A estrutura em psicanálise: uma enunciação desde Freud

The structure in psychoanalysis: an enunciation since Freud. This article intends to approach the importance of the notion of structure in the psychoanalytic field, considering its relevance in Freudian formulations and its destinations in the theoretical trajectory of Lacan. The term structure is implicit in the work of Freud in terms of the importance of differential diagnosis. Lacan's proposal was to re-read Freud from structuralism to reconduct the psychoanalytic experience to speech and language. We emphasize two disagreements that mark the unconditional withdrawal of Lacan's structuralist movement: the conception of the subject and the register of the real.

Psychoanalysis; structure; language


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