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FONSECA, Maria Carolina Bellico  and  SOUZA, Maria Isabel Sá e Ferreira de. Body, nature and ethics. Reverso [online]. 2014, vol.36, n.67, pp. 55-59. ISSN 0102-7395.

This text has as starting point the Lacanian perspective that Freud's work brings a fresh point of view to guide the ethical experience that happens in psychoanalytic practice. What is manifested as suffering is the fact that man has no knowledge coming from the natural body to sustain himself in the world, needing to set him from his enrolment in the field of the language, which puts the fault and the enjoyment at the centre of human experience. The proposed ethics of psychoanalysis goes beyond suffering, making the lack itself, the castration, other ways of knowledge that do mainstay the parlettre to invent new modes of enjoyment.

Keywords : Ethics; Body; Nature; Language; Knowledge; Parlettre; Enjoyment; Invention.

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