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What young people today experience as a blocked horizon can lead to resignation, and can even push the most fragile to the extremist fringes of society. Helping young people to escape this impasse requires theoretical and clinical thinking adapted to the problems of our times. We make the case for psychoanalysis, which from its origins has been in solidarity with the young, against its devaluation by capitalist discourse. Today, psychoanalysis must work on remobilizing the object of desire, the talents, and the inventive will of the young people who have always been its allies.


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Young People: The Future Adrift? A Challenge for Psychoanalysis

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A Psychoanalyst on Autism

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The Psychoanalysis of Work: Alienation and Jouissance

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Clinical

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Review

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