Psychoanalysis: apolitical <> politically (in) -correct?


We are questioning the relationship between political discourse and psychoanalytic discourse, questioning the idea of a neutral psychoanalysis, apolitical —exemplified with an investigation— which leads to ask whether a psychoanalyst and his doing can be left out of what happens beyond their consultation. And whether it can be politically correct — adapting—, or maintain its subversive origin —in that sense politically incorrect—, specially nowadays in the predominance of neoliberalism and its attack to the subject and subjectivity.

Psychoanalytic discourse, political discourse, apolitical, subject, subjectivity, social bond, neoliberalism, cruelty.

Teresa Morandi
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