Modern Erotics and the Quest for Intimacy

Published: Saturday 30 May, 2009



The demand that sexual relations should be at the basis both of self-understanding and self-realisation often puts our intimate lives under particular pressure. This talk looked at contemporary sexualities and their uneasy relationship to love, fantasy and intimacy.

Henrietta L. Moore in discussion with psychoanalysts Darian Leader and Susie Orbach and Renata Salecl, centennial professor of law at LSE.

The event took place on 4 March 2008 at the London School of Economics (LSE), chaired by Derek Hook (LSE).

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