By Sara Murphy, Huguette Glowinski, Zita M. Marks
Jacques Lacan (1901-81) was once the most unique and debatable thinkers of the post-war interval. His rules had a profound influence at the highbrow routine of his time and his paintings is of continuous significance to quite a lot of disciplines: psychoanaytic concept and perform, literary feedback, severe social idea, linguistics, cinemma, artwork feedback and political technological know-how. This identify goals to offer a transparent and important exposition on a few forty key phrases. each one access outlines the belief, finding it inside Lacanian discourse, and the evolution of the time period in the improvement of Lacan's rules. an inventory of references is equipped on the finish of every access.
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Extra info for A Compendium of Lacanian Terms
London; Tavistock. Lacan, J. (1991) [1969-70] Le Séminaire, Livre XVII, Uenvers de la psychanalyse. Paris: Seuil. Katrien Libbrecht Borromean Knot The Borromean knot, a figure developed and reformulated at different moments of theorizing, allows Lacan to conceptualize and illustrate that the registers the Imaginary, the Symbolic and the Real are linked, but interdependently so. That is, the registers are linked conceptually in such a way, that if one is interrupted, undone or collapses, all three are affected.
Freud emphasizes the phallocentrism of children, who, assuming the possession of a penis in all living creatures, attribute the lack of it to a castration. This very attribution of a lack is the result of a fantasy of a castration in relation to which the boy will experience castration anxiety and which will contribute to an experience of disillusionment in the girl. Freud's argument in the case of the boy is that his wish to take his mother as his sexual partner is given up due to the threat from the father that he will lose his penis - that instrument of erotic 42 Castration 43 sensations - if he carries out his wishes.
It is essentially tied to the symbolic order and to the central position given by the Oedipus complex. It refers to the symbolic debt in the register of the law. The clinic provides evidence that castration refers to the loss of the phallus as imaginary object. The agent of castration is the real father. Agent Object Lack Object Real father Castration Symbolic debt Imaginary (= phallus) Symbolic mother Frustration Imaginary injury Real (= breast, penis) imaginary father Privation Real hole Symbolic (= phallus, child) In 1958, Lacan refers to the unconscious castration complex as having the function of a knot in the structuring of symptoms and as 'the regulator of development' through 'installing in the subject an unconscious position without which he would be unable to identify with the ideal type of his sex, or to respond without grave risk to the needs of his partner in the sexual relation, or even to Castration 47 receive adequately the needs of the child thus procreated' (Écrits, 1977, p.
A Compendium of Lacanian Terms by Sara Murphy, Huguette Glowinski, Zita M. Marks