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Anthony Brault: at the limits of what can be heard: sound violence of the pubertary

The author, inspired by the work of D. Anzieu, will attempt to show that the sound envelope of the Self is punctured by the eruption of the genital sexual, which entails a de-structuring movement of the limits of the Self and its functions: containment, which provides the basis for the feeling of the continuity of the Self (limit between inside and outside), and the individuation of the Self (limits between Self and other). This movement, called pubertary sound violence, is illustrated by the myth of the Greek god Pan.

Adolescence, 2020, 38, 1, 69-88.