of the New Lacanian School
From the Early to the Late Lacan on Psychosis
in a linguistics of speech and action, the language acts of the
psychotic subject modify the language he uses to the point that the new
language modified by language acts can take on board the meaningless
messages that were circulating outside any norm.”
Eric Laurent: Psychosis or Radical Belief in the Symptom, NLS Messager, November 10 2002.
Location: The Conway Hall, London WC1
Drives and Their Vicissitudes, SE 14, p. 119
Project for a Scientific Psychology, SE 1, p. 373
The Uncanny, SE 17, pp. 248, 249
Notes on a Case of Paranoia (1911), SE 12: 14, 19, 20, 24, 25, 38, 39, 48, 70, 71, 73
Neurosis and Psychosis, SE 19, 151.
The Dynamics of Transference, SE 12: 107.
The Loss of Reality in Neurosis and Psychosis (1924), SE 19, pp. 184, 185. The key paper for commentary this seminar.
On a Question Prior to Any Possible Treatment. . . Ecrits, 454, 466
S 11: p. 218
Position of the Unconscious, 714, 716.
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