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Jacques Lacan
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Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (1901 - 1981) was a French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist who has been called "the most controversial psycho-analyst since Freud". Giving yearly seminars in Paris from 1953 to 1981, Lacan influenced many leading French intellectuals in the 1960s and the 1970s, especially those associated with post-structuralism. His ideas had a significant impact on post-structuralism, critical theory, linguistics, 20th-century French philosophy, film theory, and clinical psychoanalysis.
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A ActActing outAdaptationAggressivityAlgebraAlienationAnalysandAnxietyAutonomous egoMore

B BarBeautiful soulBeing - Bejahung - BiologyBorromean knotMore

C Castration complex - Cogito - CommunicationComplexCondensationConsciousnessCounterpartCountertransferenceMore

D das Ding - Death driveDemandDesireDesire of the analystDevelopmentDiscourseDisplacementDriveDual relationMore

E EgoEgo-idealEgo-psychologyEnd of analysisEnunciationEthicsExistenceExtimacyMore

F FantasyFatherFetishismForeclosureFormationFragmented bodyMore

G GazeGraph of desireMore

H HelplessnessHysteriaMore

I IdIdeal-egoIdentificationImaginaryInternational Psycho-Analytical AssociationInterpretationIntersubjectivityMore

J Jouissance - More

K Kleinian psychoanalysisKnowledgeMore

L LackLanguageLawLetterLibidoLinguisticsLoveMore

M MasterMathemeMetalanguageMetonymyMirror StageMoebius stripMotherMéconnaissanceMore

N Name-of-the-FatherNarcissismNatureNeedNegationNeurosisMore

O Objet petit a - Obsessional neurosisOedipus complexOrderOtherMore

P ParanoiaPassage to the actPhallusPhilosophyPhobiaPleasure principle - Point de capiton - PsychoanalysisPsychologyPsychosisMore

R RealRecollectionRegisterRegressionReligionRepetitionRepressionResistanceMore

S SeminarSexual DifferenceSexual RelationshipSignSignificationSignifierSignifying chainSpecular ImageSpeechSplitSubjectSubject supposed to knowSublimationSuperegoSymbolicSymptomMore

T ThingTopologyTreatmentTruthMore

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I. Freud's technical writings - II. The Ego in Freud's Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis - III. The Psychoses - IV. The Object Relations - V. The Formations of the Unconscious - VI. Desire and its Interpretation - VII. The Ethics of Psychoanalysis - VIII. Transference - IX. Identification - The Names of the Father - X. Anxiety - XI. The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis - XII .Crucial Problems for Psychoanalysis - XIII. The Object of Psychoanalysis - XIV. The Logic of Fantasy - XV. The Psychoanalytic Act - XVI. From One Other to the Other - XVII. The Reverse of Psychoanalysis - XVIII. On a Discourse That Would Not Be Semblance - XIX - XX. Encore - XXV. The Moment of Concluding - XXVII. Dissolution