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Lacan: a void at the heart of the subject

Can anybody explain what this Lacan's dictum exactly is? extract from book Art and Psychoanalysis by Maria Walsh: ... Lacan’s dictum that there is a void at the heart of the subject that we fill ...
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Is there a term for this interpretation of reality?

I am currently digging information in regards to subjective and objective realities and I was wondering if there is a name or a term for the following interpretation of reality. It goes like this: ...
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Language-related question to “Let's Not Talk About Objectivity”

I am currently reading a paper by Ian Hacking called "Let's Not Talk About Objectivity". I am not a native English speaker and I am having trouble undestanding the following sentence: The Adjective ...
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Separation of mind and consciousness/soul

I heard phrases like My brain is telling me ..., but i know ... For example: My brain is telling me to stay with him/her, but I know that it's not the right thing to do. It sounds like ...
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Is there truly an objective difference between what is and what could be?

"What is" versus "What could be". What role does language as a way of knowing play in determining “what” something is? Is the desire to change the way we view the world in Art connected to or ...
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What determines a person's gender identity?

I've noticed that when many transgender allies and even some transgender people themselves have their claims investigated that they, in my estimation, can never really answer them too adequately: one ...
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Kant, combinatorics and the supreme principle of synthetic judments : on a possible analogy

One striking thing in combinatorics is that , in order to count the number of objets having a given property, we make a " detour " and count instead the total number of possible ways to produce or ...