L'inconscient freudien entre science et fiction

Isabelle Alfandary


This article seeks to examine the circumstances and motivations of Freud’s departure from neurology – and more generally speaking from medicine – as well as from psychology in order to found a separate and independent science : psychoanalysis. This science however happens to be built on an epistemological anomaly : the hypothesis of the unconscious. The underlying strategy and the implications resulting from this decision are inseparable from Freud’s scientific claims for psychoanalysis.


inconscient, physiologie, neurologie, hypothèse

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