Dr. Marcus Coelen will begin his talk with a passage from a letter by Freud to Jung (December 6, 1909) in which Freud contends that "healing" in psychoanalysis is a matter of "love". Dr. Coelen will then move into the perennial question of identification, the question of affect and the notion of "love" in Freud. His paper, entitled "Prolegomena to the Writing of Affect" will be made available to participants.
Berkeley home -
address to be announced
Sunday, March 26, 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Dr. Marcus Coelen is a practicing psychoanalyst in Berlin and Paris. He is a fellow at the Berlin Institute of Cultural Inquiry; He studies and teaches psychoanalysis, comparative literature & romance philology, and addresses issues in critical theory. Among his publications are a study in Proust and the problem of aesthetic judgment in the Recherche (Angemafte Notwendig-keiten. Lekturen Proust, 2007), and several translations and editions in German of texts by Maurice Blanchot (Politische Schritten 1958 -1993, 2008)
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