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Freud Memorial Lecture 2018

05/31/2018 18:00

open to public
Organizer: University of Essex - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies
Venue: Colchester Campus
Essex Business School Room
CO4 3SQ Colchester
United Kingdom
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Remembering and forgetting are recurring themes in clinical psychoanalysis, in society and in politics.

Think of the demand to recognise and respond to charges of historical abuse. Victims insist that time does not erode the legitimacy and importance of bringing perpetrators to justice. They also feel that their dignity should be restored from the shame and indignity forced upon them. But their demand often comes up against the reply of the accused that they do not remember the alleged abuse.

Here we have remembering and forgetting in both individual and social domains. Think also of recurring commemorations over the years, both private and public. The demand to remember people and events from years ago faces the exhortation that it is time to forget, whether as an individual or a society: time to put it all behind us and to ‘remember the future’.

In a psychoanalytic framework, remembering can be reparative and healing, but can also be anti-reparative and destructive. This complex and often confused relationship between remembering and forgetting is the topic of this lecture, which is based on clinical and historical material.



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