Understanding Lacan

Hervé Castanet

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Freud invented psychoanalysis. Jacques Lacan (1901-1981) allowed it not to disappear in deviations and compromises. His written work and his oral seminar constitute a decisive contribution to the analytic clinic and to universal knowledge. Lacan is a difficult author, hence the need to speak of him logically outside of controversy. This Understanding Lacan has a didactic aim: In what and how does Lacan reinvent psychoanalysis by giving a way out of Freud's impasses? To the genius of Freud responds the genius of Lacan.
The author

Hervé Castanet, university professor, is a member of the School of the Freudian Cause and a psychoanalyst in Marseille. He has published around twenty books, including Cheater of sex (2010) and Understanding Freud (2011) with Max Milo. Yves Rouvière illustrated for the collection "Understanding / Graphic Essay" Freud (2011), Marx and Capital (2011), Sade (2012) and Anarchism (2013).

144 pages | ISBN: 9782315003754