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La repetición, una interpretación psicoanalítica: Freud y Lacan

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Álvarez Huitrayao, Manuel Ignacio (2016) La repetición, una interpretación psicoanalítica: Freud y Lacan. [Tesis]

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The following dissertation is framed by the psychoanalytic line of thought inaugurated by Sigmund Freud and rethought by Jacques Lacan. The starting point of this work is the notion of repetition, which finds its utmost reason in what Freud called compulsive repetition. The idea of repetition, besides being called by Lacan as one of the foundations of Psychoanalysis, articulates a series of theoretical landmarks which, in turn, constitute Psychoanalysis’ own arguments – whether linked to clinical practice or articulated around metapsychological reflection of the psychoanalytical field. This dissertation is gravitates around four specific theoretical moments: two Freudian ones and two Lacanian ones. The latter taking place during the period called “The return to Freud”, which comprises the period from 1953 to 1964. In this period, the postfreudian developments deviate from Freudian theory, as well as the psychoanalytic method, which is reviewed by poststructuralism. Altogether, the four moments being analyzed are: in Freud, the “repetition linked to the act” in 1914, and the “repetition as such” developed in Beyond the Pleasure Principle in 1920.In Lacan, the theory of “the insistence of the signifier” from 1955 and what he later named as the “failed encounter with the real” in 1964...


Tipo de documento:Tesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Filosofía, leída el 22-01-2016

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Gutiérrez Sánchez, Gerardo
Palabras clave:Sigmund Freud
Materias:Humanidades > Filosofía
Código ID:38287
Depositado:27 Jun 2016 12:43
Última Modificación:26 Jul 2017 07:48

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