Synonyms for jacques_lacan or Related words with jacques_lacan

gilles_deleuze              jacques_derrida              roland_barthes              lacan              maurice_merleau_ponty              félix_guattari              louis_althusser              jean_françois_lyotard              pierre_bourdieu              emmanuel_levinas              michel_foucault              alain_badiou              luce_irigaray              jean_baudrillard              julia_kristeva              claude_lévi_strauss              alexandre_kojève              deleuze              gaston_bachelard              émile_durkheim              martin_heidegger              hans_georg_gadamer              althusser              henri_bergson              levinas              merleau_ponty              lyotard              hélène_cixous              bernard_stiegler              sartre              jacques_rancière              bachelard              karl_jaspers              avital_ronell              edmund_husserl              henri_lefebvre              rené_girard              lacanian_psychoanalysis              melanie_klein              gilles_deleuze_félix_guattari              lacanian              paul_ricoeur              barthes              raymond_aron              emmanuel_lévinas              sigmund_freud              georges_bataille              philippe_lacoue_labarthe              maurice_blanchot              ludwig_wittgenstein             

Examples of "jacques_lacan"
1- Television, Jacques Lacan, Rokhdad no Edition, Tehran, 2014
He was a friend of Albert Camus, André Gide, Jacques Lacan, and Jacques Derrida.
Jakobson's theories were important for Claude Lévi-Strauss, Roland Barthes, Jacques Lacan, and others.
The famous psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan attributed the quote "The truth is always new" to Jacob.
Jacques Lacan wrote of "this absurd hymn to the harmony of the genital" in vulgar Freudianism.
"Book XIX" of the Seminar of Jacques Lacan appeared in 2011 and "Book VI" in 2013.
The graph of desire () is a conceptual tool from the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan.
Jacques Lacan, 'Kant avec Sade' "Critique" 191 (1963) / 'Kant with Sade' "October" 51 (1989)
Jacques Hassoun (20 October 1936 – 24 April 1999) was a French psychoanalyst and proponent of the ideas of Jacques Lacan.
The École freudienne de Paris (EFP) was a French psychoanalytic professional body formed in 1964 by Jacques Lacan.
Some of the most notable influences on her writings have been Jacques Derrida, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan and Arthur Rimbaud.
French psychiatrist Jacques Lacan broke with the IPA over his variable-length sessions, and founded the Société Française de Psychanalyse.
Also Jacques Lacan took Bolk's fetalization theory into account in order to introduce his own thesis on the mirror stage.
In the 1960s, Irigaray started attending the psychoanalytic seminars of Jacques Lacan and joined the École Freudienne de Paris, directed by Lacan.
Elizabeth Grosz is a professor at Duke University. She has written on French philosophers, Jacques Lacan, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Luce Irigaray and Gilles Deleuze.
The Borromean clinic is a model of psychoanalytic practice advanced in the late work of Jacques Lacan. It takes its name from the Borromean knot.
Perrier came to conclude that Jacques Lacan was "a troublemaker of genius"; and that his followers were "travellers in the realm of 'Translacania'", as he would call it.
Jacques Lacan (1901–1981) was specifically interested in the philosophy of psychoanalysis. He could be said to be relevant to the more modern foundations of discursive psychology.
During the 1980s, Žižek edited and translated Jacques Lacan, Sigmund Freud, and Louis Althusser. He used Jacques Lacan's work to interpret Hegelian and Marxist philosophy.
In 1968 Castoriadis married Piera Aulagnier, a French psychoanalyst who had undergone psychoanalytic treatment under Jacques Lacan from 1955 until 1961.