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Título: Exercícios de leitura psicanalítica acerca do ciúme amoroso: os modelos de Medéia e Otelo
Autor(es): Menezes, José Euclimar Xavier de
Costa, Lívia Alessandra Fialho da
Coutinho, Denise Maria Barreto
Palavras-chave: Ciúme
Medéia e Otelo
Medea and Othello
Data do documento: 31-Jul-2011
Editor: Universidade Católica do Salvador
Resumo: There aren't few people who, in their relationship, suffer from jealousy. Some, by the excess of the manifestations from this affection, others by the absence of any expression of it. In both cases, a common axis gives support to the speech: the representation of jealousy as a sign/display of love. However, while the romantic representation of jealousy as "sauce of love" retains its vitality through the ages, the absurdity of physical violence and/or psychological changes to growing public health problem. This study aims to investigate in light of the psychoanalytic perspective, taking advantage of the content of literary classics Medea and Othello, the multiform psychological mechanisms involved in amorous jealousy in dyadic relationship, exclusive from heteroafetive nature, aiming to understand the complexity with greater coverage surrounding the issue. The freudian psychoanalysis considers the jealousy a complex affective constituent of the human psychic organization. It states that the dynamics jealous constitutes itself in the early structuring of the child's emotional life, in the intertwining of narcissism and the Oedipus complex. A failure of narcissistic organization, resulting in compromised representation of themselves, together with the oedipal position of rivalry unsurpassed, facilitate the repetition of jealousy lifelong. From this perspective, the amorous jealousy is perceived as a 'phenomenon' which sources remount mainly in the field of intrasubjectivity, a reminiscent of loves, pain and conflict of primeval relations experienced in 'sacred time' of the psychic organization of the subject. Moreover, although this research does not contemplate the investigation of romantic jealousy with specific focus on gender category, the study of Tragedies above points to a jealousy of affective nature in woman and sexual in man.
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