By Moustafa Safouan
During this delightfully readable and obviously written quantity, the realm popular psychoanalyst Moustafa Safouan considers the works of Freud and Lacan. whilst Safouan met Lacan in 1949, he used to be all yet able to abandon the sector as a result many contradictions and obscurities he present in Freud. but due to Lacan's early presentation of the daddy as actual, imaginary, and symbolic, Safouan stayed on, operating with Lacan until eventually Lacan's loss of life in 1981. you may music the evolution of Safouan's educating via his participation in Lacan's released seminars and his early contributions. Safouan wrote this ebook in English, beginning with a transcript from a chain of lectures he brought to the Lacanian university of Psychoanalysis in San Francisco, in March of 2001. Safouan clears up lots of Lacan's personal obscurities, even if he's speedy to indicate that there are not any contradictions in Lacan. Readers will locate the reason for wish, either in the course of the signifier and during the 'normative' (rather than basic) improvement of the kid. Safouan explains the 3 sorts of lack, the basis of subjectivity, the need of the analyst, the opposite as varied from the opposite, the item reason behind wish, transference, countertransference and lateral transference, and the analytic act in a story that brings those and different techniques jointly, in a 'dictionary' that can by no means be divided by means of phrases.
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The child psychologists discovered it as a state characteristic of children of a certain age, between 18 months and 3 years: They called it transidivism. You might see a little girl looking at another girl eating some chocolate, and then she hits her. When asked why, she claims it was the other one who hit her, and she isn’t lying. There is a fundamental ambiguity that makes for her logic: what she gives is lived by her as if it were received, like a relation with a mirror. This means there is some ambiguity concerning how an action is lived: at the same time activity is lived as passivity and passivity is lived as activity.
That’s why the use of mathematics from Galileo on was a big step in the direction toward getting rid of the grasp of this imagery. Why don’t we say that woman knows man? Because of what I have just said, that femininity and masculinity are translated in the unconscious in terms of passivity and activity, the male being the active one. He is the knower; she is the known. Question: When there are two human beings, regardless of gender, the active one is male? In daily life a woman may be very active or even dominating.
The idea of desire as interpretation comes as a consequence of another kind of mediation, when the other is small. The other may have a bar of chocolate, or a house, or a girlfriend, and this is enough to make you desire the same thing she has; this is the Hegelian mediation. When she is defined, however, not as another ego but as another subject, her desire escapes you. Whatever she may say, you can never be sure she’s telling the truth. There is always a question of why she’s saying this or that, and if you define her desire by giving it an interpretation, you have it at your mercy.