By Julia Borossa, Catalina Bronstein, Claire Pajaczkowska
Re-opening a discussion first tried with nice good fortune in 1995 (The Klein-Lacan Dialogues, equipped by means of Catalina Bronstein and Bernard Burgoyne), this e-book is predicated on a brand new overseas seminar sequence collaboratively geared up via colleagues at UCL, Middlesex college, and the Royal university of paintings and held in 2011 lower than the auspices of the UCL Psychoanalysis Unit.
This booklet presents a well timed exploration and comparability of key strategies within the theories of Melanie Klein and Jacques Lacan, thinkers and clinicians whose impression over the advance of psychoanalysis within the wake of Freud has been profound and far-reaching. whereas the centrality of the subconscious is a robust conviction shared by way of either Klein and Lacan, there also are many transformations among the 2 faculties of concept and the scientific paintings that's produced in each one. the aim of this assortment is to take heavily those similarities and differences.
Deeply appropriate to either theoretical mirrored image and scientific paintings, The New Klein-Lacan Dialogues should still make attention-grabbing analyzing for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, psychological healthiness execs, students and all those that desire to recognize extra approximately those prime figures within the box of psychoanalysis.
The assortment facilities round key ideas similar to: symbolic functionality, the ego, the item, the physique, trauma, autism, impact and heritage and information. The members are across the world popular writers and clinicians and contain: Eva Bahovec, Lionel Bailly, Rachel Blass, Ronald Britton, Catalina Bronstein, Bernard Burgoyne, Robert Hinshelwood, Roberto Ileyassoff, Marie-Christine Laznik, Elias Mallet da Rocha Barros, Catherine Mathelin-Vanier, Maria Rhode, Elisabeth Roudinesco, Richard Rusbridger, Michael Rustin, Paul Verhaeghe and Marcus Vieria.