Aristote et les concepts psychanalytiques de « l’effet après coup » et de la répétition

Abstract : Freud was influenced by Aristotle’s theory and Lacan even more. In this paper the psychoanalytic concepts of deferred action, repetition and certain others are examined in their relation with Aristotle’s theory on causality. The recent advances of neurosciences concerning the memory are in favour of a non-linear causality that psychoanalytic theory supports from an other point of view. Aristotle had been already placing emphasis on this type of causality through his concepts of spontaneity and chance. In this way psychoanalysis and Aristotle are in the centre of modern science.
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Georgios (yorgos) Dimitriadis. Aristote et les concepts psychanalytiques de « l’effet après coup » et de la répétition . Recherches en psychanalyse, Université Paris 7- Denis Diderot, 2010, 1/2010, 1 (9), 10.3917/rep.009.0032. ⟨10.3917/rep.009.0032⟩. ⟨hal-01431731⟩

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