[Autom. eng. transl.] The work proposes to gather and elaborate the questions around the "Freudian construction of the psychoanalytic concept of object", demonstrating at the same time that in Freud there is a consciousness of assuming without a vacillation a philosophical problem, known as such, and there is an attempt to overcome it , with one more word precisely on the scientific side of psychoanalysis. In particular, the author proposes to reformulate the questions in this way: 1) Does the object exist? The child-adult opposition and the construction of the infant object; 2) Is there connection, overlapping, misunderstanding, or breaking through of the classical subject-object problem of knowledge? 3) How to play the object in repetition? Is there an object without repetition? 4) The object: is it constructed as a theory of knowledge, and the neurosis as "proof" of its existence? The work is therefore an attempt to answer these questions through the teaching of Freud and Lacan.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Existence of the object, childhood, theory|
|Title of host publication||«Aut aut», n. 219|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1987|