Reflections on Alan Roland (2011)

Lacques Jacan Religion is a response to the primal experience of anxiety (or Hilflosigkeit, helplessness) when faced with the real. But because of its character as a defense it contains from the beginning the seed of its own abolition: God must die so that we can live fuller. Or, as the Buddhist saying goes, if […]

Book I. “Of Fraud, Fantasmatic Closure & Faux-Freudianism”

Lacques Jacan I.   The chief concern of psycho-analysis is a Sisyphean one [resembling the compulsive tics of a neurotic]: the building of a halfway-house between life and the world. It is not suited to the nurturance of mutinies; it is no more or less than a demand for reflective philosophy. Psycho-analysis is a genitally […]