Really cute baby and copy cat #black and white photography #ReallyCute

I enjoy the character of the composition has. The faces are framed by the wood "...La amistad con uno mismo es de suma importancia, porque sin ésta, uno no puede ser amigo... de nadie más en el mundo!!!..." Eleanor Roosevelt

Jaja!

Me dijo un pajarito que ya se sabe quienes son los alumnos que van a recibir de regalo la sudadera CECYT personalizada… que medida prefieres? S, M o L. y que te gustaría que dijera tu sudadera? tu nombre o apellido?

Frase, humor, lol, sarcasmo

"Toda la vida pensando que la vida es gratis hasta que te compras una bolsa de Doritos"- Literally so true

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Compartiré contigo imágenes sobre el uso literal del lenguaje. Las imágenes representan lo que literalmente decimos, aunque interpretamos otras cosas en contexto. Es interesante, observa las imáge…


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Lacan's L-schema (from Jacques Lacan, The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, vol. 2, The ego in Freud's theory and in the technique of psychoanalysis, 1954-1955, edited by Jacques-Alain Miller and John Forrester: New York: Norton, 1988, p. 243)

Lacan's L-schema (from Jacques Lacan, The Seminar of Jacques Lacan, vol. 2, The ego in Freud's theory and in the technique of psychoanalysis, 1954-1955, edited by Jacques-Alain Miller and John Forrester: New York: Norton, 1988, p. 243)

The naming of a desire "is not a question of recognizing something which would be entirely given. In naming it, the subject creates, brings forth, a new presence in the world." Psychoanalysis teaches the patient "to bring desire into existence."

The naming of a desire "is not a question of recognizing something which would be entirely given. In naming it, the subject creates, brings forth, a new presence in the world." Psychoanalysis teaches the patient "to bring desire into existence."

For Lacan the three orders (Symbolic, Imaginary and Real) are intermeshed. In the 1970s Lacan used the metaphor of the Borromean knot to illustrate the implication of these three orders. The Borromean knot, or ring, is made up of three intertwined loops constructed such that if just one is cut the others fall apart. Each loop, or order, is dependent upon the others.

For Lacan the three orders (Symbolic, Imaginary and Real) are intermeshed. In the 1970s Lacan used the metaphor of the Borromean knot to illustrate the implication of these three orders. The Borromean knot, or ring, is made up of three intertwined loops constructed such that if just one is cut the others fall apart. Each loop, or order, is dependent upon the others.

Lacanian Graph of Desire | Philosophical Explorations

Lacanian Graph of Desire | Philosophical Explorations

...la realidad es el soporte para el fantasma del neurótico. Lacan #Psicoanálisis

verdad-- tambien se aplica a la vida...una vida real no es perfecta, y la vida perfecta no es real. =)

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