A critical review of the crucial Freudian change in the general explanation of hysterics and neurosis that took place in 1897 would not let us assess in a definite way the epistemic import of Psychoanalysis. However some difficulties that appear in Freud’s works, related for instance to the no-contradiction principle, demand that we make an epistemic and a moral decision. But only if we wanted to maintain the critical attitude that modern science and philosophy have brought to us, a decision that would allow us to see Freudianism as a faith and as “a testimony of a man in our age”
Keywords Psicoanálisis  Goodness  Deseo  Truth  Bien  Desire  Verdad  Sugestión  Suggestion  Love  Psychoanalysis  Trauma  Amor
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