Lacan lexicon

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The lexicon consists entirely of quotes from Lacan. It covers seminars and texts of Lacan until 1961, so most desEcrits. After 1961, the Lacanian terms are simply indexed accurately (see page "Index of Lacan"), which allows for further research by going directly to the text. This work is incomplete, at least in its "lexicon", but it will continue ... I also insists he has no scientific value, it only reading refléterune singular necessarily partial (though almost exhaustive) certainly fallible. Finally, a number of seminars, I used the transcripts typed when the official edition (J.-A. Miller) at the time of my reading was not yet published; versions may be questionable, but which On the other hand, refers directly to the word of Lacan. Lacan quotes are sometimes interspersed with annotations in brackets [], brief comments or simple sequences designed to make intelligible citations (long winding sentences Lacan being cut most of the time). DM
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Lacan lexicon  The lexicon ... The lexicon consists entirely of quotes from Lacan. It covers seminars and texts of Lacan until 1961, so most desEcrits. After 1961, the Lacanian terms are simply indexed accurately (see page "Index of Lacan"), which allows for further research by going directly to the text. This work is incomplete, at least in its "lexicon", but it will continue ... I also insists he has no scientific value, it only reading reflterune singular necessarily partial (though almost exhaustive) certainly fallible. Finally, a number of seminars, I used the transcripts typed when the official edition (J.-A. Miller) at the time of my reading was not yet published; versions may be questionable, but which On the other hand, refers directly to the word of Lacan. Lacan quotes are sometimes interspersed with annotations in brackets [], brief comments or simple sequences designed to make intelligible citations (long winding sentences Lacan being cut most of the time). DM  Act 1953 - Function and Field of Speech - 150 - How the word she exhausted the meaning of the word ... (...) if the act that engenders. [Goethe] "In the beginning was the deed" overturns in turn: that was the word that was in the beginning, and we live in his creation, but it is the action of our mind that this continuous creation in the constantly renewing. - 1953-1954 - The technical writings of Freud - 126 - The full speech is speech which is act. - 270 - To the extent that the subject Is to be recognized, an act is a word.  1960/61 - Transfer - 14 - the best, the act does his desire to exploit his heroic 1962/63 - Anxiety - 26/06/63 - a significant event that takes place, that this might be called the state of desire  1962-1963 - Anxiety - 26/06/63 - What is the symptom of faucet is leaking. The passage to the act that is open, but the open without knowing what you're doing. - Something happens which releases a cause - As for the acting-out, (...) it is not the fact of opening the valve, (...) it is simply the presence or absence of jet.  1964 - The four concepts ... - 133 - transfer is the enactment of the reality of the unconscious. Labels: Act Acting-out 1953-1954 - The technical writings of Freud - 270 - It qualifies acting out whatever happens in treatment. - If they [patients] act [eg. marry ...] that is the address of the analyst. - Provided that, for the subject is to be recognized, an act is a word.  1955/56 - Psychosis - 93 - I endorse the acting-out as equivalent to a hallucinatory delusional type
phenomenon that occurs when you symbolize early when you approach something in the order of reality and not the within the symbolic register.  1957-1958 - The formations of the unconscious - 11/12/57 - When it occurs in an analysis, it is always addressed to the analyst, and the analyst as that amount is not badly placed, but it is not quite in place.  1960/61 - Transfer - 393 - acting out is what type of action where, as in the time of treatment [ANALYSIS] (...) the subject requires a more fair.  1962-1963 - Anxiety - 23/01/63 - Transfer without analysis, it is the acting out, acting-out without analysis, that is the transfer. Labels: Acting-out Affect 1962-1963 - Anxiety - 14/11/61 - The anxiety is an affect. - [Affect] is not to be given in its immediacy, nor the subject in a form somewhat crude. It is (...) in any case protopathic. - It is found displaced, crazy, inverted metabolized but is not repressed. What is repressed, it is meaningful that the moor.  1963 - The names of the father - 20/11/63 - what subject is affected in anguish is (...) by the desire of the Other. It is affected in a way that we must tell immediate non dialectisable and it is this that anxiety is the affect of the subject, which does not disappoint. Labels: Affect Agalma 1960/61 - Transfer 169 - [The word also refers to the statue of a god, and even rather what is hidden inside] - I give you the key to the question by saying that it is the function favorite of the object which is still accentuated. - It is the brilliant sense, meaning lover, because that word has gal, splendor in Old French. In a word, what is it? - If not what we analysts have discovered the function under the name of the object part. Labels: Agalma  Index Lacan (1962-1980)   
LIST OF TEXTS (1962 - 1980)   0-1962 - "From what I teach" 1-1964 / 65 - Critical issues in psychoanalysis (S.XII) - Volume II.
2-1965 - Idem, Abstract 3-1966 - "Psychoanalysis and medicine", in Small writings and lectures -  4-1966 "A psychoanalyst explains," Le Figaro in literature. 5-1966 - "Little speech at the ORTF" 6-1966 - "Interview with RTB" 7-1966 - "Opening this book" (E.) 8-1966 - "From last topic in question," (E) 9-1966 - "From a syllabary afterwards," (E) 10-1966 - "Science and Truth", (E) 11-1965 / 66 - The object of psychoanalysis (S.XIII) 12-1967 - "Proposition of 9 October 1967 on the Psychoanalyst of the School" 13-1967 - "Interview given to F. Wahl - broadcast - Writings about 14-1966 - "Answers to philosophy students on the subject of psychoanalysis" 15-1967 - "Closing days of childhood psychoses" 16-1967 - "The object of psychoanalysis," summary 17-1967 - "The logic of fantasy" summary 18-1967 - "Little speech Lacan psychiatrists" 19-1966 / 67 Logic fantasy (s.XIV) -20-1967 / 68 - The psychoanalytic act (S.XV) 21-1967 / 68 - idem Summary 22-1968 - "The misunderstanding of the subject supposed to know" 23-1968 - "From Rome 53 Rome 67: psychoanalysis. Rationale failure" 24-1968 - "From psychoanalysis in its relationship with reality" 25-1968 / 69 - On the Other to the other (S.XVI) 26-1969 - "A someone with whom this sign is rather ..." (Writings pocket) 27-1969 - "Psychoanalysis in time"  28-1968 - "Introduction Scilicet " ... 29-1970 - "Speech to the closing of the congress VET ..." 30-1970 - "Radiophonie" 31-1969 / 70 - The Other Side of Psychoanalysis (s.XVII) From 32 to 1970/71 - a discourse that would not pretend (S.XVIII) 33-1971 - "Lituraterre" 34-1972 - Conference in Leuven 35-1972 - Conference at the Belgian School of Psychoanalysis 36-1971 - "Discourse Tokyo" 37-1971 / 72 - or worse ... (s.XIX) 38-1972 - id., Summary 39-1971 / 72 - The knowledge of the psychoanalyst 40-1972 - "The stunning"
41-1973 - "Introduction to the German edition of the first volume of Writings 42-1972 / 73 - Encore (S.XX) 43-1973 - Television From 44 to 1973/74 - Non-dupes-roam (S.XXI) 45-1973 - Statement by France Culture 46-1974 "Beyond the awakening" (interview) -47-1975 - "Freud never" (interview in Rome) 48-1973 - "Note Italian" 49-1974 - "The Third" 50-1974 / 75 - R.S.I. (S.XXII) 51-1975 - "Responding to a question from Marcel Ritter" 52-1976 - "Intervention after Andr Albert" 53-1976 - "Response Lacan. Nodes and the unconscious" 54-1975 - Conferences in the United States 55-1975 / 76 - The Sinthome (S.XXIII) 56-1977 - "Opening of the Clinical Section 57-1977 - "It's reading of Freud ..." 58-1978 - "Open Seminar in Ste Anne" 59-1976 / 77 - The Blinding knows that one mistake is wing-morra (S.XXIV) 60-1977 / 78 - The moment of conclusion (S.XXV) 63-1978 / 79 - The topology and time (S.XXVI) 64-1980 - "Letter of dissolution" 65-1980 - "So it must be that I innovate" 66-1980 - "J.L. explains its decisions" 67-1980 - "The seminar in Caracas" 68-1953 - "The myth of the neurotic individual"       INDEX (1962 - 1980)  - The first digit refers to the text in the list above, the second in the page number or date (seminars). - Each torque reference the term indexed to a second term is therefore violates chronological order (as is the case in the "lexicon"), but it is making a good thematic accuracy.   
act Analyzing, 20-58 -- Initially, 20-71 - Misunderstanding, 22-41 Speech, 20-98 -- Psychoanalysis, 23-47 Sexuality, 19-207 -- Meaning, 20-73, 19-137 - Subject, 21-213, 19-137 - Symptom, 20-25/43 - Truth, 20-57 affect - Body, 43-39/41 - Unconscious, 19-187 Object 31-176/182 -- Meaning, 19-187 alienation - Alienation, 11-13/12/65 - Love, 19-102 - Other 19-73/88/143 - Cogito, 19-97 Enjoyment, 19-303 -soul - Body, 42-100 - Symptom, 54 love - Soul, 42-78 - Contingency 42-132  - Request, 42-11, 0 - Desire, 42-12 - Women 42-78 Hatred, 42-132 -- Imaginary 44-51/53 - Unconscious, 42-131 - Masochism, 44-52 - Speech, 39-94, 42-77 - Passion, 44-110 - Psychoanalysis, 44-53 - Sex, 42-44/131  
- Real 44-52/57 - Namely, 42-131, 44-186 - About, 42-48 - Symbolic, 44-49 - A 42-46 , - Truth, 44-73 analyzing - Lacan, 32-4, 39-23 - Subject, 20-138 - Truth, 54 analysis - Alienation, 20-70 - Speech, 31-35 - Object, 20-92 - Thought, 20-7 - Science, 54-18 - About, 25-40 - Sss, 20-108  - Symptom, 54-18 - Truth, 25-40 analyst - Analyzing, 31-41 - Analyst, 48 - Request, 25-23/04/69 - Say, 54 (2 x) Speech, 31-35 -- Impossible, 31-205  - Impotence, 31-205 - Mid-say, 31-125 Real - 1-728 - Saint, 43-28 - Namely, 31-38/124, 48 - Pretend, 37-98, 42-88  - Symptom, 54 - Truth, 31-124 aphanisis - Subject, 11-27/04/66 art - Symptom, 55-12
aumoinzun - Castration, 37-34 - Name of the father, 39-84 Oedipus, 39-83 -- Universal, 39-84
other - Other 25-14/05/69-18/06/69 - Body, 17, 19-256 Request, 25-54 -- God, 20-19/06/68, 42-77 Between 37-69 -- Existence, 1-786, 36  - Unconscious, 19-257 - Lacan, 65 - Lack, 19-198 - Object, 1-783, 19-196, 25-31, 42-77, 50-60 - Not-all, 40-25 - Loss, 19-198 - Drive, 19-198 - Real 19-255 - Namely, 25-33-11/06/69 - Meaning, 25-14/05/69 - Symbolic, 36 - A, 19-257, 25-18/06/69 - Truth, 11-09/02/66 happiness - Hysteria, 31-84 - Phallus, 31-84 it - Other, 25-44 - Be 19-186 - Unconscious, 19-188, 20-81 - About, 25-44 castration - Other, 19-98 - Contingent, 37-35 - Desire, 39-123 - Impossible, 37-35
- Language, 19-93  - Need 37-35 - Neurosis, 32-153 Possibility, 37-35 -cause - Meaning, 10-875 thing - Castration, 32-65  - Speech, 32-66 clinical Real - 56 cogito - Be 19-70/74 - Unconscious, 19-49 - Thought, 19-53/70/74 communication - Telepathy, 30-56 knowledge - Namely, 30-84 - Sexuality, 39-32, 55-48 consistency - Imaginary, 50-75 - Real 50-79 - Surface, 55-49 contingency - Phallus, 42-86 body - Love, 44-113 - Consistency, 59-14/12/76 - Enjoyment, 3, 44-113 - Body, 40-30 - Borromean knot, 44-113  request - Desire, 37-60 desire - Capitalism, 30-87 - Request, 19-318 - Man, 51
Unconscious, 19-320 -- Interpretation, 19-320 - Enjoyment, 3, 19-318 - Negation, 19-320 - Neurosis, 19-322 - Namely, 11-23/03/66, 42-96 - Meaning, 5  dialogue - Sexuality, 1-698 god - Other, 42-44 - Existence, 50-29 - Language, 42-44 - Speech, 25-21/05/69 say - Love, 44-46 Request, 40-30 -- Event, 44-42 - Existence, 42-94 - Interpretation, 40-30 - Object, 37-148 - Subject, 40-29  speech - Love, 42-21 - Analysis, 25-31, 29-396, 42-20 Another 13 -- Education, 29-394 - Hysteria, 30-88 - Unconscious, 30-88 - Enjoyment, 31-106 - Language, 34 - Master, 29-394 - Metaphor, 32-38 - Four, 97 Real - 37-7   - Namely, 31-11, 44-64 - Science, 29-395, 30-88 - Pretend, 32-6/10, 49 - Meaning, 31-11
- Society, 42-21 - Work 44-64  , - University, 29-395 - Value 25-22 , - Truth, 25-22 dissolution One, 64 -gift - 37-58 dupe - Real 44-41  - Namely, 44-65  dyad - Subject, 1-756 school - Subject, 66 writing Edge, 19-27 -- Thing, 32-67 - Speech, 36 - Written, 44-131 - Graph, 32-67 - Language, 32-54  - Mathematics, 60-20/01/78 - Real, 33, 36, 60-20/01/78 - Sex, 42-36 - Look, 25-14/05/69 - Representation, 32-75 teaching - Analyzing, 37-65 - Analysis, 25-19/03/69 mind - Actually, 25-39 ethics - Well say, 43-39/65 - Dupe, 44-12 - Women 43-40 - Enjoyment, 44-177 Namely, 43-40, 44 12 - -
be - Hate, 42-91 - Imaginary, 44-43  - Enjoyment, 42-66  - Language, 30-78 - Letter 6 - Object, 42-87 Real 42-87 -- Pretend 42-87 - Sexuality, 42-16 - Master-signifier, 40-29 event - Symbolic, 44-70 existence - Aumoinzun, 37-25 - Other, 39-81 - Say, 40-5 - Function, 44-65 - Impossible, 44-66 - Negation, 39-117, 44-65 - Not-all, 37-12 - Father, 37-25 - Meaning, 37-25 - Universal, 39-119, 40-5 - Symbolic, 39-81 - Truth, 37-32 fantasy - Understanding, 19-299 - Application, 18 - Desire, 11-30/03/66 - Neurosis, 17 - Perversion, 17 Real - 17 - Meaning, 19-321 woman - Love, 50-67 - Aumoinzun, 37-70 Other, 39-122, 42-75 -- Castration, 37-35, 40-21
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