« On construit une théorie »

Claude Malo


Psychoanalysis studies the human being defined as a theorizing and self-theorizing being. Its metapsychology tries to understand the enacted penetration of the unconscious in these theorizing processes either in their defensive or their structuring dimensions. This paper describes how the genesis of psychoanalytic theories has been modelized from four of its elective objects: the individual in his ontogenesis, the patient in his pathogenesis, the group and the analytic cure in their development.

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