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Estilos da Clinica

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PISETTA, Maria Angélica Augusto de Mello. Subject, object and language in playing. Estilos clin. [online]. 2017, vol.22, n.1, pp. 100-112. ISSN 1415-7128.

Playing is such a common activity in childhood that its theorizing slips into a certain truism. Everyone can witness, daily, the children's need to play and the sociocultural advances that they demonstrate, when they have their time to fantasize and play respected and empowered. A closer look at the structure of play reveals the process of constructing the children's subjectivity, their relations with the Other of the culture of their historical time, and the construction of the object with which a conflict occurs. How can playing analysis help understanding the limits necessary to foster subjectivity and socialization in childhood? This is what we intend to discuss in this article.

Keywords : playing; subjectivity; Lacan; Winnicott; psychoanalysis.

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