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Kruel, S.S. Correa, O.B. Chaves, M.E. Oliveira, B.L. Farias, M.C. Pacheco, S.A. (2005). Summum Jus, Summa Injuria. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 14(3/4):148-152.

(2005). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 14(3/4):148-152

Summum Jus, Summa Injuria

Sandra Seara Kruel, Osmar Brina Correa, Messias Eustaquio Chaves, Bernardo Lucio Oliveira, Miriam Caiafa Farias and Servulo Augusto Pacheco

Translated by:
Randall Johnson

Considering forensic psychotherapy, what are the chances of a psychoanalytical treatment of a subject with a perverse clinical structure reaching a positive outcome? The deconstruction of fantasy as a moral experience considering drive satisfaction and desire fulfillment would have to be possible for that to happen.

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