Movement

From 3 Feb 2015 to 27 Sept 2016, SALP was the object of an an unlawful attack and unethical interference with its work by Dr Mladen Dolar and the institutions connected with the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis (presided by Dr Slavoj Žižek).

Lacanian psychoanalysis in Slovenia is facing specific circumstances. Despite the knowledge about Lacan’s work, Lacanian psychoanalysis did not exist until 2015. This is due to the fact that knowledge about Lacan’s work entered Slovenia in the 1980’s at the time of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. At that time it became a political ideology under the name ‘’theoretical psychoanalysis’’, which flourished in the transitional time of the 1990’s through the privatisation of public property by the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis. During that time the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis under the editorial of Slavoj Žižek, Mladen Dolar and Alenka Zupančič, has been publishing unauthorised translations of Lacan’s Seminars and parts of Seminars in a journal Problemi, and plagiarised the work of Jacques-Alain Miller.

In 2015, the year of SALP’s creation, the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis intentionally used the university, media, and political power in order to prevent the events of SALP and the Freudian Field, and to discredit the first Slovenian Lacanian Psychoanalysts.
Reports about the obstruction of Lacanian psychoanalysis in Slovenia were published in announcements of the International Psychoanalytic Movement ZADIG of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP) in May 2017.

Movement

Free associations about naming

26.07.2017   Špela Jelenc   On June 24 2017, in the first lecture of the new teaching that marks a year zero (année zéro) of the Freudian field, Jacques-Alain Miller pointed out Lacan's dissolution of Freudian School of Paris in 1980, which had been...

David and Goliath in Ljubljana

20 September 2016 Lacanian Review Online Editorail: Marie-Hélène Brousse, Véronique Voruz   by Jan Simončič In Slovenia, everybody knows Lacan. His influence entered Slovene space some 40 years ago through the works of certain infamous philosophers. On the other...

Why Lacan did not speak about “theoretical psychoanalysts”?

August 7, 2017   by Jan Simončič   In 1975, Lacan spoke at the Yale University, where a student posed him a question: which are his favourable theoreticians of psychoanalysis? Lacan did not fall for the syntagm “theoreticians of psychoanalysis”. Thus, in his answer,...

The Slovenian Acheron

On June 15, 2017, journal Lacan Quotidien published an article of the trilogy NINA VERSUS ŽIŽEK, written by the president of SALP, Dr Nina Krajnik. «Standing alone in a country where everything that was ever known about Lacan was submitted to Žižek's long-lasting...

Žižek, the fraud

On June 14, 2017, journal Lacan Quotidien published the second article of the trilogy NINA VERSUS ŽIŽEK, written by the president of SALP, Dr Nina Krajnik. «The classical strategy of Žižek and his Ljubljana team is to copy a text, attack the author by personal or...

In the Jaws of Žižek

On June 12, 2017, journal Lacan Quotidien published the first article of the trilogy NINA VERSUS ŽIŽEK, written by the president of SALP, Dr Nina Krajnik. «Despite the fact that it never consisted of any psychoanalysts, Žižek's circle was declared as the 'Ljubljana...