Monthly Archives: October 1966

Jacques Lacan: The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man: The structuralist Controversy

[Jacques Lacan], Communication at International Symposium of John Hopkins Humanities Center à Baltimore (USA), « Of Structure as an Inmixing of an Otherness Prerequisite to Any Subject Whatever ». Published in The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man: The structuralist Controversy, edited by R. Macksey et E. Donato, Baltimore and London, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1970, pp. 186-195. Lacan’s intervention have been made in English and in French. Nous n’avons pas identifié la traduction que nous vous proposons après le texte « anglais » mais qui annonce « représenter une transcription et la paraphrase éditée de son discours »., Date: 21 octobre 1966, Medium: Texte/HTML, Quality: NA, Size: 142K bytes, Collected by aejcpp

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Jacques Lacan: The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man: The structuralist Controversy

[Jacques Lacan], Intervention on de C.Morazé’s speech: « Literary Invention », at the International Symposium of John Hopkins Humanities Center in Baltimore (USA). Published in The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man: The structuralist Controversy, edited by R.Macksey et E.Donato, Baltimore and London, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1970, pp. 41-44. Lacan’s interventions have been made in English. A translation is available., Date: 18 octobre 1966, Medium: Texte/HTML, Quality: NA, Size: 47K bytes, Collected by aejcpp