8 edition of Lacanian Theory of Discourse found in the catalog.
March 1, 1997
by New York University Press
Written in English
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If you are interested in discourse and ideas of language, this is a useful book, as Lacan is often omitted from general texts in the area. This covers many of his ideas, and shows interesting instances of application / expansion / theorisation of them.5/5(1). "On the psychological and social functions of language: Lacan's Theory of the Four Discourses" in Mark Bracher (ed) Lacanian Theory of Discourse: Subject, Structure and Society.
(New York University Press, ) pp. –; There is a brief explanation in Dylan Evans. An Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis. (Routledge ). This collection introduces and develops Lacanian thought concerning the relations among language, subjectivity, and society. Lacanian Theory of Discourse provides an account of how language both interacts with and constitutes structures of subjectivity, producing specific attitudes and behaviors as well as significant social effects.3/5(1).
Lacanian psychoanalysis. Disciplines > Psychoanalysis > Articles > Lacanian psychoanalysis. Description | Discussion | See also. Description. Jaques Lacan was a French psychoanalyst who reconceptualized Freud using post-structuralism. Lacan rejected attempts to link psychoanalysis with social theory, saying 'the unconscious is the discourse of the Other' -- that human passion is.
Home › Literary Criticism › Lacanian Psychoanalysis. Lacanian Psychoanalysis By Nasrullah Mambrol on Ap • (15). The aura created by the Freudian interpretations reached its zenith when the French Psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (propelled into this arena by his reading of Freud and Salvador Dali) achieved a place in the literary critical canon.
Lacanianism is the study of, and development of, the ideas and theories of the dissident French psychoanalyst Jacques ing as a commentary on the writings of Freud, Lacanianism developed into a new psychoanalytic theory of humankind, and spawned a worldwide movement of its own.
It has been argued that. Lacan's work must be read as presupposing the entire content of .