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Laurence Joseph is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist. She directs the Psychoanalysis Collection at the Hermann Press (Éditions Hermann). Joseph studied philosophy at the Sorbonne, Paris IV and later graduated as a clinical psychologist from Paris VII. She currently practices adult and paediatric psychiatry. She is a member of the scientific committee of l’Institut Hospitalier de Psychanalyse (IHP) at Sainte-Anne Hospital (Groupement Hospitalier Paris Neuroscience GHU) where she gives seminars. She is also a temporary lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at Paris V.  Joseph regularly intervenes in the public sphere in her capacity as a psychoanalyst and her writings have appeared in SAY, Intelligences EconomiquesLa Revue Etudes, and Les Rencontres Philosophiques de Monaco. Joseph published her first Book La chute de l intime in 2021 at Hermann Press.

Corps politiques: on ne peut pas toujours s’occuper de la vie que l’on porte

30 July 2022

Hashtag: On the new subjectivities that emerge through the language of social media

11 April 2021

Politicised Bodies: We Cannot Always Take Care of the Life We Are Carrying

20 July 2022

De qui le hashtag est-il le nom? Sur les nouvelles subjectivités que construit la langue des réseaux sociaux

22 January 2021

Denial of incest: Between silences and misunderstandings

22 May 2021

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