What are the Guiding Principles of Psychoanalysis?

October 5, 2008

A concise, but exquisite piece of writing can be found on lacan.com, which summarizes the eight guiding principles of (not only, but mainly lacanian) psychoanalysis written by Eric Laurent.

It issues the non-standardizable existence of psychoanalysis as well as the significance of words during sessions.

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4 Responses to “What are the Guiding Principles of Psychoanalysis?”


  1. […] entitled “What are the Guiding Principles of Psychoanalysis?” and linked me to the interesting Drugs in Milk blog. Now that’s the question I had been asking myself since May 2007. The entry was short, and […]

  2. kelemenzsolt Says:

    Thank You! Also if You’re interested in Art and (Lacanian)Psychoanalysis, these might be helpful links:

    forum:
    http://www.lacan.com/lacart.htm

    book:
    http://us.macmillan.com/lacanreframed

    blog w/ photos:
    http://chrissands.wordpress.com/

  3. Laura Says:

    Thanks! Especially for the Lacan reframed book, which is exactly what my course needs! I have ordered it and will let you know if it is any good… Meanwhile, I am off to see whether Rabaté has some clues about the relationship between Lacan and Marcel Duchamp’s last work. Another link in the chain…


  4. […] alerts entry returned to me by the logical, but unexpected medium of… Google alerts and Drugs in Milk, who recommended me links, continuing this never-ending network of references. What did I expect? […]


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