Hurly-Burly n° 10

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Editorial Victoria Woollard

Ghent 2014 – What Cannot Be Said
• Jacques-Alain Miller The Other without Other
• Dominique Holvoet What Cannot Be Said, Desire, Fantasy, Real
• Jacques-Alain Miller Presentation of Book VI of the Seminar of Jacques Lacan
• Pierre Naveau Hamlet and Desire

Athens 2013 – The Psychotic Subject in the Geek Era
• Dominique Holvoet The Psychotic Subject in the Geek Era
• Epaminondas Theodoridis Adolescents in the Geek Era
• Bruno de Halleux The Autist, the Geek and the Object
• Neus Carbonell A Case of Early Autism: From the Object to Speaking
• Beatrice Khiara-Foxton On the Disappearance of a Hallucination
• Dossia Avdelidi A Forced Excellence
• Franck Rollier Much Ado About a Scream
• Noa Farchi An Interval of Life
• Nassia Linardou-Blanchet The Plasticity of Jouissance in the Geek Era
• François Ansermet Digital Certitudes
• Miquel Bassols Language as a Disorder of the Real
• François Ansermet, Miquel Bassols, François Leguil The Debate: The Parlêtres and the Organ-machine
• Yves Vanderveken Clinical Points of Perspective

Paris 2014 – A Real for the 21st Century
• Online with Serge Cottet Science is Your Truth
• Pierre Naveau The Encounter with the other; From the Impossible to the Contingent
• Patrick Monribot “There is no sexual relation” What does it mean?
Clinical Consequences of Lacan’s Formulae  of Sexuation

The Couch
• Anaëlle Lebovits-Quenehen The Spice in the Grain
• Rômulo Ferreira da Silva Yes/Take [Sim/Toma]

The letter! The litter! The soother the bitter…
• Virginia Woolf Craftsmanship
• Jacques Aubert It’s notall that!
• Michèle Rivoire Traduire, Dit-elle
• Josiane Paccaud-Huguet On Translating Between the Acts

Psychoanalysis and the Political
• Laura Sokolowsky Freud’s Dedication on Warum Krieg ?

• Pamela King “In Los Angeles, Where It’s Never Hot and It Snows”
• Joanne Conway Limitless
• Sharon Zvili-Cohen “I have no name in this darkness”
• François Ansermet Choosing Our Sex