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First Year
Objectives of the Analysis and Clinical Aspects of Psychoanalytic Concepts

 

First Year
Objectives of the Analysis
and Clinical Aspects of Psychoanalytic Concepts

Second Year
Objectives of the Analysis
and Clinical Aspects of Psychoanalytic Concepts

Third Year
The Dream

Fourhth Year
Clinic of the Symptom

Fifth Year
Clinic of the Fantasy

Sixth Year
Clinical Strategies and
the Different Psychical Structures

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- Need, Demand, Desire -
The Real, the Symbolic and the Imaginary

Cultural, requirements and demands implied in the symbolic order impose constraints on an limit the satisfaction of biological needs and, in so doing, expose human beings to a loss.
What can psychoanalytic treatment offer to human beings who are battling with this desire and caught up in language

- The Other, the Law and the Phallus -

It is in the Other that the subject finds the law that rules its desire. This, at least, is what psychoanalysis has in store for anyone who questions the place and the meaning of the phallus between the subjectís lack and the Otherís desire.

- Jouissance, the Signifier and Lack -

In practice, the signifier proves ineffective against jouissance. The lack around which the subject is constituted is not foreign to this heterogeneity that renders the signifier incompatible with jouissance.

- The Question of the Father -
and the Psychic Structures
Psychosis, Neurosis and Perversion

According to Freud, psychic structures are logically based on the relation of the subject to the signifier of the Father. Present clinical practice dealing with repression, denial and foreclosure reinforces Freudís original intuition.


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