Freud tra volontà normalizzatrice e discorso di sragione

Author/s Antonio Tricomi
Publishing Year 2003 Issue 2003/17 Language Italian
Pages 15 P. File size 67 KB
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Two different Freud seem to cohabit in Foucault’s works. On the one hand, the rationalist Freud, deaf to the discourse of folly, authority which the disciplinary power can refer to in order to legitimate its own proceedings of normalization and who has been elected by Foucault to his own main polemic target. On the other end, the Freud willing to elaborate his own «pensé du dehors», the so-called «Jenseits des Lustprinzips», who can be found only in the folds of Foucault’s writings of the Sixties, and who comes out always through the reading of authors such as Bataille and Lacan, who are very important for the thought of the early Foucault.

Antonio Tricomi, Freud tra volontà normalizzatrice e discorso di sragione in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 17/2003, pp , DOI: