Introducing the Lacanian Review Online


The best image to sum up the unconscious is Baltimore in early morning
(Jacques Lacan, Johns Hopkins University, 1966)

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Freedom of Speech East and West; Easier Said than Done

Both the French and the Americans, while voicing their profound attachment to the principle of free speech, impose limitations upon it.
If free association can only exist where public policy guarantees the exercise of free speech, then this is as good an opportunity as ever for LRO, to start a conversation between psychoanalysts, academics and intellectuals on both sides of the Atlantic. 
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Two Others

Contrary to life in the United States, life in France can best be described as boring and frustrating. At every turn one is reminded that full jouissance is impossible. Public transportation stops running early. Delicious soft drinks only come in small cups. France does not understand that capitalism is a carnival, and carnivals are supposed to be fun.
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