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Psicologia USP

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SOUZA, Mauricio Rodrigues. The game of senses in psychoanalysis: otherness, truth and construction. Psicol. USP [online]. 2018, vol.29, n.3, pp.385-393. ISSN 0103-6564.  https://doi.org/10.1590/0103-656420170132.

This article is a contribution to the debate concerning the problem of otherness in psychoanalysis. For this purpose, it focuses on the notion of construction, discussing the dilemma of imposition/negotiation of meaning in the clinical setting through a theoretical research that enhances two specific perspectives: the Freudian original one, closest to the realism of an equivalence between metapsychologies and the expressions of the unconscious, and that other later suggested by Serge Viderman, constructivist and skeptical about the possibilities of well-defined correspondences between clinical phenomena and predetermined theoretical representations. In conclusive terms, after approaching some dialogues proposed by Luís Claudio Figueiredo between psychoanalysis, temporality, narrativity and elements of Heidegger’s philosophy, it defends an interpretative ideal that metabolizes and embodies the speech that is directed to it, but that also supports and holds its inner differences, revealing an availability to the movement of thought itself.

Keywords : psychoanalysis; otherness; truth; construction.

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