Silvia Tubert, a psychoanalyst and a writer, was a committed intellectual who questioned with an acute critical sense the psychoanalysis of her time. She is the author of several articles and books that deal with childhood, adolescence, assisted reproduction and female subjectivity. Its innovative thinking was constantly bringing together its psychoanalytic perspective with other related disciplines, such as philosophy, anthropology, literature and social discourse. In this article we gather, after her recent death, some of her most important contributions for the critical thinking of psychoanalysis.
adolescence, female subjectivity, the distress of culture, phalocentrism, assisted reproduction, critical thinking, psychoanalysis and language.
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