| Judith Miller|
Jacques Lacan's daughter
| Jacques Lacan, Sylvia Bataille|
Emilie Lacan, Alfred Lacan
Raymond Lacan, Marc-Marie Lacan
Simone Makles, Rose Masson, Bianca Fraenkel, Magdeleine-Marie Lacan
Jacques Lacan, Jacques‑Alain Miller, Sylvia Bataille, Sibylle Lacan, Gerard Miller
Diego Masson, Luis Masson
Judith Miller (philosopher) Wikipedia
Judith Miller ([milɛʁ]; born 1941) is a French psychoanalyst. She is the daughter of the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and Sylvia Bataille. Her spouse is Lacanian Jacques-Alain Miller.
As a Maoist philosophy lecturer at Vincennes in Paris, her radicalism was used as a reason for her philosophy department to be decertified. This occurred after she handed out course credit to someone she met on a bus, and subsequently publicly declared in a radio interview that the university is a capitalist institution, and that she would do everything she could to make it run as badly as possible. After this, she was demoted by the French education department to a lycée teacher.'Métaphysique de la physique de Galilée', Cahiers pour l’Analyse 9.9 (1968)
Le Champ freudien à travers le monde: textes recueillis, Paris: Seuil, 1986.
Album Jacques Lacan: visages de mon père, Paris: Seuil, 1990
(with Hervé Castanet) Pierre Klossowski, la pantomime des esprits : suivi d'un entretien de Pierre Klossowski avec Judith Miller, Nantes: C. Defaut, 2007