Monthly Archives: June 2014

1st Source: Workshop of clinical topology #12 Projective plane

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#12 Projective plane

The projective plane

The projective plane has been used extensively by Jacques Lacan, most often in its cross-cap presentation. What is a projective plane? Is the cross-cap the most relevant way to account for the human psyche?

On the railroad tracks:
— the discourse of the master says: “the railroad tracks are parallel”
— the discourse of the hysterical says: “I see tracks are converging toward a common point”
— the discourse of the university says: “the tracks are parallel and converge in a projective point”
— the discourse of the analyst says: “the subject is structured as a projective space”

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1st Source: Workshop of clinical topology #11 Intension, Extension

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Psychoanalysis, pass, in intension, in extension

The pass in intension or in extension, psychoanalysis in intension or in extension, What is it when Lacan uses these terms? It seems that he uses these qualifications in a quite remote sense than the one they have in logics

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Knowledge Representation Systems written in Common LISP

KL-One, Classic, PowerLoom are knowledge representation systems using first order logic, taxonomies, and automatic concept classification by reasoning capabilities. A short presentation during the 2014 European Lisp Symposium in Paris.
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Knowledge Representations

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At the IRCAM Paris

KL-One, Classic, PowerLoom