Richard Milazzo has just reviewed The Last Psychoanalyst on Amazon.
Let's stop kicking the can of Freudian thinking (sic) down the road: when will this paltry money-generating pathology end?!
The text of his review:
It's about time an expert in the field, an ex-Lacanian in fact, with a high degree of credibility on the subject, has written a book questioning not only the fundamental predicates of Freudian psychoanalytical theory and the basic model of the psyche propounded by Freud, but also the theorists who helped to give these theories and this model posthumous life (Lacan) and who inexplicably continue to this day to give them academic and supposed anti-academic (pseudo-avant-garde) credence (Zizek).
For those who are unfamiliar with Milazzo’s work, here’s the opening of his Wikipedia entry:
Richard Milazzo is a critic, curator, publisher, independent scholar and poet. In the 1970s, he was the editor and co-publisher of Out of London Press. He is the co-founding publisher and editor of Edgewise Press. In the 1980s, under the rubric of Collins & Milazzo, he co-curated art exhibitions and co-wrote works on art and art theory.
You will find a bibliography of his book-length work on his Amazon page.