About time - How does time become crucial in Lacan's structure and technique? A temporality of the subject is nodal in psychoanalysis as the time of the transference is represented by the untwisting of words. Freud treats time in a strategic way to obtain a Nachtraglichkeit, wich is essential to untie it from chronology, while Lacan, at the beginning of his career, coins the idea of a logical time. Lacan's psychic reality and its incidence take root in the "tecnical effects of time" (the 5os), insisting on transference as a " relation that is essentially conncected to time and its handling" (the 60s), to re-propose themselves as the historization of an irreducible and singular real. This time of the unconscious would be a challenge for psychoanalysis: a time without which psychonalysis will have been like "any other therapy".
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] The good hour|
|Numero di pagine||31|
|Volume||gennaio aprile 2015|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2015|