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Discourse and psychoanalysis: translating concepts into "fragmenting" methodology  [cached]
Lisa Saville Young,Stephen Frosh
Psychology in Society , 2009,
Abstract: There is a growing body of work that draws on psychoanalytic interpretive strategies to enrich our understanding of the psychological processes involved in an individual's investment in particular discursive positions. This work champions the irreducibility of the social and the psychological, exploring the way in which the desires and wishes of the individual mediate the accessibility of social discourses. However, employing psychoanalysis as a framework for interpreting text necessarily means proceeding tentatively: rather than an individualising, theory-driven tool, the authors argue for its use in a way that "fragments" texts. Specifically, we demonstrate how psychoanalytic interpretation might be grounded in a fine-grained narrative analysis as well as in a reflexive interpretation of the research relationship, in order to seek ways to open out the text to produce various new discursive forms, rather than to "fix" their meaning.
Language? Speaking! Discourse
Klaus-Jürgen Bruder
Journal für Psychologie , 2011,
Abstract: It is not language but speech that is claimed as the subject matter of psychology. Psychoanalysis represents the most important projects to investigate speech. In this paper, the psychoanalysis of Jacques Lacan is given priority. He explicitly incorporated the social sphere into psychoanalysis by ways of putting the speaking subject in the center of social theory reflexions. Lacan's discourse in this article becomes the discourse of the media and as such represents the post-democracy and the unfolding of the discourse of power. As such, subjectification becomes understandable as defrayment of the paroles of the discourse of power.
Júlio Eduardo de Castro
Psicanálise e Barroco em Revista , 2008,
Abstract: The basic thesis of that article: the subject that interests to the Psychoanalysis (the subject of the unconscious) it includes, necessarily, the function of the time. To defend such proposition, we will go by Freud and for Lacan, looking for in its respective works some done references, starting from the experience psychoanalytic, at the time as/while appropriate and subverted construct/concept, in its usual employment, for the psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis, Mental Health and Drug Issues  [PDF]
Edson Olivari de Castro
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2017.811119
Abstract: This article aims to discuss some of the problems we can encounter in addressing drug issues, especially in Brazil. It also shows, through the work of some authors, that psychoanalysts must go beyond the frontiers of psychoanalysis itself—overcoming elaborations that individualize the problem through concepts such as personality or structure—to enable a new understanding that can guarantee different strategies of intervention. At the end, it points out questions opened from the indicated problems, which are referring to the discourse of capitalism in the present time.
Approaching the Neurobiological Scenario of Psychoanalysis  [PDF]
Zi-Jian Cai
International Journal of Healthcare Sciences , 2018, DOI: -
Abstract: In this perspective review, it is adopted the neurobiological interactions and conflicts of both perceived realities and acquired memories with the instinctual drives to represent such terms and interactions as unconscious/preconscious/conscious or id/ego/super-ego of the Freudian theories in psychoanalysis. During waking, it is demonstrated the interactions and conflicts of realities/memories with the instinctual drives are present in all vertebrates including humans. For the rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, it is well evidenced to process the emotional memories, while disrupt the emotional balance toward depression, supporting the Freudian psychoanalysis. For the slow-wave sleep (SWS), it was demonstrated by Cai as ameliorating the depression caused by accumulated emotional memories, supplementing a new complementary half story neglected by Freudian psychoanalysis. It was simultaneously suggested the differentiation of the noradrenergic/serotonergic activities in waking and sleep result in the differentiation of conscious and subconscious interactions and conflicts in psychoanalysis. Finally, it is briefly depicted the gradual evolution of psychoanalytic interactions and conflicts in vertebrates, substantiating the scientific basis for these core contents of Freudian psychoanalysis. In all, due to the support and extension of the core Freudian theoretical contents as unconscious/preconscious/conscious psychoanalysis from neurobiology, it is approaching a prospective neurobiological scenario of psychoanalysis.
A institui??o acadêmica e a legitima??o da voca??o científica da psicanálise
Pinto, Jeferson Machado;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79721999000300009
Abstract: the present paper argues that the university has the function to legitimize the scientific vocation of psychoanalysis. the subject of psychoanalysis requires that it operates based on a presumed knowledge. it is up to the university to demonstrate its validity. this paper also warns about the ideological risks of the academic discourse and suggests that such discourse should be confronted continually with the analytical discourse.
Psicanálise e ciência Psychoanalysis and science  [cached]
Regina Coeli Aguiar Castelo Prudente,Maria Anita Carneiro Ribeiro
Psicologia: Ciência e Profiss?o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/s1414-98932005000100006
Abstract: Embora Freud tenha sido um cientista, formado no espírito científico de sua época, as rela es da psicanálise com a ciência nunca foram fáceis. Desde o “Projeto”, de 1895, até seus últimos textos, Freud nunca abandonou seu propósito de fazer com que a psicanálise fosse reconhecida como ciência. Jacques Lacan, a partir de sua teoria dos discursos, afirma que a psicanálise é um novo campo do saber que mantém conex es com o campo de saber da ciência, mas com ele se confunde. O sujeito da psicanálise é o mesmo sujeito da ciência - o sujeito do desejo - mas Freud subverte o cogito cartesiano ao descobrir o inconsciente. Although Freud has been originally a scientist, formed on the scientifical spirit of his age, relationship between psychoanalysis and science has never been an easy matter. Since his “Project”, from 1985, to his last texts, Freud has never left down his purpose to have psychoanalysis accepted as a legitimate science. Jacques Lacan, starting from his own theory of the discourse, confirmed psychoanalysis as a new field of knowledge which has some connections with the scientifical field of knowledge, but cannot be mixed up with it. The subject of psychoanalysis is the same as of science - the subject of the desire - but Freud, with his discovery of the unconscious mind, brings a subversion to the cogito of René Descartes.
Gombrich, Art and Psychoanalysis  [PDF]
Stefano Ferrari
Journal of Art Historiography , 2011,
Abstract: Gombrich has always shown particular attention to the psychology of art as psychology of representation (and enjoyment) of art. In addition, through his friendship with Ernst Kris, who had been a respected art historian in the staff of the Kunsthisthoriches Museum in Vienna before becoming an important psychoanalyst, Gombrich devoted some fundamental essays on the contribution of psychoanalysis to the study of art. The main novelty and the most original feature of his contribution to this field (and which cannot easily be differentiated in general theoretical terms from that of Kris) lies in his focus on Freud’s theories on jokes and in his adherence to the concept of ‘controlled regression in the service of the ego’, introduced by so-called ego psychology . This allowed Gombrich not only to highlight a perfect relationship between Freud’s theoretical thinking and his conservative attitude in the field of aesthetics, but also to use psychoanalysis to underline the historical and cultural character of the processes of representation and enjoyment.
Some Reflections in Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis
Hsiang Hsu
Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology , 2008,
Abstract: This paper examines the origin of phenomenology, and delineates several of its significant developments and refractions, in order to arrive at a renewed conception of phenomenological theory and practice: a future phenomenology that can, it is argued, articulate productively with certain grounds opened up by psychoanalysis. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, Volume 8, Edition 1 May 2008
Daniel Franco de Carvalho,Laéria Fontenele
Psicanálise e Barroco em Revista , 2010,
Abstract: Our main goal on this study was to reflect about the return of the suggestive practice nowadays - which have been already criticized by Freud as being inefficient and dangerous, and therefore, were abandoned even by him since the psychoanalysis foundation. In this sense, we are going to work with a comparative analysis on the speech present on the psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and Self-Help, taking into account its contents and effects
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