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SANTORO, Vanessa Campos. Psychoanalytic clinical and ethics. Reverso [online]. 2006, vol.28, n.53, pp. 61-66. ISSN 0102-7395.

The author discusses psychoanalytic ethics from a clinical point of view. Psychoanalytic ethics can be defined as the ethics of "being well - said", or in other words, it is actually the word that operates during treatment. Each interpretation conducts the individual to the choice of this wish and to his forms of enjoyment, considering that psychoanalytic ethics implies maintaining the void lacking in the unconscious. Lacan worked on a unique association between the thing in Kant, Heidegger and Freud, concluding together with Freud that the subject in psychoanalysis differs from both the subjects in Kant and in Heidegger. The subject in psychoanalysis refers to one who is divided by the original loss of enjoyment, being that Das Ding has been lost forever.

Keywords : Transference and interpretation; Analyst's position; Analyst's wish; The ethics of "being well-said"; The thing in Kant; The thing in Heidegger; Das Ding; the object a.

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