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February 2017
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The Late Lacan and Beyond: Ordinary Psychosis V Universal Madness (Session V)

February 6 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
NPAP, 40 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011
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The Late Lacan and Beyond: Advanced Psychoanalysis for Beginners Co-sponsored by Analytica and Unbehagen NPAP 40 W 13th NY (And By Virtual Attendance) In Lacan’s last years he extended his work in psychoanalysis and put the capstone on a life of innovative practice. By now his basic concepts have been the subject of innumerable “Lacan for Beginners” books and classes while his late seminars, texts, school and clinic have rarely been explicated in French let alone in English. This event…

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January 2017
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Crazy Like a Fox: Evil is Not a Psychiatric Illness – A talk by Steven Reisner at the New School!

January 31 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The New School – Starr Foundation Hall, 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U L102
New York, NY 10011 United States
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Much of the discourse on why Donald Trump is not fit to be President draws on claims that he is suffering from severe mental illness and therefore cannot be entrusted with the most powerful and responsible job in the world. In this presentation, Steven Reisner argues that diagnosing Trump is part of the therapists’ wishful fantasy that evil can be ‘cured’ in the consulting room. He will argue, instead, for an analytic and political process (he sees the two as…

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New Barbarisms with David Bell

January 20 9:00 am - 12:15 pm
The New School, 80 Fifth Avenue, Room G529
New York, NY 10011 United States
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All cultures develop their own modes of self-explanation, but such explanations, somewhat like symptoms, inevitably conceal as much as they reveal. In this sense psychoanalysis may be well placed to enter into a critical relation with the forms of consciousness that characterize our age. At the current conjuncture we are witnessing an escalating descent into a kind of institutionalized barbarism which unleashes forms of group behavior which require a social and psychological understanding. The time seems right to return to the classic…

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The Late Lacan and Beyond: The Politics of the Analyst (Session IV)

January 16 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
NPAP, 40 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011
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The Late Lacan and Beyond: Advanced Psychoanalysis for Beginners Co-sponsored by Analytica and Das Unbehagen NPAP 40 W 13th NY (And By Virtual Attendance) In Lacan’s last years he extended his work in psychoanalysis and put the capstone on a life of innovative practice. By now his basic concepts have been the subject of innumerable “Lacan for Beginners” books and classes while his late seminars, texts, school and clinic have rarely been explicated in French let alone in English. This…

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December 2016
Free

The Late Lacan and Beyond: Advanced Psychoanalysis for Beginners (Session III)

December 7, 2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
NPAP, 40 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011
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The Late Lacan and Beyond: Advanced Psychoanalysis for Beginners NPAP 40 W 13th NY (And By Virtual Attendance) In Lacan’s last years he extended his work in psychoanalysis and put the capstone on a life of innovative practice. By now his basic concepts have been the subject of innumerable “Lacan for Beginners” books and classes while his late seminars, texts, school and clinic have rarely been explicated in French let alone in English. This event will demonstrate the significance of…

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November 2016
Free

Jeffrey Sacks: The Philosophical Anthropology of Paul Ricouer Towards an Evolving Psychoanalysis (Class 3)

November 16, 2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Unnamed Venue, 53 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003 United States
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This series of conversations will examine the core concepts of philosophical anthropology and explore their application towards an evolving contemporary psychoanalysis through clinical examples and selected readings of Paul Ricoeur. His interdisciplinary blending of literature, philosophy and psychoanalysis and the poetics of imagination offer enhanced opportunities of ethical gratitude, healing mutual recognition and liberation. First Conversation: From the semantics of desire, metaphor, and narrative to vulnerability as the new capability Second Conversation: From the interpersonal intersubjective linguistic field theory to…

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SIPP 2016: Any Body, Anybody – The Matter of the Unconscious

November 10, 2016 - November 12, 2016

Click here to view PDF of program Click here to register If you have any questions about the program or registration please email: 16sipp@gmail.com

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The Late Lacan and Beyond: Advanced Psychoanalysis for Beginners (Session II)

November 4, 2016 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
NPAP, 40 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011
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Jeffrey Sacks: The Philosophical Anthropology of Paul Ricoeur Towards an Evolving Contemporary Psychoanalysis (Class 2)

November 2, 2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Unnamed Venue, 53 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003 United States
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This series of conversations will examine the core concepts of philosophical anthropology and explore their application towards an evolving contemporary psychoanalysis through clinical examples and selected readings of Paul Ricoeur. His interdisciplinary blending of literature, philosophy and psychoanalysis and the poetics of imagination offer enhanced opportunities of ethical gratitude, healing mutual recognition and liberation. First Conversation: From the semantics of desire, metaphor, and narrative to vulnerability as the new capability Second Conversation: From the interpersonal intersubjective linguistic field theory to…

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October 2016
Free

“How To Live Together”: Acephalic Discontents IV

October 29, 2016 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
BAM Fisher – Sharp Lower Lobby, 321 Ashland Place
Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States
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(session IV/ curated by WENDY’S SUBWAY/ texts: Roland Barthes, “How to Live Together”) Acephalic discontents is a series of text-based discussions on the question of community and group structure organized in collaboration with various writerly, artistic and intellectual groups. Sessions reflect on the possibilities and limits of alternative organization within the constraints of today’s capitalism while also functioning as nodes of intersection for various acephalic thinkers, groups and projects between New York City and Philadelphia. Each discussion session is relatively…

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Laurence Rickels: All You Vampires

October 21, 2016 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Jefferson Market Library, 425 6th Avenue (at West 9th Street)
New York, NY 10011 United States
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The title "All You Vampires" summarizes the drift of the presentation by tampering with the title of Robert Heinlein’s time-travel story "All You Zombies" and placing the vampire in the seat of sole survivor (and mourner). To this end I attend to the origin story of the living dead, Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend. The contest that reopened at the start of the new millennium between identification with the undead and thrill-a-kill consumerism of the living dead also rereleased but…

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Jeffrey Sacks: The Philosophical Anthropology of Paul Ricoeur Towards an Evolving Contemporary Psychoanalysis (Class 1)

October 19, 2016 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
James Fuentes Gallery, 55 Delancey Street
New York, NY 10002 United States
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This series of conversations will examine the core concepts of philosophical anthropology and explore their application towards an evolving contemporary psychoanalysis through clinical examples and selected readings of Paul Ricoeur. His interdisciplinary blending of literature, philosophy and psychoanalysis and the poetics of imagination offer enhanced opportunities of ethical gratitude, healing mutual recognition and liberation. First Conversation: From the semantics of desire, metaphor, and narrative to vulnerability as the new capability Second Conversation: From the interpersonal intersubjective linguistic field theory to…

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