ICLO-NLS WELCOMES ANNE LYSY, KRING, NLS ON SATURDAY 30TH APRIL @ 11 AM.
Sexualities & Psychoanalysis Today: Speaking Bodies, Holes & Necessary Fictions
Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian orientation teaches us that sexuality is a matter of an encounter between words and bodies, an encounter of language and jouissance.
This seminar will trace a winding path that carries us through the opposition and coupling of fictions and real, dialectics of desire and body event - from the theme of the upcoming NLS Congress to that of the recent World Association of Psychoanalysis Congress, “Woman Doesn’t Exist.”
A published pass testimony by Clotilde Leguil, "The First"* presented by Joanne Conway ICLO-NLS, will accompany our work of elaboration speaking to the seminar title.
Reference material: - Jacques-Alain Miller, "Reading a Symptom," Hurly Burly, Issue 6, pg. 143-152. - NLS Congress 2022 Argument by Alexandre Stevens (see link below) - * Clotilde Leguil, "The First," The Lacanian Review, Issue 5, pg. 90-97. - * Clotilde Leguil, "An Awakening: Between Vision & Dénouement," Scilicet -Dream Its Interpretation & Use in Lacanian Treatment, 2020, pg. 178-179.