Flash from the conversation of the SLP: "Surprise Effects in Supervision"
On March 7th last, the Conversation of the SLP regarding surprise effects in supervision (cf. Radio Lacan 67 for the "Anteprima" to this fruitful day of work by Domenico Cosenza) was held in Milan. In the audio we share today, Paola Francesconi discusses the analytic specificity of supervision based on the idea of the unconscious as text (J. A. Miller in "Letters to the enlightened opinion") and the style that brings into play the dimension of the sinthome. Making Queneau's style exercises resonate, she proposes supervision as the opportunity to learn more about the style that supports practice. Due to technical problems with the audio, the introduction by Raffaele Calabria who presented Paola Francesconi’s text had to be left out; it is followed however by Eric Laurent’s comment.