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OLIVEIRA, Alvaro. Freud’s kaleidoscope: linguistics structuralism and it’s relations with Freudian unconscious. Reverso [online]. 2017, vol.39, n.74, pp. 29-37. ISSN 0102-7395.

Language, in addition of being a fundamental element in psychoanalysis practice, it is also a key theme for theoretical elaborations of Freud. Given the great influence that structural language had in the advance of social sciences in France, including psychoanalysis, this article seeks to articulate a dialogue between Freudian concepts established to think the unconscious and the psychic apparatus and concepts of structural language, and in which ways their thoughts converge and diverge.

Keywords : Language; Sign; Unconscious; Structuralism; Psychoanalisis.

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