This book focuses on Lacan's revisions and renewals of psychoanalytic concepts, and shows the ways in which Lacan succeeded in the reinvention of psychoanalysis. It explores those steps that led him to assert an unprecedented formula that says against all expectation that the unconscious is real.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- The Unconscious, Real -- Trajectory -- Towards the Real -- Lalangue, traumatic -- From the transference towards the other unconscious -- The royal road to the RUCS -- The Borromean aleph -- The parlêtre -- Analysis Oriented Towards the Real -- The end pass -- The time that isn’t logical -- Terminable analysis -- Identification with the symptom or … worse -- The identity at the end, its aporias -- A Renewed Clinic -- The status of jouissances -- Symptom of the real unconscious -- The father and the Real -- Towards the father of the name -- Love and the Real -- Political Perspectives -- Dissidence of the symptom? -- Psychoanalysis and capitalism -- Malaise in psychoanalysis -- What does the psychoanalyst want?