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PERACHI, Camila Taiara;  and  PASQUALATTO, Tamara Havana dos Rei. Genealogy of the subject and of Psychoanalysis in the Freudian work. Cad. psicanal. [online]. 2017, vol.39, n.37, pp. 83-98. ISSN 1413-6295.

The Psychoanalysis' birth was due to the Freudian clinical listening, which that produces and is produced, at the same time, by the valuation of the speech as a psychic act. In this article, we propose two questions: what is the role of language in the psychic constitution of the human being? And what was its relevance in the Psychoanalysis' foundation and in the formulation of the Freudian concept of Unconscious? Knowing that Psychoanalysis was born neither the purpose of derepression through the speech, and that the unconscious formations are denounced in the language, we verify that the unconscious Psychoanalysis itself would be possible without words, or without the Freudian study of the topical, dynamical and economical functionings of the language in the psychic apparatus. Thus, it's since psychoanalytical clinic was inaugurated by Sigmund Freud in the 20th century, speech ceased being just a communication tool to became a healing one.

Keywords : Psychoanalysis; Language; Freud.

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