Lacan is the surname of:

  • Jacques(-Marie-Émile) Lacan (1901–1981), French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist
    • The Seminars of Jacques Lacan
    • From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-Authoritarianism and the Dislocation of Power, a book on political philosophy by Saul Newman
    • Lacan at the Scene
  • Judith Miller, née Lacan

Other articles related to "lacan":

Limit-experience - Lacan
... Influenced by Bataille, from whom he drew the idea of impossibility, Lacan explored the role of limit-experiences - such as "Desire, boredom ...
Lack (manque)
... Lack (in French, manque), is, in Lacan's psychoanalytic philosophy, is a concept that is always related to desire ... in Freud's Theory) In "The Direction of the Treatment and the Principles of Its Power" (Écrits) Lacan argues that desire is the metonymy of the lack of being (manque ... "Guiding Remarks for a Convention on Feminine Sexuality" Lacan contrasts the lack of being related to desire with the lack of having (manque à avoir) which he relates to demand ...
The Gaze Of Orpheus - Interpretations - Jaques Lacan
... Lacan’s perspective on the gaze of Orpheus is more a matter of desires and yearning ... Lacan uses the topography of the myth to construct his mirror stage ...
Training Analysis - Controversies - Lacan
... Lacan always maintained that "the aim of my teaching has been and is still the training of analysts" and it was on this point that the controversies around ...