Jacques Lacan: Critical Evaluations in Cultural Theory (4 vols.)

March 10, 2008

Here is a list of off the papers that are in this set of books…

“The texts selected here present the entire scope of the Lacan debate, from the late 1970s through the present. Focusing on the four principal domains of Lacan’s influence–psychoanalytic theory and practice, philosophy, social sciences, and cultural studies, this set includes a new introduction by Zizek and a thorough index.

Contents

Volume I: Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice
1. Jacques-Alain Miller Paradigms of Jouissance, lacanian Ink 17 pp. 10-47 [2000]
2. Jacqueline Rose The Imaginary, in Colin McCabe, ed., The Talking Cure pp. 132-161 [St. Martin’s Press, 1981]
3. Martin Thom The Unconscious Structured as a Language, in Colin McCabe, ed., The Talking Cure pp. 1-44 [St. Martin’s Press, 1981]
4. Moustapha Safouan In Praise of Hysteria, in Stuart Schneiderman, ed., Returning to Freud pp. 55-60 [Yale UP, 1980]
5. Gerard Wajeman The Hysteric’s Discourse Hystoria (Lacan Study Notes:Special Issue) pp. 1-22 [1988]
6. Michel Silvestre Conducting the Hysteric’s Cure Hystoria (Lacan Study Notes:Special Issue) pp. 23-33 [1988]
7. Darian Leader, Why Do Women Write More Letters Than They Post pp. 123-159 [Faber and Faber, 1996]
8. Charles Mehlman On Obsessional Neurosis, in Stuart Schneiderman, ed., Returning to Freud pp. 130-138 [Yale UP, 1980]
9. Jacques-Alain Miller H20:Suture in Obsessionality Hystoria (Lacan Study Notes:Special Issue) pp. 34-44 [1988]
10. Octave Mannoni Je sais bien, mais quand meme Clefs pour l’imaginaire pp. 9-33 [Editions du Seuil, 1968]
11. Jean Clavreuil The Perverse Couple, in Stuart Schneiderman, ed., Returning to Freud pp. 215-233 [Yale UP, 1980]
12. Jacques-Alain Miller On Perversion, in Richard Feldstein, Bruce Fink, Maire Jaanus, eds., Reading Seminars I and II pp. 306-320 [SUNY Press, 1996]
13. Serge Leclaire, Psychoanalyzing:On the Order of the Unconscious and the Practice of the Letter, Chapters 5 and 7 [Stanford UP, 1998]
14. Jean Laplanche Interpretation between Determinism and Hermeneutics:a Restatement of the Problem Essays on Otherness pp. 138-165 [Routledge, 1999]
15. Anne Dunand The End of Analysis, in Richard Feldstein, Bruce Fink, Maire Jaanus, eds., Reading Seminar XI pp. 243-256 [SUNY Press, 1995]
16. Kirsten Hyldgaard The Cause of the Subject as an Ill-timed Accident:Lacan, Sartre and Aristotle Umbr(a):A Journal of the Unconscious pp. 67-80 [2000]
17. Bruce Fink The Subject and the Other’s Desire, in Richard Feldstein, Bruce Fink, Maire Jaanus, eds., Reading Seminars I and II pp. 76-97 [SUNY Press, 1996]
18. Jean-Claude Milner The Doctrine of Science Umbr(a):A Journal of the Unconscious 2000:Science and Truth pp. 33-63

Volume II: Philosophy
19. Mladen Dolar Cogito as the Subject of the Unconscious, in Slavoj Zizek, ed., Cogito and the Unconscious pp. 11-40 [Duke UP, 1998]
20. Alain Badiou Descartes/Lacan Umbr(a):A Journal of the Unconscious 1996:On Badiou pp. 13-16 21. Bernard Baas Le desir pur Ornicar?, No 43, pp. 56-91 [1987]
22. Alenka Zupancic The Subject of the Law, in Slavoj Zizek, ed., Cogito and the Unconscious pp. 41-73 [Duke UP, 1998]
23. Joan Copjec Euthanasia of Reason Read My Desire:Lacan against the Historicists pp. 201-236 [The MIT Press, 199X]
24. Slavoj Zizek Cogito and the Sexual Difference Tarrying With the Negative pp. 45-80 [Duke UP, 1993]
25. Richard Boothby Figurations of the Objet a, Freud as Philosopher pp. 241-280 [Routledge, 2001]
26. Edward S. Casey and J. Melvin Woody Hegel, Heidegger, Lacan:The Dialectic of Desire, in Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, eds., Interpreting Lacan pp. 75-112 [Yale UP, 1973]
27. Hermann Lang Language and Finitude Language and the Unconscious. Lacan’s Hermeneutics of Psychoanalysis pp. 135-177 [Humanities Press, 1999]
28. Gilles Deleuze The Logic of Sense pp. 27-48 [Columbia UP, 1990]
29. Barbara Johnson The Frame of Reference:Poe, Lacan, Derrida, in John P. Muller and William J. Richardson, eds., The Purloined Poe pp. 457-505 [Johns Hopkins UP, 1988]
30. Jean-Claude Milner, For the Love of Language, Chapters 5, 6 and 7 [MacMillan, 19XX]

Volume III:Society, Politics, Ideology
31. Fredric Jameson Imaginary and Symbolic in Lacan The Ideologies of Theory. Essays 1971-1986, Vol. 1 pp. 75-115 [Minnesota UP, 1988]
32. Louis Althusser Freud and Lacan Writings on Psychoanalysis pp. 13-32 [Columbia UP, 1996]
33. Mladen Dolar Lacan and the Uncanny October 58 pp. 5-23 [1991]
34. Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen The Freudian Subject:From Politics to Ethics The Emotional Tie pp. 15-35 [Stanford UP, 1992]
35. Gilbert D. Chaitin The Subject and the Symbolic Order:Historicity, Mathematics, Poetry Rhetoric and Culture in Lacan pp. 195-242 [Cambridge UP, 1996]
36. Henry Krips, Fetish:An Erotics of Culture pp. 73-117 [Cornell UP, 1999]
37. Eric Santner Freud’s Moses and the Ethics of Nomothropic Desire, in Renata Salecl, ed., Sexuation pp. 57-105 [Duke UP, 2000]
38. Alain Grosrichard The Case of Polyphemus, in Slavoj Zizek, ed., Cogito and the Unconscious pp. 117-148 [Duke UP, 1998]
39. Miran Bozovic An Utterly Dark Spot An Utterly Dark Spot pp. 95-120 [The University of Michigan Press, 2000]
40. Yannis Stavrakakis Encircling the Political Lacan And the Political pp. 71-98 [Routledge, 2000]
41. Ernesto Laclau Why do Empty Signifiers Matter to Politics? Emancipation(s), pp. 36-46 [Verso Books, 1995]
42. Yannis Stavrakakis Laclau With Lacan Umbr(a):A Journal of the Unconscious pp. 134-153 [2000]
43. Slavoj Zizek Che vuoi? The Sublime Object of Ideology pp. 87-129 [Verso Books, 1989]
44. Robert Pfaller Negation and Its Reliabilities:An Empty Subject for Ideology?, in Slavoj Zizek, ed., Cogito and the Unconscious pp. 225-246 [Duke UP, 1998]
45. Jerry Aline Flieger Is Oedipus On-line?, in Pretexts:studies in writing and culture, Vol. 6 No 1, pp. 81-94 [1997]

Volume IV:Culture
46. Jacques-Alain Miller Suture Screen Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 24-34 [1977/78]
47. Alain Badiou Complementary Note On a Contemporary Usage Of Frege Umbr(a):A Journal of the Unconscious 2000:Science and Truth pp. 107-113 [Buffalo]
48. Jean-Pierre Oudart Cinema and Suture Screen Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 35-47 [1977/78]
49. Stephen Heath Notes on Suture Screen Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 48-76 [1977/78]
50. Alain Badiou What Is Love?, in Renata Salecl, ed., Sexuation pp. 263-281 [Duke UP, 2000]
51. Alenka Zupancic The Case of the Perforated Sheet, in Renata Salecl, ed., Sexuation pp. 282-296 [Duke UP, 2000]
52. Mladen Dolar The Object Voice, in Renata Salecl and Slavoj Zizek, eds., Gaze and Voice as Love Objects pp. 7-31 [Duke UP, 1996]
53. Michel Chion, The Voice in Cinema pp. 17-57 [Columbia UP, 1999]
54. Mary Ann Doane Sublimation and the Psychoanalysis of the Aesthetic <
i>Femmes Fatales pp. 249-267 [Routledge, 1991] 55. Pascal Bonitzer Hitchcockian Suspense, in Slavoj Zizek, ed., Everything you always wanted to know about Lacan (but were afraid to ask Hitchcock) pp. 13-30 [Verso Books, 1992]
56. Richard Maltby A Brief Romantic Interlude, in David Bordwell and Noel Carroll, eds., Post-Theory pp. 13-30 [The University of Wisconsin Press, 1996]
57. Gerard Wajcman The Absence of the 20th Century Lacanian Ink 18 pp. 60-79 [2001]
58. Michel Poizat, The Angel’s Cry:Beyond the Pleasure Principle in Opera, Part II, chapter 2 (“Entre parole, cri et silence”) [Cornell UP, 1992]
59. Jacqueline Rose Daddy The Haunting of Sylvia Plath pp. 205-238 [Virago, 1991]
60. Alenka Zupancic Lacan’s Heroines:Antigone and Sygne de Coufontaine New Formations, No. 35, pp. 108-121 ”

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