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CABRERA, Araceli Colín. Eight clinical Freud's contributions of voice. Rev. Subj. [online]. 2015, vol.15, n.1, pp. 142-152. ISSN 2359-0769.

The goal of this text is to highlight the progress of an investigation on voice. This is exposing some of the clinical Freud's observations. As he did not theorize this notion, he oscillated between considering the voice sometimes as a phenomenon and in other occasions as a remainder, and therefore impossible to be represented. The voice will remain separated from the word. Freud's contributions were classified into eight sections. The importance of voice is emphasized because it resonates in the body; it is usually committed with the affections and detached from the word in the first time of the judgment. The voice will be essential for the formation of the drive.

Keywords : voice; judgment; split between voice and speech; drive; auditory hallucination.

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