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Anticipation and subjectivity: a commentary on an early text by Lacan

(2000) AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 517. p.117-123
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In his 1945 paper Lacan discusses a sophism to exemplify crucial moments in the becoming of a human subject. One of these moments is the anticipation of an identity. This anticipatory decision is confirmed in a subsequent logical reasoning. In our paper we will present the sophism in its details and will focus on the essential moment of anticipation. The further (and sometimes implicit) reworking of this notion by Lacan shows that, according to psychoanalysis, anticipation is an important mechanism that involves time and the presence of the other.
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anticipation, subject, SYSTEMS, logical time, psychoanalysis, collectivity

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Blomme, David, and Dominiek Hoens. “Anticipation and Subjectivity: a Commentary on an Early Text by Lacan.” Aip Conference Proceedings. Ed. DM Dubois. Vol. 517. Melville, NY, USA: American Institute Physics, 2000. 117–123. Print.
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Blomme, David, & Hoens, D. (2000). Anticipation and subjectivity: a commentary on an early text by Lacan. In DM Dubois (Ed.), AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (Vol. 517, pp. 117–123). Presented at the 3rd International conference on Computing Anticipatory Systems (CASYS 1999), Melville, NY, USA: American Institute Physics.
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Blomme, David, and Dominiek Hoens. 2000. “Anticipation and Subjectivity: a Commentary on an Early Text by Lacan.” In Aip Conference Proceedings, ed. DM Dubois, 517:117–123. Melville, NY, USA: American Institute Physics.
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Blomme, David, and Dominiek Hoens. 2000. “Anticipation and Subjectivity: a Commentary on an Early Text by Lacan.” In Aip Conference Proceedings, ed. DM Dubois, 517:117–123. Melville, NY, USA: American Institute Physics.
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Blomme D, Hoens D. Anticipation and subjectivity: a commentary on an early text by Lacan. In: Dubois D, editor. AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Melville, NY, USA: American Institute Physics; 2000. p. 117–23.
IEEE
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D. Blomme and D. Hoens, “Anticipation and subjectivity: a commentary on an early text by Lacan,” in AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, Liège, Belgium, 2000, vol. 517, pp. 117–123.
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  abstract     = {In his 1945 paper Lacan discusses a sophism to exemplify crucial moments in the becoming of a human subject. One of these moments is the anticipation of an identity. This anticipatory decision is confirmed in a subsequent logical reasoning. In our paper we will present the sophism in its details and will focus on the essential moment of anticipation. The further (and sometimes implicit) reworking of this notion by Lacan shows that, according to psychoanalysis, anticipation is an important mechanism that involves time and the presence of the other.},
  author       = {Blomme, David and Hoens, Dominiek},
  booktitle    = {AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS},
  editor       = {Dubois, DM},
  isbn         = {9781563969331},
  issn         = {1373-5411},
  keywords     = {anticipation,subject,SYSTEMS,logical time,psychoanalysis,collectivity},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Liège, Belgium},
  pages        = {117--123},
  publisher    = {American Institute Physics},
  title        = {Anticipation and subjectivity: a commentary on an early text by Lacan},
  volume       = {517},
  year         = {2000},
}

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