LRO 353: “Between Indocility and Rebellion*”


When they poured across the border
I was cautioned to surrender
This I could not do

(Leonard Cohen, The Partisan)

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LRO 353
13th July 2022


Between Indocility and Rebellion*
Janet Rachel | London, UK

“It is not from too great an indocility of individuals that the dangers for the future of humanity will come.”[1] This complex sentence was uttered by Jacques Lacan in 1945 on his return to France from a trip to England. He was talking to fellow psychiatrists about how psychoanalysis had been used by the British army to turn recalcitrant citizens into effective and willing soldiers…. [Read full article]

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