By Henry Bond
A Lacanian method of homicide scene investigation.
Henry Bond is a author and photographer dwelling in London.
"Unlike the vast majority of researchers who basically import into their very own box of inquiry a number of psychoanalytic phrases the following and there after they locate it handy, Bond creatively rethinks forensics and psychoanalysis jointly. conscious of the structural Lacanian differences among neurosis, psychosis, and perversion, he casts an acute psychoanalytic gaze on crimes devoted in England among 1955 and 1970, and uncovers unusually striking orders, problems, and reorderings. the result of his 'long look at the abyss' may be of curiosity to clinicians, criminologists, or even crime fiction writers!"--Bruce Fink, Lacanian psychoanalyst, translator of Lacan's Écrits, and writer of A medical creation to Lacanian Psychoanalysis
(Bruce Fink )
"Henry Bond's pioneering research of crime scene images is sparklingly unique and written with marvelous readability. A satisfaction for connoisseurs and informal readers alike."--Dylan Evans, tuition of medication, collage collage Cork, eire, writer of The Introductory Dictionary of Lacanian Psychoanalysis
(Dylan Evans )