The Fear & Hatred of Sex: The Faithful Infidelity of Jean Laplanche (Part 1)
November 19, 2022, 1:00 - 5:00 PM
NOTE: You must register separately for Part 2. If you wish to participate in the study groups, you must also register for those separately (see links below).
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New Center for Psychoanalysis
presents Part 1 of
The Fear & Hatred of Sex: The Faithful Infidelity of Jean Laplanche
Part 1: Presented by Tim Dean, PhD, on November 19, 2022, from 1 pm to 5 pm Pacific Time. Register on this page.
Throughout this program on the fear and hatred of sex, we will encounter Laplanche’s ideas in psychoanalytic metapsychology and explore unique expositions of how we all may benefit from the “unfinished Copernican revolution.”
As a result of attending this session, participants should be able to:
- Identify how a Laplanchian metapsychology differs from Freudian and Lacanian models of the mind
- Elaborate contemporary psychoanalytic metapsychology, affect theory and relationality
- Identify erotophobic themes in various disciplines including politics, governance, and psychoanalysis
- Analyze various critiques of popular clinical and psychoanalytic theories including attachment theory, trauma theory, and queer theory
- Analyze the ethical limitations in queer studies, attachment theory, and traumatology
- Explain how Laplanchian metapsychology mitigates the erotophobic features in efforts towards social and sexual equality
- Apply Laplanche’s concepts of implantation and intromission to diagnosis and clinical understanding of trauma
- Analyze how Laplanche’s metapsychology may help expand existing Freudian and Lacanian models of the mind
- Describe what Laplanche means by the competing “Ptolemaic” and “Copernican” tendencies of psychoanalysis
- Describe the importance of the “seduction theory” to psychoanalysis, and in particular, how Laplanche’s ideas on this topic differ from existing formulations
- Define Laplanche’s concept of ‘enlarged’ sexuality and describe the meaning of this idea
- Describe how Laplanche’s theory of translation differs from prevailing theories of motivation
- Explain how Laplanche’s ideas of seduction, sexuality, and translation conduce to new conceptual foundations for psychoanalysis
Part 1 presented by Tim Dean, PhD, on November 19, 2022, from 1 pm to 5 pm Pacific Time. Register at the bottom of this page.
Part 2 presented by Gila Ashtor, PhD, on November 20, 2022, from 9 am to 1 pm Pacific. Click here to register for Part 2 or click on November 20 on our Events Calendar.
Two Study Groups are being offered, facilitated by Christopher Walling, PsyD.
Click here to read about and RSVP for the October 23 Study Group at 7 pm
Click here to read about and RSVP for the November 14 Study Group at 7 pm
Program Coordinators: Christopher Walling, PsyD, and Brian Stachowiak, LMFT
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Tim Dean, PhD, is the James M. Benson Professor in English at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Having researched and taught psychoanalytic theory for over 30 years, he recently received a Distinguished Educator award from the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education. Among his books are: Beyond Sexuality (2000); Homosexuality and Psychoanalysis (2001); Unlimited Intimacy: Reflections on the Subculture of Barebacking (2009); Porn Archives (2014); and Hatred of Sex (coauthored with Oliver Davis).
Target audience: Mental health professionals, intermediate level and above
4 CE/CME Credits
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