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  • Metaphysics of Laughter: Freud, Lacan, Bataille

    Lippi, Silvia  

    The article analyzes the notion of laughter through the contributions of Freud, Lacan, and Bataille. Laughter triggered by humor, jokes, and the comic appears as a peculiar articulation of language and jouissance, as an effect of the word on the body. If the joke is a signifier expressed as an unconscious formation structured as language, then laughter is jouissance: and jouissance of the body with respect to the real unconscious. The paper pays special attention to the articulation between law and transgression in the joke, as well as to the corresponding question of sense -direction- and nonsense. It also discusses how laughter suggests castration, but a castration that is not unbearable since the encounter with it is given through the body's laughter, which, at the same time, separates the subject from its alienating and destructive self.
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  • Des nouvelles d’Œdipe

    Lippi, Silvia  

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  • Subverting Space: An Exploration of a Dance Therapy Workshop Apparatus for Schizophrenics

    Lippi, Silvia   Petit, Laetitia  

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  • Os percursos da transgressão (Bataille e Lacan)

    Lippi, Silvia  

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  • La fonction de la violence dans un cas de psychose : trouble ou béquille ?

    Lippi, Silvia  

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  • La fonction de la violence dans un cas de psychose : trouble ou béquille ?

    Lippi, Silvia  

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  • Pratique de la structure : le diagnostic différentiel selon l'enseignement de Jacques Lacan

    Lippi, Silvia  

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  • O gozo da insatisfa=C3=A7=C3=A3o na rela=C3=A7=C3=A3o sexual

    Lippi, Silvia  

    ABSTRACT: The enjoyment of the dissatisfaction in the sexual relationship. The feminine enjoyment is considered by Lacan, as "Other", compared to the enjoyment of the man. Anyway, it is difficult to enclose, especially since enjoyment can be, as shown by the clinic, easily simulated by a woman. But why does a woman put herself in the position of simulating the orgasm? What are the stakes of this practice? We would try to show that faking orgasm is not only a synonymous of frigidity. It could be, of course, but it is also a spring of pleasure for a woman and, paradoxically, an expedient capable of making possible the "gathering" with the other.=09
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  • Metapsychology of space in a clinical approach to psychoses in institutions. Observations based on a dance workshop initiative

    Lippi, Silvia   de Seguin, Alexandra   Dana, Guy  

    Aims.-This article sets out to explore how the initiative of a dance workshop in a psychiatric hospital enables a reappraisal of spatiality and its implications in the treatment of psychoses. Method.-The workshop takes in both hospitalised and ambulatory patients. It is run by members of the team who normally work in the hospital and by staff working in other areas of the facility. Via an exploration of the terms of articulation between the clinical hospitalisation unit and the outside world, and of the effects of the circulation of patients and team members across the different places in the facility, the authors map out the way in which space is mobilised by this workshop. They then focus on the setting, and the layout of the stage, which are operators enabling a shift in usual representations of clinical work with psychotic patients. Results.-As the dance workshop is not restricted to inpatients, it belongs to a global policy where there is no "fit" or "suitability" between the subject and his or her participation in this or that workshop. In addition, the numerous places and institutional spaces involved overturn the binary message of illness versus cure, outside versus inside, and propose other criteria: self-expression, skill, moving bodies, openings. Discussion.-This article shows how the workshop articulates inside and outside, and creates continuity between different spaces. The workshop determines threshold zones by working on the tension between the setting and vacant spaces, refusing lack of distinction between spaces, or their agglutination. The authors also explore the way in which dance, by way of the emerging rhythm and staging, can help to reorganise the bodily space of the psychotic subject. Conclusion.-Thus the dance workshop rearranges places, it builds "a different stage" to reinvent relationships with the body, with the other, and with the institutional space. It affords the opportunity, via the present article, to elaborate on practices that, in contemporary psychiatry, are intended to favour social ties, combating isolation and asylum-based segregation. (C) 2016 Published by Elsevier Masson SAS.
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  • Métapsychologie de l’espace dans la clinique des psychoses en institution. Remarques à partir de la mise en place d’un atelier de danse

    Lippi, Silvia   de Séguin, Alexandra   Dana, Guy  

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