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VILANOVA, Andréa  and  VIEIRA, Marcus André. The subject of psychoanalysis is not disembodied. Arq. bras. psicol. [online]. 2014, vol.66, n.1, pp. 87-101. ISSN 1809-5267.

Lacan's teaching brings the idea that psychoanalysis is related to science in terms of an internal exclusion, in a kind of topologic form of belonging. The subject in discourse is the subject that emerges as an effect of the discourse of science that, with its effect of making nature literal, gives rise to the subject as a precluded element of its operation. Through the notion of "real," Lacan points to what remains necessarily uncovered by language, an indivisible remains that Lacan writes as the object petit a, support of the subject in the world that defines the psychoanalytic experience as a practice that transcends the limits of the logic of the signifier.

Keywords : Science; Subject; Object petit a; Body.

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