Jacques Lacan's Return to Freud: The Real, the Symbolic, and the Imaginary by Philippe Julien (Hardback, 1994)
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- DescriptionAmong the numerous introductions to Lacan published to date in English, Philippe Julien's work is certainly outstanding. Beyond its conceptual clarity the book constitutes an excellent guide to Lacanian psychoanalytic practice. --Andr Patsalides, Psychoanalyst and President, Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis From 1953 to 1980, Jacques Lacan sought to accomplish a return to Freud beyond post- Freudianism. He defined this return as a new convenant with the meaning to the Freudian discovery. Each year through his teaching, he brought about this return. What was at stake in this renewal? Philippe Julien, who joined Lacan's Ecole Freudienne de Paris in 1968, attempts to answer this question. Situtated in the period after-Lacan, Julien shows that Lacan's return to Freud was neither a closing of the Freudian text by responding to questions left unanswered r a reopening of the text by giving endless new interpretations. Neither dogmatic r hermeneutic, Lacan's return to Frued was the return of an inevitable discordance between our experience of the unconscious and any attempt to give an account of it. For the unconscious, by its very nature, disappears at the same moment as it is discovered. It is in this sense that the author can claim that Lacan's return to Freud will have been Freudian. Constantly challenging the reader to submit to the rigors of Lacan's sinuous thinking, this penetrating work goes far beyond being a mere introduction. Rendered into elegant English by the American translator, who added numerous foottes and scholarly references to the French original, this study brings Lacanian scholarship among English readers to a new level of sophistication. Neither dogmatic r hermeneutic, Lacan's return to Freud was the return of an inevitable discordance between our experience of the unconscious and any attempt to give an account of it. For the unconscious, by its very nature, disappears at the same moment as it is discovered. It is in this sense that the author can claim that Lacan's return to Freud was Freudian.
- Author BiographyPhilippe Julien is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Paris and is co-founder of the Ecole Lacanienne de Psychanalyse. He is the author of Le Manteau de No: Essai sur la paternit. Devra Bech Simiu received her Ph.D. in philosophy from Georgetown University and is currently working on a book about Lacan's theory of the mirror stage.
- Author(s)Philippe Julien
- PublisherNew York University Press
- Date of Publication01/06/1994
- SubjectPsychology: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintNew York University Press
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight454 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Translated byDevra Beck Simiu
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