LRO 336: “Psychoanalysis, Science Fiction, and Climate Change”


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

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LRO 336
13th April 2022


Psychoanalysis, Science Fiction, and Climate Change
Thomas Svolos | Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A.

In November 2021, psychoanalyst Gustavo Dessal challenged psychoanalysts to take account of climate change, which he referred to as a “blind spot” in the discourse of Lacanian psychoanalysis.[1] When it comes to the issue of climate change and the future of our planet, what might a psychoanalyst have to say about this from the perspective of psychoanalysis? What does psychoanalysis have to say about this whole set of issues that cover climate, geology, science, policy, media, international affairs, ecology and all the other discourses that address the topic?…. [Read full article]

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