Nowadays, psychoanalysis has acquainted the vanilla fragrance of disturbing experimental elements, mathematics and other funky beats. Creepy details unveiled for internet community create extra tasks to keep the lyrical fight on and stay chill, sharp enough to cut the head off from the therapeutic indulgence wrapped in lame Jungian niceties pour idiots.
Years of scientific rebellion and quick access to the future is not a big science at all. The practice is now, which is knowledge, the only way to fly.
00:34 And techno has somehow a different message. More for the future. To prepare us for the future.
00:46 We dont send a lot of pattern, or something! We dont do big promotion. No advertise.
00:52 It runs on mouth-propaganda.. Very undergroundly.
The best promo of psychoanalytic practice is comparable to the old-school Rave parties – it is all up to you whether go headbanging this way or not.
Prior to the commercialization of the rave scene, when large legal venues became the norm for these events, the location of the rave was kept secret until the night of the event, usually being communicated through answering machine messages, mobile messaging, secret flyers, and websites.
The website is able to function as an online mind-blowing business card. A rambling guest visit may present some bonus tracks on psychoanalytic knowledge given away then finally a bit of a chance to think it all over and a slight jump-start the existential rave for the soul.
Talks on the futuristic topics are addictive activities. You’ve got to move on and may never look behind the explosions. Everybody in the place be cool from the desk till dawn.
The World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP) was launched at the initiative of Jacques-Alain Miller in Buenos Aires on 3 January 1992. It was declared in Paris, four days later, on 7 January. Its statutes are modelled on Jacques Lacan‘s “Founding Act” and adopt the principles outlined in his “Proposition” on the Pass.
Oh, the Spanish language is melodic, still chills on this classic trance song.
No doubt, Jacques Lacan had an unshakable interest in Oedipal stuff. Sincere attachments he must have had at the life-long analytical commitment. His old-school approach implies to go back and track down the bloody roots of that massive cause in his unblemished raving attempts.
The sweet seminar №17 denotes a beautiful throw for the future addressed mostly to his good fellas in the field. The touching passage has an aim to level up the jilted psychoanalysts for a vital next step in the knowledge if one can’t stop his rave on the moving forward and won’t stop.
The Seminar XVII, The Other Side of Psychoanalysis is to be transmitted anyway now thanks to enjoyable online tools.
Anyway, it didn’t happen.
Then the Oedipus question is intact.
So I’m going to make some opening remarks, because you see I…
we really have to hammer this thing out, because
this is not a story that can be retracted.
L’ envers de la psychanalyse 1969 – 1970 (via Google Translate)
Alright, it is the Hammer time to touch this Oedipal topic.