Sunday, 9 January 2000

Skues, Stadlen, Swales conduct: ‘Aliquis’. Inner Circle Seminar (24 September 2000)

The Jews allegedly ritually murder Simon of Trent


The Centenary of Freud’s
Paradigm Slip

Historical Detection –
Existential Analysis

Richard Skues
Anthony Stadlen
Peter Swales
conduct a twelve-hour seminar

Sunday 24 September 2000
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Freud, in The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, claimed a ‘young man’ forgot the word ‘aliquis’ in a line of Virgil. Freud analysed this as a ‘slip’. Was the ‘young man’ Freud himself? Was he having an affair with his wife’s sister? Or did he invent the ‘slip’? What is the ethics of the ‘Freudian slip’? What is its existential phenomenology? What are the implications for practice and theory?

Venue: Room A, Acland Building, Regent’s College, London NW1 4NS

Cost: Students £59 (£75 after 24 August); others £76 (£95 after 24 August)Apply to: Anthony Stadlen, 64 Dartmouth Park Road, London NW5 1SN
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7485 3896 E-mail:

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