Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory

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  • Paperback
  • 162 pages
  • Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory
  • Malcolm Bowie
  • English
  • 16 December 2018
  • 0631189262

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  1. Peter D. Mathews says:

    This is my third book by Malcolm Bowie, and while it is clear that he is an erudite and sophisticated critic, I have yet to be satisfied by any of his work This sentiment has only grown with Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory, the published version of a series of lectures that Bowie gave on this topic.The only piece that promises much of value is the title essay, which contrasts Freud s fascination with memory and the past, Augustine s notion of lived time, and Heidegger s notion of futuri This is my third book by Malcolm Bowie, and while it is clear that he is an erudite and sophisticated critic, I have yet to be satisfied by any of his work This sentiment has only grown with Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory, the published version of a series of lectures that Bowie gave on this topic.The only piece that promises much of value is the title essay, which contrasts Freud s fascination with memory and the past, Augustine s notion of lived time, and Heidegger s notion of futurity Bowie focuses most of his attention on the influence of Heidegger s concept of time on Lacan, although this last part is desperately lacking in focus.The other pieces in the book are utterly bland and have little or no connection to Lacan a meditation on Freud s relationship to art Ch.2 , a technical and rather poin...