Hurly-Burly n° 11

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Editorial Victoria Woollard
Jacques Lacan True Psychoanalysis, and False

• Vincent Dachy What! The Cannot-Be-Said Cannot Be Said? Shush…?
• Anne Béraud What Cannot Be Said: Desire, Fantasy, Real
• Yannis Dimitrakos When One Can See… What Cannot Be Said
• Babeth Hamel The First Step
• Despina Andropoulou Fiction and Structure of Desire in Hamlet

A Real for the 21st Century
• Sérgio Laia Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian Orientation: An Offer for the 21st Century
• Leonardo Gorostiza Amphibologies of the Real
• Miquel Bassols In Psychoanalysis There Is No Knowledge in the Real
• Mauricio Tarrab Savoir y faire
• Marco Focchi The Real Cause Is the Non Necessary Cause
• Éric Laurent On the Real in Psychoanalysis
• Graciela Brodsky The Clinic and the Real
• Pierre Naveau The Desire of the Analyst
• Véronique Voruz Disorder in the Real and Inexistence of the Other
• Dominique Holvoet Making Material of the Real
• Laure Naveau A Clinic of Love Disorder
• Pierre Naveau The Tip of the Foil

The Body and the Symptom
• Jacques-Alain Miller Speaking Through One’s Body
• Éric Laurent Speaking Through One’s Symptom, Speaking Through One’s Body

Money on the Couch
• Guy Briole A Pound of Flesh
• Esthela Solano-Suarez The Session’s Price
• Éric Laurent Immanent Money
• Jean-Claude Razavet The Analyst Makes the Object, the AnalysandTakes Him There
• Agnès Aflalo The Exorbitant Price of the Symptom
• Philippe La Sagna The Circulation of Desire
• Miquel Bassols Money, Time and Not-all
• Lilia Mahjoub Psychoanalysis for Nothing? The Price to Be Paid

Why am I in Supervision?
• France Jaigu Where’s the Bat?
• Véronique Voruz The Effects of Supervision
• Esthela Solano-Suarez Learning to Read Otherwise
• Patrick Monribot Supervision after the Pass

Hypermodern Times
• Éric Laurent Racism 2.0
• Gustavo Dessal The Spark of a Desire Can Transform a Subject, a Community, a Country