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Câmara, L.P. Herzog, R. Pinheiro, T. Verztman, J.S. Pacheco-Ferreira, F. Viana, D.A. (2017). AUTOTOMIE ET CLIVAGE: DE L'IMAGE AU CONCEPT,,. Canadian J. Psychoanal., 25(1):103-117.
  

(2017). Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, 25(1):103-117

AUTOTOMIE ET CLIVAGE: DE L'IMAGE AU CONCEPT,

Leonardo Cardoso Portela Câmara, Regina Herzog, Teresa Pinheiro, Julio Sergio Verztman, Fernanda Pacheco-Ferreira et Diane Almeida Viana

Ferenczi est tributaire d'une position épistémologique qu'il a baptisée d'«utraquisme». Le terme, qui a le sens de «l'un et l'autre», est utilisé par l'auteur pour exprimer l'importance d'établir un échange avec d'autres sciences afin de produire de nouveaux éléments théoriques. Dans cette présentation, nous soutenons l'hypothèse selon laquelle le concept zoologique d'autotomie a fourni des ressources picturales pour la construction du concept de clivage, dans le cadre des études sur le traumatisme.

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