The Lacanian Review
It’s all kinds of new!
New? Well, not so new – the journal of the New Lacanian School continues on from Hurly-Burly and stimulates debates around the main events of our working community.
New? Well, yes, very new – it is now also the Anglophone Journal of the World Association of Psychoanalysis and contributes to a worldwide debate between the Schools affiliated to the WAP
How new? Well, absolutely new – in its content as well as in its aim and presentation.
¾ Reduction: the pass replaces the training analysis and ensures that the results ofyour own analysis are transmitted. Results of analytic experience, shrunk and extracted through an analysis, will be presented in each issue.
¾ Supervision, which we call control because it deals with words and speech, not vision.
Oh My God(s) !
All over the world, religions have become a prominent topic causing pain, casualties and blood. What does psychoanalysis know about Gods? What can other forms of knowledge teach psychoanalysis about religions and their subjective manifestations, such as faith? What effects do scientific developments have on religions and beliefs? Is Science replacing belief with certainty? Conversations, articles, interviews are presented here to help clarify the modern mutations of religions and their subjective effects. A solid knowledge made out of the advances in different scientific fields.
The general conversation in The Lacanian Review is vital for the psychoanalysist to know “the whorl into which his era draws him in the ongoing enterprise of Babel”. And, today, the English language is a Babel all of its own
OMG! All That New? Yes – Lacan keeps on being new, no matter how many times you read him. Opening this first issue you will discover:
New, last but not least for The Lacanian Review, TLR: you can subscribe to a paper copy, to a digital copy, or to both at a reduced price! Subscribe here Enjoy!
Marie-Hélène Brousse, Chief Editor
with Véronique Voruz, Managing Editor, & Colin Wright, Deputy Managing Editor.
Table of Contents
Thematic section: OH MY GODS! (OMGS)
Jacques Lacan, ‘Religions and the Real’
Marie-Hélène Brousse, ‘To Exorcise that Good Old God
Diarmaid McCulloch and Denis Crouzet, ‘Religious Schisms Past and Present’
“Oh Ye of Little Faith!”
Jacques-Alain Miller, ‘The Logical and the Oracular’
Ron Naiweld, ‘What is a Culture Without Faith?’
Faith no more!
Tom Harding, ‘Negative Theology and Psychoanalysis’
Michael Barkun, ‘Trust No One’
Dalia Arpin, ‘A Fundamentally Unbelieving Time’
Ron Naiweld, Why I Love my Mother Tongue
Elizabeth Stewart, ‘Michael Angelo’s Last Pieta: From Semblant to Sinthome’
Gérard Wajcman, ‘Innocent Images’
The God of Numbers
Jacques-Alain Miller, ‘Desire for Certainty: Descartes and the Order of Reasons’
Éric Laurent, ‘The Society of Digital Distrust’
Colin Wright, ‘The Tyranny of the Average’
Clotilde Leguil, ‘Cognitivism or the Language of the Man without Qualities’
“This is my body”
Miquel Bassols, ‘Ramon Llull’s Amancia: A Mysticism or a Science of Love?
Formations of the Analyst
Jacques-Alain Miller, Three Remarks on Supervision
Reduction: Analysts of the School
Danièle Lacadée-Labro, The Obscure Light
Jérôme Lecaux, You Can’t Read What You Have Written, But You Can Sign Off
Ana Aromí, Silent Storm
Marie Hélène Blancard, Crisis and the End of Analysis
Bruno de Halleux, A Fall
Let’s Go! WAP/NLS
Éric Laurent, The Unconscious and the Body Event
Yves Vanderveken, Towards a Generalisation of the Clinic of Discreet Signs
Clinical work NLS Congress, Geneva
Claudia Iddan, The Point of Panic and the Malicious Other
Barbara Kowalów, In the Face of …., One is Entitled To
Ann Lysy and Florencia Shanahan, The Missing Partner
Luc Vander Vennet, The Body in the Analysand-Analyst … Couple