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CASTRO, Júlio Eduardo de. The repetitions and their destinations in psychoanalytic practice: : contributions from the teaching of Lacan. Psicol. rev. (Belo Horizonte) [online]. 2017, vol.23, n.3, pp. 811-821. ISSN 1677-1168.

Some specific contributions of Jacques Lacan to the theme of ‘repeat’ are addressed here from the known records of human subjectivity: the Real, the Symbolic and the Imaginary. Starting from the colloquial sense of the word repetition, assuming the freudian innovation and lacanian resumption of such concept for, then, we take some consequences of such an approach concerning the clinical practice of the psychoanalyst, I mean, the desire and the knowledge of the psychoanalyst. These two terms were sensitive to the phenomenon of repetition, which occurs in diverse dimensions: the significant, the narcissistic images, the irreducible core symptom, among others. So desire-knowledge of the psychoanalyst showed up as an essential ethical way to any psychoanalytic approach of repetition, mainly for to found in the ethics of the desire and in the psychoanalyst’s politics (lackto- being).

Keywords : Repetition; Real; Symbolic; Imaginary; Psychoanalysis in intension.

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