Evolving Lacanian Perspectives for Clinical Psychoanalysis by Raul Moncayo

“Whereas many books on Lacanian psychoanalysis simply introduce or   explain Lacan’s ideas, this volume develops and advances his work,   which by no means implies that only the advanced reader will be able   to benefit from it. Without fear or trepidation, Moncayo enters the intricate meshwork of the Lacanian edifice, probing into its multi-layered construction, delving into its deepest recesses, and re-emerging from it with startlingly new insights and a fresh  perspective on theory and practice. This book is a field-defining  statement, which will remain a key source of inspiration for scholars  and practitioners for many years to come.”

Dany Nobus, Professor of Psychology and Psychoanalysis, Brunel