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Alcibíades y el agalma: momento platónico de Jacques Lacan

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Keywords
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Philosophie
  • Psychologie
  • Jacques Lacan
  • Platón
  • Alcibíades
  • Sócrates
  • Amor De Transferencia
  • Atopia E Ironía Socráticas
  • Erôs
  • Erógenos
  • Erastès
  • Paiderastía
  • Agalma
  • Jacques Lacan
  • Plato
  • Alcibíades
  • Sócrates
  • Transfert Love
  • Socratic Irony And Atopia
  • Erôs
  • Erógenos
  • Erastès
  • Paiderastía
  • Agalma
  • Philosophy
  • Theology
  • Philosophie
  • Theologie

Abstract

Alcibiade praises Socrates at Plato's Symposium, and declares publicly his mad passion for him. Jacques Lacan studied hard and deep the Dialogue and made explicit that his was the most ancient and long description of a prsychoanalytical transfert - he worked over paiderastía erotics (erastés-erómenos), and enlight agalma's concept, as a previous idea of his objet. Phillippe Julien (1985), and more recently Danielle Arnoux, use and explain some valuable aspects from that former Lacanian conception.

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