Radio Lacan

Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian Orientation

Presenters: Gil Caroz, Carmen Cuñat, Jean-Daniel Matet and Fabián Naparstek.
The round table was chaired by Laure Naveau and Miquel Bassols.
The WAP has owned Jacques Lacan's wager of "meeting at its horizon the subjectivity of his time". With the recent assaults in Paris affecting and targeting mainly the press and the Jewish community, a whole country, a whole discourse have been targeted. This unprecedented situation, for the singular context of the proffered justifications and their claims, raises the question of the sacred, of blasphemy, which may or may not be affected by speech and language in the object of jouissance. As noted by JacquesAlain Miller "The sacred mobilises ecstasy and fury. People kill and die for it”. The now traditional Evening of the WAP Council has a particular highlight. It aims at dealing from different angles with this knot, still not deciphered, of our closest reality. Miquel Bassols.
Gil Caroz is a psychoanalyst in Brussels, AME, member of the ECF and the WAP. He teaches at the Clinical Section in Brussels.
Jean-Daniel Matet is a psychoanalyst in Paris, AME of the ECF and member of the WAP. He teaches at the Clinical Section Île-de France. Member of the Council of the WAP and Secretary of Guarantee. He is the current President of the EFP.
Carmen Cuñat is a psychoanalyst in Madrid, member of the ELP and of the AMP.
Fabián Naparstek is former AE (Analyst of the School - 2002-2005), AME (Analyst Member of the School) of the EOL and member of the WAP. He has a Masters degree in psychoanalysis from Paris VIII University, and is Associate Professor at the Psychology Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires.
Episode 1
"Presentation" by Laure Naveau and Miquel Bassols.
“One must be able to get used to the real" by Jean Daniel Matet
21:32 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 02.02.2015
Episode 2
"A complicated life. Luis Buñuel and the sacred" by Carmen Cuñat.
"Some ideas on fanaticism" by Fabian Naparstek.
"When the sacred becomes sacrificing " by Gil Caroz
41:49 minutes | Audio in French | Recorded 02.02.2015
Pierre Naveau