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Analytica: Revista de Psicanálise

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PARENTE, Alessandra Affortunati Martins  and  TAKIUTI, Fabiana Duarte. Causdequê?: : an intermediary space. Analytica [online]. 2018, vol.7, n.12, pp. 72-83. ISSN 2316-5197.

The paper aims to present the project Causdequê? which takes place in the Casa do Adolescente. We seek to define institutional spaces as intermediate spaces (Kaës, 2005) propitious to the circulation of linguistic forms that are of interest to psychoanalysis. To delimit the place of sensitive listening to certain linguistic forms required the effort to distinguish the discourse with which psychoanalysis deals - the unconscious - of three other linguistic models: that of poetry, that of criticism and that of philosophy. With the exception of psychoanalysis, such linguistic genres were circumscribed by Giorgio Agamben in some chapters of Estâncias (1977/2007). Unfolding them and, at the same time, following the clinical practice of the Causdequê? we were able to debug the place where the analyst is located in institutions: a place close to the quasi-empty spaces. There the analyst sharpens the listening for almost silent vibrations of language. In this region, it is very common for sexual and gender identities to assume a hybrid character, little in keeping with normative models. In this context, cases addressed in the project become particularly interesting. They demonstrate that, if lived freely, desires linked to characteristics generally attributed to the gender opposite to "natural" sex can remove oppressive identity armor. With this, ways of being a woman, being a man, being trans, being gay are shaped by the singularities assumed by each subject. To live the desire means, then, to invent and to experience stories and loving choices for which the subjects become responsible.

Keywords : Intermediary space; Hybrid sexuality; Giorgio Agamben; Institutional Psychoanalysis.

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