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Volume 13: Homage to Lacan


Felicity Bagot, Linda Clifton, David Pereira

"In February 1992 Oscar Zentner and Maria Ines Rotmiler de Zentner resigned from The Freudian School of Melbourne. As a significant moment in the history of The School, their letter of resignation is published here. It is also a moment for The School to acknowledge its debt to these two analysts." Read full Logos

Letter of Resignation
– Oscar Zentner and María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Part 1: Homage to Lacan

Lacan Ten years after: irruption or cut
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

Sade with Lacan
– Linda Clifton

The Lacanian thing or psychoanalysis since Lacan
– María Inés Rotmiler de Zentner

Of psychoanalysis – what is transmitted is not taught
– Oscar Zentner

Psychoanalysis, Melbourne 1991
– Luis Riebl

Wo Es War, Soll Ich Werden: an itinerary of psychoanalytic formation
– David Pereira

Part 2: Seminars of the Freudian School of Melbourne

The discourse of Lacan – the Borromean knot
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

The unconscious in Freud and Lacan
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

Sexuality and logic
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

The Lacanian clinic
– Gustavo Ezequiel Etkin

Part 3: The Lacanian Discourse

Lacan’s seminar charismatic or analytical teaching?
– Joel Dor

The structure of the ego and the psychoanalytic institution
– Ivan Corrêa

The times
– Erik Porge

Lacanian Psychoanalytic Writings

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