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Kristeva, J. (2020). « Antinomies du concept de perversion et épigenèse de l'appétit d'excitation : notre duplicité d'être inachevé », de Ilse Barande et Robert Barande. Rev. fr. psychanal., 84(5):1423-1438.

(2020). Revue française de psychanalyse, 84(5):1423-1438

« Antinomies du concept de perversion et épigenèse de l'appétit d'excitation : notre duplicité d'être inachevé », de Ilse Barande et Robert Barande

(“Antinomies of the Concept of Perversion and Epigenesis of the Appetite for Excitation: Our Duplicity in Being Incomplete” by Ilse Barande and Robert Barande - Extracts Selected and Commented on by Julia Kristeva: Not Only There is no Perversion But we are all Perverts or on Mother-Version)

Julia Kristeva

This report with two voices, from which extracts of presentations have been selected, sets out to deconstruct the paradoxes and the ambiguities of the notion of perversion. By arguing that perversion is co-existential with the human condition, the reporters develop their conception of “neoteny” and of the “appetite for excitation”, which leads them to reveal under perversion, a mother-version. This research invites psychoanalysis to better understand the anthropological acceleration that is underway.

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