A Centenary Celebration
The Utter Translucidity of Experience
Inner Circle Seminar No. 90
Sunday 26 June 2005
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
We celebrate the 100th anniversary of Sartre’s birth (21 June 1905) and the 25th of his death (15 April 1980). We discuss how his work clarifies psychotherapy theory and practice: his deconstruction of the ‘ego’ in The Transcendence of the Ego; his phenomenological analysis of modalities of experience in The Psychology of Imagination; his ‘Existential Psychoanalysis’ in Being and Nothingness; his search for the individual’s ‘original project’ in Saint Genet, The Freud Scenario and The Family Idiot; his conception of praxis and process in Critique of Dialectical Reason; and his dialectical view of psychoanalysis in The Question of Method. Your participation, whether as beginner or expert, is cordially invited.
Venue: Regent’s College Conference Centre, Inner Circle, London NW1 4NS
Cost: Students £68, others £85, some bursaries, in advance
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