The Subject and the Self: Lacan and American Psychoanalysis
Judith Feher Gurewich, Michel Tort, Susan Fairfield
Jason Aronson, 1996 - Psychology - 266 pages
What makes Lacan so difficult for Americans to understand and what makes Lacanians so suspect of American psychoanalysis? This work brings together some of the most prominent psychoanalysts in France and America today to address a range of different topics.
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