It seems Jacques Lacan struggled to get his students to do the reading too…

Last time I wanted to give you an initial insight into the meaning of the question – what happens beyond the pleasure principle? My great friend Jean Hyppolite, who isn’t here today because he is in Germany, told me he had read Beyond the Pleasure Principle again. I think he is at least as busy as most of you. So, it’s time to think of reading. In a fortnight we will talk about it again text in hand (Seminar II p. 138/98).

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2 Responses to It seems Jacques Lacan struggled to get his students to do the reading too…

  1. Pingback: The Early Foucault update 6: Foucault’s teachers, and returning to his work on Binswanger | Progressive Geographies

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