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VITORELLO, Daniel Migliani. Freud, Lacan and the hyperreality in the transmission of psychoanalysis. Cad. psicanal. [online]. 2017, vol.39, n.37, pp. 99-113. ISSN 1413-6295.

This article aims to address some paradoxes about the psychoanalysis's transmission. Once the transmission of psychoanalytic knowledge is regulated by the transfer, we first pointed that the transfer can become an instrument of control, or even a power relationship disguised of analytic discourse. Second, in the technical theory, we attempted to show, through Freud and Lacan's teaching that often what is transmitted is in the order of an ideal, or even a simulacrum, while the reality of clinical practice stays invisible. Thus, it was possible to associate the transmission of the technique in psychoanalysis with the Baudrillard's notion of hyperreality. For this author, when we beginning to relate more with the simulacrum than with reality, it moves for a hyper -realidade that appears more real than reality itself.

Keywords : Transmission of psychoanalysis; Transfer; Hyperreality.

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