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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Hamlet, Oedipus Of The Modernity [hamlet, œdipe De La Modernité]|
|Abstract:||The debate surrounding the PACS and legal recognition of same-sex couples has triggered an apparent crisis in psychoanalysis. A few psychoanalysts have worked to stay abreast of cultural and social change, but the overwhelming majority have reacted instead by declaring themselves experts of other people's lives, and guardians of the sexual norm, to the point where they wish to dictate the law. The present work departs from a text by Jacques-Alain Miller, which though it argues for the need to bring psychoanalysis up to date, does not go far enough. Through an analysis of Marcel Jouhandeau's description of the mobility and instability of emotional and sexual arrangements, this essay offers an account of what a progressive discourse and politics, one that really takes into account individual freedom, could be.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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