psykoterapi för individer i psykos / Process of change in selfrestructed psychotherapy by persons in psychosis

Svaleklint, Marie January 2014 (has links)
Inledning: En studie i ämnet om erfarenheter av förändringsprocesser i terapiprocessen i jagstrukturerande psykoterapi. Det kliniska arbetet vilar på terapi med unga personer i psykos, beskrivna av psykoterapeuter. Frågeställningar: Hur visar sig utveckling och förändring hos konfidenten? Hur kan dessa kopplas till metodens faser och teoribildning? Metod: Urvalet är fem verksamma psykoterapeuter vilka valt ut kliniskt material med unga personer i psykos. Studien är kommen utifrån en hermeneutisk och fenomenologisk metod vilka vilar på två delar, en deskriptiv del och en kvalitativ del, där litteratur och tidigare forskning adderas till intervjumaterialet. Till detta har likaledes ett fenomenologiskt raster lagts. Psykoterapeuternas berättelser är utgångspunkten för ett teoriskapande anslag. Resultat: Förändringsprocess definieras i denna studie såsom en upplevelse där känslan hos terapeut/konfident är att något påtagligt hänt/händer, ett utvecklingssteg av avgörande betydelse. Den kvalitativa analysens resultat fördelas i sex utkristalliserade huvudgrupper: språklig utveckling, att kunna förstå sin historia, smärta och sorg, interaktion, hantering av tid och ansvarstagande. Resultatet visar på individuella skillnader i konfidenternas uttryck i förändringsprocesser. Vidare visar studiens resultat på att konfidenters förändringsprocesser följer den jagstrukturerande psykoterapimetodens fasen. Interaktion och förhållningssätt är av avgörande betydelse för att en förändringsprocess skall bli möjligt. Förändringsprocesserna kan kopplas och förklaras utifrån den teoribildning som den jagstrukturerande psykoterapimetoden vilar på. Diskussion: Respondenterna beskriver förändringsprocesserna i deras kliniska arbete såsom en öppning av individens möjlighet att sträva mot mer jämställda och samorganiserade ordningar. Respondenterna beskriver detta som en sorts re-strukturering, som en grogrund, en plattform och utgångspunkt för en neuros-orienterad terapeutisk möjlighet vidare i livet. Struktur, förhållningssätt, insikt i sorg, förhållning till tid och livshistoria gör det möjligt att få till stånd en interaktion, reflektion och således förmåga till sublimering.
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Corpo, discurso e laço social: uma leitura dos Seminários XVI, XVII e XVIII de Jacques Lacan / Body, discourse and social bond: a reading of Jacques Lacans Seminars XVI, XVII and XVIII

Luiz Eduardo de Vasconcelos Moreira 19 December 2013 (has links)
O presente trabalho pretende investigar a relação entre as noções de corpo, discurso e laço social na chamada Teoria dos quatro discursos de Jacques Lacan. A pesquisa partiu de um levantamento bibliográfico (que não se pretende exaustivo, mas representativo) das possíveis leituras feitas dessa conceituação lacaniana. Esse levantamento permite perceber certa dispersão no campo de sua aplicação. Em seguida, apresenta-se uma leitura do Seminário XVII, O avesso da psicanálise, ministrado por Lacan no ano de 1969-1970 e escolhido por ser o momento em que os quatro discursos (a saber, do mestre, da histérica, do analista e da universidade) são apresentados e conceituados como modalidades de laço social. Dito de outro modo, consideramos que é neste momento que o termo discurso ganha densidade e especificidade conceitual. Esta leitura é subsidiada por uma apresentação dos seminários imediatamente anterior e posterior, de modo a destacar os desenvolvimentos lacanianos que levam à formulação dos quatro discursos. Deste modo, é possível: 1) comparar a conceituação lacaniana com as leituras que dela derivam e 2) esboçar uma noção de corpo que leve em conta a teoria dos quatro discursos / This work intends to investigate the relationship amongst the notions of body, discourse and social bond in the so called Theory of four discourses of Jacques Lacan. The research started with a bibliographic survey (which does not intend exhaustive, but representative) of the possible readings made of this lacanian conceptualization. This survey allowed us to perceive some dispersion in the field of its application. Then we present a reading of Seminar XVII, The other side of psychoanalysis, delivered by Lacan in 1969-1970 and chosen for being the moment when the four discourses (namely, of the master, of the hysteric, of the analyst and of the university) are presented and conceptualized as modalities of social bond. In other words, we consider that this is the moment when the term discourse gains conceptual density and specificity. This reading is subsidized by a presentation of the seminars right before and after the aforementioned, so as to highlight the lacanian developments that lead to the formulation of the four discourses. This way, it is possible: 1) to compare the lacanian conceptualization with the readings that derive from it and 2) to sketch a notion of body that takes into account the theory of the four discourses

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