When questioned about his statement “psychoanalysis will be Foucauldian or it will be no more”, Jean Allouch responded spontaneously - thinking of Fernando Pessoa - that what Foucault and Lacan had in common was a certain principle of unease.
It is with regard to this unease, expressed in different features that concern psychoanalysis, but also the relationship between Foucault and Lacan, that we present this issue. The articles gathered here point in the direction of maintaining an uneasiness, a restlessness, a constant questioning that does not take things for granted. This situation is accentuated with the most recent publication of The Confessions of the Flesh, fourth installment of Foucault's History of Sexuality, to which some of the texts are devoted.
On the other hand, in the “Presentations” section we include a couple of works on the work Jacques-Marie Lacan, 19...read more