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SVARTMAN, Betty. Transubjectivity. Present society: the importance of nets of support. Rev. SPAGESP [online]. 2003, vol.4, n.4, pp. 29-36. ISSN 1677-2970.

In this paper, the main proposal of the author is to emphasize the responsibility of the psychoanalyst that works within connective frameworks in identifying the lack of links that offer “holding” in several kinds of institutions. The author begins referring  the mother-baby relationship, but  she drives attention to the function of holding of other bonds, like the bond of the parents, the relationship of the parents with the extended family, (intersubjectivity), the belonging of a specific family to a specific community, etc (transubjectivity). The Family, the school and the enterprises are stated as organizations where the psychoanalytic comprehension is indispensable, as they are a space of permanent construction of the human subjectivity.

Keywords : Link; Intersubjectivity; Transubjectivity; Support (etayage); Net of support.

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