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  • McAlister, John (Dublin Business School, 2001)
    This Final Year Project, entitled "Addicted to Death: Serial Killing as an Addiction" investigates the phenomenon of serial killing and attempts to explain the addictive quality that it possesses. This will entail a peering ...
  • Redmond, Donna (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    This paper is concerned with raising questions regarding the casual factors of psychogenic autism. There is no definitive cause of autism so I have drawn on ideas formulated by Sigmund Freud and developed by Jacques Lacan. ...
  • Reilly, Declan (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    'A dialogue of the unspeakable' describes the analytic discourse for what it is, an attempt to speak about what one is not conscious of In this sense I will be writing about what is already established in the relationship ...
  • Smith, Melissa (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    "Psychoanalysis starts but does not end with Freud". It is true to say that Freud was the father of psychoanalysis, but even so it did not make everybody else tolerant of his ideas. Freud was indeed the first great analyst, ...
  • Cluxton, David (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    In 1980, the year prior to his death, Jacques Lacan made his last public appearance at a time when he was establishing his new school, the Cause freudienne. In his opening address he made the following statement, "I have ...
  • Fortune, Joanna (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    I am taking the opportunity in this paper to examine trauma in particular Real Accidental Trauma; Language, with particular reference to the lack of verbalisation brought about by trauma and the Traversing of the Fantasy ...
  • Geraghty, Evelyn (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    The purpose of this paper is to give a psychoanalytic view of psychosis from a Lacanian perspective. Psychosis being a broad subject, I will elaborate and unfold some of Lacan's theory with particular reference to three ...
  • O'Dowd, Seamus (Dublin Business School, 2000)
    This Final Year Project will make explicit an implicit assumption that is contained within the work of Sigmund Freud, namely, that Freud's conception of what he termed the death drive is manifested in pathological states, ...