Against Adaptation: Lacan's 'Subversion of the Subject' (The Lacanian Clinical Field) (The Lacanian Clinical Field)

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  • English
  • 05 July 2017
  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • 9781892746658
  • Against Adaptation: Lacan's 'Subversion of the Subject' (The Lacanian Clinical Field) (The Lacanian Clinical Field)
  • Philippe Van Haute

10 thoughts on “Against Adaptation: Lacan's 'Subversion of the Subject' (The Lacanian Clinical Field) (The Lacanian Clinical Field)

  1. Naeem says:

    A very clear, systematic, and expository textual analysis of Lacan s overall project The Lacan quotes and page numbers are in the footnotes and can thereby be avoided altogether I read this rather fast and will need to re read it But Van Haute offers many comparisons, mainly to Freud but also to Jung and other social theorists But mostly this is a detailed account of what Lacan has to offer The central point is that whereas other schools want the analysand to adapt and there by harmonize with reality, Lacan insists that reality is essentially riven Adaptation to something that is inherently divided and itself alienated is only going to produce divided and alienated selves The point of analysis is rather to come to terms with the essential inability of humans to be one with the world Health is the mode by which one comes to this inability I will record a few short quotes and then offer a criticism observation.The quotes are for those of us who are interested in the relationship between music, specifically rhythm, and the unconscious In other words, perversion and neurosis are each in their own way strategies to maintain desire against the incursions of jouissance, no matter what it takes.The pleasure pri...

  2. Micah says:

    This is exactly the book I needed to clarify some of Lacan s ideas that remained vague and cryptic to me Van Haute almost entirely limits himself to Lacan s lecture on The Subversion of the Subject and the Dialectic of Desire, where the graph of desire is laid out, so he can expand on very short but dense passages I discovered Lacan s interesting thoughts on the ego ideal were very much obscured by Sheridan s old translation Lacan says we identify with a specific trait a very simple idea whereas Sheridan has us identifying with an unbroken line I still have the impression that Lacan is discussing generalities about the human condition, which is fine, but philosophy than psychoanalysis Van Haute mak...

  3. Luke Echo says:

    Quite an extensive and enlightening commentary on The Subversion of the Subject.

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