Interpretation and its Fates: Clinic and Culture

We may not find it difficult to view interpretation as a way of making sense, but it may be more challenging to realize what else it may be. If “the age of interpretation is behind us,” as Jacques-Alain Miller has claimed, then what could it look like? What if interpretation has more than meaning to give? If not only for explanation, if not only for meaning, where could it lead us? Which is another way of asking: What are its fates? Join the Harrisonburg Center for Psychoanalysis consider these, and probably other questions, in this panel presentation.