Category Archives: YouTube

The Four Discourses

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

YouTube has canceled all of the accesses to our workshops. So far without any explanations. But this situation is very problematic since these recordings were very popular.
As a consequence all of the sources are now available as a first source on Lutecium:
Topology Workshops

[tab: Part1]

[tab: Part2]


[tab: Part3]


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Ambrogio Galbiati, The cave of the deer

Le film “The cave of the deer” par Ambrogio Galbiati et un extrait des commentaires

YouTube has removed all access to our workshops. Yet he gave no explanation. But this situation is very difficult because the recordings on YouTube were very used.
As a result all sources are now available in early spring on Lutetium:

[tab: Le film]

[tab: Entretien]


Jacques Siboni commente le film “la Grotte des Cerfs”

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Lutecium Webex Lectures Series One

The first five lectures on Webex on Lacanian Topology

YouTube has canceled all of the accesses to our workshops. So far without any explanations. But this situation is very problematic since these recordings were very popular.
As a consequence all of the sources are now available as a first source on Lutecium:
Topology Workshops
[tab: #01 Real, Symbolic, Imaginary]

Not very convincing! Date is 2011/09/09

[tab: #02 Anguish, Inhibition, Symptom]

Date is 2011/09/24

[tab: #03 Reviewing the Sessions]



Date is 2011/10/08 By John Gasperoni

Unfortunately there is a poor synchronization

[tab: #04 Reality Object, Desire Object]

Date is 2011/10/22

[tab: #05 Ontology of the Subject, Graph of Desire]


Date is 2011/11/05

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Jacques Siboni, Lacanian Topology

Some questions and answers on Lacanian topology, questions put by Jean Daviot. (The end is missing so far!!)

An interview in French

YouTube has canceled all of the accesses to our workshops. So far without any explanations. But this situation is very problematic since these recordings were very popular.

As a consequence all of the sources are now available as a first source on Lutecium:

Topology Workshops

Lutecium Webex Lectures Series Two

Four lectures of the second series on Webex on Lacanian Topology

YouTube has canceled all of the accesses to our workshops. So far without any explanations. But this situation is very problematic since these recordings were very popular.
As a consequence all of the sources are now available as a first source on Lutecium:
Topology Workshops

[tab: #06, The Subject]


# 06 What is in a subject? Syntax or Semantics

Date is 2011/02/05
 

[tab: #07, Prisoners]


#07 Jacques Siboni & Jeanne Lafont, The three prisoners & the logical time

Date is 2011/02/19
 

[tab: #08 Tautology]


# 08 Jacques Siboni & Jeanne Lafont, “Black is Black” is not a Tautology

Date is 2012/03/04
 

[tab: #09 Schema L]


# 09 Jacques Siboni, The Subject and the Schema L

Date is 2012/04/15
 

[tab: #10 Projective Plane]


# 10 Jacques Siboni & Jeanne Lafont, Everything you wanted to know about the projective plane without daring to ask …

Date is 2012/05/15
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1era Source: Workshop clinical topology #01 The syntactic Structure

YouTube has removed all access to our workshops. Yet he gave no explanation. But this situation is very difficult because the recordings on YouTube were very used.
As a result all sources are now available in early spring on Lutetium:

The workshops of topology

 

First Source on Lutetium

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On Daily Motion: cut into 2 parts

[tab: Part #01]

[tab: Part #02]

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The syntax

The syntax of not lying

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1era Source: Workshop clinical topology #03 Demand & Desire #1

 

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#03 Demand & Desire #1

“Do not ask your way to one who knows, you venture not to lose you.”

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1era Source: Workshop clinical topology #04 Demand & Desire #2

 

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#04 Demand & Desire #2. An embrace?

“I ask you to reject what I there, because it is not that”

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1era Source: Workshop clinical topology #05 Topology of the drive

 

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#05 Topology of the drive

How to unite and to separate subject and desire

The libido is like the bubble gum

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