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MACHADO, Isloany Dias  e  RAVANELLO, Tiago. The anxiety concept and its relations with the language. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2014, vol.14, n.2, pp.329-342. ISSN 2359-0769.

This work aims to propose the hypothesis that the anxiety concept, as well as other concepts of psychic economy, can be approached according to the lacanian axiom of unconscious structured as a language. With this purpose, we traverse the two Freudian theories of anxiety, the first as affect turned from repression, and the second, belonging to the second topic model, the anxiety as a distress signal pointing to repression, or as its cause. Then, we highlight possible forthcomings and withdraws between the anxiety concept and descriptions of anguish disorder present in the DSM-IV-TR and CID-10, in order to point to a remnant of the use of Freudian terminology in those disorders manual, despite their universalizing and strictly descriptive proposal, without the use of direct theoretical references. Our goal during this dialogue, indicates that there are more differences than similarities between Freudian's remarks and such nosography model, since this one separates phenomenon and subject, without regard to causalities and the possibility of subjective production. Unlike this effacement of the subject marks proposed by the manuals, we have the Lacanian conjectures about anxiety concept, especially from the Seminary 10 as affect that does not deceive and as constitutive of subjective structure. Within this perspective, we highlight some aspects of the approach of trouble in psychoanalytic clinical practice, based on the object a concept and from the analyst discourse as a north to the role of the psychoanalyst.

Palavras-chave : psychoanalysis; anxiety; language; affect; clinic.

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