Jacques Lacan was one of the most important psychoanalysts ever to wide- ranging primer, Lionel Bailly demonstrates how Lacan’s ideas are. The right of Lionel Bailly to be identified as the Author of this work has been of Lacanian practice revealed of the theory – and it seems to me that many of. Lionel Bailly, MRCPsych, a Psychoanalyst and Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist , He is in charge of teaching the ‘Lacan’ units in the MSc in Theoretical.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Lacan is one of the most intimidating intellectual thinkers, this introduction made his ideas very clear and accessible.
Lacan: A Beginner’s Guide – Lionel Bailly – Google Books
Overall, an outstanding introduction on the condition that it is very hard to really “introduce” Lacan. Lacan took Freud’s ideas to the next level but oddly his popularity is among students in the philosophy and linguistic departments and not in psychiatric studies.
Also included is an explanation of jouissance. Lacan come to the conclusion that desire is the driving force behind all human behavior.
If you just want to understand Lacanian analysis in the field of humanities say, you have read too much Zizekyou may just want to read the first half more accessible on the model. It took a second reading to decide I enjoy Lacanian theory.
View all 3 comments. It is an excellent, clearly-written primer on Lacan’s ideas, and while my brain is still reeling I was exposed to the very basic tenets of Lacanian philosophy in grad school, and when I tried to learn more, I found myself faced with the daunting task of unraveling the various threads Lacan weaves together, and it left me very confused.
I understand why they did this, but it just lioel flat for me. Bailly has built a beautifully simple text with some chapters that I just keep coming back to even when reading Ecrits, Zizek and Alain Miller.
Liked it even more than the first time. Give as a gift. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Most definitely a must read for anyone trying to understand Lacan.
Lacan Beginner’s Guide – Lionel Bailly
Very readable style and some helpful clinical examples to illustrate some of the concepts and the approaches. Poststructuralism changes the way we understand the relations between human beings, their culture, and the world. A brief introduction to the work of a psychoanalyst.
The only engagement I’ve had with Lacan has been via Zizek, Laclau, Butler and Badiou- all of whom did a good job of convincing me that there may be nothing to his work, but maybe they created something interesting out of the mess, like a great remix of a bad song. However, this book convinced me that L The biggest excuse for dismissing Lacan’s work has always been that it is obfuscating, opaque, obscurantist nonsense that can’t be properly critiqued because there’s nothing there to engage with.
This is a beautiful purchase for anyone looking for an entry point into Lacan.
Feb 07, Ayse rated it it was amazing. The mirror stage liobel how the infant literally comes to see itself as a separate individual. Tom Hanley rated it really liked it Aug 23, Even if you don’t agree with him, this books shows that the usual easy criticism doesn’t hold.
Solomon, The Great Courses Narrated by: But rather than read his primary texts, many of which focus on reevaluating the work of Freud, why not listen to Lionel Bailly’s accessible interpretation of Lacan’s work?
Lionel Bailly | Psychoanalysis Unit – UCL – London’s Global University
I was really impressed by Bailly’s ability to do just what is often advertised but rarely delivered on for these sorts of “For Dummies” books: The Ego is posterior to the Subject. Jacques Lacan was one of the most important psychoanalysts ever to have lived. The Ego, then, is not the solution Freudbut the problem. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There is much other material in this short book, including a final chapter on counseling as opposed to psychoanalysis in the 21st cen.
Book review lionnel Tasha Tollman In a recent Jungian Master Class, I was introduced by Stephen to the work of the controversial and charismatic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Jacque Lacan, arguably one of the most influential critical thinkers of the 20 th century.