john FletcherJohn Fletcher is a man of many parts. He is a Senior Lecturer in English and Comparative Literature at the University of Warwick, and has a long-standing interest in psychoanalysis. He has written on film, melodrama and Gothic writing, psychoanalytic theories of sexuality and gender, and primal fantasies. He is the leading commentator in this country on the work of Laplanche.

In this paper he addresses:

Time And Trauma In Freud’s Thought

alexander piatigorsky 

It is a pleasure to include this talk given by Alexander Piatigorsky, Professor Emeritus of Indian History at SOAS, London University, not long before his death in October 2009. He was a Russian philosopher, widely seen in his day as the foremost Russian philosopher, and has written many scholarly books and articles on a range of topics, as well as philosophy, which have been translated into many languages, including German, French, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. He described himself as a very bad Buddhist.

This paper is called:

Time for me, Time for you, Time for them: a little phenomenological essay