PhD in Existential Analysis and Philosophy

PhD in Existential Analysis and Philosophy

 

PROGRAM

 

First Year

  1. The Being and of the Nothingness
    In Search of the Self
    The idea of phenomenon
    The phenomenon of being and the being of the phenomenon
    The pre-reflective cogito, being of the Percipere and of the percipi
    The ontological proof
    Being-in-itself
    The problem of Nothing
    The origin of negation
    Interrogation and denials
    Dialectical and phenomenologic of the Nothingness
    The origin of nothingness
    The Bad Faith
    Bad Faith and lie
    The behaviors of the bad faith
    The Faith of the bad faith
    Being-for-itself
    The presence to self
    The factuality of the For-itself
    For-itself, the being of value and being of the possible
    The Ego and the the ipseity circuit
    Temporality
    Phenomenology of temporal dimensions (past, present and future)
    Ontology of temporality (static and dynamic)
    Original and psychic temporality: reflection
    Transcendence
    Knowledge as a sort of relationship between the for-itself and the in-itself
    Determination as negation
    Quality and quantity, potentiality, and the utilitarian
    World Time
    Knowledge
    The To-Other
    The problem of the existence of neighbor
    The obstacle of solipsism
    Hegel, Husserl and Heidegger
    The Look
    The Body
    The body as being-for-itself and the facticity
    The body-for-others
    Third ontological dimension of the body
    Concrete relations with the other
    First attitude toward neighbor: love, language, masochism
    Second attitudes: indifference, desire, hatred, sadism
    Being-with (Mitsein) and the we
    The We-object and we-subject
    Being and Doing: The Freedom
    Freedom as a first condition of the action
    Freedom and factuality of the situation
    Place-in-the-world and Death
    Freedom and responsibility
    Do and Have
    Existential psychoanalysis
    Possession
    Of the quality as revelatory of being
    In-itself and for-itself, metaphysical guidelines
    Moral perspectives

  1. The doctrine of Being
    Self
    Incomprehensibility of the beginning of being
    Nothingness
    Opposition of the being and the nothingness in the representation
    Becoming: unity of being and nothingness
    Moments and overcoming of becoming
    Dialectic of being-there (Dasein)
    Dasein in its maximum generality
    Finitude: destination, constitution, term, self determination
    Passage to infinity
    Dailéctica of being-for-itself
    The dialectic of the quantity
    The measure, step to the essence

  1. The doctrine of the Essence
    The essence as reflection in itself
    appearance
    Essentialities or determinations of reflection
    the foundation
    The essence appears
    existence
    Appearance or phenomenon
    essential relationship
    Manifestation of the essence
    The absolute
    the Real

  1. Science of the subjective logic as a doctrine of the concept
    Subjectivity in its immediacy
    The concept
    The qualitative judgment (of Dasein) and quantitative (reflection)
    The syllogism of Dasein, of the reflection and of the need
    Immersion in the objectivity
    The Idea as the realm of freedom
    Life, knowing and wanting
    Idea of the true and the analytical knowledge
    Synthetic Knowing
    Idea of goodness
    Absolute Idea

  1. Desire in Hegel and Sartre
    Discussion about the terminological desire
    The desire in the Phenomenology of Spirit (Hegel)
    Meaning of the desire
    Development, derivations and destination of the Hegelian desire
    Location of Desire in Being and Nothingness (Sartre)
    The desire in itself
    The for-another of the desire
    Development and destination of the Sartrean desire
    Re-union of the Hegelian desire and the Sartrean desire

  1. The Idea of Death in Hegel (Alexander Kojeve)
  2. Philosophy and Merleau-Ponty
    Eulogy of the philosophy
    The indirect language
    The voices of silence

  1. The world of perception (M. Ponty)
    The perceived world and the world of the science
    Space
    Sensible things
    Animality
    The man seen from outside
    Art and the perceived world
    Classical world and the modern world

  1. Hermeneutic phenomenology and postmetaphysical
    – Deconstruction of Metaphysics
    – hermeneutics of the difference
    – Transformer return of the metaphysics from hermeneutic phenomenology
    – The metaphoricity metaphysics of language in Ricoeur
    – A new metaphysics of life
    – Phenomenological Realism
    – The reform of reason and the idea of ??being
    – Transmutation linguistics of metaphysics of life
    – By phenomenology to metaphysics
    – Sensitivity analysis and sentient intellection
    – New ideas of reality and truth (real)
    – The modes of intellection
    – Zubirian Philosophy of the intelligence
    – New metaphysics as “physics of the trans”
    – Post-Nietzschean Metaphysics

  1. Heidegger and lost philosophy
    – Philosophy of Being
    – The relationship with the Kyoto School
    – Nothing and Emptiness
    – Pure Experience
    – The koan – Heideggerian Meditation
    – The detachment and abandonment (desist)
    – Gelassenheit and the Buddhist meditator thinking
    – The phenomenon and essence
    – The art and poetry: the search for the lost-sacred
    – Praxis
    – The limits and ends of philosophical thought
    – Overcoming of Nihilism: impermanence and in-substantialization
    – The hermeneutic turn of phenomenology
    – Being as a coverup-un coverup
    – Being as fate and freedom
    – The oblivion of Being and the metaphysics of the presence
    – The technique and the consummation of metaphysics
    – The opening of the dialectical dimension
    – The Buddha transformative praxis, Marx and Heidegger
    – Dialectics as planetary dimension

  1. Existential analysis
    – The first philosophy
    – Destruction of ontology
    – Uprising of the oblivion of being
    – The question of being: universality and indefinability
    – Unconcealment of being after half understanding
    – Modes of access to dasein
    – Being-in-the-world as from being there as such
    – Primacy of existence over the essence
    – Property and impropriety
    – The open and true
    – Being there and facticity
    – The zen topology, spatiality, temporality and corporeality
    – Being in the world and worldliness (coexistence with others)
    – The daily being-itself and the One (the buddhic average understanding)
    – Being in: its affective dispocion, fear and existential angst, the phenomenon of the fall, care.
    – The understanding and the interpretation

  1. Fundamental ideas of existential phenomenology
    Existential Phenomenology as unitary movement
    Materialistic and spiritualistic Monism
    The existing subject as cogito
    The existing person as volo (I want)) and as ago (I act)
    The body as subject’s transition to the world
    Ontological status mundane meaning
    What is not phenomenology
    The existence as coexistence
    The essence of justice
    Sociological and ethical ways to coexist
    Origin of the legal right
    Phenomenology of natural law

 

Second Year

  1. Freud and Heraclitus
    The scientific ideal of Freud’s time
    against Descartes
    A new epistemology
    Between knowing and poetry
    Heraclitus: mythos and physis
    Philosophy of the pure flow or thinking of the essential
    Discovery of pulsional game
    Forgetting and truth
    Introduction of Narcissism
    The myth of Narcissus and Echo
    Beyond the Pleasure Principle
    Analysis and Interpretation of Heraclitean corpus
    Lichtung: between scientific knowledge and philosophical thought

  1. Wittgenstein and Psychoanalysis
    Delusion
    Teaching
    Free Association
    Perspicuous representation
    Skepticism
    The know
    Theory
    Causes and reasons
    the Rite
    The self

  1. The Unconscious Creator
    The potential to discover in oneself
    The rite of incubation
    Empedocles, Plato and Aristotle
    Functions and Statute the unconscious
    Intuition
    Concept of crisis
    Creativity
    Timelessness
    Philosophy and Psychoanalysis

  1. Philosophy, Logic and Psychoanalysis
    Knowledge and interpretation
    Language and referring in analytical practice
    Speech Acts
    The function in psychoanalytic discourse
    Models of the unconscious
    Paraconsistency and psychoanalysis
    Logic and psychoanalysis
    The logic of the obsessive
    The problem of intra-clinical validation of the analytical hypothesis
    About the explanation in psychoanalysis
    Epistemological considerations about the somatic disorders

  1. Frontiers of Analysis in Philosophy Saying
    In-complete the Know
    Lacan and philosophical discourse
    Confrontation and legitimation
    Heidegger as a deviation limit of reading
    Freud from Descartes to Lacan
    Metaphysical mediations and Interpretation of Dreams *
    Of the Subject of Certainty
    Poetizing thinking of Heidegger
    The problem of applied psychoanalysis
    An Ethics of the discourse
    Conception of Poetry
    Traces of German Idealism in Freud and Nietzsche
    Concept of Dissolution (Untergang)
    Among dialectical mediation and repetition
    The distance of the changeless Absolute
    The debt of the Reason
    The Act-unfinished
    Aristotelian entelechy significant absence
    Conception of the contemporary subject and analytical future
  2. Philosophy <> Analysis
    Ancient philosophy and treatment in the enjoyment
    Psychoanalysis and the decline of the ideals
    From the truth to the discourses
    The Real
    Traumatized philosophy by the analysis
    Philosophers on the undersides
    Anti philosopher Deleuze
    Anti-Oedipus or beyond Oedipus?
    Anti philosopher Kierkegaard
    Marx and Lacan
    Plus of the enjoyment of the Hegelian master
    The passions of the soul
    Lacanian Variations on the Cartesian cogito
    Lacan with Sartre
    The subject of desire
    Transcendence and facticity of the for-itself
    Disjunction of consciousness and the ego
    Desire-to-be as impulse of loss
    Dialogue between Lacan and Foucault

  1. Psychoanalytic Archaeology of Knowledge (M. Foucault)
    Order of psychoanalytic discourse
    Structure, language and representation
    From the indescribable to the negativity
    The birth of the psychoanalytic clinic
    Sociology of the analysis
    Words and things
    Monitor and punish
    The life of infamous subjects
    The will-to-know
    History of Madness
    The female body
    hysteria
    the Sex
    Mysticism from post Foucauldian analysis

  1. Myths and Psychoanalysis
    Myths and psychic structure
    Myth, symbolism and creativity
    Myth and know
    The personal myth in psychoanalysis: function, structure, concept
    Myths about birth and death
    Contemporary mythical tales
    Classical myths, Latin American and Eastern myths

  1. The Destination: Aristotle, Freud and Lacan
    Destination of figures
    Unconscious and destination
    The meeting of the Real
    Tyché andAutomaton in Aristotle
    Lacanian Interpretation
    The particular and the universal
    From physics to modern mathematics
    From the psychic causality to the four causes of the subject
    Lacanian Causality
    Freudian Causality
    Causal Cleavage
    The place of the Real; between trauma and ghost
    Grief and the melancholy
    The destination hysterical neurosis
    Old destination,  Freudian destination
    Literary creation and daydream
    Grief and the object relation
    the anguish
    Grief and love
    From despair to the anguish for the lost object
    Narcissistic and hysterical identification
    Love and hate in the duel and melancholy
    Where that was that the subject emerge demands
    Identification and choice of object
    Cause and end
    The trauma and the event
    Cause and reminiscence in hysteria
    The end of the cure

  1. Pleasure and well: Plato, Aristotle and Freud
    The enjoyment as a political category
    The platonic way
    The flexibility of the genre
    The anticipated pleasure and the desire
    Government of the polis and government  of pleasure
    Pleasure in Aristotle
    The divinization of pleasure
    Pleasure in politics
    incontinence
    Freud and the impression of antiquity
    Against the peace of the soul
    The perishable eternal

  1. The death impulse: between psychoanalysis and philosophy
    Signification and the faces of the death impulse
    Psychoanalytic speculation
    The un-treatable sociality
    Mistake of instinct
    Refusing of femininity
    The present death
    Return to Project
    Guilt and primary masochism
    Tragic scene and Psychoanalytic structure
    The enjoyment: beyond the Freudian economy
    The civilization of hatred and non-love
    Death impulse and the power over life
    Death and its work
    The bad news
    Impulses of aggression and symbolic failures
  2. Anguish: between philosophy and analysis
    The lost object as loose piece to logical consistency
    The object analyst
    Anguish, between empty and spirituality
    Original sin and Kierkegaard
    Psychic reality is religious
    Death and Transfiguration
    The journey of the Real: Hegel, Nietzsche and Lacan
    Of the anguished subject to the dejected man
    The names of the anguish in living badly
    Damned Poetry , anguish and art
    Nietzsche and ethics of psychoanalysis
    The nature of the semblances

  1. Althusser and Psychoanalysis
    Rediscovery of Marx and Freud
    Anti-psychologism and anti-humanism
    Overdetermination and structural causality
    symptomatic reading
    Theory of unconscious ideology
    Marxist ideological representation
    Dream and unconscious
    Eternity of the unconscious and materialism of imaginary ideology
    Ideological constitution of the subject
    Ideology and the Symbolic
    Ideology and the Imaginary
    Oppressed Subjectivity

 

 

Third Year

  1. Lacan and Heidegger
    The brotherhood of a genuine say
    The issue of truth
    Aletheia <> Verborgenheint
    What the analyst makes absent
    The cause of identity: idealization or absolute difference?
    Four Discourses
    Vicinity of poetry and psychoanalysis
    Approximating the Real
    Saying being
    The extimity in the artwork
    Psychoanalysis and Politics
  2. Lacan and Contemporary debate
    Introduction to anti-philosophy: philosophy and its outer
    Metaphysics and capitalism
    Derrida and the specters of history
    Heidegger and spirit
    Inheritance and deconstruction
    Opening the happening (Levinas)
    Serenity <> Separation
    Relativism and retroaction
    The end of history and the exception
    Spectrum, value and collective logic
    Lacan and the experience of the end of metaphysics
    Traversing and edging the limit of philosophy
    Thinking about the end and the crossing of the line
    The task of the analytical thinking
    The logic of the veil
    The object-being and the foreboding of the analysis
    Being, Time and moral experience
    Freud and Rorty
    The law and the unconditioned
    Foucault, Lacan and Deleuze
    Derrida and the Post-Lacanian Philosophy

  1. Anti-philosophical readings
    The decisionism in Sartre and Lacan
    The absence of the sexual relationship
    Fear and anxiety in Freud and Heidegger
    The Psychoanalysis of postmodernity
    Constructionism in Foucault and Lacan
    Archaeology of analytic training
    The Lacanian know as trans-academic
    Kant with Lacan
    Power and Politics in Freud
    Rhizome
    The question of oblivion in Lacan and Heidegger
    Contemporary antiphilosophy

  1. Angst and Ethics
    Heidegger and the world of modernity as image
    Marx and the world dominated by the phantasmagorical merchandise
    Freud and civilizational reality
    Lacan and the future of the unconscious
    The incalculable jouissance of the beyond the ethics
    Angst, sacrifice and the Graeco-Roman world
    The Heideggerian ex-sistance and Lacanian lack-in-being
    The improper, the fear and the Sinthome
    The des-forgetfulness of the metaphysical
    Debt, guilt and angst
    Death as the only chance against the impossible
    Freudian castration and Heideggerian finitude
    Obsessional neurosis and melancholia
    Symbolic recognition as love to the superego

  1. Antiphilosophy (Matter and Knowledge)
    Criticism of philosophical thought
    Existence as befall
    Subject, object and knowledge
    Analysis of the Manifestations
    Living matter and their characteristics
    Functional movement: motricity of living matter
    The philosophical problem of the will
    General knowledge
    Basic knowledge: sensation and perception
    Derivative knowledge: images and memory, ideas and thoughts
    Emotions and fantasy
    Speculative knowledge: logic and mathematics

  1. Philosophy of the limit and psychoanalysis
    Work of Eugenio Trias
    The border fence and the operations
    The $ubject of the unconscious as border $ubject
    The forgetfulness in the topology of the limit
    Ethical imperative Topology
    Psychoanalysis in act
    epistemological nightmare
    Ontological and/or topological difference
    The end of spherical metaphor
    Analytic of the bordering
    The limit as Emptiness-condition-of-life
    Current psychoanalysis

  1. Existential Analysis: freedom, temporality, transfer
    The presence of Freedom in the analytic cure
    Empirical concept of freedom
    The original choice
    The embodiment of freedom
    Positive attitude towards the cure
    The dialectic between genuine intention of cure and objective realization  of the curing
    The load with the new objectivities
    The temporality of the psychoanalytic cure
    Disorder of the temporal sequences in the cure
    Remind sequence
    Relative temporality of the cure
    The responsibility for one’s own past
    The anguish, conscious correlate of all failure of the psychic apparatus
    Forms of presentation of the anguish
    Primitive terrors and its origin in the past
    The existential dynamics of the transference
    The neighbor: another and object
    The analytic situation as foreshadowof the transferential ligament
    Establishment and development of transference
    The discovery of the you-authentic
    The analysis considered as a dialectical process

  1. Kierkegaard and Lacan
    The subject and the concept
    The erected in case philosopher
    Kierkegardian Melancholy
    Feminine jouissance
    Discovery of the existence
    The moment of seeing and angst
    Dialectical significance of time
    Repetition and the Critique of reminiscence
    Time and future
    Death impulse in Kierkegaard and Freud
    Tyché and Automaton: from Aristotle to Lacan
    Logic of Randomness
    Ethics of repetition and the eternal return
    The sacrifice and the desire of the Other
    Repetition, between logic and jouissance
    Hegel, Kierkegaard and Lacan
    The existential angst
    Antiphilosophy in Kierkegaard and Lacan
    From existence to ex-sistence
    Towards the Real

  1. The fundamental Heidegger in Lacan
    – Interaction Heidegger- Lacan.
    – Being and parlêtre.
    – The logos or the reason from Freud.
    – The open and the beyond the father.
    – The leap and the metaphor.
    – Self-care and the concern.
    – The twilight of humanism and the ethics of psychoanalysis.
    – Time of being and end of analysis.

  1. The Ethics of Silence: Lacan with Wittgenstein
    The identity
    Therapeutic philosophy
    Identity, Individuation and ex-sistence
    Identity and the name problem
    Identity and Repression in Freud
    Perception and Thought in the repression
    Identity and Truth as a path to Ethics
    Identity and Name-of-Father
    Logical silence and analytical silence
    Negation and thought in Frege
    Negation in Freud
    Negated cogito
    Negativity and the death
    The concern for truth
    Psychoanalysis and matheme writing
    The dit-mension
    The subject of silence
    The silence of the analyst
    Silence and interdiction
    Inexpressible and jouissance
    Prime time: the ascetical silence
    Second time: the divine silence
    Third time:  ineffable time
    Mystical language as an opening to the Real
    The impossible re-presentation of silence
    Figurability of the impulses
    Writing as Phantom
    Necessary voice and writing of the silence
    Logic and ethics of silence

  1. Unconscious: existence and sexuality
    Impulses, language and corporeality
    The subject of the unconscious
    The forgetfulness of being: expulsion and repression
    Phallus and castration
    Impossibility of the sexual relationship
    Emptiness: Art and unconscious
    Knotting of the Real-Symbolic-Imaginary
    The being-for-death
    Being-Time
    Being of the limit
  2. Psychoanalytical Left
    Inserting and non-insertion in capitalism
    Conversion of science in art
    The Freudian legacy
    Lacanian logic
    Institutions
    Signifiers of politics

 

 

Fourth Year

  1. Lacan and Philosophy
    – The theory of the unconscious and the problem of the existence of the unconscious
    – The concept of the unconscious in Freud
    – The problem of the demonstration of the unconscious in Freud
    – Consciousness and World; Unconscious and uncleanness
    – Anticipation and sign. The unanticipatable and the symptom.
    – Saussurean theory of the sign and the consequences of a prosecution of finalism
    – Lacanian Thesis of a logic level of a pure signifier and the demonstration of the existence of the unconscious
    – The philosophical field as a place that acquires meaning in the theory of the unconscious
    – Philosophy as interrogation
    – The object of the philosophical question
    – Speaking as a general form of the response
    – The quaternary structure of the philosophical field
    – The desire according Lacan: real, imaginary and symbolic
    – The Lacanian critique of empiricism: need, demand, desire
    – The opposition Lacan to the philosophical discourse: Lacan and Kant
    – Desire and its Subject
    – The word
    – The pure signifier and the three moments of the logic of the signifier. Lacan and Hegel
    – The emergence of meaning, the subject and the Other. Lacan and Heidegger
    – The speech act and the certainty of the subject. Lacan and Descartes
    – The subject of the unconscious and the paternal metaphor
    – The quaternary of the essential significant structure of the unconscious: toward the Thing
    – The desire and the object
    – The pulsion
    – System of impulses
    – The Phantom
    – Spaying and the law
    – Oedipus complex and the castration complex. The neurotic interpretation of castration
    – The Thing
    – The enjoyment
    – The Death Instinct
    – The Existential Structures
    – Neurosis
    – The transference
    – Perversion
    – Psychosis
    – Sublimation
    – Writing
    – The forms of sublimation
    – Towards a discourse about the unconscious
    – Writing and Science
    – From formal logic psychoanalytic mathema
    – The man and woman
    – Love and transference
    – The unconscious and the other jouissance
    – The four discourses
    – The philosophical discourse according Lacan
    – The whole truth and Borromean knot theory
    – The whole truth of pure signifier
    – The existence of God
    – Fertility and phallic jouissance
    – The body of the symbolic and the modes of negativity
    – The spirit and the gift
    – Grieving and existential structures
    – Sublimation and destination. The “good neurosis” and melancholy
    – Philosophical discourse, analytical discourse and history
    – Thought
    – Reading
    – The traditional world
    – The historical world
    – Discourse and absolute thought
    – The history and times
    – Psychoanalysis and philosophy

  1. Deleuze, Foucault and Lacan
    – The politics of discourse
    – The relationship of the subject with knowledge and truth
    – The normalizer knowledge
    – The technosciences
    – The capitalist discourse
    – The social machine, the flows, the Subject and Desire
    – The Anti-Oedipus, psychoanalysis and schizoanalysis
    – The function of written as vanishing line
    – The role of the author
    – The analytical device, micropower and  oedipalization

  1. Lacan and philosophers
    – Montaigne and the subject.
    – Plato and the aletheia.
    – Kierkegaard, anguish and repetition.
    – Lacan and Spinoza.

  1. What Lacan said of the Self
    – Revelation and realization of the Self in the word.
    – The truth and error in the revelation of being.
    – About that is in the beginning: being the symbolic or real?
    – About the Wesen.
    – The Bejahung and openness of Being
    – forclusion and expulsion. The primary signifier, which makes being rises.
    – of the subject as a question.
    – The Self, the Other and the absence. Dasein and the problem of the Self of desire.
    – Heidegger and Descartes.
    – Interpretation as cribbing to the position regarding the self.
    – The absence in being. Passage from the being of the phallus to the object. Pure being and  the Real as cut.
    – The Thing, place of being.
    – The vacuum and its vessel.
    – The real and the aesthetics.
    – Psychoanalysis and philosophy: realism of the jouissance against ontology .
    – Beyond Ethics.
  2. Sartre / Lacan and the verb to be
    –  Phenomenological Formulation of the problem of the image.
    – The double record of what is thoughtless and reflexive.
    – Pathology of the imaginary.
    – Genesis of the beautiful between spontaneity and the Ego.
    – The Sartrean moral imaginary
    – Negativity and symbolic function.
    – The desire of being and separation.
    – The existential psychoanalysis.
    – The anguish.
    – The Other between the imaginary and the Real.
    – Being-for-others.
    – The nothing of externality.
    – Being and the Other: Alienation of the signifier.
    – Sexual difference. Desexualization and death impulse.
    – Applied psychoanalysis. The event, freedom, failed act, real and jouissance.
  3. Pure love: from Plato to Lacan
    Love between two deaths: from Plato to Fénelon
    Moses and Saint Paul
    A history of jouissance
    Paths of etymology and semantics
    The passion of Grisélides
    The emblem of charity
    spirituality
    The path of philosophy
    Kant and pure love
    Schopenhauer, Sacher and Masoch
    Bremond and Rousselot
    Freud, Lacan and the tradition of Pure Love
    The Ethics of Psychoanalysis
    The desire, the law and the enjoyment
    Figures of the impossible

  1. God is Unconscious: Lacan and Thomas Aquinas
    A paradox of Porfirio
    Meditations on the Sum
    Of two gods
    God is unconscious
    Diana and Adonai. The Filioque quarrel. A Christian knot. Church, empire, patriarchy.
    Of the number
    The eye of the Lynx
    About the look of Galileo

  1. Lacan with the philosophers
    Apropos of Antigone
    the polynomial
    About Splendor
    Kant Lacan with
    Lacan and the role of symbolism
    Lacan and Plato: is the mathema an idea?
    The three rings in philosophy: Real, Symbolic and Imaginary
    The Borromean knot and the object to
    Heidegger with Lacan
    The truth in psychoanalysis
    Absence of nothing
    Denials and universes of the discourse
    The logical thread
    The subject’s alibis
    Kojève with Lacan
    A Hegelian psychoanalyst
    Lacan and modern science
    Derrida with Lacan

  1. Borges with Lacan
    A discursive pass
    From interpretation to the translation
    Death and the Compass: a linear labyrinth
    Writing as partner-symptom
    Pass: the producing a Maker
    Grammar and writing: the letter put into function
    Heidegger with Heraclitus: lightning, pass
    Hölderlin and Borges: knowledge of the poet
    Eternity: where the times join together
    From poetics to politics
    Segregation versus political symptom
    Public order, heresy and excommunication

  1. Lacan and writers
    Shakespeare: being and not being
    Claudel
    Gide and fake purses of Truth
    A man of faith
    Psychoanalysis post-Joycean
    Versions of the Purloined Letter of Edgar A. Poe
    Derrida / Lacan
    The meeting of Antigone
    Duras and failure of impermanence
  2. Lacan and Derrida: deconstructive analysis
    Analysis or Psychoanalysis?
    The letter and its partition
    The repetition compulsion
    The umbilicus of the dream in Wittgenstein, Derrida and Lacan
    Psychoanalysis Derridean Reviews
  3. Desistencial Analysis: Derrida and Lacan
    The parable of the letter
    How does perform an analyst?
    From the desire to Language
    The desire for (not refuse) nothing
    The letter of the Name
    The axioms and  neutralizing exclusion of the narrator
    The redoubling of the letter twice and shared
    Scenes from Scriptures
    Writing from the Unconscious
    from Lacan

Fifth Year

  1. Neurosis and Development: the struggle for self-realization
    – A moral evolution?
    – The search for the  impossible glory.
    – Requirements and neurotic pride.
    – Aligning the itself.
    – Alleviation from stress.
    – The expansive solution as a domain resource.
    – The solution of modesty as a resource of love.
    – Dependency and resignation.
    – The fear of freedom.
    – Neurotic disturbances in the links and at work.
    – The path of psychoanalytic therapy.
    – New theory of neurosis.

  1. Psychoanalysis in Education

Teacher-student Transference

Learning and strategic significant

Learning ways

Psychoanalytic seminars

Formative and research program

Formative evaluation

Actualization of teaching

Psychoanalysis in University

  1. Love is Vacuity

Empty love

Desire and love

Marriage and infidelity

Self-imposed solitude

Loving the neighbour

Crazy love: Hatred, envy and jealousy

The Purpose of Love

 

  1. The End of Analysis: Femininity

Clarification of the analytic practice

From the hysterical position to the female position

Know-how with the impossibility of the Desire object

Sublimation: a new psychic structure

The practice of analytical pass

The Truth and lie of the object “a”

Beyond the anguish

 

  1. The psychoanalytic cure
    The law, love and success
    The position of the analyst
    The anguish
    the divan
    The voice of the superego
    The deliberate silence and sound
    The Arts
    Unconscious guilt
    Remembering, repeating and re-elaborate
    Vicissitudes of analytic knowledge
    The not-knowing as direction of the cure
    The time and the analytic act
    Between the imaginary and the Real

  1. Interpretation
    Interpretation and transference
    Psychotic Structure
    Interpretation and substitution
    Sublimation and end of analysis
    Love, silence and anguish
    The passage to the comic act
    Suffering and truth
    End of analysis as back to the beginning
    Analyst Presence
    Limits of interpretation
    Subjective structuring
    Significant intervention
    Mistake of the subject supposed to know
    Alienation and separation
    Demand of analysis
    adverse Reactions

  1. The psychoanalytic subject:  beyond psychology
    Philosophical antecedents in the construction of subjectivity
    The debate of structuralism
    Epistemological Problems of psychological science
    Category of subject in psychoanalysis
    topical Freudian
    The linguistic subject
    The Other in the construction of subjectivity
    The symbolic: from the pulsion to the desire
    Subject: Science vs. psychoanalysis

  1. Passions and destinations of Being
    Analytical contribution to vocational guidance
    Vocational guidance and apprenticeship
    Subject, symptom and creation
    Adolescence: a subject in exile
    Subject supposed to know
    Interpretation techniques of vocational meaning

 

  1. Writing of the Empty-in-being
    Meditative Nosography
    Hermeneutics of Being
    Vicissitudes of the empty subject
    Truth vs. Ego
    Melancholy vs. hysteria
    sublimation
    Ethics and aesthetics of jouissance
    Style is the desired object
    Effects of meditating deconstruction
    Destination of the subject: breach of meaning
    Psychoanalysis of awakening
    Analytical-spiritual exercise

  1. Analytical and spiritual interpretation
    Being deciphering method
    Influence of Buddhism on the analysis
    Levels of interpretation
    Transmission of exegesis
    The telling of the dream: meditative conceptions
    Temporal laws of the unconscious
    Methods of interpretation

  1. Ego or Self

Clinic of Ego

Clinic of Being

The passion of know the unconscious

The absence of the Ego: The Sublimation

The ego as repression of the failure or vacuity

True Self: the position of the analyst

 

  1. Psychoanalysis and Neurosciences

Body and impulse of language

Organism or psychic Body

Unconscious, conscious and brain

Brain or computer

Struggle against the ideology of the materialistic science

 

 

 

 

 

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