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O estatuto do real em Lacan: dos primeiros escritos ao seminário VII, a ética da psicanálise
Chaves, Wilson Camilo;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2006000200004
Abstract: this article seeks to elucidate the notion of real in lacan, from the first writings to the vii seminar, psychoanalysis' ethics. initially, are privileged imaginary and real; symbolic and real; symbolic, imaginary and real. after their elucidation, it is advanced to the transition of the real concept, re-doing the course fron seminars to referring texts. in the vii seminar, dedicated to the psychoanalysis' ethics, the relations between the real and das ding are glimpsed. the real is seen as from the thing order. the work is concluded affirming that lacan, later, will formulate the real as belonging from the impossible order.
Considera??es a respeito do conceito de real em Lacan
Chaves, Wilson Camilo;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722009000100006
Abstract: the present work seeks to elucidate the notion of real in lacan in the period that is going from the first writings to the seminar, book iii, " the psychoses ", of 1955/1956. the discussion rotates around the imaginary and real relationships; symbolic, imaginary and real. lacan, firstly, harnesses the imaginary to the real permeated by the term imago, happening of freud. therefore soon after, it privileges the symbolic and it defines the experience analytic as being of this order. in the previous moment, the real of the experience analytic will be of the order of the imaginary. in that second instant, the real of the analytic experience will be of the order of the symbolic. then we have, the famous triad, symbolic, imaginary and real. more ahead, in your thought, the real will be defined as what it escapes to the symbolic. it will be treated of the impossible of the sexual relationship.
Imaginário, simbólico e sincrético: aspectos psicológicos da filia??o a novas religi?es japonesas
Paiva, Geraldo José de;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79721999000200017
Abstract: with the help of lacan?s categories of imaginary and symbolic the discourses of nine people, male and female brazilians of catholic origin, with no oriental descent, affiliated to japanese new religions, were analyzed, in order to ascertain, from a psychological point of view, whether affiliation to a new religion implies conversion or religious syncretism. the analysis allowed to identify distinct individual trends: some of the affiliates appear to operate a substitution of the symbolic and, accordingly, a religious conversion; other seem to maintain the original symbolic, adding imaginably some elements from the new religion to it, which results in a religious syncretism; some of those who convert bring imaginably some elements of their previous faith into the new symbolic system, producing a new religious syncretism.
Identidade e pluralismo: identidade religiosa em adeptos brasileiros de novas religi?es japonesas
Paiva, Geraldo José de;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722004000100004
Abstract: a research about the psychological processes of religious identity constitution of female brazilian followers of japanese new religions is here described. social identity and structural theories are focused, according to the symbolic and imaginary. data, obtained through semi-structured interviews, are presented under the form of four typical reports, which show that group belonging by categorization and/or prototypicality and symbolic structuration are the convergent psychosocial anersonal processes responsible for the constitution of religious identity. positive and negative aspects of syncretism that -follows the religious adhesion transformation are discussed.
Aproximación al "esquema L" de Lacan y sus implicaciones en la clínica (parte I)
García Arroyo,José Manuel; Domínguez López,María Luisa;
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352011000100003
Abstract: along lacan's work it's usual to find several diagrams that can be understood as an attempt to conceptualize some aspects of the psychoanalytic theory. the latter ones must be clear, at least from the theoretical point of view, to be able to a properly psychoanalytic work. at this time, we are going to centred on one of them: schema l, whose presentation take place at one of lacan's seminar about the ego position in freud's theory and which catch the eye of specialist of that time. it's also an original way of expound the performance of the inter- subjective relations in its connections with the language. in the first part of this work we study the components of the "schema l" and two of the main relations among themselves that form the two axis: "imaginary" and "symbolic". lacan consider these to be in opposition since they interfere with each other so that the unconscious message is broken by the imaginary relation between the ego and its equal "the other".
Análisis consumidor de vinos en la Argentina
Oca?a,Hugo R;
Universum (Talca) , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-23762006000200014
Abstract: this analysis provides a conceptual fundamentation of wine purchase from the consumer behavior and a potential argentine wine market segmentation. the theoretical frame is from the lacanian conception of human pulsions: the symbolic thing, the imaginary and the real thing; all applied to consumer behavior, in its imaginary dimension of value, applied to the product wine and as a medium object to link imaginary thing and symbolic thing. from this productive relationship between wished object and symbolic satisfactor object an entailment of value arising client-product that, for each part, it acquires a different meaning. the wine market segmentation in argentina is made through the identification of grouped consumers in two dimensions: socioeconomic level and the age of the buyers, identifying four segments: experts, aspiracionals, traditional and beginners. finally, these segments are disaggregates in others and it is recommended different strategies associated to different business opportunities
Imagem e territórios das elites burguesas galegas: a escultura funerária (séculos XIV-XV)
García Rodríguez, Matías
Cuadernos de Estudios Gallegos , 2012,
Abstract: As well as a clear rising of the sumptuous tombs is asserted during the 14th and 15th centuries within the sphere of nobility, also an increase in the decoration of graves took place in that of the bourgeois elites. In fact, this phenomenon of emulation with regard to the urbanized fidalguia will be the most characteristic one of this enriched bourgeoisie, which is an essential part of the municipal oligarchies. We will analyse some aspects of this class representation, especially concerning funerary sculpture, and from a perspective of critique of ideology and lacanian theory, especially in what refers to a paradigmatic example, the tomb of Joám do Campo in S o Domingos de Bonaval. De la misma manera en que en el ámbito de la nobleza se asiste a un claro aumento del número de sepulcros exentos y bajo arcosolio durante los siglos XIV y XV, también en el de las élites burguesas corroboramos un incremento en la decoración de sus enterramientos. De hecho, este fenómeno de emulación y/o homologación a respecto de la hidalguía urbanizada será el más característico en el seno de esta burguesía enriquecida, parte esencial de las oligarquías municipales. Analizaremos algunos aspectos de esta representación de clase, especialmente en relación a la escultura funeraria, y desde un enfoque de crítica de la ideología y teoría lacaniana, en especial por lo que respecta a un caso paradigmático como es el del sepulcro de Joám do Campo en S o Domingos de Bonaval. [gl] Do mesmo jeito que no ambito da nobreza se assiste a um claro aumento do número de sepulcros isentos e baixo arcossólio durante os séculos XIV e XV, também no das elites burguesas corroboramos um incremento na decora o dos seus enterramentos. De feito, este fen meno de emula o e/ou homologa o perante a fi dalguia urbanizada será o mais característico no seio desta burguesia enriquecida, parte essencial das oligarquias municipais. Analisaremos alguns aspeitos desta representa o de classe, nomeadamente em rela o à escultura funerária, desde um enfoque de crítica da ideologia e teoria lacaniana, em especial no que respeita a um caso paradigmático como é o do sepulcro de Joám do Campo em S o Domingos de Bonaval.
O chinês, o lobo e a britadeira
Pellion, Tatiana;
ágora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalítica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-14982010000100006
Abstract: the chinese, the wolf and the stone crusher. child psychosis means that the subject has a troubled relationship with the symbolic. through this case history of the clinical treatment of a young psychotic boy, we aim to examine the place of the drives in his relation to the other and the other's demand, the distinction that must be made among the imaginary, symbolic and real fathers, and then the role of the construction, in the course of the analytic treatment, of a way of making up for the paternal function.
?Qué significa ser buen padre?
Estalayo Martín,Luis Manuel;
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352010000300005
Abstract: it's supported the need to consider the difference between the real, symbolic and imaginary parent that is described by psychoanalisis in the diagnostic evaluation of the "parental competency". the absence of these concepts can imply abrupt and shallow evaluations which are excessively focussed in phenomenological aspects.
De la obra de arte al anuncio publicitario: la disolución de lo simbólico en puro placer imaginario
Vanessa Brasil Campos
Trama y Fondo : Revista de Cultura , 2007,
Abstract: Taking the analysis of some works of art in which the symbolic, mythical and sacred realms can be identified, as a starting point, in this paper using the textual analysis we show that some paintings and sculptures made in the periodcovering from the Renaissance to Baroque not only their composition or structure, but also certain features, like ajewel, a pearl and the light with their sparkles and highlights, or a gesture of ecstasy, contain a marked symbolicpower. On the other hand, we focus on the analysis of certain commercials for perfumes that use the features above,and we find that these commercials show the delirious, pleasurable, alluring nature of an object that can be only absolute since it has been manufactured with the aim of accentuating the viewer's identification with the imaginary order. Allin all, from Baroque to nowadays, we have witnessed the dissolution of the symbolic order in the pure pleasure or imaginary fascination
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