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Psicologia Clínica

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CASTRO, Júlio Eduardo de  and  FERRARI, Ilka Franco. The psychoanalyst's desire and his implication in the transference according to the teaching of Lacan. Psicol. clin. [online]. 2013, vol.25, n.2, pp. 53-72. ISSN 0103-5665.

This article approaches the ethics of the psychoanalysis that is transmitted by intensive experience, also called the psychoanalyst's analysis, mainly through the investigation of the psychoanalyst's expression lacaniane psychoanalyst's desire. In order to do that, it falls back upon Lacan's guideline mainly in what it comes to the rule of the symptom in the psychoanalytic theory and also the so called 'psychoanalyst's ethical operators'. From Lacan's teachings, we extract these clinical operators of the psychoanalytic ethics: the psychoanalyst's desire; the psychoanalyst's discourse; the psychoanalyst's acting; the psychoanalyst's knowledge. These operators fulfill the role of being the theoretical-conceptual and clinical guideline to guide us at the approach of the discomfort and suffering from the symptom that inexorably makes one to look for the psychoanalysis as a treatment. Concerning the symptom at the psychoanalysis ethics, we get consequences towards the acting of the psychoanalyst when operating this same ethics.

Keywords : psychoanalyst's desire; transfer; symptom; psychoanalysis intensive; ethics of the psychoanalysis.

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