Lacan, l'inconscio reinventato

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Lacan, the unconscious reinvented

Maria Teresa Maiocchi, Fulvio Marone

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[Autom. eng. transl.] The text focuses on the incidence of the Lacanian reading of the Freudian unconscious, in its explanations and in the perspective it innovates, in its novelties and its aporias. The well-known formula, "the unconscious structured as a language", is famous, but it is nothing but a door of entry_ It was then followed by another thesis, that of the "real unconscious", almost apparently dissonant , in any case decidedly new compared to what precedes it, the result of a complex work, which has made use of multiple tools, from linguistics to topology, which make the path bristling and at the same time fascinating. Why such a step? Seeking the Ariadne's thread of this trajectory in what remained unthought of in each stage of a teaching that is always in progress, the text elucidates the implicit questions which, at every step, animate and establish the path, trace the lines that follow for the clinical of the subject, of the symptoms, of the affections, and for the practice of the cure today, its purpose is often difficult to understand by the clinician - its political scope. If many, after Freud, have thought of reinventing psychoanalysis, this work asserts what of this reinvention has succeeded and the perspective that can draw for the troubled subject of modernity.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Lacan, the unconscious reinvented
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLacan, l'inconscio reinventato
Number of pages224
Publication statusPublished - 2010


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