The postmodern sexuality. Changes in psychoanalytic theory and clinic

Human sexuality varies from one culture to another depending on the socio-historical context in which it develops. From sexuality of primitive man, linked to the cycle of fertilization, as in other animals, to western human sexuality, increasingly detached from reproduction, there is a giant leap. The difference between the sexuality of the first part of the twentieth century, when Freud theorized about it, and the one we see in this first decade of the 21st century is not so big, but there is an evolution due to technological, social and cultural changes. In my work I try to develop how these changes become apparent in the theory and in the clinic.

Keywords:
sexuality, individuation, genital, love, couple, difference of the sexes

Anna Segura
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