Jacques Lacan: Through the Mirror Stage

JACQUES LACAN (1901 – 1981) PART FOUR: THE MIRROR STAGE, CONTINUED Although Jacques Lacan can be characterized as a philosopher because his life work was based on reinterpreting the canonical writings of  a philosopher, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). However, Lacan...

Jacques Lacan: The Mirror Stage

JACQUES LACAN (1901 – 1981) PART THREE: THE MIRROR STAGE As the heir to early Modernist philosophy, Jacques Lacan sampled, in a pre-Postmodern fashion, a complex of philosophical ideas on how humans come into Being and how humans become socialized. Using...

Jacques Lacan: Return to Freud

JACQUES LACAN (1901 – 1981) PART TWO: RETURN TO FREUD Being a transitional figure, bridging Modernism and Postmodernism, Jacques Lacan was a complex and hybrid philosopher whose work is convoluted and complicated. As a Modernist, he favored models and...

Jacques Lacan: Historical Context

JACQUES-MARIE ÉMILE LACAN (1901 – 1981) PART ONE: HISTORICAL CONTEXT Among the most important philosophers of the post-war period was Jacques Lacan who lectured to a number of future Postmodern thinkers, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva,...
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