When the Subject Speaks
Why do we speak? This banal question nonetheless encompasses a multiplicity of meanings.
An Alternative View of Autism
To provide the best possible care for autistic children, here is a thorough exploration of all the available therapies
Children Without Language
I have been treating children [with language difficulties] for the past ten years, and making clinical observations from three theoretical points of view: I have used linguistics, psychoanalysis and recent finding in the cognitive sciences. By taking into account and examining the difficulties encountered when working with such children, and by paying attention to the specific character of their development, we will be able to provide essential information for anyone wishing to reflect seriously on a central issue for all of us: Why speak? writes Laurent Danon-Boileau. Laurent Danon-Boileau is a linguist, psychoanalyst and writer.