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Paul Verhaeghe – From Impossibility to Inability – Lacan’s Theory on the Four Discourses

 

THE LETTER 03 (Spring 1995) pages 76-99

 

During the late sixties and the early seventies, the intellectual talk of the town was about structuralism and the structuralists, with Foucault, Lacan and Barthes being the most prominent figures. The fact that each of these three denied being a structuralist was considered irrelevant, and added a bit of parisian spice and frivolity to the...

From Impossibility to Inability – Lacan’s Theory on the Four Discourses

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