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RODRIGUES, Bianca Ferreira; MORGANTI, Juliana  y  SILVA, Ana Carolina Dias. Guilt in Current Brazilian Politics: What do Freud and Hannah Arendt Teach us?. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2020, vol.20, n.2, pp. 594-612. ISSN 1808-4281.

This work aims to reflect on possible approaches between psychoanalysis and politics from the theoretical considerations of Freud and Hannah Arendt and to understand how these ones help us to understand the current Brazilian political scenario. We choose, as reading key, the notion of guilt in Freud and the arendtian conception of politics as a space of difference and freedom. Thus, we developed a reflective course from Freudian postulates about social organization, which enabled us to establish a relationship between guilt and social bonds. Afterwards, we focused on the political conception in Arendt to advance in the understanding of the political space as a place of tension of forces between individual and plural, between the exercise of freedom and the attempt to suppress it. Finally, we thought about the place of guilt in the current Brazilian politics, considering the polarization and the rise of discourses of hate. In this way, we localized, in the interface between politics and psychoanalysis, the question of guilt as a fundamental element for the understanding of the formation of social bonds and for the advancement of the analysis of the movements of symbolic destitution of power in the current political scenario.

Palabras clave : psychoanalysis; politics; guilt; social bond.

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