Lacan and Heidegger
the ethics of desire and the ethics of authenticity
Jacques Lacan's 1959–60 seminar The Ethics of Psychoanalysis is rich in ideas and deserves a very careful commentary, the kind that Bill Richardson has undertaken so successfully over the years. Even so, what I propose to do here is much more modest; I would like to highlight some of the key elements of Lacan's discussion in the last section of the seminar and suggest a possibly illuminating parallel between Lacan and Heidegger.
Capobianco, R. (1995)., Lacan and Heidegger: the ethics of desire and the ethics of authenticity, in B. Babich (ed.), From phenomenology to thought, errancy, and desire, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 391-396.
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