New York Freud Lacan Analytic Group
is pleased to invite you to the
XIII International Seminar of the Freudian Fieldon the Teachings of Jacques Lacan
Uses of Transference in the Analytic Experience
JEAN-PIERRE KLOTZ, M.D.
October 26 and 27, 2007
113 W. 60TH St. between Columbus and Amsterdam
NEW YORK CITY
Dr. Klotz is a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist who practices in Bordeaux and Paris. His affiliations and titles include: Member of the Counsel of the Ecole de la Cause Freudienne (E.C.F.). Analyst Member of the School (A.M.E.) of the Ecole de la Cause Freudienne, (E.C.F.) of the Escuela de Orientacion Lacaniana (E.O.L) and the New Lacanian School (N.L.S.).
Past-President of the Ecole de la Cause Freudienne, and ex-member of the Counsel of the World Association of Psychoanalysis.
Dr. Klotz was responsible from 1992 to 2002 of the Freudian field Seminar in London (U.K.)
He is Professor of Clinical Training in Paris and Bordeaux.
Dr. Klotz has been invited to give numerous Seminars in the US, in New York, NY, Miami, FL, Omaha, NE, Kent, OH, Columbia, MIS and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Jean-Pierre Klotz has co-authored Qui sont vos psychoanalysts?, Connaissez-vous Lacan? and author of The Passionate Dimension of the Transference, in "Reading Seminar XI", Richard Feldstein, Bruce Fink, Maire Jaanus editors, State University of New York Press, New York, 1995; "What Treatment for contemporary Civilization?" in International Lacanian Review # 4, 2006, on-line publication.He has published extensively in The Psychoanalytic Notebooks, Almanac, Mental Online, La Cause Freudienne and Quarto.
This is the third time Dr. Klotz will give an International Seminar of the Freudian Field in New York City.
FRIDAY October 26, 2007 AT 8 PM
LECTURE: About Transference: Singularities in the World of Globalization
Lacan’s teaching in psychoanalysis is well known to have put on stage the structure of language of the Freudian Unconscious. But that one is already a result of transference, without which there is no possibility to approach it. Who know that, through the subject supposed to know, can orientate himself towards the impossible to say, one of Lacan’s way to indicate what he calls the Real. These ways lead to the singularity of the subject, and there is a special stake here about, at the age of universalisation and globalization. It is worthwhile on that point to get a know-how on what is transference, one of the four fundamental concepts of psychoanalysis according to Lacan.
SATURDAY October 27, 2007
ROOM # 109 - MACMAHON HALL
SEMINAR: Uses of Transference in the Analytic Experience
Transference first appears as an obstacle in the course of free association, as a silence in the middle of the speech, full of passion, but also full of the presence of the analyst. The usual ways of its interpretation through repetition are wrong ones according to Lacan. The right one is much more the link between love and knowledge, that is to say, between the subject supposed to know and the part of jouissance responding to the emptiness of the subject. Through that, and with the analyst, transference indicates the stakes of what has to be the analyst to do with the real included in the symptom.
Session 1: The encounter of love in the analytic experienceThe encounter with love as an obstacle in the well-known Freudian way to transference, his second discovery after the unconscious. But it is worthwhile not to mislead here: there is no unconscious without transference, and love is both a true one and a deceptive way, even if it is impossible not to follow it.
Session 2: What is the subject supposed to know?The subject supposed to know is a lacanian concept, a key point of transference. It seems both easy to understand and full of contradictions. The main point is that it is centered by a hole, where the supposition comes and with which the analyst ought to find its place, without identifying to it, as the analysand does.
Session 3: The links between knowledge and jouissance through the experience of transferenceWith the subject supposed to know, transference allows to develop unconscious as knowledge where something is always wanting. That is the reason why there is there a way to what Lacan called his object (a), as a jouissance without which nothing of these constructions would be consistent and linked to the real. That is the stake of the analytical clinics.
Session 4: Destiny of transference at the end of the treatmentThe end of the analytical experience is usually associated with a term as « liquidation of transference ». Is there no more transference at the end of treatment? It is more contradictory; it depends of the destiny of the symptom. So what is the matter here?
The Dynamics of Transference (1912) Vol. XII, The Standard Edition, London, Hogarth Press, 1974Observations on Transference-love (1915), Vol. XII, The Standard Edition, London, Hogarth Press, 1974Analysis Terminable and Interminable (1937), Vol. XXIII, The Standard Edition, London, Hogarth Press, 1974
Seminar XI, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, New York, Norton, 1977, chapters 10 to 19La méprise du sujet supposé savoir (1967), Autres Ecrits, Paris, Seuil, 2001Proposition of 9 October 1967 on the Psychoanalyst of the School, translated by Russell Grigg, Analysis VI, 1995
Paradigms of Jouissance, Lacanian Ink # 17, 2000
Saturday October 27, 2007
9:00 1st Session: The encounter of love in the analytic experience
10:15 Clinical Case Presentation: Rolf Flor, Boston
11:30 Coffee Break
11:45 2nd Session: What is the subject supposed to know?
3:00 3rd Session: The links between knowledge and jouissance through the experience of transference
4:15 Clinical Case Presentation: Fernando Schutt, Miami
5:30 Coffee Break
5:45 4th Session: Destiny of transference at the end of the treatment
7:00 Closing remarks
Registration Fee Schedule
Before October 5, 2007 Seminar, including Lecture: $ 90,00 Students: $ 40,00
At the door:
Seminar, including Lecture: $ 130,00 Students: $ 60,00 Lecture only: $ 20,00 Students: $ 10,00
Make check payable to: New York Freud Lacan Study Group
Address: New York Freud Lacan Study Group240 E 35th St.. Apt. 7 KNew York, NY 10016
Please note there will be two preparatory readings for this Seminar. Barnard Hall, Room # 407, Broadway at 117 St., New York City.8 pmOctober 17, 07: We will discuss the three Freudian texts.October 24, 07: We will discuss Lacan’s texts:Seminar XI, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis, New York, Norton, 1977, chapters 16 to 19Proposition of 9 October 1967 on the Psychoanalyst of the School, translated by Russell Grigg, Analysis VI, 1995
All are welcome. Please refer to the suggested bibliography if you wish to extend your readings.