In one of the lessons for his 20th Seminar, Jacques Lacan proposes a neologism in order to outline and define the psychoanalytic interest in the study of language. Linguisterie is a notion that stems from the contact between the French psychoanalyst and the Russian linguist and semiologist Roman Jakobson. Starting from this term and referring to the work of Ferdinand de Saussure, the article proposes an investigation of the links between Lacan’s and Jakobson’s research in order to shed light on the former’s need to appropriate language as an object of investigation from a perspective that enlightens its effects on the subject.

«Linguisteria». Note sul significato tra Lacan e Jakobson

DEBORAH DE ROSA
2019

Abstract

In one of the lessons for his 20th Seminar, Jacques Lacan proposes a neologism in order to outline and define the psychoanalytic interest in the study of language. Linguisterie is a notion that stems from the contact between the French psychoanalyst and the Russian linguist and semiologist Roman Jakobson. Starting from this term and referring to the work of Ferdinand de Saussure, the article proposes an investigation of the links between Lacan’s and Jakobson’s research in order to shed light on the former’s need to appropriate language as an object of investigation from a perspective that enlightens its effects on the subject.
Lacan, Jakobson, Freud, Meaning, Sign
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