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Revista Mal Estar e Subjetividade

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ALMEIDA, Rita de Cássia de Araújo. O discurso do analista e a invenção de uma escola em movimento. Rev. Mal-Estar Subj. [online]. 2010, vol.10, n.3, pp.887-911. ISSN 1518-6148.

The psychoanalysis has been continually called to respond on the uneasiness of education, uneasiness about which all forms of social relations and of which the school can not escape completely. Freud said that will educate, govern and analyze occupations are impossible. Lacan is using this statement of Freud to build his theory theory of speeches. The master's speech, the histeria's speech, the universitary's speech and the analyst's speech are the four proposed radical speeches by Lacan, in all our forms of links with others and, therefore, all attending the school. For Lacan, the speeches are presented in a dynamic, in motion, and the analyst's speech is always in transition from one speech to another. Therefore, this article argues that the presence of the analyst's speech at the school as an institution produces an interesting effect on its institutional dynamics, because it prevents it from setting in one or another discursive pattern, preventing its crystallization. We value the presence and the analyst's speech to produce a school where the movement happens in a more discursive fluid, a school where the discomfort does not need to be eliminated, but transformed into movement and energy to the educational process. A school on the move - school crossed the analyst's speech speech - is a school that does not want to have answers ready for the final and malaise of education, moreover, is able to do them: movement, life and creation.

Keywords : Psychoanalysis and education; Uneasiness of education; Lacanian theory of the four speeches; The school and its speeches; A school in movement.

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