29 de septiembre de 2011

Available now in the United States: Lacan and Addiction [1 Attachment]


CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION
Viewing addictions through Lacanian lenses
Kareen Malone and Yael Goldman Baldwin
CHAPTER ONE
Modern symptoms and their effects as forms of administration: a challenge to the concept of dual diagnosis and to treatment
Rik Loose
CHAPTER TWO
New uses of drugs
Fabian Naparstek
CHAPTER THREE
Knows nos nose
Rolf Flor
CHAPTER FOUR
Brief comments on Rolf Flor case presentation
Bruce Fink
CHAPTER FIVE
Introducing the New Symptoms
Thomas Svolos
CHAPTER SIX
Comments on Introducing the New Symptoms
Fabian Naparstek
CHAPTER SEVEN
Bulimia: between phobia and addiction
Patricia Gherovici
CHAPTER EIGHT
Two people in a room: ethnographers, unruly subjects, and the pleasures of addiction
Alexine Fleck
CHAPTER NINE Toxicomanic passion for an object: the sexual relation exists
Gustavo Klurfan
CHAPTER TEN
The colour of emptiness: addiction and the drive
Cristina Laurita
CHAPTER ELEVEN
Leverage of the letter in the emergence of desire: a case of addiction
Shannon Kelly and Kareen Malone
CHAPTER TWELVE
Lost objects: repetition in Kierkegaard, Lacan, and the clinic
Michael Miller
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
Bulimia, anxiety, and the demand of the Other
Maria-Cristina Aguirre
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
Response: Bulimia, anxiety, and the demand of the Other
Maria J. Lopez
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
Addictions, sexual identity, and our times
Liliana Kruszel
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
Speech, language, and savoir in the Lacanian clinic of addiction
Christopher Meyer
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
Response to Christopher Meyer
Kareen Malone
AFTERWORD
The contribution of addictions to the ethics of psychoanalysis
Thomas Svolos
INDEX

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