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Revista Mal Estar e Subjetividade

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PISETTA, Maria Angélica Augusto de Mello. Angústia e subjetividade. Rev. Mal-Estar Subj. [online]. 2008, vol.8, n.1, pp. 73-88. ISSN 1518-6148.

In this paper we try to discuss some difficulties in the handle of anguish in psychoanalytical clinic from the various object conceptions of anguish problem by Freud and Lacan. The anguish clinic fact signalises not only some clinic evidence, but also a private function in the treatment conduction and the human condition as having a fault. Freud emphasizes the anguish importance in clinics when he reports to a signal in his book, Inhibitions, symptoms and anxiety (1926) and Lacan, more specifically, will develop, from this, the anguish function, which is to point out the possibility of desire suffocation. The radical otherness notion performs here a central localization, because the referred desire suffocation shows a loss of the limits of the subject and the Other. We intend to privilege in this paper the questions about the problematic of the subject constitution in the Other sphere limits, from the anguish. For such, we consider the Freudian perspectives of the phobic object and the anguish object. From this discussion, we emphasize the understanding of the anguish function with regard to the guarantee of the radical otherness of the subject.

Keywords : anguish; "a" object; subjectivity; Freud; Lacan.

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