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SILVA, Jailson Salvador da  and  CASTRO, Júlio Eduardo de. The feminine joy and the nomination of god in psychoanalysisof lacanian orientation. Mental [online]. 2021, vol.13, n.23, pp. 25-37. ISSN 1679-4427.

The article arises from a research, psychoanalytic bias, which investigates the question formulated by Lacan, when discussing feminine enjoyment and the nomination of God in The Seminar XX. The Freudian God, being deposed by psychoanalysis, as the universal neurosis of humanity, is granted as an Object in the Lacanian clinic. There is an important distinction in the epistemological context of Freud and Lacan that configures his elaborations of the religious statements. In two parts, the author makes a first reading of what he calls contingency God and religion in Freud's essays, to situate his way of dealing with the emergence of the Father-God in the clinic. And, in a second moment, Lacan's innovation is bordered on in his last teaching, perceiving the face God as a saying that covers the real of an Other enjoyment.

Keywords : God; Nomination; Freud; female enjoyment; Lacan.

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