Program: December 2022 – Houston Freudian Field Library – FIBOL- NLS – Lacanian Compass

12/07 READING SEMINAR: Life and Ordinary Psychosis – 7:30PM – 8:40PM CST
Lacan, J. The Psychosis. The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, Book 3. Edited by Jacques-Alain Miller. Translated by Russell Grigg. (Cont.) Chapter XXIV, “Thou art” (p.297) and Chapter XXV – “The Phallus and the Meteor”. Coordination: Maurien Caron. This is an online activity. To participate please email:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com   

12/07 ZADIG: Psychoanalysis and Politics, Reading and Conversation – 8:45PM – 9:30PM CST
“Lacanian Politics and the Impasses of Democracy Today” (2018) in Psychoanalytical Notebooks, Issue 32. LS of NLS. “Poetry Rubric” by Paul Ingram (p.165) and Jacques-Alain Miller: Un esfuerzo de poesía, Paidós, Buenos Aires, 2016 (p.159). This is an online activity. To participate please email:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com   

12/17 READING SEMINAR:  Childhood and Adolescence – 10:15AM – 11:40AM CST
“What do Children Dream about?” (Spanish edition). Edited by Berenguer, Enric. Authors: Jacques-Alain Miller and others. NED Edit. 2020. Chapter “Dream and Psychosis” by Jorge Sosa. Coordination: Maurien Caron and Micaela Leni Larralde. To participate please email:  hffl.lacanianreadings@gmail.com .
This is a HYBRID activity, participants joining in person will meet at the Conference Room of:
Jungman Neighborhood Library
5830 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, Texas 77057

12/17 CONVERSATION: Lacanian Compass Houston – 11:45AM – 12:30PM CST
The Lacanian Review Issue 05: Delights of the Ego (2018). Text: “The Consistency of the Imaginary: The Power of the Ego” by Marie-Hélène Brousse, To participate,  please email: Lacaniancompasshoustontx@gmail.com

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