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Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian Orientation

Eric Laurent gave a lecture on June 11th, 2014 in Paris as a closing of the course " Lacanian Subversion and gender theories " animated by Clotilde Leguil and Fabián Fajnwaks *. Under the title: "Subversion of subversion" Eric Laurent showed how Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian orientation subverts the theories of gender from subversion in the field of the parletre’s jouissance. Beyond the signs of the sexed and of purported, performative gender acts, Psychoanalysis reveals differences in the modes of joy - which do not overlap the biological difference: phallic, reachable at the organ, or feminine joy, which is presented as a subversion par excellence, as an event in the body which overflows it, such as an encounter with "a pure immanence", without transcendence". These are some of the points addressed by Eric Laurent in his lecture: the politics of feminism, nomination, and the overflow of the feminine joy, the significant difference and the pragmatics of sexed bodies, feminine joy between certainty and fiction, between silence and the ways of saying and the real place of object a . By way of conclusion, Eric Laurent specified the consequences of the multiple policy and the idea of a "pre oedipal" subject according to Butler and the way of a different policy of the multiple in Lacan, in this 'post-Oedipal’’ world in which neurotic love for the father coexists along paternal perversion and more or less widespread rejection of the parents' Eric Laurent is psychoanalyst in Paris, AME (Analyst member of the School), Member of the ECF and the WAP. * Thanks to Clotilde Leguil and Fabián Fanjwaks responsible for the Seminar: “Lacanian Subversion and gender theories ", which took place on the premises of the ECF since the end of 2013.
Episode 1
Introduction
By Clotilde Leguil
2:41 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 11.06.2014
Episode 2
Part 1
31:21 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 11.06.2014
Episode 3
Part 2
26:36 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 11.06.2014
Pierre Naveau