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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.47.2014.tde-27052014-161424
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Author
Full name
Lucas Charafeddine Bulamah
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Kupermann, Daniel (President)
Cunha, Eduardo Leal
Perelson, Simone
Title in Portuguese
História de uma regra não escrita: a proscrição da homossexualidade masculina no movimento psicanalítico
Keywords in Portuguese
Formação Psicanalítica
História da Psicanálise
Homofobia
Homossexualidade
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho tem como objetivo investigar a existência e atuação de uma regra não escrita de proscrição de candidatos homossexuais masculinos à formação psicanalítica oferecida pelas sociedades filiadas à Associação Psicanalítica Internacional (IPA) nos países em que está presente. Realizou-se uma pesquisa histórica através de códigos de procedimento, artigos, revistas e depoimentos que sinalizassem para uma injunção à rejeição destes candidatos e expusessem as justificativas que a fundamentam. Descobriu-se a existência de uma prática histórica de proscrição baseada num discurso psicanalítico sobre a homossexualidade masculina que desde Freud até os psicanalistas contemporâneos mostrou-se progressivamente patologizante. Por fim, o modelo de institucionalização da psicanálise e padronização da formação psicanalítica foi investigado, mostrando-se determinante tanto aos expedientes discursivos sobre a homossexualidade quanto à exclusão de homossexuais da possibilidade de formarem-se psicanalistas
Title in English
History of an unwritten rule: the proscription of male homosexuality in the psychoanalytic movement
Keywords in English
History of Psychoanalysis
Homophobia
Homosexuality
Psychoanalytic Training
Abstract in English
This work aims to investigate the existence and practice of a non-written rule of proscription of male homosexual candidates to the psychoanalytic training offered by societies affiliated to the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) in the countries it is present. A historical research was performed through procedural codes, articles, journals and testimonies that signalized to an injunction to reject these candidates and which also exposed the reasons behind it. The existence of a historical practice of proscription was discovered, based on a psychoanalytic discourse about male homosexuality that since Freud until the contemporary psychoanalysts became progressively pathologizing. Finally, the model of the institutionalization was investigated, being regarded as determining both the pathologizing discourses about male homosexuality and the exclusion of homosexuals from psychoanalytic training
 
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2014-06-09
 
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