1st Source: Topological Clinic Workshop

Once a month, there is a workshop on Lacanian topological clinic. The sessions of the workshop of topology without YouTube, the site of Lutetium #01 Syntax #02 Lapsus #03 Demand & Desire #1 #04 Demand & Desire #2 #05 Topology of the drive #06 Real, Symbolic, Imaginary #07 Anguish, Inhibition, Symptom #08 The Sinthome #09 […]

1st Source: Workshop of clinical topology #24 The fundamental polygon

First Source on Lutetium on YouTube the polygon fundamental Lacan has accustomed us to include the elements of the topic on topological structures. Here for the sake of simplification (!) We present these structures in a singular way, a rectangle. It's the fundamental polygon. This concerns the sphere, the Moebius strip, the cylinder, the disc, […]

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

First Source on Lutetium a lower resolution version so less heavy to load: On YouTube on Daily Motion: #12 Plan projectif Le plan projectif Le plan projectif a été utilisé largement par Jacques Lacan, most often in its cross-cap presentation. What is a projective plane? Le cross-cap est-il la façon la plus pertinente pour rendre […]

Topological Clinic Workshop

Once a month, there is a workshop on Lacanian topological clinic. The program in PDF format the sessions of the workshop of topology on YouTube #01 Syntax #02 Lapsus #03 Demand & Desire #1 #04 Demand & Desire #2 #05 Topology of the drive #06 Real, Symbolic, Imaginary #07 Anguish, Inhibition, Symptom #08 The Sinthome […]

Projective plane and the Lacanian subject — a few examples

The projective plane is a non-orientable surface which is not representable (can be merged) in our usual three-dimensional space. After returning to a few definitions and properties of the projective plane, I'll give a few examples of uses that Jacques Lacan make of that topological object. Il s’agit notamment de représentations qui mettent en jeu le sujet […]