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Loving Psychoanalysis: Looking at Culture with Freud and Lacan Paperback – May 1, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-1855753792 ISBN-10: 1855753790

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This book is a kind of mosaic, composed of both beginning and concluding acts. It is an anthology of essays and lectures of recent years, which comprise an attempt to organize and pass on what can be learned from various psychoanalytical viewpoints from various cultural disciplines, particularly ones that reflect the discontent that is inherent within them.Through the study of the theories of Freud, Lacan and Slavoj Zizek, the author offers riveting glimpses into the works of Moshe Gershoni, Lucian Freud, Paul Celan, Primo Levi and others, who all bear witness to the existence of the Other, trauma, feminine jouissance and the Real, in twentieth-century culture.

About the Author

Ruth Golan is a clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and a poet.

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Ruth Golan is a clinical psychologist, a psychoanalyst, and poet.
Living and working in Tel-Aviv, Israel, she is researching psychoanalysis according to the teachings of Lacan and his interpretation of Freud. Golan is also a supervisor in Bar-Ilan University and heading The Freudian Place in Jaffa. In the last years she is practicing and researching the evolution of consciousness as a student and partner to the path of the teacher and philosopher Andrew Cohen. She is the director of EnlightenNext Israel.
She published many articles. Her acclaimed book in English is "Loving Psychoanalysis", published by Karnac U.K. 2006.
She has also published 5 poetry books.
In 2013 her book: "The Consciousness Bearers: When Psychoanalysis Encounters the Evolution of Spirit" published in 2013 by Contento.

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