Cliniques de l'Un, transmission et invention face à l’exil de la langue

Abstract : Lacan and Levinas' ethics answers the ex-sistence’s saying, both diachronic and me-ontological care demand where the Other takes precedence over the Being. Levinas asks the secret, the break of historic duration, whose root is the difference: at the same time temporizing, batch mode, postponement, and Otherness (polemical and allergic disparity, Derrida’s differance), temporality of traces (ichnology). Lacan deals simultaneously with significant discontinuity (S1//S2) and subjective cut. Synchronic truth is only appearance, only half-saying (Lacan) and monosyllabic truth (Levinas) can be established. To this exile of language, the temporality of echo (levinassian One, lacanian Father’s Name), or henology, is a first approach to treat this heterogeneous articulation, both in the field of the subjective construction (clinic of the ichnological One), and in the field of interpretation (first round of L’étourdit). However, the levinassian work, as the practice with the speaker who suffers from, shows an embarrassing remainder of this operation based on the issue of transmission. From One’s exception which ex-sist to the Other and assures him a foundation by the scraping out oftotality, Lacan develops sinthome’s One which exceeds any dimension of filiation, invention. This Otherless One is based on the paradigm of invention, gets out of the significant’s paradigm and the temporality of echo, leads to another subjective modality of knotting and interpretation
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Emmanuel Martin. Cliniques de l'Un, transmission et invention face à l’exil de la langue. Psychologie. Université Rennes 2, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014REN20014⟩. ⟨tel-01074154⟩

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