Jacques Lacan's three seminal papers from 1964 on the structure of a psychoanalytic school are 'Founding Act', 'Adjunct' and 'Preamble'. These have been translated by Cormac Gallagher and available to download on www.lacaninireland.com. In addition on the same site 'Proposal on the psychoanalyst of the School' (1967) and 'Italian Note' (1973) are relevant.
Also here is Cartel Study days - a translation of the transcript of discussions on the cartel structure held in Paris as part of the Journées of the Ecole Freudienne de Paris on 12/13 April 1975 at which Lacan participated.
In addition to Lacan's texts, the following papers by members of ISLP published in The Letter Irish Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis, might be of interest to those who wish to find out more about ISLP's approach to the cartel structure:
From Issue 44, Summer 2010 :
'The Founding Act, the cartel and the riddle of the Plus One' by Cormac Gallagher
'What is an Author? ... a Question for the Cartels' by Patricia McCarthy
'What might a School be?' by Barry O'Donnell
'Through the lenses of the cartel ...' by Mary Cheyrou-Lagrèze
From Issue 45, Autumn 2010:
'Freud's Group, Lacan's Cartel and the Toric organistaion' by Tony Hughes
Also relevant for the understanding of this work:
The Psychoanalytic Discourse by Christain Fierens, translated by Cormac Gallagher on www.lacaninireland.com
'Fragilities of analysis' by Jean Allouch, translated by Cormac Gallagher in The Letter Irish Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis, Issue 57, Autumn 2014 (www.theletter.ie) and on www.lacaninireland.com
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