The London Society of the New Lacanian School
The Lacanian Review

#04 | 2018
Family Dramas Family Traumas

The 4th issue of The Lacanian Review is about Family Dramas, Family Traumas: a theme of the utmost importance for our present.

Family! This is where it all starts for everyone: the place of dramas and traumas, to be repeated and transformed into destinies or drifts.
What's the family today from the perspective of psychoanalysts, lawyers, sociologists?

On the one hand, the decoupling of reproduction from the apparent naturality of heterosexuality by science has produced a profound re-ordering of the Freudian family and the paternal reference that it was premised upon. On the other, the effects of capitalism have also impacted self-representations and the kind of objects that condense jouissance within a family: what are babies for today's parents?

Find out in the Journal of the New Lacanian School and the World Association of Psychoanalysis!

Content: It contains fundamental texts for the orientation of clinical practice with children and adolescents by Lacan, Jacques-Alain Miller and many other psychoanalysts. We have also interviewed lawyers and sociologists on the perspective of their respective disciplines.

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Summary

EDITORIAL

THEMATIC SECTION: FAMILY DRAMAS, FAMILY TRAUMAS GROWING PAINS

THE DIALOGUE

NEW KNOTTINGS OF KITH AND KIN

NEW PUBLICATIONS IN OUR FIELD

ARCHIVE: GUATTARI ON DOLTO

FORMATIONS OF THE ANALYST

REDUCTIONS

CLINICAL WORK

OUR CONGRESSES

ADIEU