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This issue presents a set of papers elaborated by members of Flash Cartels formed in the U.S. prior to the Clinical Study Days 12 held in Miami last January on the theme of «The Psychoanalytic Subject in the Maze: Constructions in Analysis.»
Six Flash Cartels had been created several months before on the subject of “Constructions”, producing thirteen papers. Thanks to Alicia Arenas, the Lacanian Compass Cartels’ Delegate, an online videoconference called ”Flash Cartel Presentation” took place one week before the CSD, so as to start situating some of their questions and findings. “4+one” is publishing 5 of them, giving evidence of the desire at work in the Lacanian Compass, the young NLS Associated Group that is now two years old, as well as in the new NLS-Initiative Toronto, and of the fruitfulness of Flash Cartels working in urgency.
Starting from a couple of comic images, Carlos Rivas considers what the analyst is doing or undoing in the construction of a case. Lorena Hojman questions the relationship between the desire of the analyst and the construction of a case. An Bulkens brings forward the idea of the “construction” of contingency, through the stumbling of analytic speech, while Ines Anderson examines how supervision affects the construction of a case. Last but not least, Domenico Cosenza, who was the plus-one of a cartel on “Constructions in Analysis” and one of the Guest Speakers at CSD 12, considers the triad of Unconscious Real/Lying Truth/Urgent Case in the Construction of the Clinical Case
in Psychoanalysis. Finally, and so as to de-complete this series, we are publishing a paper by Florencia Shanahan on “The Trait and the Ones”, where she makes the difference between the reading group and the cartel which relies on the specific trait chosen by each cartelisand and on the plus-one who “calls for a spark of desire to be ignited.”
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Le cartel est une porte d’entrée pour l’étude de la psychanalyse, qui s’ouvre sur l’École. Lacan référait son choix du signifiant cartel à l’italien cardo, qui signifie le gond d’une porte1. C’est dire que l’ouverture, la surprise et la découverte sont à l’horizon de ce dispositif analytique.
Tine Van Belle (Belgique), nous fait part de sa découverte du cartel, de la liberté qu’elle y a rencontrée pour faire place à son désir de « travailler la psychanalyse » et aussi de sa valeur précieuse en tant que de lien social.
Dominique Tercier (Suisse), montre comment le cartel est l’outil par excellence qui se prête à élaborer à partir du trou dans le savoir.
Anna de Filippi et Etienne Pelletier (tous deux de Montréal) nous proposent deux produits de cartels de lecture du Séminaire IV de Lacan, La relation d’objet, l’un sur le concept de frustration, l’autre sur la dynamique conjugale dans laquelle est pris le petit Hans. Bonne lecture,
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The cartel is a front door to the study of psychoanalysis that opens onto the School. By choosing the signifier cartel, Lacan is referring to the Italian cardo, which means a door’s hinge2. That is why opening, surprise and discovery are on the horizon of this psychoanalytic device.
Tine Van Belle (Belgium), outlines her discovery of the cartel and of the freedom she found in it that gave room to her desire “to work on psychoanalysis”, and also describes the cartel’s precious value as a social link.
Dominique Tercier (Switzerland), demonstrates how the cartel is the ultimate tool allowing us to elaborate from the hole in knowledge.
Anna de Filippi and Etienne Pelletier (both from Montréal) propose two products from their cartels on reading Lacan’s Seminar IV, The Object Relation, one dealing with the concept of frustration, the other with the conjugal dynamic in which Little Hans is caught.
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NLS Cartels Delegate
n°8 - December/Décembre 2018
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This September issue presents 4 papers written by members of cartels registered on the NLS website, reflecting the diversity of the possible uses of the psychoanalytic School’s “basic organ” (Lacan): cartels around the reading of texts; a cartel dealing with Ethics and the formation of the analyst; a flash cartel designed to prepare an exceptional event. Two papers attest to the rigor of reading Freud’s fundamental texts and Lacan’s Seminars : Helen Koumidi, a Greek member of a cartel on the Seminar Encore, examines the suicide of the “Heavens Gate” cult members, in the light of the love for its leader who was the object of a mass transference. Sebastian Godlewski, member of a Polish cartel, “Around the Unconscious”, presents his reading of the Witz based on Freud’s work and following Lacan’s successive stages leading to the witticism famillionnaire. Two more papers stem from Viennese cartels and reflect the link between psychoanalysis and politics. They are right at the heart of current events. Gerhard Reichsthaler, plus-one of a cartel on Ethics, shows how psychoanalysis has been destroyed twice in Austria and today strives to be present again, notably through the work of cartel members. Markus Zöchmeister connects the status of people deported by Nazism with the situation of refugees today, many of whom have reached Vienna. He is the plus-one of a Viennese cartel which takes part in preparing a Zadig Forum entitled “Fear of the Other. Segregation or Discourse”, to be held in Vienna on September 9, with the participation of Jacques-Alain Miller and Lilia Mahjoub, President of the NLS.
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