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BARROSO, Adriane de Freitas. Lacan: between language and drive, a subject's psychoanalisis. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2015, vol.15, n.1, pp. 57-66. ISSN 2359-0769.

Lacan's role in psychoanalytic field is very close to the construction of the concept of the subject in this field, since it was not Freud who established their formal foundations. Along the Lacanian school, however, we can see that the author moves from a position centered in language issues toward the preponderance of the real instance, path that has effects on the notion of subject. Gradually, it becomes clear the impossibility of covering the unconscious with the symbolic field, which makes the author clearly recognize the predominant role of drive in the construction of what we call the subject in psychoanalysis.

Keywords : subject; language; drive; symbolic; real.

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