By Freud Lacan institute (Fli)
This seminar explores, with Rob, his recent book’s themes of fatherhood and their role in modern society and the decline of mental health.
Rob Weatherill and “Lacan in the End Times”
Date: Friday 31/03/2023
Venue: Mariner Room, Royal Marine Hotel, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin A96 K063 and by Zoom
This seminar takes place in-person. Those who cannot attend in person are welcome to register and attend by Zoom, and will be emailed a Zoom link prior to the event.
Join us on Friday March 31st for an exploration of Rob’s most recent book Lacan and the End Times. In the Name of the Absent Father. A native of Dublin and a practicing and supervisory psychoanalyst, Rob for over four decades has been an active member of the emergent and contemporary psychoanalytic community in Ireland. This seminar is an opportunity to recognise Rob’s work and consider his most recent book which draws from psychoanalysis, philosophy, theology, and cultural and critical theory to consider some of the most serious and consequential issues of our time. The book explores themes of the father and connections to modern society and mental health. Rob’s deep concerns about the state of our world are inspiring, stimulating, and provocative.
In the seminar, Rob will introduce the book and read several extracts. This will be followed by a conversation about the book’s themes and Q&A with the audience. Copies of Rob’s book will be available for sale.
Bio: Rob Weatherill is a practicing and supervisory analyst in Dublin, a member of IFPP and ICP and a founder member of APPI. He has a Master’s degree in psychotherapy from St. Vincent’s University Hospital as well as the European Certificate in Psychotherapy. He taught psychoanalysis in UCD, TCD, and the Milltown Institute of Philosophy and Theology and currently convenes two supervision groups that meet fortnightly. Rob has written many papers and articles exploring the interface between psychoanalysis and culture published in Ireland and abroad, has been cited 600 times. He has written six internationally published books and edited one other including most recently The Anti-Oedipus Complex, Lacan, Critical Theory and Postmodernism (Routledge, 2017) and Lacan and the End Times. In the Name of the Absent Father. (Routledge, 2023). He is a member of the Editorial Board of Lacunae (Ireland) and Sitegeist London.
Spring-Summer Seminar Dates For Your Diary*
- Friday March 31, 6-8 pm. Rob Weatherill (Dublin) and “Lacan in the End Times”
- Friday April 21, 6-8 pm. Kevin Murphy (Dublin) and his recent book on “Asexuality”
- Saturday May 6, 10-1. Calum Neill (Edinburgh) and “The Ethics of Psychoanalysis”
- Saturday May 20, 10-1. Leon Brenner (Berlin) and “Autism and the Voice”
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