ICLO-NLS Clinical and Theoretical Seminar with Gustavo Dessal

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THE SLIP OF SEX. SOME REMARKS ON THE SO-CALLED GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER “While gender studies strive to construct theories about identity (“Am I a woman captive in a man’s body?”,”Am I a man born in the wrong body?”), Lacan is going to sustain the impossibility for psychoanalysis to found a new ontology, because the jouissance of the body, in the …

ICLO-NLS 5th Study-Day

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Dublin, 11th March 2017 THE UNCONCIOUS. For And Against. with Lilia Mahjoub, President of the NLS   Argument Psychoanalysis was born from allowing and encouraging people to speak freely, to ‘say everything and anything that comes to mind’. This brought to light, in language, the fundamental split of the human subject: a dimension beyond one’s rational control and one’s conscious …

“The Desire for Supervision” with Véronique Voruz

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SPACE FORMATION OF THE ANALYST AND ITS SCHOOL “The Desire for Supervision” Véronique Voruz   “There is no definition of what it is to be an analyst, since an analyst, as Lacan conceived it, is non-conforming: in other words, the only knowledge that matters in occupying an analytical position is the knowledge developed out of one’s symptom. This is why …

“The Place of Images in an Analysis”

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ICLO-NLS Clinical & Theoretical Seminar 2016/17 THE PLACE OF IMAGES IN AN ANALYSIS with Véronique Voruz   “Our civilisation appears to be one in which images prevail and organise subjective realities. By contrast, an analysis insists on the primacy of the signifier. Indeed, there are no images that are not also associated with a word: a trait, an affect, a …

Welcome 2017!

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With very best wishes to each and all, from ICLO-NLS

ICLO-NLS Open Event: Film Screening & Debate

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The ICLO-NLS Special Interest Group (SIG) Child & Adolescent Lacanian Psychoanalysis invites you to the Irish Premiere of the film Like an Open Sky by Mariana Otero The event is open to all: practitioners, educators, carers and anyone with an interest in questioning one’s understanding of and responses to subjectivity. This film is crucial viewing for those who work with …