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...Ou pire | Lettura inquieta del Seminario XIX di Jacques Lacan | Felice Cimatti e Alex Pagliardini | Fondazione Baruchello 18 Gennaio - 14 Giugno 2021

...Ou pire Lettura inquieta del Seminario XIX di Jacques Lacan

con Felice Cimatti e Alex Pagliardini

 

Terzo incontro: 22 febbraio 2021

ore 20.00 - 22.00 

 

Nato da una collaborazione tra Fondazione Baruchello e Psicoanalisi al Presente il progetto ...Ou pire. Lettura inquieta del Seminario XIX di Jacques Lacan, una serie di otto appuntamenti con Felice Cimatti, docente di Filosofia del Linguaggio presso l'Università della Calabria e Alex Pagliardini, psicoanalista, prosegue il 22 febbraio 2021.

 

Il progetto vuole costituire un'occasione di ricerca e coinvolgimento per affrontare attraverso il dialogo, il cortocircuito e la riflessione il pensiero sempre attuale dello psicoanalista francese.

 

I prossimi sei incontri si terranno sempre dalle ore 20.00 alle ore 22.00, e fino al 14 giugno 2021, presso la sede della Fondazione Baruchello in Via del Vascello 35.

Sarà possibile seguirli sia sulla piattaforma Zoom, sia, quando le condizioni lo permetteranno, in presenza.

 

 

Per informazioni è possibile scrivere a:

info@fondazionebaruchello.com psicoanalisialpresente@gmail.com altrimenti chiamando al +39 06 5809482

 

 

 

Calendario degli incontri:

 

1° Incontro, 18 gennaio

La piccola differenza.

La funzione Φx

2° Incontro, 8 febbraio

Dall’aneddoto alla logica.

Dalla necessità all’inesistenza

3° Incontro, 22 febbraio

Topologia della parola.

Io ti chiedo di rifiutarmi quello che ti offro

4° Incontro, 15 marzo

La partner svanita.

Quanto all’Altro

5° Incontro, 12 aprile

Nel campo dell’Uniano.

Cèd’luno

6° Incontro, 10 maggio

Storia di Uni.

Il sapere sulla verità

7° Incontro, 24 maggio

A fondamento della differenza tra i sessi.

Teoria delle quattro formule

8° Incontro, 14 giugno

Il desiderio di dormire.

I corpi acchiappati dal discorso

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