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Chervet, E. (2020). «“Agir” et processus psychanalytique: l'acting out dans sa relation avec la cure et dans ses aspects cliniques», de Julien Rouart. Rev. fr. psychanal., 84(5):1295-1310.

(2020). Revue française de psychanalyse, 84(5):1295-1310

«“Agir” et processus psychanalytique: l'acting out dans sa relation avec la cure et dans ses aspects cliniques», de Julien Rouart

(“‘Agir’ and Psychoanalytic Process: Acting Out in its Relation With Analysis and in its Clinical Aspects” by Julien Rouart - Extracts Selected and Introduced by Emmanuelle Chervet: Rouart: A Turning-Point in the Theories of Acting Out)

Emmanuelle Chervet

The report by Julien Rouart reflects a moment of psychoanalytic thinking in France, comparing the Freudian conception of analysis and the Anglo-Saxon post-Freudian contributions, before considering the appearance of the contemporary developments inspired by Winnicott and Bion concerning non-neurotic clinical situations. He points out, however, in “Remembering, repeating and working-through” the role of unrepressed traces in acting out and suggests that he is unsatisfied with the genetic theorization of behavioural acting out.

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