PhD in Psychoanalysis and Philosophy

PhD in Psychoanalysis and Philosophy




First Year

  1. Psychoanalytic theories
    – The formation of Freud
    – Psychogenesis of psychoanalysis
    – Study of the first phase: joint works of Breuer and Freud
    – Reasons for divergences
    – End of cathartic period
    – The theory of libido
    – The Freudian unconscious
    – Interaction between the conscious and unconscious levels through dreams
    – Critique of Freudian dream interpretation
    – Critique of the tripartite conception of the psychic apparatus
    – Evolution of Freudian ideas about neurosis
    – Eros and Thanatos
    – The instincts and culture
    – Conflicts of the Ego with the It and the Superego
    – The problem of transferential neurosis and its liquidation
    – The different attitudes of the analyst during the analytic work
    – Applications to the field of law, morality, arts and pedagogy
    – Techniques, synthesis and limits of individual psychology of Adler
    – The therapeutic criterion of his successor Kronfeld
    – Künkel’s doctrine of dialectical psychodynamic
    – Elaboration of criteria of Jung’s analytical psychology
    – Study of the symbols and transformations of the libido
    – Theory of the collective unconscious and archetypes
    – Development of the theory of individuation
    – Jungian Psychotherapy and Anthro-philosophy
    – The work of S. Ferenczi
    – The brief analysis of W. Stekel
    – The volunt- therapy of Otto Rank
    – Theodor Reik’s of Dissidence
    – The contradictory theories of W. Reich
    – The conception of F. Alexander
    – The revolutionary doctrines of M. Klein
    – The object-reactors theory of personality as W. R. Fairbairn
    – Introduction to the Work of D. Winnicott
    – The work of Eric Fromm
    – The doctrinal position of H. Stack Sullivan
    – Work and doctrine of Karen Horney
    – Existential psychoanalysis
    – The position of Jean Paul Sartre
    – Criticism of M. Ponty
    – Frankl’s Logotherapy
    – The contribution of L. Binswanger


  1. Post-Freudian: divergences in the analytical unit
    – Anna Freud
    – Heinz Hartmann
    – Margaret Mahler
    – Erik Erikson
    – Heinz Kohut
    – W. Bion
    – J. Lacan
    – F. Dolto
    – D. Anzieu


  1. Psychodynamic Theory of Personality
    Classical Freudian Psychobiology
    Post-Freud structural theory and the Analysis of the Ego
    Process Theory and personal theory
    Freudian metapsychology
    Culturalist theory and character analysis (Adler, Horney, Fromm)
    Interpersonal theory (H. Sullivan)
    Relationship of the work of M. Freud with Klein
    Psychodynamic theory of Klein: psychic reality, objects and inner world, psychic structure, fantasy
    The positions schizoid-paranoid and depressive
    Primary Unit of the ego
    Personality Theory in terms of Object Relations
    Relationship of Fairbairn’s work with Freud
    Libido theory
    Rejection of biological psychology
    The schizoid problem and the object relations
    Motivation theory and evolutionary phases
    Theory of the psychoneuroses
    Theory of psychosis and psychopathology of child dependency
    Comparison with Rank’s theory of birth trauma
    The configuration of the endopsychic structure
    Analysis of the superego
    Melanie Klein and Fairbairn
    Structural difference of the ego
    Internalization of good and evil
    Schizoid problem of love as destructive thing
    Basic forms of human relationship: Theory and Therapy
    Comparison between Freud, culturalists, Klein and Fairbairn
    Biological and social dependency of the child
    Pathological dependency
    Active and passive aspects of the child dependency
    Theory and therapy approach
    The therapeutic regression from Winnicott
    The object relations theory and psychotherapy from Fairbairn
    The final problem


  1. The unconscious phantom
    Fantasy, reality and truth
    Theoretical approach to the phantom
    Phantom and the phantasmic body
    Reflections on clinical problems


  1. Freud-Sopher
    Freudian Das Ding and Presocratic Being
    Bisexuality and splitting of the ego
    The despotism of the superego and the need for punishment
    The power of the It and the meaning of the unconscious
    Beyond Kant
    The structure of the psychic apparatus
    Word and thing
    Repression and eviction effort
    Schopenhauer and Nietzsche
    The unconscious: beyond what is repressed
    Freud Schreber
    Das Fhantasiern
    The thinking is pre-meditated
    Original Freudian epistemology and opponents
    The ominous (Das Unheimlich)
    Parallel Lives of Ego
    Encounter with death
    Good and evil
    From the Force to the Energetic
    Darwin and Freud with Marx
    Countertransference: des-analytical disease
    Expectant attention and observer thinking (discernment)
    The constituent language and the Thing-in-itself
    The assimilated and the ungraspable
    The education of displeasure
    The unconscious thinking


  1. Freud’s vocabulary
    Act, affection and ambivalence
    Love and anguish
    Floating attention and free association
    Castration and Oedipus Complex
    Conflict and feeling of guilt
    Conscious and Construction
    Defense, desire and dynamic
    The It, the originally scene and the splitting of the ego
    Phantom and phobia
    Identification and Imago
    Unconscious and Libido
    Narcissism, denial and neurosis
    Purpose and Pleasure Principle
    Perversion and Psychosis
    Death impulse
    Psychic reality and re-denial
    Representation, repression and compulsion to repetition
    Sexuality and symptom
    Sublimation and subject
    The sinister, sleep and superego


  1. Freud <> Wittgenstein
    The double analysis
    Wittgenstein and Freudian metapsychology
    Between unconscious and language: the ethical wager
    Wittgensteinian Critique of psychoanalytic assent
    The logic of  analytical belief
    The belief, the transference and seduction
    Understanding, assent and consent
    From the False memory to denial
    Construction, subject and Real
    The object of the repressed
    Subjectivity and Truth
    The aesthetical subject
    Function of the Other as oracle
    From aesthetics to the interpretation object
    Critique of the Science of Sleep
    The oniric symbolism and criticism of the realization of desire
    The Freudian oneiric logic
    Dream and Thought
    Freud The debate Wittgenstein: language and object of the interpretation
    Language Games: dreams, psychic causality and the unconscious
    Criticism of the metapsychological postulates
    Wittgensteinian Diagnosis: psychoanalysis as Mythology
    The Freudian child and the Wittgensteinian child
    From thematic confrontation to systematic confrontation: Freud-Wittgenstein
    Unconscious, rationality and language
    The subject and the last things
    From agnosticism to ethics
    From the therapeutic nihilism to the Freudian imperative
    From anti-progress to the malaise in culture
    The future of Illusions: name and fiction


  1. Psychoanalytic Anguish
    The center and the network
    The definition and Freudian proof
    The anguish between body and phobia
    The anguish, the sexual and neurosis
    Angst neurosis
    The symptom of the wait
    From anguished fluctuation to the attack
    Anguished libido and the symptom
    Depression and angst: soured libido
    The repressed and affection
    From the complex to the situation
    The unconscious of the anguish
    Phobia and her face
    A singular displeasure and traumatic sexual truth
    The drama of the anguish and their interpreters
    The subject of the anguish: the Ego
    Inhibition as a prelude
    Pleasure, displeasure and ego-defense
    The Real and the trauma
    The time of des-protection
    Birth: Freud> Rank
    The historian and native anguish
    The object of the anguish and castration
    Love and anguish on the other
    From dream to the awakening of the censorship
    Anguish oneiric, nightmare and traumatic jouissance
    Clinical destination of the anguish
    Social and cultural Anguish
    The feminine of the anguish
    Anguish of desire, love and of the end
    The anguish of the Other: from Freud to Lacan
    Object and Know of the anguish
    Ethics and Metaphysics of the affection: Lacan with Kierkegaard
    The truth masochistic the anguish


  1. Psychoanalytic Seductions: Freud, Lacan and Derrida
    Freudian temptations
    Transference or countertransference
    Responsibility or irresponsibility
    Getting sick of love
    Authority and freedom
    The secret pleasures
    Rape, seduction and psychoanalysis
    Unconscious motivation and the conflict
    To image and similarity of the past
    The moment of Lacan
    What makes the analyst with the words: Lacan and Austin
    Dying in time:Lacanian temporality
    The destiny of psychoanalysis
    Freud, Lacan and Derrida
    Gossip, Telepathy, Science
    Transference and shorthand
    Foucault and the history of psychoanalysis


  1. From Levi-Strauss to Lacan
    The epistemological lapsus
    The return to Descartes
    Freud according to Lacan
    Outline for a Lacanian field
    Finish with God


  1. Tending to Lacan
    The theory of $ ubject: subversion, division and enunciation
    The place of the Other
    Mirror stage and imaginary Other
    Language and symbolic Other
    The logic of the signifier, metaphor and metonymy
    The Other as Law, need, desire and demand
    The Name-of-Father
    Oedipal times
    Foreclosure and Other; psychosis
    Sexual difference: significance and phallic function
    Castration and sexuation
    The formula of the Phantom: angst and reality
    Symptom, enjoyment and body
    The analytical praxis
    Transference: resistance, wisdom and love
    The direction of the cure
    Free association and interpretation
    The ethics of good-say
    Contract and process of the cure: alienation and separation, entry and exit
    Mathemes: (A), (A), signifier, subject, phantom and unary trace


  1. The Real and Freud
    The legacy of Freud Master
    Archaeologist and decoder of the psychic
    Unconscious and immortality
    Meditation and death impulse




Second Year

  1. Lacan: Zen Master


  1. The Aesthetic Unconscious
    Art Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious
    The aesthetic revolution
    The forms of the dumb word
    From an unconscious to another
    Freud Corrections
    Of the diverse uses of the detail
    A medicine against another


  1. Freudian Spirituality  (Lacanian reading)
    – Passage of the religiosity of the unconscious to the true atheism. Subject responsible for himself and the progress in spirituality. Pass from meta-discourse of psychoanalysis. The truth in its fictional structure. Language as a condition of the unconscious and repression as a condition of the word. Symptom and sinthome.
    – Practice of metadiscourse. Discourse and unconscious. Sinthome, phantom and pleasure principle. Truth and their versions. Body and lost organism. Function of the absence and parent versions.
    – The dimension of language. Construction in analysis: the encryption and the revelation of the structural. The analytic act as overcoming of nihilism and false atheism. The opposition to the destination: recovery of the meaning and the Project as spirituality. The authorization and the analyst’s discourse. Law of the signifier.
    – The latent and the analytical pass. The two times from trauma. What is true in the fictional. God is unconscious / symptom. The superego’s moral Way and Ethics Way of desire. Synchrony and diachrony. The construction of the ghost.
    – Knowing unconscious and repetition. Moment to complete the analysis. Language function. Alienation and separation. The Pulsional and demand. Overcoming the difficulty and instinctual renunciation.
    – Civilization and complexity of the impulse. Truth as a symptom. Language as a replacement law. The destinations from the
    impulse. Pleasure and reality principles. The Das Ding and the Thing. The structural place of the real. The law, prohibition and desire. Symbolization process. The truth spoken: sexuality and death.
    – The Real: the impossible or irreducible? Psychic reality. Neurosis and psychosis. The repression and the return of the repressed. Beyond the Pleasure Principle. Desire as disagreement.
    – The domain of the It and psychosis. The domain of the reality principle and neurosis. Satisfaction of the impulse. Sublimation. The unconscious structured as a language. The passage to the unknown. The á object . The creative act of the analysis.
    – Psychoanalysis as social tie. Ethics and analytical discourse. The interpretation and subject responsibility. The pass in the discourse and clinic of the Real. The analyst’s desire.


  1. The Fundamental Conversation: Freud and Heidegger
    Freudian germinal Experience
    History and re-memorizing
    Full word and empty word
    Incidence of the symbolic order in being
    Death impulse, being-for-death and Verneinung
    Location of the symbolic, the imaginary and the real in being
    Dialectic of forgetfulness
    Psychoanalytic experience, poetic function of language
    Transference: the passions of being
    Temporality topology: being-for-death
    Freudian psychoanalysis and des-humanism
    Historic commitment of the question of the neurotic with the subjectivity
    Metaphysics of consciousness and metaphysics of subjectivity
    The ontological difference
    The speech as the Fall of the being
    Symbolic function of memory
    Desire as relationship of being to the absence
    Another thought: between nothingness and death
    Analytic training in the passion of being
    The fundamental question: What is to be a father?
    Origin of the repressed
    The detail of the speech in the being
    The return to Freud as meditation
    Reality and neurotic response
    Name of the Father, symbolic order and transference
    Psychoanalytic Remembrance
    The post-delusional discourse of the freedom
    Language, memory and historization
    Neurosis as approach of the being to the subject
    Being as essential signifier
    Existential value of the neurotic
    Duality: primordial signifiers
    Subjectivity as significant presence in the real
    Idea of the father: between myth and history
    Return and the meaning of history
    Question by the truth of being
    Take the word
    Freud, reality and the Rhein
    The nostalgia in the subject-object relationship
    Identification Imperialism
    Is: the summit Calm
    Among the effective reality and the poetic say
    Absence subjective categories
    Continuum of life and continuity of what has happened
    Becoming:  essential signifier of the Heraclitean and Lacanian thought
    The word gives the being
    Mythological happening of the initial think
    Sacred potency of myth in infantile sexual theories
    Privation in Aristotle and Heidegger
    The word as introduction of the subject in the dimension of being
    Remember as remembrance: telling and hearing
    The dream and the oneiric
    The unconscious and the dimension of the truth of Being
    Return on Hölderlin
    Nietzsche and the forgetting of being in the lie of life
    The sacred and the other beginning
    Subjectivity and selfhood
    Thinking and Logic
    The essential politics of the analyst
    The temporality of being
    The destiny lines of the subject
    Praxis, theory and truth
    Wo Es war, soll Ich werden
    The decision on the absence in the dimension of being
    The divine reality and being
    Love and Absence
    Requirement of an ethics
    The river of fire of the desire
    The own and the of the others, the passion of being
    The Cure


  1. Tragic Dimension of Ethics
    The proximity of Freud and Heidegger
    What is the It?
    Time and Death
    Horror of Reality
    sacred Grief
    Witness of Being
    Transition and encounter with the Real
    At disposal of the gods
    The sacrum issue of Logos
    Object, rescue and order of being
    The light of the lost object: being and cutting
    The sky of the philosophy
    The Subject and the One
    Ethics: the measure of evil
    Ownership of the proper
    Wo es war, soll ich werden; moral experience of psychoanalysis
    The unnatural relationship between man and the world
    Law and place of being
    Secret and conflict
    Strange: that which remains in the divine origin
    Das Ding in Freud and Heidegger
    Lost object, abscence of adversarial principle
    Among-told and Geviert
    Heraclitean Logos
    Image of the world
    Sublimation and Between
    Creation ex nihilo, Ding and evil
    Forgettingof the Freudian Is
    The poetic exercise
    Between reason and the thing, the death of God
    Evil and the limit
    The barriers of good and the beautiful
    The origin of the essence of language
    The role of the sacred
    Being and thinking
    Tragic dimension: between-two-deaths
    Heidegger and the project of the being
    Essential signifiers
    Heim and other knowledge
    Topology of tragedy
    The Oedipal renunciation
    Kant, Hölderlin and the actual dimension of psychoanalysis


  1. Existential analytic (Lacan: Heidegger)
    The forgetfulness of language
    Analysis of the language
    Articulation Freud-Lacan-Heidegger
    Borromean Scripture: knots and topology
    The issue of the question of Being
    Ontic primacy of Dasein
    The primacy of the signifier
    The original question
    Heideggerian subversion
    Aporia and circle of the question that interrogates about the self
    Topological Construction: loops of rope and Moebius band
    The image of the world
    Destruction of Ontological Cartesian cogito
    Existential analytic of Dasein and the analytical device
    The function of the word
    Comprehension and significant
    Dasein and the parlêtre
    Word full, empty word
    The improper and inauthentic
    The one and the other
    The phenomenon of the fall and alienation on the one
    The anguish and care


  1. The Meaning of the Real
    Leakage of meaning
    Psychoanalytic history of Arts
    The Real in the representation
    Jouissance: meaning of meaning
    Doctrine of the analytic cure
    Alienation and separation
    States of the subject-in-the-cure
    Identification and phantom
    Deception of the unconscious
    The hole, the ex -sistance and consistency
    Lacan’s last teaching
    Untied meaning of Reality
    From logic to poetry


  1. God, Sex and Truth
    Atheism and divine names in psychoanalysis
    God, jouissance and Other
    God, ex–sistance and not -all
    The denigrated truth
    Healing and truth of life: death
    Antinomies of the sexual and love
    Divine and human love
    Pure love and God’s death
    Mysticism: love as substitution of the sexual relationship


  1. The Truth: between philosophy and analysis
    Labyrinths of truth and of the interpretation
    The self of truth
    The perverted way: truth as Real
    Eastern wisdom
    Being of truth
    Scientific truth and historical truth in the Classical Age
    The four truths
    Truth / Reality
    Elucidation of the ego?
    Truth, knowledge and belief
    The clear half- say
    Vanishing point
    The vertigo of the Real
    Production of truth
    Freudian truth and literary truth
    Entanglements of the true
    The irruption of the indecipherable


  1. Thinking about Sublimation
    About the Shoring and sublimation
    The sexual impulse
    Articulation between polymorphous perverse infantile sexuality and sublimation
    Symbol and sublimation
    Social value and the Ego
    Ego ideal, idealization and sublimation
    Difference of similarities
    reaction formation
    The contrary Disorder to
    Inhibition of the meta
    Suffocation and Repression
    Sublimation in the cure


  1. Pass Practice and the End of Analysis
    Writing and end of analysis
    The issue of pass in Lacan
    Transference and institution
    Freud / Fliess or be authorized for himself in the end of analysis
    Psychosis and Lacan
    The psychosis of desire
    The letter and jouissance
    The two aspects of the symptom
    The fecundity of metaphor
    Psychoanalysis and occultism: telepathy
    Joyce’s Knot
    Interrogating the fourth node in the clinic of the neurosis
    The practice of passing and school nominations


  1. The empty subject: the absent center of ontology
    The specter of Western academic discourse
    The transcendental imagination: Heidegger with Kant
    The spinozian subject of Hegel
    Split universality
    The politics of truth
    Political vicissitudes of subjectivation
    From subject to subjective destitution
    The Passionate Detachment
    The purpose of the Oedipus
    The delicate subject



Third Year

  1. Synchronic-structural study of Lacanian theory.
    The self in philosophy and Freud.
    The imaginary as registry.
    The mirror stage.
    Aggressiveness in psychoanalysis.
    The optical model.
    The symbolic.
    The unconscious structured like a language.
    Metaphor and metonymy.
    Theory of the Other (Autre).
    Indeterminacy and determination of the $ ubject.
    Linguistic sign.
    Difference between Saussure and Lacan.
    The relationship between the It and the Unconscious.
    The relationship between S1 with the object “a” and the S2.
    The Real.
    Antecedents on Freud.
    The phallus and woman.
    Object “a” as the cause of desire.
    Absence on being and constitution of the $ ubject.
    There is no sexual relationship
    Desire is the desire of the Other.
    Object “a” as surplus of jouissance.
    The anguish.
    Oedipus Times.
    Paternal metaphor and secondary castration.
    The myth of the lamella and primary castration.
    The clinical structures: psychosis, neurosis and perversion.
    Concept of cure.
    The direction of the cure.
    Rectification of $ ubject links with the real.
    Development of the transference in its three registers: faith, heritage and trans.
    The transfer in Lacan.
    Subject Supposed to Know.
    Enactment of the sexual reality of the unconscious.
    More Allah’s pleasure principle.
    The Phantom in Freud and Lacan.
    The analytical interpretation.


  1. Lacan’s vocabulary
    Hole and Anguish
    The Bar and the Thing (das Ding)
    Body fragmented and culpability
    Demand, Denial, Disown and Desire
    Four Discourses
    Oedipus, Scene, Structure and Experience
    Forclusion and frustration
    Jouissance, excision and Dehiscence
    Identification, Imaginary and introjection
    Unconscious, Interpreting and Investment
    Mathematics and Law
    Pleasure Principle
    Death impulse
    The reality and the Real
    The Sign and the Symbolic
    Sex, Sinthome, sublimation and Subject
    Tyché and Truth


  1. Language of the Lacanians
    The hermeticism of Lacan
    Social Circulation of the Lacanism
    Students vs. Disciples
    The limits of psychology
    Justification of hermetism
    Style and Lacanian desire
    The simplicity of Lacan
    Hermeticism as prudence and as conviction
    theoretical excesses
    Homophony, homonymy and glossolalia
    Writing of the writings
    Establishment vs. critical transcription
    Style and meaning
    Musical accentuation
    Excess and displacements in the synthesis
    Aphorism Economics
    The non-supposition of the ellipsis
    The pathway of the approximation
    The limits of the question
    Hermeticism of the unconscious and its interpretation
    The methodical hermeticism
    The hermeticism of the lost object
    Heuristic value of neologisms
    Lacan, Joyce and the readable
    Ontological potency of the style
    Neoclassical reaction academic discourse
    Sartrian Influences
    Paratexts and Masotta style corrections
    Vindication of Lacanian language
    teaching container
    Returns and irreducibility of the Lacan style
    Epistemological limits
    Transmission as transposition
    The four Lacanisms
    Subjective conversion of the normalization
    Instance of exhaustiveness
    poetic function
    Discourses oriented to truth
    Foucault and Derrida
    Lacanian paradigm
    The future of the Lacanism
    According to the Rorty versions
    Lifestyle vs discursive style
    First texts of the Lacanism
    Combinatory Potency and applicability
    Metaphorical and metonymic Lacan
    Lacan vertical Reading


  1. End of Analysis
    Didactics of the love
    Operations of knowledge
    Interviews endless or terminable
    The suspension of analysis
    Cutting of Session
    Interpretation that throws an end
    Logic of the end-of-analysis
    About the passing


  1. Sublimation
    The Freudian Sublimatory Theory
    Alchemy and verbal obstacle
    Pulsion and sublimation
    About satisfaction
    Sublimation as stoic Structure
    Sublimatory styles
    The vertigo of Truth: between death and resurrection
    Nothing satisfaction requests
    the Emptiness
    Beyond the Father: sublimation
    The jouissance in the word: prelude to sublimation
    Written as sublimatory production


  1. What is Real?
    Birth and expansion of the Real
    Psychic Freudian Reality and Lacanian Real
    The real thing in science
    Impossible as nerve of repetition of the Real
    Mined field of the desire to know
    Birth and knowledge of the Real
    Kinetics of consciousness of the real: the letter and the number


  1. The denouement of an analysis
    In the beginning of the infinite and the finite: the unconscious and the It
    Infinite Analysis
    Literal reading of the knowledge of the unconscious, the scansion
    Therapeutic effect of the analytic act, endless of its limit
    The physical presence of the analyst, scansion and frustration
    finite Analysis
    The phantom Position
    The Phantom in obsessional neurosis and hysteria
    The phantom Construction
    Topological Illustration
    The interpretation
    Incidence of time to conclude
    Ethics and end of analysis
    Initial time the analyst’s desire
    Best ends up being the worst, the stumbling block of inhibition
    End of analysis and sublimation
    Sublimation and creative act
    Ethics, aesthetics
    End of analysis and psychosis


  1. The uses of Lapsus (J. A. Miller)
    The time in psychoanalysis
    The use of time
    A knowledge that hides in the words
    The transference triangle
    The hypothesis of the unconscious
    The unconscious in the analytic
    The Real of the unconscious
    Levi-Strauss with Freud
    The lapse between time and space
    Modern use of language
    Statute of the unconscious
    Virtue Lapse
    Unconscious subject and unconscious knowing
    The unconscious is not a being
    Affinities between femininity and the will
    Events of the hysterical discourse
    Caprice and will
    categorical imperative
    The unconscious in discourses
    Formalizations of the unconscious
    The analytic session between repetition and surprise
    Intrusion of time to know
    The unforeseen event
    The weight and the lightness of being
    The epistemological time
    The session time
    The Desmos of the analysis
    Philosophical debate
    Freudian and Lacanian time
    The unconscious knows no time
    Logical time
    Three modalities of conclusion
    The discontinuous time
    Time and duration
    Reduction of the sophism
    From the soluble to insoluble
    The time to comprehend
    More than an instant
    The paradox of the two conclusions
    Modulations of the time
    The pulsation of the logical time
    The nerve of the sophism
    Time Compass
    The time to conclude
    The subject of pure logic
    The anticipated conclusion
    Topology of the body and glance
    Angst and time
    Outcropping of trouble
    Aspiration of the subject for the primal scene
    The anguish as condition of the act
    The eternal moment


  1. Diachronic-historical study of the Teachings of J. Lacan
    Seminar I: Freud’s Technical Papers  (1953-1954)
    Seminar II: The Ego in Freud’s Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis  (1954-1955)
    Seminar III: The Psychoses  (1955-1956)
    Seminar IV: The object relation (1956-1957)
    Seminar V: The Formations of the Unconscious (1957-1958)
    Seminar VI: Desire and its interpretation (1958-1959)
    Seminar VII: The Ethics of Psychoanalysis (1959-1960)
    Seminar VIII: Transference (1960-1961)
    Seminar IX: Identification (1961-1962)
    Seminar X: The anguish (1962-1963)
    Seminar XI: The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis (1964)
    Seminar XII: crucial problems of psychoanalysis (1964-1965)
    Seminar XIII: The object of psychoanalysis (1965-1966)
    Seminar XIV: The Logic of Phantom (1966-1967)
    Seminar XV: The Psychoanalytic Act (1967)
    Seminar XVI: Of an Other to another (1968)
    Seminar XVII: The other side of psychoanalysis (1969-1970)
    Seminar XVIII: Of a discourse that was not countenance (1971)
    Seminar XIX:  The worst and the analyst knowledge (1971-1972)
    Seminar XX: Even (1972-1973)
    Seminar XXI: The undeceived are deceived (1973-1974)
    Seminar XXII: RSI (1974-1975)
    Seminar XXIII: The Sinthome (1975-1976)
    Seminar XXIV: Ignorance that knows of a mistake (1976-1977)
    Seminar XXV: The time to conclude (1977-1978)
    Seminar XXVI: The topology and time (1978 – 1979)


Fourth Year

  1. Corpus Freud-Lacanian

Freud and the rupture with …
Analysis vs: psychohygiene psychoanalytically conceived
Analysis vs: Psychodiagnosis psychoanalytically based
Analysis vs: psychotherapy psychoanalytically oriented
Analysis vs. : No-divan
Analysis vs: The-evolutive
Analysis vs: No-subjecting of the superego
Analysis vs. : Resistance and plug
Analysis vs: Download mobilizing
Systematization and transmission of psychoanalytic education
Conditions and Location of the analyst in formation
Position of theory and clinical experience in the Formation
The subject’s objectify
Analyst or analys-being
From Narcissism to castration
The  and sublimation
The fetishism of the clumsiness
The Other’s suicide
Propitiatory Love
Echo of Narcissus
Conceptual Anamorphosis of the adolescent
The desire and its fulfillment
The Phantom
The symptom
Ex-pressure mode

  1. Chaotic Psychoanalysis
    Unconscious and cleavage
    Sinthome and clinamen
    The impulse is turbulent as language
    Pulsional space
    Language structure
    The whirlwind in the word
    Clinical paradoxes from chaotic psychoanalysis
    Nonlinear Intervention
    Love for the sinthome
    Love from the Imaginary, the Symbolic and the Real
    The sense-of-self
    Identification with the sinthome
    Clinical and diagnostic problematic, psychotherapeutic detour
    Freudian Casuistry
    Phallic-oedipal logic


  1. Images and Semblants
    The interpretation in psychoanalysis
    There is a psychoanalysis of the psychosis?
    Psychoanalysis and the contemporary
    Event as tripartite knot
    The sinister glance
    Image and identification
    The look on the dream
    Real as it awakens and enlightens
    The strange familiarity
    From the impersonal Order to the demand
    Unveiling the Void
    Operators and obstacles in the logic of the cure
    The psychosomatic as real-i-zation of the imaginary
    Analyst Position
    Enigma and interpretation
    The analyst and the semblants in the direction of the cure
    The Supposed-Being
    Full word  and empty word
    The entire one and the supposed one


  1. The position of the analyst and psychoanalytic effectiveness (of B. Domb)
    Sexuality: from Freudian Oedipus to the Names of the Father
    Undo by the word the done for it
    The demand for love
    The Real Hole
    Lacanians Advancements on the Freudian unconscious
    From the impulse to the difference between the sexes
    The analyst’s desire
    Formation and limit of the desire
    Teaching of psychoanalysis
    Analyst Experience
    From Unconscious knowledge to the knowing-how-to-do there
    The Imaginary in the structure
    Narcissism and ideals


  1. The Sublimation
    Symbolization and sublimation
    Metapsychology for sublimation
    The pulsion in its generality
    Monism or dualism
    Transformations of energy
    Difficulties of the sublimation as pulsional destination
    Cleave the impulse
    The cleavage: need / pulsion and function / organ
    Sexuality as a function
    The failure of instinct
    Difference and shoring of the two types of pulsion
    The oral sexuality
    The hinge of the shoring and the symbolizing
    Shifting of the Freudian categories in the passage to the sexuality
    The sources: direct and indirect
    The object-source
    Return to self-preservation: its insufficiency
    Mother-son dyad or seduction
    The pathways reciprocal influence
    Freud’s Leonardo
    The childhood memory and Freudian error
    By psychic reality
    Activity / passivity
    A pictorial topical
    Maternal Perversion
    The remembrance as a symbolic figure of seduction
    Pictorial creation and scientific research
    First derivation of the impulse to know
    The sexual seduction as enigma
    Sublimation or Symptom
    Sublimation from-the-source
    Insufficiency of certain Freudian formulations
    The problem of the new
    Sexual and non-sexual
    Sublimation and Symptom
    Conformity with the ego and conformism
    Introduction of the cultural
    Fire and sublimation
    Empedocles according to Freud and Hölderlin
    Bachelard and fire: Pedagogy of the scientific spirit
    Liberation of the reverie
    Disqualification of adaptive hypotheses
    Early sexualization of Fire
    Bachelard and Jung
    Pulsional Conflict in the Malaise in the culture
    Freud and Prometheus: conquest of fire and hero of renunciation
    Suffocation and repression
    Repression and the irreconcilable
    The symbols of libido
    Extinction, resignation, castration
    Hercules as a libidinal hero
    Freudian theory of myth
    The urethral eroticism
    Sublimation and the Wo Es war
    The inciting trauma in space and time
    Mutation of the old mind-body dilemma
    The sexual energy in Freud and Jung
    Artistic creation
    Truth of physicalism: life and death impulse
    Defense and symbolization
    the unrepresentable
    The Deluge and the death impulse
    Beyond the Pleasure Principle
    Freudian speculation
    Pain and trauma
    Derivation of the physical to the psychical
  2. Psychoanalysis and Art
    Physical of the body and catharsis
    The beauty and the suspension of the desire
    Problems for aesthetics of the pulsional
    Points of emancipation of the perceptual
    Statute sensation and significance domain
    The auric as the body art
    Time, music and representation
    Amount of affect and limit of the psychological
    Body, expression and intensity
    From the Sense to the body
    Interventions of poetry in psychoanalysis
    The name and the body: linguistic limit in art
    Specific problem of language in art
    The incomparable as style  work on language
    The subject as non-subjective trait of discourse
    Pleasure, jouissance and desire
    The symbolic as the non-aesthetic (the Other in art)
    Problems of sublimation
    Sexuality and Emptiness
    Partial Sublimation in Freud’s Leonardo
    Satisfaction and Sublimation in
    Freud between the history of aesthetics and the sublime revisionism
    The unconscious aesthetic
    Art and Madness
    Utilitarian superstition of sublimation
    Sublimation in and desublimation
    The problem of values
    Limit of the aesthetics


  1. The Object of Art: psychoanalytic incidents
    Reflections about the writing
    Sublimation? Creation or repair?
    Rantés and the enigmas: between the gaze and music
    Intervention in the Seminar of J. Lacan
    The Blue Note
    The baroque art of psychoanalysis according to I. Vegh


  1. The Clinic of the End Analysis according to Argentine analysts
    The analyst’s desire in the end of the analysis
    The unsubscribed from the unconscious
    The clinic of the end of analysis
    The superego
    The transference of work
    Identification with the symptom
    The real and the identification
    Love and pulsion
    Meaning and end of analysis


  1. Sexual Position and End of Analysis
    The travel of Pass
    The hour of truth demand for pass
    An unpublished desire and without cause
    When the image becomes destination
    The conclusion of the cure
    The clinical dimension in the experience of the pass
    Ravage and analyst desire
    Sexual position and end of analysis
    Psychoanalysis and literature
    The names, the father, the symptom


  1. Issues about the End of Analysis
    The unconscious and the id
    End of analysis and therapeutic effect
    The interpretation
    Problems  of end of analysis and pass
    The physical presence of the analyst and the supposition of the subject of knowledge
    The phantom Building


  1. Finals of analysis
    History and theory end of analysis
    Own analytical purposes of the act
    Vicissitudes of the analytic link
    Transference and interpretation in neuroses
    About Sleep
    Ruptures of the analytical link
    The acting-out in the cure
    Subjective and psychoanalysis Suffering
    The choice of neurosis
    Degradation of the love life
    Affection and know
  2. From Heidegger to Lacan: postanalytical clinic
    Heidegger with Lacan
    Dimensions of Being
    The Other and the father
    Death pulsion
    The subject-object relationship
    Cogito ergo sum?
    Platonic times of being
    Nothing and Emptiness, hole and lack
    The real and the subject’s umbilicus
    Cartesian Similarities
    Cruelty, pulsion and being
    Object and formal notice
    Sexuality and dissolution
    Another psychoanalytic thinking: Towards a less silly words




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