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Fulka, J., Psychoanalysis and French Thinking. Prague: Herrmann & sons. 2008.

The aim of this study is to outline some of the forms of interaction between Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis and other humanitarian disciplines in the French context. Book’s first part offers a brief introduction to some aspects of Freud’s and Lacan's theories (subject status, topicality, psychic symbolism). The second part deals with the different ways in which psychoanalytic theory was accepted, transformed and criticized in the French environment: Deleuze and Guattari's critique of the Oidipian psychoanalytic model, Derrida's polemic with the Lacanian concept of the signifier, Barthes's specific acceptance of psychoanalytic terminology, etc. Rather than the exhaustive summary of these issues, the book presents specific insights into the "life" of the psychoanalytic discourse after Freud and Lacan.