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OTA, Nilton Ken. Psychoanalysis as a political paraphrase: the École Freudienne de Paris and the Lacanian 'ethification' of theory. Trans/Form/Ação [online]. 2016, vol.39, n.4, pp.59-84. ISSN 0101-3173.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0101-31732016000400004.

To a great extent the studies of the constitution of the Lacanism theoretical framework have occurred off the examination of its historicity. This neglect strengthens the concealment of the social process that led the Lacanian production to a deep integration between the theory formalization and the theory ethification. This process can not be understood without grasping the context of the political environment that surrounded the proposal and the existence of École Freudienne de Paris (EFP), founded by Lacan in 1964. The close contact with the young militants of the extra-parliamentary left groups of the time, notably the Maoists, and the assimilation of the problems they rose made the Lacanian thought and EFP the place of objectification of a speech moved by the political paraphrase and their engagement effects. This article aims to expose the lines of political and social structure of concepts forged by Lacan through the establishment and consolidation of his School.

Palavras-chave : May 68; Psychoanalysis; French Maoism; Intellectuals; Engagement.

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