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Posts tagged ‘Jacques Lacan’

The singular and the specific

Recent French philosophy
by / RP 099 (Jan/Feb 2000) / Article

‘Radical evil’ revived

Hitler, Kant, Luther, neo-Lacanianism
by / RP 098 (Nov/Dec 1999) / Article

Cantor, Lacan, Mao, Beckett, meme combat

The philosophy of Alain Badiou
by / RP 093 (Jan/Feb 1999) / Article

92 Reviews

by , , , , , , , and / RP 092 (Nov/Dec 1998) / Reviews

Elisabeth Roudinesco, Jacques Lacan David Macey

Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, The Communist Manifesto: A Modern Edition Chris Arthur

Keith Ansell Pearson, Viroid Life: Perspectives on Nietzsche and the Transhuman Condition Keith Ansell Pearson, ed., Deleuze and Philosophy: The Difference Engineer Iain MacKenzie

Maureen Ramsay, Whatʼs Wrong with Liberalism? Bob Brecher

Bernard Burgoyne and Mary …

Time and the working mother

Kristeva’s ‘Women’s Time’ revisited
by / RP 091 (Sep/Oct 1998) / Article

If there is one issue that occupies current debates in the media, and that is shaping British society in the last years of the century, it is the nature of time. This is arguably less to do with millennial fever than with the transformations in working practices which have, for the first time since the …

Ghostlier demarcations

On the posthumous edition of Althusser’s writings
by / RP 090 (Jul/Aug 1998) / Article

ʻWe do not publish our own drafts, that is, our own mistakes, but we do sometimes publish other peopleʼs.ʼ – Louis Althusser, 1963

‘What use is Althusser?’ The question rhetorically posed on the Left Bank in 1968, as structures took to the streets, invites reactions other than the blunt rien of (some of) those who …

Mind, reality and politics

by / RP 088 (Mar/Apr 1998) / Article

Stuart Hall

Culture and Power
by , and / RP 086 (Nov/Dec 1997) / Interview

RP: How would you describe the current state of cultural studies in Britain in relation to its past?

Hall: Itʼs a question of how far back you want to go, because everybody has a narrative about this and everybodyʼs narrative is different. There was certainly something distinctive about the founding moment in the 1960s, but …

Historicism and Lacanian theory

by / RP 079 (Sep/Oct 1996) / Article

Fatal Attraction

Jean Laplanche on sexuality, subjectivity and singularity in the work of Sigmund Freud
by / RP 073 (Sep/Oct 1995) / Article

The tremor of reflection

Slavoj Žižek's Lacanian dialectics
by / RP 072 (Jul/Aug 1995) / Article

At first glance, the work of the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek seems to offer an irresistible range of attractions for theorists wishing to engage with contemporary culture, without accepting the flimsy postmodernist doxa which is often the only available gloss on it. Zizek’s thought is still strongly coloured by his Althusserian background, and …

Hiding Out or Moving On?

Feminism in Psychoanalysis
by / RP 068 (Autumn 1994) / Commentary

‘Why are we all here?’, Juliet Mitchell asks her audience, rhetorically. She is opening a conference in London held in May to mark the twentieth anniversary of the publication of her book Psychoanalysis and Feminism. ‘Why are we all here, and not there – as feminists, that is – in the world, in the field? …

Fleshy Memory

by / RP 065 (Autumn 1993) / Commentary

Slavoj Žižek and Renata Salecl

Lacan in Slovenia
by , and / RP 058 (Summer 1991) / Interview

Socialism, Feminism and Men

by / RP 053 (Autumn 1989) / Article

51 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , and / RP 051 (Spring 1989) / Reviews

Gregory Elliott, Althusser: The Detour of Theory Peter Osborne

R. Bhaskar, Scientific Realism and Human Emancipation Paul Fox-Strangways

Jacques Lacan, The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book 1: Freud’s Papers on Technique 1953-1954, Book 2: The Ego in Freud’ s Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis 1954-1955 David Macey

Peter Clark and Crispin Wright, eds., …

The Eupsychian Impulse

Psychoanalysis and Left politics since '68
by / RP 048 (Spring 1988) / Article

Luce Irigaray and the Female Imaginary

Speaking as a Woman
by / RP 043 (Summer 1986) / Article

Although Luce Irigaray’s name is beginning to be come more familiar in England, her work has not, for the most part, been translated, so that non-French- speaking readers have had to confine themselves to the odd bits and pieces – the translation of an interview in Ideology and Consciousness (1977), a few excerpts …

Fragments of an Analysis: Lacan in Context

Including Chris Arthur's 'Notes on the Animal Kingdom of the Spirit'
by and / RP 035 (Autumn 1983) / Article

The Sceptical Feminist’; A Lacanian Psychoanalyst’s Comment on John Bird

by and / RP 034 (Summer 1983) / Extras