2016
DOI: 10.1590/0103-656420150058
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O instinto de morte segundo Sabina Spielrein

Abstract: Sabina Spielrein's thought and life have attracted an increasing interest in the last decades, although her theoretical contribution has remained in the background in comparison with her biography. One of the most widespread ideas is that in Die Destruktion als Ursache des Werdens she anticipated the Freudian concept of death drive. However, the specific meaning of her hypothesis is seldom discussed and, in fact, there are fundamental differences between their views. The objective of this article is to discuss… Show more

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“…The interest in Spielrein, awaken by Carotenuto's publication was specially focused, at first, on her biography, so that her role as an innovative clinic and the creator of unprecedented concepts in the psychoanalytical field remained in the background, as commented by Cromberg (2012). Although the situation is being reverted in the last years with the publication of works focusing mainly on her theoretical production (Caropreso, 2016(Caropreso, , 2017a(Caropreso, , 2017bCooper-Whiter, 2015;Covington & Wharton, 2003;Cromberg, 2014;Harris, 2015;Noth, 2015;Santiago-Delefosse & Delefosse, 2002;Skea, 2006;Vidal, 2011), there are still only a few studies specifically dedicated to the analysis of her thoughts, which can allow for the understanding of the complex theory elaborated by Spielrein and to assess her importance for the history of psychoanalysis and psychology. This context justifies carrying out studies directed towards the analysis of her theoretical proposals.…”
Section: Articlementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The interest in Spielrein, awaken by Carotenuto's publication was specially focused, at first, on her biography, so that her role as an innovative clinic and the creator of unprecedented concepts in the psychoanalytical field remained in the background, as commented by Cromberg (2012). Although the situation is being reverted in the last years with the publication of works focusing mainly on her theoretical production (Caropreso, 2016(Caropreso, , 2017a(Caropreso, , 2017bCooper-Whiter, 2015;Covington & Wharton, 2003;Cromberg, 2014;Harris, 2015;Noth, 2015;Santiago-Delefosse & Delefosse, 2002;Skea, 2006;Vidal, 2011), there are still only a few studies specifically dedicated to the analysis of her thoughts, which can allow for the understanding of the complex theory elaborated by Spielrein and to assess her importance for the history of psychoanalysis and psychology. This context justifies carrying out studies directed towards the analysis of her theoretical proposals.…”
Section: Articlementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Questionando se possuímos impulsos poderosos independentes do princípio do prazer, e se as pulsões de autoconservação e de conservação da espécie são a origem do prazer e do desprazer, tanto para a vida psíquica quanto para o Eu (Caropreso, 2016;Cromberg, 2014), Spielrein (1912) defende que termo utilizado pela autora para se referir a pulsão sexual e a pulsão de conservação da espécie, e o termo Drang quando se refere ao impulso de destruição (Destruktionsdran) (Caropreso, 2016;Cromberg, 2014). a psique do Eu 7 , inclusive a inconsciente, é guiada por moções que se encontram ainda mais profundas e não se ocupam nem um pouco com nossas reações emocionais às demandas impostas por elas.…”
Section: Pulsão De Morte: Freud E Spielreinunclassified
“…Entre outras coisas, para ela, o instinto de morte seria interno ao instinto sexual e não um impulso independente e oposto aquele de preservação da vida. Além disso, de acordo com suas hipóteses, o instinto de morte não visaria à aniquilação da vida como um todo, mas a destruição do ego e tal destruição seria condição e traria necessariamente como consequência a criação de algo novo, diferentemente de Freud (Caropreso, 2016(Caropreso, , 2017. Embora Ferenczi mantenha o pressuposto freudiano de que a pulsão de morte é uma classe de pulsões independente da pulsão de vida, distanciando-se, nesse aspecto, de Spielrein, ele a vincula a um aspecto construtivo ao propor que a destruição é condição para o devir; que a destruição do ego é condição para a representação e o conhecimento do mundo.…”
Section: O Conhecimento Tem Como Condição a Ambivalência E A Autodestunclassified