Paul-Laurent Assoun

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Paul-Laurent Assoun (born 1948) is a former student of the École normale supérieure de Saint-Cloud. Psychoanalyst and Professor at the université de Paris VII where he founded the department of clinical human science (until the end of 2007), he is a member of the UMR CNRS psychoanalysis and social practice. From 1987-1993, he taught social and political philosophy at the Radboud University Nijmegen. Paul-Laurent Assoun is also the director of the Philosophie d'aujourd'hui collection of Presses universitaires de France, Psychoanalysis and social practice at Anthropos/Economica and a member of the editing committee of the psychoanalytic review penser/rêver  (éditions de l'Olivier).


Online articles[edit]

  • 1999, «L'objet du rire. Psychanalyse du risible», in Eliane Daphy & Diana Rey-Hulman (dir.), Paroles à rire, Paris, Inalco (Collection Colloques Langues'O), pp. 89–107. (mise en ligne 28 août 2005) [1]
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