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A French analyst discusses the interface among psychoanalysis and psychology. A pores and skin for suggestion takes the shape of ten transcribed discussions among Didier Anzieu and Gilbert Tarrab, recorded in Montreal in the course of Anzieu's lecture journey there. A practitioner and theoretician of person and team research, Anzieu speaks frankly of the origins and improvement of his vocation, the phases of his education, and the evolution of his study, and explains the central principles he has constructed: crew phantasm; the psychic initiatives of creativity, and 'the dermis Ego'.In solution to Gilbert Tarrab's probing questions, Didier Anzieu remembers the detailed surroundings of his formative years, a primary research with Lacan, the occasions of may possibly 1968 at Nanterre, his literary pursuits, and his enthusiasm for psychodrama. through turns, the dialogue specializes in the concept that of the physique, the crowd and the establishment, and, from a mental point of view, displays significantly upon the fascination of idealizes and the fight for strength, the constitution and dynamics if the social subconscious, the decline of the college, and the ecological value of the psychoanalytic state of affairs.

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A t the beginning of my treatment he gave me sessions of a normal length—of forty to forty-five minutes— and he saw me at the agreed times. After two years of work with h i m , the analytic setting suffered some knocks. The INTERVIEW TWO 28 length of sessions was reduced to thirty and then to twenty minutes. The waiting room filled with people anxious to know whether they would be seen—Lacan would open the door and point to the chosen one, who would cross the room again ten or fifteen minutes later to leave.

Sometimes his maid would come and knock on the door to bring tea or sandwiches, to take away the mail, or to let h i m know that he had a telephone call. Lacan would give instructions for her to reply, or would even go to answer himself. 'But don't let that stop you from continuing your session i n my absence', he once tossed out at me as he disappeared from his consulting room. I very much like surrealist games. I vaguely knew that Lacan mixed with the surrealists. But for me, psycho­ analysis was a serious affair.

A n d then? DA: Daniel Lagache replaced Paul Guillaume i n the chair of psychology at the Sorbonne and instituted the licence de psychologie i n France. He encouraged me to take it. I had met him by taking his course, which was intended for candidates for the agregation i n philosophy. I wrote a paper that pleased 26 INTERVIEW TWO him, i n which I compared the Jacksonian model of the nerv­ ous system with the Freudian model of the psychic apparatus. H e took me into his friendship and helped me administratively to remain i n Paris after the agregation, to pursue my specialization i n psychology.

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