Jacques Lacan (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) - Lacan penis

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Hence Lacan usually reserves the term "penis" for the biological organ, and the term "phallus" for the imaginary and symbolic functions of this organ. Jacques. For Lacan the concept of the phallus refers primarily to the imaginary and symbolic value taken on by the biological penis in the ourse of the subject's accession.

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By Mezicage - 17:41
In Jacques Lacan's psychoanalytic philosophy, lack (French: manque) is a concept that is According to Sigmund Freud's theory of psychoanalysis, while males possess a penis, no one can possess the symbolic phallus. Jacques Lacan's.
By Brazahn - 21:48
But for others—perhaps those impressed by someone with the temerity to find the penis's mathematical twin—Lacan is an endless source of.
By Mazubei - 19:40
Jacques Marie Émile Lacan (April 13, to September 9, ) was to this​, Lacan (re)defines the phallus (which is not the penis) as the.
By Shakam - 13:59
In Lacanian psychoanalysis, the child's acquisition of a symbolic phallus is held constructed that Freud approaches the problem of how the penis assumes its.

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