Archives par mot-clé : Formlessness

Jacques Vargioni: dirt, the unformed and the ideal. anality in adolescent obesity

This article shows the importance of anality in the appearance, disappearance and transformations of obesity in adolescence. For Danielle, a fantasy of fecalization of the Body-ego seriously mars adolescent narcissism and Ego ideal, and prevents anality from being properly integrated into the feminine Ego. For Camille, it is the opposite: a minimal fantasy sphincterization of the Ego enables a well-tempered way out of obesity and melancholy formlessness.

Adolescence, 2014, 32, 2, 401-413.

Sylvie le Poulichet : Ways of Becoming a Subject

This article attempts to shed new light on the notion of subjectivation, privileging the perspective of becoming-subject within specular transference systems. Two clinical sequences, showing these becoming-subjects first in dream figuration, and then in the passage through the negative, enable us to understand the peculiarities of identifying times.