Teenagers, Bonds, and De-confinement*

by Julieta Lucero

Confinement has shown, contrary to initial expectations that it is not in vain to question ourselves about the fact that perhaps we can bear distance kindlier than closeness. What is striking about this matter is that, if we were thinking of the bond to be what intrinsically defines the human […]

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Psychoanalysis on the virtual edge*

by Julieta Lucero

“O, mathematicians, shed light on error such as this! The spirit has no voice, because where there is voice there is a body.” (Leonardo Da Vinci in Agamben, 2007, 14). In lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic we would like to develop some brief ideas about psychoanalytical remote treatment. Of course, […]

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Theory and Practice with Children: Psychoanalysis of the Future?*

by Julieta Lucero

Abstract: After many years of practicing with children, its purpose remains ambiguous. As psychoanalysts we are interested in re-thinking today about the elements and variables in play within the psychoanalytic setting. An introduction about the specific use of time as a valuable element trumps any other. Towards the end, we […]

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History, Yet To Come*

by Julieta Lucero

Abstract We approach history with a vision that allows us to point out not how the events occurred in the past, but what place an event occupies, from now on, for those who make that decision, the one of redirecting the sense of what happened and, not least, bear it. […]

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