"Eu sou professor": inconsciente, desejo e algumas questões sobre a formação

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


Based on the psychoanalytical approach, this bibliographical work discuss the subjective motivations leading to the different ways in which each teacher position regarding his or her own formation. Based on freudian and lacanian writings, we discuss some of the fundamental concepts of psychoanalysis as a theoretical framework. We emphasize the writings about the unconscious since its foundation. We discuss the origin of the subject by talking about the dynamic nature of the passage through the Oedipus complex, and the implication of the language in this process. One of the aspects about language that we highlight is how the word is essential to psychoanalysis, discussing specifically the concept of representation. Such concept for Freud isn't restricted to the reproduction of the external world. Considering what's been exposed, there's another concept committed to the causation of the subject: the desire. Taking together this study about the constitution of the subject and some currently established proposals about the teacher's formation in pedagogy, we also discuss some consequences of the concept of unconscious and the incidence of desire in the teacher's formation, since what's taught isn't always learned, and what's learned don't always form an subject.



CARMO, Danielsie Silva do. "Eu sou professor": inconsciente, desejo e algumas questões sobre a formação. 2014. 71 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2014.