Call for Papers for Analysis

Analysis invites original full-length article submissions for issue number 24 to be published in 2020. The theme for this issue ‘Psychoanalysis or…the plague: the unconscious is political,’ is oriented around the 2018 theme of the International Forums of the Lacanian Field.

What can be said about the politics of the Lacanian field? Some account of the history has been published in ‘La Psychanalyse; pas la pensée unique, Histoire d’une crise singulière’ (1) and it is the idea that from reviewing this history we can approach the question, what politics for the Lacanian field? This is especially pertinent given that psychoanalysis emphasises the problematics of any ‘unity’ of thought or ideology.

The Editorial Committee of Analysis welcomes interpretations from Authors in response to this theme of Psychoanalysis and Politics.  Articles received by the Editors are subject to an independent peer review process. Authors need to observe the Style Guide for Authors and submit their work by
Friday 13th September 2019 at EditorAnalysisACP@gmail.com



A copy of the Style Guide for Authors can be accessed here.  



(1) ‘La Psychanalyse; pas la pensée unique, Histoire d’une crise singulière’ Soler, Colette; Adam, Jacques; Soler, C. et al.
[https://www.amazon.fr/psychanalyse-pas-pensée-unique/dp/B00HIULLXU]

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Theme for 2019

Despite its name, psychoanalysis is a practice that affects the body. The body is at the centre of its theory. It all began with the conversion symptom, which was followed by Freud’s metapsychology, according to which the drives are internal forces from which we cannot escape, different from external stimulus, from which, when they become unmanageable, we can escape. For Freud our body is at the centre of our passions, against which repression operates.

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