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Overview

The Clinical Lacan, a companion text to the Introduction to the Reading of Lacan, focuses on the concept of the psychic structures of desire. With the help of exciting clinical examples, Dor explains the crucial difference between symptomsthat is, what can be phenomenologically grasped - and the actual psychic structure of the subject, a structure that can be revealed only through the discourse of the patient in the psychoanalytic situation. In keeping with the intent of the Lacanian Clinical Field series, this manual brings life and practically to a psychoanalytic movement that has been misperceived in this country as over-intellectualized and divorced from the daily vicissitudes of analytic work.

Lectures to psychoanalysts in training, provides landmarks that guide Lacanian psychoanalytic practice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892746054
  • Publisher: Other Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/17/1998
  • Series: Lacanian Clinical Field Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 158
  • Product dimensions: 0.37 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

Table of Contents

The Lacanian Clinical Field: Series Overview
Editor's Preface
Introduction
1 The Concept of Diagnosis in Psychoanalysis 3
2 Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Structural Traits 9
3 The Paternal Function and Psychic Structures 17
4 The Freudian View of Perversions 31
5 The Anchoring Point of Perversions 39
6 The Differential Diagnosis of Perversions, Hysteria, and Obsessional Neurosis 45
7 The Pervert and the Law of the Father 51
8 The Phallic Mother 55
9 A New Differential Diagnosis between Neurotic Structures and Perversions 59
10 Hysterical Structure and Phallic Logic 71
11 Features of the Hysterical Structure 75
12 The Hysterical Woman and Sex 83
13 Masculine Hysteria 95
14 The Male Hysteric and Sex 101
15 The Problematics of Obsessional Neurosis 109
16 Features of the Obsessional Structure 113
17 The Obsessional, Loss, and the Law of the Father 119
18 The Obsessional and His Love Objects 125
References 131
Index 135
Contributors 139
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