Christian Fierens – Chapter 3 The Logics of Sexuation The Psychoanalytic Discourse – A Second Reading of Lacan’s L’Etourdit

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 1-37 The Psychoanalytic Discourse.A Second Reading of Lacan’s L’Étourdit CHAPTER 3 THE LOGICS Of SEXUATION For classical logic, the real is approached in the order of truth: in principle it … Continue reading

Mary Cullen – Struggling with Lacans L’Etourdit and Fierens Second Reading

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 39-46 The paper outlines a circling around L’Etourdit and Christian Fierens’ second reading of it in order to find a ‘way in’. Starting from a place of ‘sense’- that of … Continue reading

James O’Connor – No words to say it IT? Exploratory Thoughts on Fierens’ ‘Equanimity’ of Speaking and ‘Autistic’ Positions in the Psychoanalytical Discourse

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 47-56 In his Second Reading of Lacan’s L’Etourdit, Christian Fierens introduces the autistic discourse – equating it to that of the speaker ‘…What the speaker says or what the autistic does…’. … Continue reading

Terry Ball – Psychoanalysis – A Mapping out – Turning the symbolic inside out

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 57-62 This paper considers the notion of psychoanalysis as a ‘mapping out’ which was put forward by Lacan in his 24th Seminar, L’insu que sait de l’une bévue s’aile à … Continue reading

Audrey McAleese – An Incorrect Interpretation

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 63-68 This paper explores Ruth Lebovici’s question as to whether or not she has made an incorrect interpretation.1 Lacan’s critique offers insight into the possible role Lebovici played in the … Continue reading

Monika Kobylarska – How Significant is the Concept of Inexact interpretation for the Psychoanalytic Clinic

The Letter 59 & 60 Summer – Autumn 2015, pages 69-76 This paper was presented at the inter-cartel meeting of The Irish School for Lacanian Psychoanalysis (ISLP) in the Milltown Institute on 13 June 2015. It addresses the concept of inexact interpretation … Continue reading