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and other Psychoanalysts.It also provides a platform for the promotion of European and Cyprus based events on various fields: Psychoanalysis, Personal Development, Life Coaching and Psychology.

 

'Oceanic Feeling': a Monad without Perspective

Past Events
Petros_Patounas
Date: Saturday, 24 October 2020 20:30 - 22:10

Venue: Free Zoom Webinar

School of the Freudian Letter

 

 

 

Event's Host: School of the Freudian Letter

On 24th of October 2020 Petros Patounas, psychoanalyst of the School of the Freudian Letter, will hold a webinar entitled 'Oceanic Feeling': a Monad without Perspective.

Summary

In psychoanalysis, including the works of Freud, the 'Oceanic Feeling' is characterised as a feeling and not as a topological space where the subject can facilitate countless possibilities. It has been associated with the real, psychoses, dreams; and a plethora of explanations have been given without, however, being linked with what Freud has called the exception to the rule of love.

In this webinar, Petros Patounas will touch upon the following, amongst other, themes:

  • Oceanic experience and Love.
  • Anxiety and the Ocean of the Monad
  • Feminine Jouissance and the ‘body of the World’ that is not universal
  • Where the Ego was, the Act shall be
  • Creation and Faith
  • Object a as cause of desire within the non-oceanic.

Seminar Information

Fees: Free
Language: English


Date and time: 24.10.2020, from 6:30pm - 8pm (GMT) - UK Time


The webinar will be delivered online via Zoom application. To register and receive the webinar link and password please send your request to the email below.

 

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All Dates


Event: Saturday, 24 October 2020 20:30 - 22:10

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