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MELLO, Joana Panzera de Souza; KYRILLOS NETO, Fuad; CALAZANS, Roberto  and  ROSARIO, Angela Bucciano do. The relationship between aggression and crime in subjective and social constitutions. Rev. SPAGESP [online]. 2016, vol.17, n.2, pp. 53-66. ISSN 1677-2970.

This paper approaches the relation between crime, society and the subject, taking Freudians theoretical articulations as reference. The aim is to show how the psychoanalytical notion of Civilization's structure, through the Parricide's Myth and, analogously, the subjective constitution, through Oedipus Complex, reveal the crime as a briefly human and constitutive desire. It investigates how such constitutions are introduced in Freudian Theory, enlightening the bond between subject and society, which generates a discomfort as a requirement of the order of drives and instincts. With due consideration, the research concludes that although the violent act undo the existing social arrangement, the culture foundation requires the identification and recognition among brothers as possibility of establishing a social bond founder of culture.

Keywords : psychoanalysis; crime; subject; society; aggressiveness.

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