Vol 35 (4) 2017

Editoriaal - Eline Trenson

"Ik stop niet; Ik begin opnieuw” De positie van de analyticus binnen de ‘langdurige zorg’  - Glenn Strubbe

Vampires, Viruses and Verbalisation: Bram Stoker’s Dracula as a genealogical window into fin-de-siècle science - Hub Zwart

Psychoanalyse: Een symptomatisch probleem - Evi Verbeke

Het geweld van het recht Een lectuur van ‘Waarom oorlog?’ - Jens De Vleminck


Cherchez la femme - Paul Verhaeghe

De vrouw als symptoom van de man - Paul Verhaeghe

De eenzame kapper. Individualisme en autoriteit in Sondheims Sweeney Todd - David Schrans

Filmbespreking: Sicilian Ghost Story - Mileen Janssens


Grenzen, verdeeldheid en intimiteit - Paul Verhaeghe

Dec 042017

From a lacanian orientation, the relation between ‘treatment’, ‘coaching’ and ‘care’ is questioned in case of what one calls ‘long term care’. This question is approached from the perspective of a case study. A young man accuses himself constantly of not adapting enough to society and even of attacking society. His attempts to find a […]

Dec 042017

This paper analyses Bram Stoker’s classic Dracula as a literary document which reflects important scientific and technological developments of the fin-the-siècle era, ranging from blood transfusion and virology via psychotherapy and psychoanalysis up to brain research and communication technology. These developments not only herald a new style of scientific thinking, but also foreshadow a number […]

Dec 042017

In this article the author explores why psychoanalysts are often seen as troublesome people and why they give so much critique. Foucault stated that in modernity the epistèmè changed: ‘man’ came in the thinking frame and human sciences were born. In his opinion psychoanalysis has in this epistèmè the position of a counter-science. In this […]

Dec 042017

In this contribution, the often neglected correspondence ‘Why War?’ (Freud, 1933b) is presented as the locus classicus of Freud’s account of ‘Right and Violence’. In the discussion with Freud, Einstein’s position appears in the light of Kant’s Toward Perpetual Peace. It is exemplary of the dominant liberal conception of international law as the ultimate means […]