Jacques Lacan - Übersetzung nach Englisch
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Jacques Lacan - Übersetzung nach Englisch

FRENCH PSYCHOANALYST AND PSYCHIATRIST
Jaques Lacan; Lacan; Criticisms of Jacques Lacan; Lacanian Psychoanalysis; J. M. Lacan; Lacanian; Jacques-Marie-Émile Lacan; Variable-length session; Variable length session; Variable length psychoanalytic session; Jaqcues Lacan; Lacanian algebra; Écrits; Jacques Marie Emile Lacan; Big Other; Jacques Marie Émile Lacan

Jacques Lacan         
Jacques Lacan (1901 1981), einflußreicher französischer Psychoanalytiker der Freuds Theorie der menschlichen Sexualität überarbeitete
Jacques Brel         
  • Jacques Brel's grave in [[Atuona]]
  • Brel during the fiming of L'Emmerdeur in 1973.
  • Jacques Brel, 1955
  • Jacques Brel, 1971
  • Jacques Brel Statue, Vesoul
  • L'Envol]] memorial in [[Brussels]]
  • Jacques Brel, 1971
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
  • Jacques Brel, 1963
BELGIAN SINGER (1929–1978)
Jacques Georges Brel; Jacques Romain Brel; Jacques R. Georges Brel; Jacques Romain G. Brel; Jacques R. G. Brel; Jacques G. Brel; Jacques R. Brel; Jacques Romain Georges Brel; Jaques Brel; Les Flamandes; Le Grand Jacques
Jacques Brel (belgisch-französischer Sänger und Komponist)
Jacques Cousteau         
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  • Cousteau's [[Diving Saucer]]
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  • Cousteau's submarine near Oceanographic Museum in Monaco
FRENCH NAVAL OFFICER WHO CO-INVENTED OPEN CIRCUIT DEMAND SCUBA
Jacque Cousteau; Jacques Yves Cousteau; French Narrator; Jacques Custeau; Jacques cousteau; Captain Cousteau; Commandant Cousteau; Jack Cousteau; Cousteau Society; Jaques Yves Costue; Pierre-Yves Cousteau; Jacques-Yves Cousteau; Jaques Cousteau; Jock Cousteau; The Cousteau Odyssey; Jaques Costeau
n. Jacques Cousteau, (1910-97) französischer Filmemacher Autor und Forscher, Miterfinder des Aqualung (Scuba-Zubehör)

Definition

Lacanian
[la'ke?n??n]
¦ adjective relating to the French psychoanalyst and writer Jacques Lacan (1901-81).
¦ noun a follower of Lacan.
Derivatives
Lacanianism noun

Wikipedia

Jacques Lacan

Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (UK: , US: , French: [ʒak maʁi emil lakɑ̃]; 13 April 1901 – 9 September 1981) was a French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist. Described as "the most controversial psycho-analyst since Freud", Lacan gave yearly seminars in Paris from 1953 to 1981, and published papers that were later collected in the book Écrits. His work made a significant impact on continental philosophy and cultural theory in areas such as post-structuralism, critical theory, feminist theory and film theory, as well as on the practice of psychoanalysis itself.

Lacan took up and discussed the whole range of Freudian concepts, emphasizing the philosophical dimension of Freud's thought and applying concepts derived from structuralism in linguistics and anthropology to its development in his own work, which he would further augment by employing formulae from predicate logic and topology. Taking this new direction, and introducing controversial innovations in clinical practice, led to expulsion for Lacan and his followers from the International Psychoanalytic Association. In consequence, Lacan went on to establish new psychoanalytic institutions to promote and develop his work, which he declared to be a "return to Freud", in opposition to prevalent trends in psychology and institutional psychoanalysis collusive of adaptation to social norms.

Aussprachebeispiele für Jacques Lacan
1. there has to be what Jacques Lacan calls--Jacques Lacan precisely calls this dimension the Big
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Jacques Lacan
1. Its authors blamed pressure on the government from disciples of the Freudian Jacques Lacan.