Author : Zenon Kelper - Editor : Leona Termini-Theaux
Based on its primary Cybernetics Studies, Lacan's 1950 schema L (alias schema.Z) sketches the imaginary relation - between the objectifed ego (moi) and another (a'utre) ideal - related with the transference that Freud depicted in 1912 within a Collective Psychology.
Later, Lacan represented his studies with formula of Topology - figuring threads and knots
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Topology is an attempting way to represent Time. Along with the progress of Physics, it is opening individual and collectivity to understand and recover memory processes. Animated pictures and formula are new tools as well as new Sciences or new Mathematics. In a form of a game, they show how two different moments of thoughts (Freud, Lacan) merge in a third step
Freud's and Lacan's conceptions merging :
This transference relation has
been theorized in many of Lacan's seminars (on Transference, on
Fundamental Concepts, and others) and at the foundation
Plural Psychoanalysis (PSO, Lapreflexion, and others).
It is described in the Athenian Art of Memory (allegory of Simonides' 'ek-strarior' meeting - i.e. analyst-analysand) and seen likewise in Plato's Model of The Republic - that Lacan identified with a Psychoanalytical Phase.
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