Monthly Archives: November 2011

Lutecium Webex Lectures Series One

The first five lectures on Webex on Lacanian Topology

In first source on Lutecium (LTC) and on second on YouTube (YT)

#01 Real, Symbolic, Imaginary (LTC)

Not very convincing! Date is 2011/09/09

#01 Real, Symbolic, Imaginary (YT)

Not very convincing! Date is 2011/09/09

#02 Anguish, Inhibition, Symptom (LTC)

Date is 2011/09/24

#02 Anguish, Inhibition, Symptom (YT)

Date is 2011/09/24

#03 Reviewing the Sessions (LTC)

Date is 2011/10/08 By John Gasperoni
Unfortunately there is a poor synchronization

#03 Reviewing the Sessions (YT)

Date is 2011/10/08 By John Gasperoni
Unfortunately there is a poor synchronization

#04 Reality Object, Desire Object (LTC)

Date is 2011/10/22

#04 Reality Object, Desire Object (YT)

Date is 2011/10/22

#05 Ontology of the Subject, Graph of Desire (LTC)

Date is 2011/11/05

#05 Ontology of the Subject, Graph of Desire (YT)

Date is 2011/11/05

Ambrogio Galbiati, The Cave of the Deers

The film “The Cave of the Deers” by Ambrogio Galbiati and an extract from the comments

In the first source on Lutetium (LTC) and the second on YouTube (YT)

Le film (YT)

Entretien (LTC)

Jacques Siboni commente le film “la Grotte des Cerfs”

»crosslinked«

The Four Discourses

Lecture given in San Francisco on Nov 20, 2011. The object was The Four Discourses of Jacques Lacan. It is split into three parts.

First source on Lutecium (LTC), second source on YouTube (YT)

Part1 (YT)

Part2 (YT)

Part3 (YT)

Transformation of an object of reality into an object of desire

How does an object of reality become an object of desire; written by Jacques Siboni.

Transformation of an object of reality into an object of desire (English version)

HyperText version PDF version Postscript version

Transformation of an object of reality into an object of desire (French version)

HyperText version PDF version Postscript version