Editor: Albert Nguyên
This collection invites psychoanalytic texts, both theoretical and clinical, that follow the teachings of Freud and Lacan. Only the clinic verifies and clarifies the advances made by Lacan. Based on the signifier and its logic, he leads us to take into consideration – necessitated by the approach to jouissances – the different modalities of knotting, unknotting and re-knotting that the analytic experience offers the subject. The act and the desire of the analyst are at the heart of what illuminates the efficacy of analysis and they constitute its originality as a discourse.
The psychoanalyst takes note of the discourses of his time, whether they come from science, politics or literature, in order to affirm the social link of two. On this basis, Nouages invites the submission of texts derived from the experience of analysts, whether clinical or epistemic, that draw consequences from the teaching of Lacan, that broaden the possibility of dialogue.
Titles published in the collection Nouages
Les marques d’une psychanalyse
Author : Luis Izcovich
Collection : Nouages
ISBN : 979-10-95543-00-8
14 x 21,5 cm
Price : 25 €
Preface by Michel Bousseyroux.
Psychoanalysis since Freud has questioned what the analytic experience can change in the life of a subject beyond the elucidation of his symptoms. Do these changes affirm that after an analysis the subject has become radically different? The subject carries the marks of his childhood, which means that they have consequences for the choices he will make in his life. Do these marks come from the Other or has the subject a part to play? And how can psychoanalysis work for subjects without marks? More importantly, for those who present themselves for psychoanalysis, it is about knowing whether the transformations produced in the transference make the subject a being like others or whether he is distinguished by a completely new mark, one proper to the analytic experience. Thus, in the light of our times – that is the context of our discourse and more than a century after the invention of psychoanalysis – there is a question of whether we can isolate the marks of a psychoanalysis. They are located in relation to what? Who can locate them? This book attempts to respond to these questions by means of the orientation Jacques Lacan gave to psychoanalysis and by what the analytic experience teaches us.