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Rogers, A.G. (2020). Becoming an Analyst: Après-coup. Psychoanal. Inq., 40(2):90-99.

(2020). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 40(2):90-99

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Becoming an Analyst: Après-coup

Annie G. Rogers, Ph.D.

Posing the question of the time of becoming an analyst, this article answers with a particular framing of time as a signature of analytic formation as well as of the unconscious itself. The writing works as a poetics constructed inside and beyond psychoanalysis through citations from Freud and Lacan as well as quotations from writers, artists, and poets. Après-coup, this article unfolds the retrospective and future perfect tense of becoming an analyst, the desire of the analyst, the ethics of psychoanalysis and its transmission.

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