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by Monique David-Menard,Catherine Porter
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  • Author:
    Monique David-Menard,Catherine Porter
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    0801496179
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    Cornell Univ Pr; 1St Edition edition (November 1, 1989)
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Writing within a Laconian theoretical framework, David-Menard explores the major psychoanalytic theories of hysteria, from Freud's theories of conversion and associative hysteria to Lacan's theory of jouissance and the hysterical body. First published in French in 1983, and translated by Catherine Parter.

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David-Menard, Monique. Bibliographic Details. Title: Hysteria From Freud to Lacan: Body and. Publisher: Cornell, 1989. Publication Date: 1989. ISBN 10: 0801496179, ISBN 13: 9780801496172.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Though this was difficult to plow through, it was worth it for the little a-ha moments David-Menard provides throughout the text.

Monique David-Ménard argues in Hysteria from Freud to Lacan that Freud's attempt to bridge this gap was an epistemological failure because he was a 'prisoner of physiology' and hence had to resort to the notion of a 'substance' as the active principle: the 'mystery of conversion'.

Monique David-Ménard argues in Hysteria from Freud to Lacan that Freud's attempt to bridge this gap was an epistemological failure because he was a 'prisoner of physiology' and hence had to resort to the notion of a 'substance' as the active principle: the 'mystery of conversion' remained just that.

Writing within a Laconian theoretical framework, David-Menard explores the major psychoanalytic theories of hysteria, from Freud's theories of conversion and associative hysteria to Lacan's theory of jouissance and the hysterical body

Writing within a Laconian theoretical framework, David-Menard explores the major psychoanalytic theories of hysteria, from Freud's theories of conversion and associative hysteria to Lacan's theory of jouissance and the hysterical body.

By (author) Monique David-Ménard, Translated by Catherine Porter. Publication City/Country Ithaca, United States. ISBN13 9780801496172. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. 1893-95), Studies on Hysteria by Josef Breuer and Sigmund Freud. Freud, S. (1893-95), Studies on Hysteria by Josef Breuer and Sigmund Freud. Sullivan's Anticipation of the Postmodern Turn in Psychoanalysis.

This small book is a previously unpublished paper by Freud and David Ernst Oppenheim

January 1994 · Signs Journal of Women in Culture and Society. This small book is a previously unpublished paper by Freud and David Ernst Oppenheim. The latter was a classics scholar who, according to Dr. Ernest Jones, had attended lectures given by Freud in 1906. In 1909 he sent to Freud a paper he had written about.

by Monique David-Ménard. Published 1989 by Cornell University Press in Ithica Bibliography: p. 197-201. Translation of: L'hystérique entre Freud et Lacan. Published 1989 by Cornell University Press in Ithica. Sex (Psychology), Conversion (Psychology), Hysteria. Jacques Lacan (1901-), Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). Bibliography: p.

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