Jacques'o Lacano struktūrinė psichoanalizė: individo tapatumas

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Jacques'o Lacano struktūrinė psichoanalizė: individo tapatumas
Alternative Title:
Jacques Lacan’s structural psychoanalysis: individual’s identity
In the Book:
Žakas Mari Emilis Lakanas (Jacques Marie Émile Lacan); Psichoanalizė / Psychoanalysis.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Individas; Individas, saviidentifikacija; Jacques Lacan; Kalba; Lacanas, Jacquesas; Nesąmoningumas; Psichoanalizė; Saviidentifikacija; Struktūra; Veidrodžio stadija; Įsivaizdavimas; Iindidividual; Imagination; Indidividual; Jacques Lacan; Lacan, Jacques; Mirror stage; Psychoanalysis; Selfidentification; Speech; Structure; Unconscious.

ENJacques Lacan is one of the most famous representatives of the French school of psychoanalysis, who applied the method of structuralism in the interpretation of S. Freud’s theory. The problem of an individual’s identity he considers as a complicated process of subject’s selfidentification. The first stage of it is the mirror stage in which a child accepts his reflection in the mirror as his own image. The second stage is that of imagination, when a subject enters the symbolic sphare of linguistic communication, in which he acknowledges himself throuh the dialectic links with the other. This shows that the naive belief in a primary selfidentification as an ideal selfafirmation is an illusion. Lacan considers an unconscious as a personal history that is marked by a falsehood, but the truth can be rediscovered and restored an interrupted continuity of personal consciousness by the full speach, different from the empty speech, where the subject seems to be talking in vain. [From the publication]

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