Jamieson Webster: Paranoid Encounters – From Masculinity to #MeToo – Paranoia, Hysteria and Other Neurotic Dispositions

On April 4, 2019, Jamieson Webster presented the opening keynote lecture for Paranoid Encounters, a graduate conference organized by The New School Philosophy Department. The conference explores a perspective often disregarded, even rejected by philosophy — that of paranoia — in order to understand and gauge whether philosophy offer anything with respect to the contemporary intellectual and political climate of post-truths, surveillance, xenophobia, and ecological disaster. Special thanks to Pierre Schwarzer for organizing and making the audio available. Click here to listen to audio

The Stutter in Psychoanalysis: A Mini-Course with Michael Levine

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Ray O’Neill on Dali, Lacan, Freud, Narcissism & the Double

Irish Lacanian psychoanalyst Ray O’Neill discusses the life and work of Salvador Dali from a psychoanalytic viewpoint, addressing narcissism, the theory of the double & posing the question what’s really in a name? This talk was first presented at the Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult conference in London, and is titled “Double Double, Toil and Trouble, Psychoanalysis Burn and Surrealism Bubble”. For more from Dr. O’Neill visit: www.machna.ie   www.renderingunconscious.org

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