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Jornal de Psicanálise

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NASSER, Yone Buonaparte dArcanchy Nobrega. Psychoanalysis and research: el psicoanálisis como un campo de conocimiento y su inserción en la investigación científica. J. psicanal. [online]. 2008, vol.41, n.75, pp. 259-267. ISSN 0103-5835.

Psychoanalysis was always seen as a knowledge that could not be put in the place already known and stipulated of the sciences we live with and work to develop and to organize in a systematic way. As a clinical practice - theory and method - it ends up conducting us to a different world of what we are used to dealing with when the subject in hand is academic research. It’s a known fact that this is also a new world for psychoanalysis itself, considering that it was born and supported by its prerogatives throughout the writing of its praxis - based upon clinic and non-clinic research - and on dogmatic line up. There are several opinions about this matter but those don’t figure as the central concern to this article since its objective is merely to place the hypothesis of the possibility of the psychoanalysis knowledge being researched according to a specific scientifically logic, that marks the changing of paradigm that its development is an important reference.

Keywords : Psychoanalysis; Research; Scientific knowledge; Knowledge.

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