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Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War) explained Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War), review Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War), trailer Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War), box office Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War), analysis Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War), Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War) c722 Jacques Lacan Is The Foremost Psychoanalytic Theorist After Freud Revolutionising The Study Of Social Relations, His Work Has Been A Major Influence On Political Theory, Philosophy, Literature And The Arts, But His Thought Has So Far Been Studied Without A Serious Investigation Of Its Foundations Just What Are The Influences On His Thinking, So Crucial To Its Proper Understanding In Lacan The Silent Partners Slavoj I Ek, The Maverick Theorist And Pre Eminent Lacan Scholar, Has Marshalled Some Of The Greatest Thinkers Of Our Age In Support Of A Dazzling Re Evaluation Of Lacan S Work Focussing On Lacan S Silent Partners , Those Who Are The Hidden Inspiration To Lacanian Theory, They Discuss His Work In Relation To The Pre Socratics, Diderot, Hegel, Nietzsche, Schelling, H Lderlin, Wagner, Turgenev, Kafka, Henry James And ArtaudThis Major Collection, Including Three Essays By I Ek, Marks A New Era In The Study Of This Unsettling Thinker, Breathing New Life Into His Classic Work

  • Paperback
  • 406 pages
  • Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War)
  • Slavoj Žižek
  • English
  • 04 March 2019
  • 9781844675494

About the Author: Slavoj Žižek

Slavoj i ek is a Slovene sociologist, philosopher, and cultural critic He was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia then part of SFR Yugoslavia He received a Doctor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Ljubljana and studied psychoanalysis at the University of Paris VIII with Jacques Alain Miller and Fran ois Regnault In 1990 he was a candidate with the party Liberal Democracy of Slovenia for

10 thoughts on “Lacan: The Silent Partners (Wo Es War)

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    If you re interested in Lacan, do yourself a favor and open up this book to the first chapter and read Alain Badiou s essay on Lacan and the Pre Socratics It s a masterpiece After all, most people wouldn t think of the pre Socratics as a key influence on Lacan, but through a careful reading Badiou shows how the connections between love, hate, truth and knowledge were established by Empedocles and then radicalized by Heraclitus, the originary thinker of discord, of non relation p.11.Miran Bo ovi gives a superb reading of Diderot s Les Bijoux indiscrets although what it has to do with Lacan is not exactly clear, since he is not mentioned once in the whole essay.Adrian Johnston tries to ally Lacan with Schelling, another unlikely pairing Unlike Badiou, he doesn t have the relevant textual support, and this connection feels overly circumstantial.Timothy Huson brings together Lacan and Hegel, hardly a new combination, and while it s a decent reading, I felt like it was too optimistically synthetic in finding a solution to the dialectic of the subject.Silvia Ons chooses Nietzsche as her consort, wrongly claiming that the two have not been compared before I didn t find this chapter convincing.Joan Copjec takes a leaf out of her earlier book Read My Desire Lacan Against the Historicists by talking about Lacan and May 1968 She analyzes, in particular, the looming challenge of the university discourse to revolution, and the surprisingly positive role that shame can play in putting a reasonable limit on transgression There were parts of this essay I really liked, but others that were so abstract I could barely follow them.Bruno Bosteels has a long essay on Badiou that largely went over my head I need to read Badiou, clearly.Alenka Zupan i has a chapter on comedy that is a rehash of the opening chapter of The Odd One In On Comedy I m not impressed.Robert Pfaller also addresses comedy in his chapter, with somewhat better results Slavoj i ek contributes the next two chapters the first is on the interplay between real and imaginary that starts off well and then gets lost, the second is a defense of Wagner, a topic in which I have almost zero interest The next four chapters are all literary readings Sigi J ttkandt on Turgenev s First Love, i ek on Henry James, Mladen Dolar on Kafka, and Lorenzo Chiesa on Artaud.The book closes with a chapter by Fredric Jameson I am yet to see him write anything interesting about Lacan.Lacan The Silent Partners is not a perfect collection, but it does have some good stuff in here, with Badiou s opening essay being the clear highlight It is also refreshing to read a collection that doesn t have the same boring disciples of Jacques Alain Miller, but instead features a new generation of Lacanians who are far daring and innovative than the ones who have come before.

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