Starting Blog pour le congrès
Subject: Starting Blog for the Congress
'Starting Blog' for the Congress
The NLS Congress is in three months time, in London the 2/3 April 2011
The Argument and the logistics can be found on the website: http://www.amp-nls.
In order for the whole of our School to be able to participate in the debate we have opened a blog at the following address: http://www.amp-nls.org/blog
You are invited to add your comments to the texts on this blog. You can also propose a short text yourself, which should not exceed 3000 characters (incl. spaces). The texts give an account of a sticking point, of a surprise or of a debate on the workings of psychoanalysis, taken on the basis of the desire of the analyst and of its effects on the analysand. It is both, a matter of a symptomatic appeasement obtained in the analysis – that is the side of applied psychoanalysis, and of an infernal repetition that turns around the inexpressible object, which one gets close to only when not calculating – that is the side of pure psychoanalysis.
New texts will be published twice a week on Monday and on Thursday. The first publication is on Monday the 10th January.
In order to permit the presented texts to feature clinical vignettes - which seems to us unavoidable for a rich and interesting debate – certain texts are protected by a pass word. To get this password please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and state the name and email address of the chair of your local group.
For the Executive Committee
Starting Blog User Guide
• pass word for protected texts: to get this password please write to email@example.com stating the name and email address of the chair of your local group.
• commentary: type a comment into the field beneath each article, giving your name and email. Publication of the comments is moderated.
• to propose a text: write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nouvelle École Lacanienne de Psychanalyse — New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis
Association Mondiale de Psychanalyse – World Association of Psychoanalysis