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Or better, if he is, he is there, not somewhere else, narcissistically, where one would like to be, where one would like to constitute himself. Hence, given its dle, one does not speak of one’s own death. As if one would, for example, say to a patient and his family: After all, is it that obvious that the children would be protected from theirs grandmother’s death at home?

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April 06, ; Accepted: What he did have was a cancer in the kidney that spread and his pains were, actually, the effects of the tumor growing and compressing his organs. And the more she pitied herself, the more she hated her husband. The melancholic really believes he is immortal and goes through existence in great pain, in the anguish of immortality, by the curse to which he is condemned. His death is certain and, concomitantly, undetermined as when it will occur: What was possible to do, together, was to shake a little that certainty of hers.

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Schreber, whose book Memoirs of My Nervous Illness was the object of a famous essay by Freud, and the Melancholia is “a pungent parable of the end of the world that every human being will have to go through when living his princcipios death”. This thesis for the degree of Master of Psiauico, Philosophy,at Louisiana State University examines the complex role of ethics within Psychoanalytic theory, finding not a prescriptive ethics, but a reference to ethics in the cathartic methodology which underpinned Psychoanalytic thought from the very beginning.

There was light and now there is darkness. Concerning the transfer, he says: I don’t know what is happening to me, sometimes I say weird things In other words, dealing with the matter of the prognostic of the disease – his own or a family member’s – in the field of impossibility, places the subject in another position than doing it in the field of impotence.


This way, that from psjquico we have news is from the collective repercussion of death, in the death of others. In other words, man has always been finite. What Freud saw in the voices of Schreber. He didn’t leave her anymore; he stared at the blurred and cold eye in that slow and painful decomposition of life; drank, one at a time, the afflictions of the beautiful creature, now thin and transparent, devoured by the fever and mined by death.

Defense mechanisms exist and, with them, important moments in the process of subjective elaboration. Michel de Certeaus Metatheorie der Mystik. He tells the story of the disease and of the strong bond he had with the hospital team in which he was before being transferred to the palliative-care unit.

In short terms, our intention is to bring to light what Freud has seen in psychotics’ hallucinatory voices.

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Palliative care; desire; death; finitude; psychoanalysis. Letras Lacanianas, noviembre,pp. The presence and the bet on a place of speech, the addressing, the investigation with the patient can have the effect of a production of truth, with no need of an interpreter, when we bear to stay with what the patient says. Such a theory might indicate principiks function performed by hallucination on the psychotic structure, considering, in particular, that hallucinations are more morbid than deliria as symptoms.

The work’s true dimension seems to be precisely in making room for that truth. Y hablo del Otro en la psicosis de Schreber. It’s also a place to be, at that moment, with the family. He made the arrangements he deemed necessary and dived into the river – he acted.

A descoberta do mundo. How is then possible to work in a terminal patient’s infirmary where any healing treatment is no longer available?

It is through punctuation that a scansion appears and, in turn, marks time: Saying things this way is not appropriate in the context for we, that are here, must all die doesn’t mean the same for each one of those present there.


Is there something to say to him when he says “I want to be saved”? In an analysis, one discards the denial. It is with fear that we think of our own death.

It concludes that a place where the patient can be listened, may crystallize something from the subject’s speech and even write his own history, in what can be called a process of subjective construction, at this terminal point of the existence. We understand young and capable of life not so much as something concerning age psiquoco as subjective position, an active and desiring position.

What we can tell him is that the lives he saved, his story, that can’t be taken away from him. The final chapter articulates the processes of post-egoic ethics, revealing their role in the Psychoanalytic relationship, and provides a summary of the entire thesis in the last two pages. She tells us of how they met and how they fell in love. He is in a palliative care infirmary.

We are to put ourselves, in the transference, in a position where we don’t know the patient’s truth, but from where we can be with the patient, where, together, we can be surprised with what, emerging from that place, may come to be, taking his word and the truth that it carries very seriously.

It is here, then, that we raise a question: According to Freudp. Unbearable sentence from which not even through death can he escape. It’s the neurotic willingness to sleepin order to not confront the risks of desiring, that is, that which moves him.

When he recovered his senses, he saw that he was alone once more A clarity that reminds us of a passage from Clarice Lispectorp.