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BRUNHARI, Marcos Vinicius  and  DARRIBA, Vinicius Anciães. The object of segregation and the concentration camp. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2018, vol.18, n.3, pp.966-983. ISSN 1808-4281.

The isolation of a pure subject is the foundation of the scientific knowledge, according to Lacan (1967/unpublished). From this pure subject is veiled the structure that contains the relation to the object a and the implication of this, that Lacan preaches to a universalization of the subject, has resonances on the speaking being, also, on the social order. The price of civilizational advances translates, to beyond malaise, in the effects of segregation. These effects allow to question the status assumed by the object a in this process, which has as counterpart the expansion of segregation processes linked to the future of common markets. In the veiling of the division of the subject, we will try to locate an encounter forged through the object produced by the technicization of science, under the injunction of the Discourse of Capitalism. Since then, we will advance to maintain that the matrix for such a process could be established historically in the concentration camps. This path allows us to question the implication of object a in the notion of segregation effect.

Keywords : psychoanalytic theory; Lacan, J.; segregation; concentration camp.

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