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GUIA, Elisa Rennó dos Mares. The desire of the analyst and the non-specificity of the psychoanalysiss clinic. Reverso [online]. 2011, vol.33, n.61, pp. 39-46. ISSN 0102-7395.

This paper seeks to work some texts of Freud, Lacan and others psychoanalysts and elaborates some questions about the desire of the analyst and the non-specificity of the psychoanalysis's clinic. The position of the analyst is related to one not-taken place, which carít be described in a few pages or even elucidate only through words. For this reason this work goes through some clinical situations described by Freud and Lucia Tower which, in another moment, Lacan has interrogated. As long as these issues are worked - but not exhausted - it appears that some conclusions are passing by the question of the specificity or non-specificity of the psychoanalytic clinic. This work is an essay or a reflection about the analyst's place in his practice.

Keywords : Counter-transference; Analyst's position; Specificity; Desire; Clinic and unconscious.

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