biblio: Hurly-Burly, n. 1-2

We will present for our readers a list of texts with references to semblant and to sinthome that appear in the various print journals dedicated to psychoanalysis in the Lacanian orientation.

We start with Hurly-Burly, a relatively new journal published for the Freudian Field by the New Lacanian School, the newest School of the World Association of Psychoanalysis.

Hurly-Burly is available for purchase on the online bookstore of the École de la Cause freudienne.

HURLY-BURLY, n. 1

Jacques-Alain Miller, “Semblantes and Sinthomes : Presentation of the Theme of the VIIth Congress of WAP”: introduces the choice of the theme of semblant and sinthome for the Congress, and a vital concise summary of the importance of the topics in the clinic today

Nassia Linardou-Blanchet, “Sexuality Between Semblant and Real”: deft use of the concept of the semblant in clinical work

HURLY-BURLY, n. 2

Dominique Laurent, “The Queens of Semblants and the Empire of the Media”: the politics of the semblant, especially the phallic semblant, in the film The Queen

Ofelia Lopez, “Caravaggio and The Sinthome: Portrait of the Artist as a Gorgoneion”: Caravaggio’s painting as ruining the semblants

Dominique Laurent, “Woman”: translated from SCILICET: woman from the perspective of semblant and sinthome

Éric Laurent, “A Fundamental Point of Departure”: some remarks on nature as semblant

Jean-Pierre Klotz, “On Some Ways to ‘Stop and Go’ with Analytic Treatment”: the centrality of the symptom/sinthome in psychoanalysis



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