The other in the soul’s life by Sigmund Freud

01/07/2016 / 0 comments

In the individual’s soul’s life, the Other is invariably involved, as a model, as an object, as a helper and as an oppponent. My own translation, wich is already a lacanian interpretation. In the individual’s mental life someone else is invariably involved, as a model, as an object, as a helper, as an opponent. Translated…

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Phallus signifier marks the Other by Jacques Lacan

16/06/2016 / 0 comments

The main of what I’ve brought you by describing the phallus’s function, is that it is this signifier that marks what the Other desires as himself is, as real Other, as human Other, is marked in his economy by the signifier. L’essentiel de ce que je vous ai apporté en vous décrivant la fonction du…

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The phallus marks the Other by Jacques Lacan

17/02/2016 / 0 comments

Most of what I’ve brought you by describing the function of the phallus, is that the phallus is this signifer which marks what the Other desires, as himself, as a real Other, a human Other, he is, in his self-being economy, marked by the signifier. […] Precisely; this is to the extent that the Other…

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Spoken word [parole] is produced at the Other’s Locus by Jacques Lacan

28/08/2015 / 0 comments

Let us start once again from the point where the subject’s own spoken word [parole] is a message firstly to him, because it [parole] is produced at the Other’s locus. Repartons une fois de plus de ceci que c’est d’abord pour le sujet que sa parole est un message, parce qu’elle se produit au lieu…

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The dream is a discourse by Jacques Lacan

27/08/2015 / 0 comments

The dream’s desire is not assumed by the subject who says : “I” in his own spoken words [parole]. However articulated to the Other’s locus, dream is discourse, discourse whose Freud began to enunciate the grammar. Le désir du rêve n’est pas assumé par le sujet qui dit : « Je » dans sa parole….

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