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CHAVES, Messias Eustáquio. Clinical structures in psychoanalysis: a clipping. Reverso [online]. 2018, vol.40, n.76, pp. 55-62. ISSN 0102-7395.

This article proposes a short synthesis of how, from clinical experience Freud created psychoanalysis and, after, Lacan puts forwards its theoretical field demonstrating that unconscious is structured as language, and that the mother´s speech starts to this constitution. The incidence of phallic logic in the Oedipus context and paternal metaphor is determinative of subject psychic constitution and his desir. the unconscious significant constitution follows borromeana logic of RSI: both construct human psychic structures evidencing subject true in psychoanalytic clinical.

Keywords : Unconscious; Language; Psychic structure; Phallic logic; Neurosis; Perversion; Psychosis; Psychopathology; RSI..

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