Jacques LACAN (1901-1981). Autograph manuscript,... - Lot 229 - Ader

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Jacques LACAN (1901-1981). Autograph manuscript,... - Lot 229 - Ader
Jacques LACAN (1901-1981). Autograph manuscript, The Dialectical Function of Psychoanalysis; 46 pages in-4. Very interesting working manuscript on transference and the notion of frustration in psychoanalysis. Draft or working manuscript of a conference, extensively crossed out and corrected, paginated 1 to 10, 11A to 24A, then 11 to 31. The manuscript, in blue pen, with underlining and some additions in red pen, is in first draft, reworked and continued. One finds the themes addressed in the Intervention on transference at the 1951 Congress of Romance Language Psychoanalysts, and in his study Function and Field of Speech and Language in Psychoanalysis (1953), collected in the Écrits. "The dialectical function of psychoanalysis. 1° In the experience of the cure: the meaning of transference. To speak in a certain way about psychoanalysis / I am speaking today to the public of the clinic / You are here for very diverse reasons, origins, so diverse that to speak too quickly one would say they are random. Like any human phenomenon - it is only a false pretence of chance: in the case of a collective phenomenon one can find a common denominator to these reasons which is what is called by definition the meaning of the phenomenon. [I say that no analysis of the analytic situation that is based on the frustrations that the rule entails - in the sense that the analyst does not give the subject the satisfactions that he asks for - approval of the analyst - need to know him - advice and directions - permissions granted - silences opposed to his questions. Frustrations that are shown in parallel on the fact that they make the subject do a corrective learning of beauty. But that they lead to an aggression whose discharge by the interpretation called negative transference, leads the subject to a series of imaginary regressions that allow to pick up on the way the archaic fixations to which hang in general a series of symptoms as well main as accessory that constitute the picture of any neurosis" .... Further on, he studies the famous analysis of Dora by Freud: "the famous analysis of Dora is well known. It is the first time that Freud promotes the notion of transference". He draws three sketches to illustrate his point. "Dora is this young hysterical woman that Freud's work has brought into the eternal". And he compares her to the "great romantic figures"... ". Dora appears in the darkness of the lie and disappears with the fascinating smile of rest. The psychology of the hysteric remains to be described in abstract terms. It is built on a physiological background that Freud admirably qualified with a lesion that he indicates more than he explains", as a "somatic complacency"... Then he applies the "dialectical way" to the study of desire. "Any structure of desire is triangular. The very structure of the human object is born from the interest contracted in the identification with the similar, is supported in the rivalry, is established in the competition which is as much contest and agreement as it is struggle and discord "... Etc.
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