Juan-David Nasio

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Juan-David Nasio (born 1942) is an Argentine psychoanalyst.


Nasio was born in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. After qualifying as a doctor Nasio completed his residency as a psychiatrist at the hospital in Lanús.[1] He emigrated to France in 1969 where he worked with Jacques Lacan. He was a professor at the University of Paris VII Sorbonne for 30 years from 1971[1] and is considered one of the foremost commentators on Lacanian psychoanalysis[citation needed]. He was the first psychoanalyst to be inducted into the prestigious French Legion of Honor.[2] In addition to participating in Lacan's seminars and translating his Écrits into Spanish, he has authored numerous books in French and Spanish, and he is the director of the Seminaires Psychanalytiques de Paris, a major center for psychoanalytical training and the dissemination of psychoanalytical thought to nonspecialists.

French Works[edit]

  • Un psychanalyste sur le divan, 2002, Payot
  • Le plaisir de lire Sigmund Freud, 1999, Petite bibliothèque Payot
  • Le livre de la douleur et de l'amour, 1996, ed Payot et Rivages
  • Cinq leçons sur la théorie de Jacques Lacan, 1992, Rivages
  • L'Hysterie ou L'Enfant Magnifique de Psychoanalyse, 1990, Rivages
  • Enseignement de 7 concepts cruciaux de la psychanalyse, 1988, Rivages
  • Le silence en psychanalyse, 1987, Rivages

English translations[edit]

  • Book of Love and Pain: The Thinking at the Limit with Freud and Lacan. Translated by David Pettigrew and François Raffoul (Albany: SUNY Press, 2003)
  • Five Lessons on the Psychoanalytic Theory of Jacques Lacan. Translated by David Pettigrew and François Raffoul (Albany: SUNY Press, 1998)
  • Hysteria: The Splendid Child of Psychoanalysis. Translated by Susan Fairfield (New York: Other Press, 1998)


  1. ^ a b "La UNT otorgó a Juan David Nasio el título de Doctor Honoris Causa" (in Spanish). National University of Tucumán. 3 December 2012. Retrieved 12 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Oedipus; the most crucial concept in psychoanalysis". Reference & Research Book News  – via HighBeam Research (subscription required). 1 February 2011. Retrieved 12 January 2013. 

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