[Ebook] ➭ Lacan on Love ➬ Bruce Fink – Pimply.info

Lacan on Love Quintessentially Fascinating, Love Intrigues And Perplexes Us, And Drives Much Of What We Do In Life As Wary As We May Be Of Its Illusions And Disappointments, Many Of Us Fall Blindly Into Its Traps And Become Ensnared Time And Again Deliriously Mad Excitement Turns To Disenchantment, If Not Deadening Repetition, And We Wonder How We Shall Ever Break Out Of This Vicious Cycle.Can Psychoanalysis With Ample Assistance From Philosophers, Poets, Novelists, And Songwriters Give Us A New Perspective On The Wellsprings And Course Of Love Can It Help Us Fathom How And Why We Are Often Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places, And Are Fundamentally Confused About What Love Really Is In This Lively And Wide Ranging Exploration Of Love Throughout The Ages, Fink Argues That It Can Taking Within His Compass A Vast Array Of Traditions From Antiquity To The Courtly Love Poets, Christian Love, And Romanticism And Providing An In Depth Examination Of Freud And Lacan On Love And Libido, Fink Unpacks Lacan S Paradoxical Claim That Love Is Giving What You Don T Have He Shows How The Emptiness Or Lack We Feel Within Ourselves Gets Covered Over Or Entwined In Love, And How It Is Possible And Indeed Vital To Give Something To Another That We Feel We Ourselves Don T Have.This First Ever Commentary On Lacan S Seminar VIII, Transference, Provides Readers With A Clear And Systematic Introduction To Lacan S Views On Love It Will Be Of Great Value To Students And Scholars Of Psychology And Of The Humanities Generally, And To Analysts Of All Persuasions.


10 thoughts on “Lacan on Love

  1. says:

    Great book I have come to understand what Lacan means now when he says love is giving what you don t have Very interesting observations on the dynamics of love A must read along wit


  2. says:

    Bedste bog om k rlighed, dybt og pr cist og vedkommende


  3. says:

    While I think Bruce Fink is a good translator of Jacques Lacan s texts, my reading of Lacan to the Letter Reading crits Closely gave me a fairly negative view of his work as a critic and commentator Fo


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