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CHNAIDERMAN, Miriam. Maiakovski shines, Picasso burns, and your day is coming. Cad. psicanal. [online]. 2021, vol.43, n.45, pp.73-86. ISSN 1413-6295.

The poetry's and dreams' strength, in their transforming power, powerfully appear in Mayakovsky's poetry. Picasso burned and his work turned into a token show the strength of neo-liberalism. S. Freud's text "Group Psychology and Analysis of the Ego" instruments these reflections by rethinking the poet's place in the overcoming of matriarchy and in the establishment of the law. Contemporary thinkers such as Chantal Mouffe, C. Castoriadis, Cl. Leffort, Toni Negri and Thomas Hardt point out possible paths to the impasses of the current world by moving back politics - as always a place of confrontation. Based on Nathalie Zaltzmann, we show the paradox Freud reached in this text: how, based on his formulation of the death drive, could he include destructiveness in the phenomenon of masses?

Palavras-chave : Dream; Poetry; Neo-liberalism; Politics; Confrontation; Mass; Crowd; Humanity; Democracy; Father; Matriarchy.

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