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Cephalacanthus spinarellaBatfish Bat"fish`, n. (Zo["o]l.)
A name given to several species of fishes:
(a) The Malthe vespertilio of the Atlantic coast.
(b) The flying gurnard of the Atlantic (Cephalacanthus
(c) The California batfish or sting ray (Myliobatis
Coelacanth C[oe]l"a*canth (? or ?), a. [Gr. ? hollow + ?
Having hollow spines, as some ganoid fishes.
Malacanthus plumieriMatajuelo banco Ma`ta*jue"lo ban"co [Sp. blanco white.]
A West Indian food fish (Malacanthus plumieri) related to
Meaning of Lacan from wikipedia
- Jacques Marie
(UK: /læˈkɒ̃/, US: /ləˈkɑːn/, French: [ʒak maʁi emil lakɑ̃]; 13 April
1901 – 9 September
1981) was a French psychoanalyst
by the work of Jacques Lacan
from the 1950s to the 1980s. Lacanian perspectives contend
that the world...
- Jacques Lacan
- Book VII. Jacques Lacan
, The Ethics
1959-1960 - The Seminar
of Jacques Lacan
- Book VII, p. 134, p. 150. Jacques Lacan
(French pronunciation: [lakɑ̃]) is the surname
of: Jacques(-Marie-Émile) Lacan
(1901–1981), French psychoanalyst
- the 1980s, Žižek edited
and translated Jacques Lacan
Freud, and Louis
Althusser. He used Lacan
's work to interpret Hegelian
- (French: stade
du miroir) is a concept
in the psychoanalytic theory
of Jacques Lacan
. The mirror stage
on the belief
that infants recognize
- Press Enjoy
Your Symptom!: Jacques Lacan
and Out 1992 Routledge Looking
Awry: An Introduction
to Jacques Lacan through
- psychiatrist Jacques Lacan
gave an annual seminar
in Paris. The Books
of the Seminar
by Jacques-Alain Miller. In 1951, Lacan
, then a member
- of Jacques Lacan
with the Symbolic
and the Real. Each of the three terms emerged gradually
over time, undergoing
's own development...
- structuralism include linguist Roman Jakobson
and psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan
. By the late 1960s, many of structuralism's basic tenets
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