8èmes Journées d'Étude : Effets de la langue sur le corps

 

 

 

EFFETS DE LA LANGUE SUR LE CORPS

 

La langue parlée et écrite a des effets sur le corps. La parole laisse des traces, des marques qui, à la fois, mortifient le corps et le rendent vivant. La découverte freudienne des symptômes hystériques nous donne les premiers indices de l'impact de la langue sur le corps. Lacan introduit le nouage du corps avec la langue par le signifiant, d'abord sur un corps soumis aux effets de signification et, par la suite, sur un corps-parlant soumis à la jouissance du signifiant. Lors de cette 8e journée d’étude, NLS-Québec vous invite à participer à cette formation sur les Effets de la langue sur le corps, qui comprendra une série d’exposés cliniques, des analyses théoriques et des témoignages d'Analystes de l’École

 

                               

 Programme

                   

                   
* Les textes des précédents témoignages de Florencia C. Shanahan et Anne Béraud sont disponibles pour les inscrits, sur demande à nlsquebec@gmail.com.



Présentation des participants

 

Lieve Billiet, Psychanalyste à Gand (Belgique) (A.M.E.). Analyste Membre de la New Lacanian School (NLS) et de l'Association Mondiale de Psychanalyse (AMP). Membre du Kring voor Psychoanalyse van de NLS.
Docteur en psychologie clinique, enseignante à la Section Clinique PPaK-Gent. Auteure de nombreux articles.

 

Florencia Fernandez Coria Shanahan, Psychanalyste à Dublin (Irlande). Membre de la New Lacanian School (NLS) et de l'Association Mondiale de Psychanalyse (AMP). A.E. (Analyste de l'École) de la NLS en exercice (2019-2022). Membre de ICLO Society of the NLS (Irish Circle of Lacanian Orientation of the New Lacanian School) Licence de Psychologie (UNLP, Argentine). Auteure de nombreux articles.



Ruzanna Hakobyan, Psychanalyste à Montréal. Présidente de NLS-Québec. Membre de la New Lacanian School (NLS) dont elle est co-secrétaire. Membre de l'Association Mondiale de Psychanalyse (AMP) .

 

Anne Béraud, Psychanalyste à Montréal. Vice-présidente de NLS-Québec. Membre de la New Lacanian School (NLS) et de l'Association Mondiale de Psychanalyse (AMP). A.E. (Analyste de l'École) de l'École Une en exercice (2018-2021). Co-fondatrice du Pont Freudien.

 

Mercedes Rouault, Psychanalyste à Montréal. Secrétaire de NLS-Québec.
Enseignante au Programme d'Études Cliniques et dans le cadre des séminaires mensuels du Pont Freudien.

 

Tahar Amghar, Intervenant psychosocial à Québec. Membre de NLS-Québec.

 


Tarifs

Régulier : 45$ - Étudiants : 25$.

                                             

                                                           

 

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English Seminar of NLS-Quebec: June 11, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

  NLS-QcConcordia

English Seminar of NLS-Quebec

Introduction to the Lacanian Psychoanalysis :

Anxiety from Freud to Lacan

Special guest: Florencia SHANAHAN

Date: June 11, 2020
Time: at 5:30 pm EDT

Florencia Shanahan

Anxiety from Freud to Lacan

Throughout their teachings, both Freud and Lacan approached anxiety as a privileged affect in human experience. Freud developed two distinct and apparently contradictory theories on anxiety. From the very beginning, he linked its emergence to the question of sexuality. Lacan, in turn, devoted an entire Seminar to it, in the early 60s. He affirmed, contrary to existing definitions, that anxiety "is not without an object". He added that it is "the only affect which does not deceive".

These different approaches to anxiety allow for different ways of linking it with desire, the symptom, and the real. How to recognize anxiety? How to treat it?
This seminar will introduce the psychoanalytic theorization of anxiety in various moments of Freud's and Lacan's works, and their clinical implications.

Florencia F.C. Shanahan is a Psychoanalyst and Senior Clinical Psychologist in Dublin. Member of ICLO (Irish Circle of the Lacanian Orientation), the NLS (New Lacanian School) and the WAP (World Association of Psychoanalysis), and Analyst of the School One (AS - 2019/2022). She is the current editor of The Lacanian Review Online.

Seminar will take place by ZOOM
To register contact: nlsquebec@gmail.com
Open to all

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This is the third seminar of a series in English of the NLS-Quebec hosted by Concordia University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies in Fine Arts. 

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Seminar of NLS-Quebec in English

Introduction to the Lacanian Unconscious 

First seminar: 7th of November

The Freudian unconscious is not defined on the basis of consciousness but on the basis of speech. Freud’s discovery of the unconscious was founded on the fact that the dreams, slips, and symptoms he encountered in his practice meant something, that they were driven by a wanting-to-say. The Freudian unconscious is an unconscious that speaks, that speaks the truth.

Lacan goes a step further by placing the unconscious among the four fundamental concepts of psychoanalysis.
Speaking of the unconscious, Lacan speaks of the subject: the subject of the unconscious.
At this point of his teaching, it is not a question of reality but of truth, of the truth elaborated by the subject. It is not the question of what is there, but of the manner in which what is there is spoken of. This is why Lacan, in speaking of the Unconscious, introduces the word subject; so that it will not be confused with objects and facts.
To speak of the subject of the unconscious implies speaking of a subject confronted with his lack of being. The introduction to the unconscious is also an introduction to the lack of being of the subject:  the subject confronted with what escapes from him, with what repeats and what imposes itself despite himself.

This seminar, guided by the teaching of Jacques-Alain Miller, offers three meetings on the introduction to Lacanian psychoanalysis, and to the question of the unconscious in the teaching of Jacques Lacan.

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