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Revista de Psicologia da UNESP

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LONDERO, Mário Francis Petry  e  PAULON, Simone Mainieri. The falling of the unconscious and the bureaucracy of the minimal subjectivity. Rev. Psicol. UNESP [online]. 2017, vol.16, n.2, pp. 12-25. ISSN 1984-9044.

This article analyzes the effects of the minimal subjectivity in the clinic and the challenges that it faces as it questions the capitalist context today. Through the genealogy, we go over the notion produced about madness over the centuries, untill it disgorges in the mental illnesses. The study works the notion of unreason, from Greeks, something wide, beyond the man, conceptualizes the madness of the Classical Age, internalized in the man from the psychiatry, and ends in the reading about the madness with the psychoanalytic unconscious that internalizes this unreasonable force in the subject. The article brings the concept of biopower with its mechanisms of docilization and regulation of life, and its production of minimal subjectivity. Physical and mental subjectivity with no singularities, in which the subject has nothing to say about itself, being only a result of brain chemical functions that are not functional, and shows up in the clinic with mental disorders.

Palavras-chave : Unreason; Madness; Biopower; Minimal Subjectivity; Clinic.

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