Une parole pour la vie. La parole parentale et son impact sur la constitution du sujet

by Lissy Canellopoulos

Doctoral thesis in Psychologie

Under the supervision of Janine Abécassis.

defended on 1988

in Strasbourg 1 .


  • Abstract

    Long before his birth the child is the object of his parent's talking, talking that confronts us with the non solved parent's problem, with his desire, his way to place himself in relation to the other's desire, to his sex, to the death, to his oedipian history. In his efforts to constitute itself us a subject, the child meets his parents inconscious throuh their word, that it lives its way from what this word represents for it. According to the place it lets to the child's desire, the parent's word allows or blocks the child's way to constitute itself as a talking, desiring and sexed subject.

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  • Abstract

    L'enfant est l'objet du discours de ses parents, bien avant sa naissance, discours qui nous confronte aux difficultes non resolues du parent a son desir, sa maniere de se situer face au desir de l'autre, dans le sexe, la mort, son histoire oedipienne dans ses efforts de se constituer comme sujet l'enfant rencontre l'inconscient des parents a travers leur parole qu'il vit de sa maniere a partir de ce que dans l'imaginaire elle represente pour lui. Selon la place qu'elle laisse au desir de l'enfant cette parole permet ou barre l'acces a la constitution de l'effort comme sujet parlant, desirant, sexue.

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  • Library : Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg.
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