Sunday, September 05, 2010

Cfp: "Function and Field of Clinical Concepts," 3rd Annual Meeting, International Society of Psychoanalysis and Philosophy, University of São Paulo, November 22-25, 2010.

Preference will be given to papers related to the following topics:

- Genealogy of clinical concepts.
- The philosophical conditions of the psychoanalytic notion of therapy.
- The relationships between clinic and philosophy, aesthetics, politics or social theory.
- The use of political, philosophical, and aesthetical concepts in psychoanalytic practice.
- The use of clinical concepts in philosophy, aesthetics, politics and social theory.
- The philosophical interpretation of psychoanalytical praxis (Deleuze, Foucault, Lyotard, Derrida, Habermas, Honneth, Adorno, Rorty, Davidson and others).
- The meaning of concepts such as normality and pathology in psychoanalysis.
- What kind of reality is described by psychoanalytic categories such as neurosis, psychosis, perversion?
- The mind/body problem in clinical situations.
- The destiny of the moral concept of autonomy in psychoanalytic praxis.
- Power and weakness of language in psychoanalysis.

Some guest speakers include:

- Adrian Johnston (University of New Mexico )
- Christian Dunker (Universidade de São Paulo)
- Jean-Christophe Goddard (Université de Toulouse)
- Jeffrey Bloechl (Boston College )
- Juan Manuel Rodriguez (Universidad Autonoma del Mexico)
- Kazuyuki Hara (University of Tokio)
- Lorenzo Chiesa (Kent University)
- Marcus Coelen (Ludwig Maximilian Universität)
- Monique David-Ménard (Université de Paris VII)
- Paul Moyaert (Catholic University of Leuven)
- Patrick Guyomard (Université de Paris VII)
- Phillipe van Haute (University of Nijmegen)
- Richard Boothby (Loyola University)
- Richard Theisen Simanke (Universidade Federal de São Carlos)
- Rodrigo de la Fabian (Universidad Diego Portales – Chile)
- Russell Grigg (University of Melbourne)
- Vladimir Safatle (Universidade de São Paulo)
- Zeljko Loparic (Unicamp e PUC – São Paulo)

More information will soon be on-line at the ISPP website:

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