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RODRIGUES, Rogério. Education and psychoanalysis: educative practice and the production of subjectivity. Mental [online]. 2009, vol.7, n.12, pp. 53-75. ISSN 1679-4427.

We can find in the educational field the hegemonic predominance of the thesis that all relation between education and learning must materialize into actions of effective exchange of experiences between individuals, also resulting in changes of certain types of behavior of the individual being educated. This idea is supported by the hypothesis that the educated citizen is one that develops observable practices that can be evaluated in function of the expectations of the educator. This article is focused on the belief that we educate to reproduce ourselves, that is, we educate others based on our own image and similarity. However, the other can be constituted by difference. The educational process therefore, can result in practices that reproduce subjectivity by constructing “I” in the other or in producing a new “I.”

Keywords : Education; Education psychology; Psychoanalysis and education; Education basis.

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