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SCHNEIDER, Venicius Scott. Psychoanalysis at a hospital?. Rev. SBPH [online]. 2019, vol.22, n.spe, pp. 44-61. ISSN 1516-0858.

This work is composed by two parts. The first one is a discussion about the psychoanalytic practice at hospitals, considering that this practice still raises questions regarding its viability in this context. Considering that the master's discourse and the university's discourse are predominant in the hospital, it is believed that there is a difficulty in operating the psychoanalytical discourse. Moreover, it is said that there is not a demand towards the psychoanalytical work in a way that the conditions for the analytical setting are unfeasible or at least restricted. Starting with the propositions presented about the impossibility of psychoanalysis at a hospital and the consequences of this premise, the perspectives of a work with clinical listening in the direction of the impossible are developed. In this part of the work it is concluded that the operation of this discourse is only possible from an ethical perspective, which is based on a premise of an openness to make way for each one's singularity. The second part of the work presents the fundamentals and articulations of two lines of work: medicine, read accordingly to the painting of Klimt called "Medicine", and the psychoanalytical, that places medicine in accordance with a Lacanian perspective.

Palavras-chave : psychoanalysis; hospital; clinic; ethics; impossible.

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