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Psychoanalysis of the Lacanian Orientation

In the city of São Paulo, on the 18th and 19th of October, 2019, the IX Day of the EBP-SP took place, whose theme was "Solitude". We bring you some moments of the IX Conference, in which the subject was approached through multiple signifiers and expressions of solitude in current times, to what is already present in everyday life, in the clinic and in the different segments of culture, to finally highlighting, the elaboration and formalization of solitude engendered in the analytical experience and the Pass. Marie Hélène Brousse, guest of EBP-SP, gave two conferences. In this edition, we present the first conference, titled "Desiring Women." Clara Maria Holguin, AME, President of NEL, commented on the work. Plenary of the AMEs: "Solitude and the Act in Lacanian Practice", presented by Maria Cecília Galletti, Jorge Forbes and Rômulo Ferreira da Silva. In a moment of the dialogue between psychoanalysis and literature, José Miguel Wisnik, professor of Brazilian Literature at the University of São Paulo -USP, musician, essayist and author of several publications, addressed the topic of Solitude from the perspective of three stories of the renowned writer Brazilian, Clarice Lispector. The works and discussions have demonstrated the richness of this subject so relevant to our day. Good listening!
Episode 1
Conference "Desiring Women"
By Marie-Hélène Brousse
69:17 minutes | Audio in French, Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Episode 2
“Solitude and the Act in Lacanian Practice”
By Jorge Forbes
10:46 minutes | Audio in Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Episode 3
“Solitude and the Act in Lacanian Practice”
By Maria Cecilia Galletti
13:30 minutes | Audio in Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Episode 4
“Solitude and the Act in Lacanian Practice”
By Rômulo Ferreira da Silva
8:52 minutes | Audio in Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Episode 5
Commentary
By Clara María Holguín
24:31 minutes | Audio in Spanish, Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Episode 6
"Clarice Lispector and Radical Solitude"
By José Miguel Wisnik
67:13 minutes | Audio in Portuguese | Recorded 18.10.2019
Pierre Naveau