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Circumcising the void: (de)contextualising in complex Lacanian psychoanalysis

Dieter De Grave (UGent)
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In contemporary psychoanalysis, the true origin of the science seems to be put aside to get it in vogue with the rest of the scientific framework and psychoanalytical thinking. Although this is a defendable position from which to approach psychoanalysis, it robs it of its core. In this paper, we take the hard-core themes of psychoanalysis such as death and sex, to heart and show how they can be linked to the other sciences, such as the theory of complexity, without censoring or rephrasing the concepts or the language itself.

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De Grave, Dieter. “Circumcising the Void: (De)Contextualising in Complex Lacanian Psychoanalysis.” Simultaneity : Temporal Structures and Observer Perspectives, edited by Susanne Vrobel, World Scientific, 2008, pp. 260–69.
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De Grave, D. (2008). Circumcising the void: (de)contextualising in complex Lacanian psychoanalysis. In S. Vrobel (Ed.), Simultaneity : temporal structures and observer perspectives (pp. 260–269). Singapore: World Scientific.
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De Grave, Dieter. 2008. “Circumcising the Void: (De)Contextualising in Complex Lacanian Psychoanalysis.” In Simultaneity : Temporal Structures and Observer Perspectives, edited by Susanne Vrobel, 260–69. Singapore: World Scientific.
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De Grave, Dieter. 2008. “Circumcising the Void: (De)Contextualising in Complex Lacanian Psychoanalysis.” In Simultaneity : Temporal Structures and Observer Perspectives, ed by. Susanne Vrobel, 260–269. Singapore: World Scientific.
Vancouver
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De Grave D. Circumcising the void: (de)contextualising in complex Lacanian psychoanalysis. In: Vrobel S, editor. Simultaneity : temporal structures and observer perspectives. Singapore: World Scientific; 2008. p. 260–9.
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D. De Grave, “Circumcising the void: (de)contextualising in complex Lacanian psychoanalysis,” in Simultaneity : temporal structures and observer perspectives, S. Vrobel, Ed. Singapore: World Scientific, 2008, pp. 260–269.
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  abstract     = {{In contemporary psychoanalysis, the true origin of the science seems to
be put aside to get it in vogue with the rest of the scientific framework
and psychoanalytical thinking. Although this is a defendable position
from which to approach psychoanalysis, it robs it of its core. In this
paper, we take the hard-core themes of psychoanalysis such as death
and sex, to heart and show how they can be linked to the other sciences,
such as the theory of complexity, without censoring or rephrasing the
concepts or the language itself.}},
  author       = {{De Grave, Dieter}},
  booktitle    = {{Simultaneity : temporal structures and observer perspectives}},
  editor       = {{Vrobel, Susanne}},
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  pages        = {{260--269}},
  publisher    = {{World Scientific}},
  title        = {{Circumcising the void: (de)contextualising in complex Lacanian psychoanalysis}},
  year         = {{2008}},
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