Psychoanalyst and philosopher (PhD, Paris-Sorbonne), Willy Apollon is the founder and past president of GIFRIC. He is supervising analyst and consultant analyst at the ‘388,’ the Center for the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Young Adult Psychotics created by GIFRIC in 1982, as well as at GIFRIC’s Psychoanalytic Clinic for the Family. He animates several training seminars for the training of analysts as well as a seminar in mondialisation in Montreal and Quebec City and has published widely on a variety of topics pertaining to psychoanalysis, aesthetics, social, cultural and political practices, and more. His newest work L’adresse improbable is forthcoming as is an edited volume that explores the fundamental concepts of his metapsychology.
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- Psychoanalysis: a symptomatic problemBy Evi Verbeke
- The Violence of Right: Rereading ‘Why War?’By Jens De Vleminck
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