Bruno de Florence paradoxes of psychoanalysis
Petros Patounas the breath which cannot be said
i can’t get no satisfaction – just as well – init!
Coincidence or plagiarism? You decide, you decode. I had come across this video back in May 2011 on YouTube, and had used it in one of my ICONEA seminars in London (8 June 2011), and later on at IRPALL’s Musique et Literatture study days in Toulouse (17 & 18 June 2011, Pasacaille et métonymie), to [...]
From Infant Analysis, Melanie Klein, in The International Psycho-Analytical Library, No 34, Hogarth Press, London, 1948. pp. 87-116. Now you know.
This piece of dialogue below is to be found in Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, published in 1939. In the book, it is quite a bit before the end, while it closes the film version. I find it to be a perfect illustration of the difference between the lacanian categories of phallic jouissance, and Other [...]
4, 5 and 6 December 2013 – London – UK Theme: The reliability in transmission in texts of musical theory in the Ancient World from sources to the present day: Mesopotamia, Ancient Turkey, the Levant, Ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Byzantium and the Occident. This conference will welcome contributions in all aspects of the theme. There [...]
Wednesday 12 June 2013 17:00 – 18:30 Room G21A Senate House Malet Street London WC1E 7HU *Free of charge, open to the public, no advance booking required* The shofar is an instrument used in Jewish rituals, its purpose being to signal events of tremendous importance. Made of a ram’s horn, its manufacture process has remained [...]
made with dune-izotope-nexus-waves cla 2a
étude 2/5/6 fugue 1/2 promenade 1-7 reverie 6/7 ronds d’eaux stucke 9/10/12/15/16/18/19