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Hysteria from Freud to Lacan: Body and Language in Psychoanalysis epub

by Monique David-Menard,Catherine Porter


Hysteria from Freud to Lacan: Body and Language in Psychoanalysis epub

ISBN: 0801421004

ISBN13: 978-0801421006

Author: Monique David-Menard,Catherine Porter

Category: Fitness and Dieting

Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling

Language: English

Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr; n edition (December 1, 1989)

Pages: 206 pages

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Writing within a Laconian theoretical framework, David-Menard explores the major psychoanalytic theories of hysteria, from Freud's theories of conversion and associative hysteria to Lacan's theory of jouissance and the hysterical body. First published in French in 1983, and translated by Catherine Parter.

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By (author) Monique David-Ménard, Translated by Catherine Porter. Publication City/Country Ithaca, United States. ISBN13 9780801496172. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Though this was difficult to plow through, it was worth it for the little a-ha moments David-Menard provides throughout the text.

Monique David-Ménard argues in Hysteria from Freud to Lacan that Freud's attempt to bridge this gap was an epistemological failure because he was a 'prisoner of physiology' and hence had to resort to the notion of a 'substance' as the active principle: the 'mystery of conversion'.

Monique David-Ménard argues in Hysteria from Freud to Lacan that Freud's attempt to bridge this gap was an epistemological failure because he was a 'prisoner of physiology' and hence had to resort to the notion of a 'substance' as the active principle: the 'mystery of conversion' remained just that.

Catherine Porter (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983; 1989). Freud, . Unconscious Emotions. Lacan, . The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book II: The Ego in Freud’s Theory and in the Technique of Psychoanalysis.

Few diagnostic categories are as controversial in psychoanalysis as hysteria

Few diagnostic categories are as controversial in psychoanalysis as hysteria. Widely held to reflect outmoded cultural prejudices against women, hysteria has virtually disappeared from our theoretical literature, diagnostic manuals, and training programs. However, far from being gender-bound, this book shows that hysteria for Jacques Lacan represents a psychic strategy that bears on one of the most fundamental preoccupations of existence: What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be a man?"

Catherine Porter (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1989);J.

Catherine Porter (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1989);J.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Hysteria From Freud to Lacan: Body and. Books which are not thought to conform to the description offered by Sutton Books or which have been damaged in transit may be returned for full refund

Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Cornell, 1989. Publication Date: 1989. Books which are not thought to conform to the description offered by Sutton Books or which have been damaged in transit may be returned for full refund. Purchasers in Britain may pay with sterling cheques. We also take VISA, Mastercard, American Express, and PayPal.

by Monique DAVID-MENARD.

Writing within a Laconian theoretical framework, David-Menard explores the major psychoanalytic theories of hysteria, from Freud's theories of conversion and associative hysteria to Lacan's theory of jouissance and the hysterical body. First published in French in 1983, and translated by Catherine Parter. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.