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29. The System.Security.Principal Namespace

Slice ePub May 29, 2014

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CHAPTER THREE: “The subject supposed to know” (Le sujet suppose savoir)

Slice ePub May 25, 2014
<p>The French words <i>savoir </i>and <i>connaissance </i>can both be translated by the English word knowledge. <i>Savoir</i>, however, is a very different kind of knowledge from that of <i>connaissance</i>. <i>Savoir</i>, in Lacanian psychoanalysis, is knowledge that refers more directly to the drives, to what Lacan calls <i>jouissance</i>. In this sense, it is knowledge that relates more to the real. The knowledge in <i>connaissance </i>is closer to the English term. It is knowledge that is constantly influenced by the prohibitions, ideals, and laws of society, by the cultural accepted modalities of each group. It is knowledge more related to the symbolic and the imaginary. The effect of these laws and prohibitions is a gap, a lack-in-being. To this effect, as pointed out previously, the human responds with the drives and finds ways of <i>jouissance </i>as a means of circumventing the barriers imposed by the symbolic.</p><p>The drives operate through the partial objects (<i>breast</i>, <i>faeces</i>, <i>genitals</i>, <i>voice</i>, and <i>gaze</i>). The drive does not imply lack. Desire implies lack. The child begins to develop a way around desire to find drive satisfaction. Because some of these ways are interfered with by society, the child begins to develop forms of <i>jouissance </i>through fantasy. Through fantasy, we can go beyond the law, beyond the pleasure principle that establishes a limit to maintaining a homeostatic state in pleasure. So, <i>jouissance </i>violates these laws as opposed to the ones protecting desire.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/296360-the-dialogues-in-and-of-the-group-lacanian-perspectives-on-the-psychoanalytic-group">See more</a>

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CHAPTER THREE: Reliving in history

Slice ePub May 23, 2014
<p>Traumas that are relived are not themselves relivings. On the contrary, they normally strike out of the blue<sup></sup>1 with no precedents that leap to mind to help their victims cope. Or so I asserted a few pages ago in my rundown of Freud's trouble conceptualizing trauma and especially schematizing its aftermath. That aftermath may include episodic reliving of the trauma, but this is not the clinician's business, for it is not seen or felt as a sickness by those who unwittingly engage in it; indeed, it is not seen or felt by them at all. How traumas get relived episodically—or for short, how they get relived<sup></sup>2—is best known from history. Such historical knowledge is the subject of this chapter. I propose to approach that subject through some historic cases of traumatic reliving that I have studied in depth over the past decades, and first off through the case best suited to turn the page on Freud in that the traumatic experience involved ought by all Freudian rights to have thrown back to Freud's own preferred infantile hang-up but didn't. In this very case, which he himself explored from close up, Freud took the infantile original of the experience for granted only to miss the traumatic impact of that experience altogether.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/225192-traumatic-reliving-in-history-literature-and-film">See more</a>

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Chapitre 7 - Emma

Slice ePub September 06, 2013
<p> Emma </p><p> De linfluence des places fortes du <small>XII</small><sup>e</sup> sicle sur larchitecture militaire dans les conflits modernes  Je me demande bien o je suis alle chercher un sujet de thse aussi dlirant. dire vrai, je sais trs bien pourquoi je me retrouve avec cette problmatique colossale sur les bras. Je suis alle la dnicher dans un des pisodes les plus traumatisants et les plus excitants de mon enfance ! Je venais davoir huit ans lorsque mes parents eurent une ide de gnie.</p><p> Allons donc visiter le chteau de Carignac, les enfants, vous allez voir cest formidable, il y a des oubliettes, des douves, des tours Pensez donc, un tmoignage unique de ce qui se faisait de mieux en matire de forteresse mdivale ! </p><p>Ctait peine une heure de chez mes grands-parents, une vaste demeure un peu sinistre, au cur du Prigord noir, dans laquelle nous passions tous nos ts. Bon cest vrai, des chteaux, dans cette rgion, il y en a des tripotes, mais celui-l possdait, parat-il, lavantage davoir su garder une authenticit et un tat de conservation exceptionnels.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/569618-les-nouvelles-voix-du-polar-francais">See more</a>

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La Sagrada Familia

Source: Antoni Gaudi
Slice PDF May 28, 2014
<p>La Sagrada Familia</p><p>El promotor del edificio más célebre de Gaudí fue la Asociación Espiritual de</p><p>Devotos de San José de Barcelona, fundada en 1866 por el librero Josep Maria</p><p>Bocabella i Verdaguer. Preocupada por las infracciones morales de las que la vida urbana y el ascenso del liberalismo eran la causa, esta asociación formaba parte de una gran campaña católica en favor de la tradición y de la moralidad piadosa. Los josefinos definían así su principal objetivo:</p><p>(…) implorar a Dios por la intercesión de San José el triunfo de la Iglesia sobre las difíciles y peligrosas condiciones que pervierten el mundo en general y nuestra católica España en particular.</p><p>Con el consentimiento del Papa y del Rey se entregaron a su tarea evangélica, transmitida en parte por medio de un boletín religioso.</p><p>Bocabella, convencido de la santidad de su papel, arguyó que en Barcelona faltaba una iglesia no sólo dedicada a Cristo y a la Virgen, sino también a</p><p>San José. En el corazón de este proyecto estaban las nociones tradicionales de familia y pecado. El nombre completo de la iglesia iba a ser “Templo</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/615745-antoni-gaudi">See more</a>

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