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by Shoshana Felman

  • ISBN: 0674471210
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Shoshana Felman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press; Reprint edition (March 15, 1989)
  • Pages: 180
  • ePub book: 1940 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Felmans Lacan is an attractive figure, perhaps because no attempt is made to situate his thought in its biographical context or in relation to rival schools of contemporary psychoanalysis.

Felmans Lacan is an attractive figure, perhaps because no attempt is made to situate his thought in its biographical context or in relation to rival schools of contemporary psychoanalysis. Rather, Felman hyperbolically assumes that Freuds originality comes to light only through Lacan's. repetition (p. 54), and that the virtues of other theorists-and possible flaws in Lacan himself-may safely be ignored.

Shoshana F Jacques Lacan, one of the most influential and controversial French thinkers of the twentieth century, was a practicing and teaching psychoanalyst in Paris, but his revolutionary seminars on Freud reached out far beyond professional circles: they were enthusiastically.

Shoshana F Jacques Lacan, one of the most influential and controversial French thinkers of the twentieth century, was a practicing and teaching psychoanalyst in Paris, but his revolutionary seminars on Freud reached out far beyond professional circles: they were enthusiastically attended by writers, artists, scientists, philosophers, and intellectuals from many disciplines. Shoshana Felman elucidates the power and originality of Lacan's work. She brilliantly analyzes Lacan's investigation of psychoanalysis not as dogma but as an ongoing self-critical process of discovery.

Jacques Lacan, one of the most influential and controversial French thinkers of the twentieth century, was a practicing and . This book is a groundbreaking statement not only on Lacan but on psychoanalysis in general.

Jacques Lacan, one of the most influential and controversial French thinkers of the twentieth century, was a practicing and teaching psychoanalyst in Paris, but his revolutionary seminars on Freud reached out far beyond professional circles: they were enthusiastically attended by writers, artists, scientists, philosophers, and intellectuals from many disciplines.

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Jacques Lacan, Transference: The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book VIII. Writing and Madness: y/Psychoanalysis. Shoshana Felman - 1987 - Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 45 (3):314-316. Lacan and the Political. Yannis Stavrakakis - 1999 - Routledge. The Cambridge Companion to Lacan. Jean-Michel Rabaté (e. - 2003 - Cambridge University Press. Testimony: Crises of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis, and History. Shoshana Felman & Dori Laub - 1992 - Cardozo Studies in Law and.

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Jacques Lacan, one of the most influential and controversial French thinkers of the twentieth century, was a practicing and teaching psychoanalyst in Paris, but his revolutionary seminars on Freud reached out far beyond professional circles: they were enthusiastically attended by writers, artists, scientists, philosophers, and intellectuals from many disciplines.

Shoshana Felman elucidates the power and originality of Lacan’s work. She brilliantly analyzes Lacan’s investigation of psychoanalysis not as dogma but as an ongoing self-critical process of discovery. By focusing on Lacan’s singular way of making Freud’s thought new again―and of thus enabling us to participate in the very moment of intellectual struggle and insight―Felman shows how this moment of illumination has become crucial to contemporary thinking and has redefined insight as such. This book is a groundbreaking statement not only on Lacan but on psychoanalysis in general.

Felman argues that, contrary to popular opinion, Lacan’s preoccupation is with psychoanalytic practice rather than with theory for its own sake. His true clinical originality consists not in the incidental innovations that separate his theory from other psychoanalytic schools, but in the insight he gives us into the structural foundations of what is common to the practice of all schools: the transference action and the psychoanalytic dialogue. In chapters on Poe’s tale “The Purloined Letter”; Sophocles’s Oedipus plays, a case report by Melanie Klein, and Freud’s writings, Felman demonstrates Lacan’s rediscovery of these texts as renewed and renewable intellectual adventures and as parables of the psychoanalytic encounter. The book explores these questions: How and why does psychoanalytic practice work? What accounts for clinical success? What did Freud learn from the literary Oedipus, and how does Freud text take us beyond Oedipus? How does psychoanalysis inform, and radically displace, our conception of what learning is and of what reading is?

This book will be an intellectual event not only for clinicians and literary critics, but also for the broader audience of readers interested in contemporary thought.

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Dddasuk Dddasuk
To give credit where it's due, Felman can be a careful and compassionate reader. Apart from some moments in its final chapter, however, this volume gives little indication. The "insights" wrested from its pages can be summed up as follows: every interpretive act is an act of reading; all reading is performative; knowledge -- especially self-knowledge -- isn't transparent. Even if these ideas are new to you, you're still better off reading Henry James or watching Hitchcock.

More seriously: Felman's thinking and writing teaches bad habits. The overuse, for instance, of hyperbolic or overdetermined terms -- "radical" and "stakes" and "precisely," "language" and "trauma" and "reading" -- that need to be unpacked and justified if they're still to have any meaning, but which Felman leaves on the loose. The reliance on italicization of font rather than force of prose to mark emphasis. A mystification of the obvious, which we're asked to accept unquestioningly given the always-already of repetition or some such hallowed platitude. And more generally the passing off of redundancy for complexity, vocabulary shortage for austerity. Short of "adventure," this book leaves its less discerning readers with the delusion that they, too, can exalt the elliptical and call it "insight." If you want a consistently excellent introduction to Lacan, I strongly recommend the one by Malcolm Bowie instead.
Ieregr Ieregr
Never has there been such a display of the radical understanding of psychoanalysis beyond that which Lacan has left us. Felman brilliantly, lucidly, synthesizes Freud, Lacan, Literature, and Clinical practice into a model of understanding that can be understood, but not so easily written about. Felman has found that spot where language fails, and where the human experience stops making sense to us--and she makes sense of it with her language. Truly a transcendent work of genius and insight. A warning - this book deals with the highest stakes of psychoanalysis, and if understood well enough, it can have a profound effect on the reader. Approach Felman with caution.