PULSIÓN DE MUERTE: NOSTALGIA POR LA ARMONÍA PERDIDA

The conflict between life and death, is expressed psychoanalytically by the relationship between Eros and Thanatos. The birth leads us to life, where "Trieb" is to ensure the satisfaction of our needs, which is a difficult task as they are limitless. From the Freudian perspective of 1920,...

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Autor Principal: Castro Meléndez, Gabriela
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/wimblu/article/view/1183
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/12467
Sumario: The conflict between life and death, is expressed psychoanalytically by the relationship between Eros and Thanatos. The birth leads us to life, where "Trieb" is to ensure the satisfaction of our needs, which is a difficult task as they are limitless. From the Freudian perspective of 1920, life is a source of pain, disorder, chaos, tension which the subject unconsciously look for release. Thus, the actions of the death drive directed all its efforts to eliminate something that increases your psychic tension, trying to minimize it (Nirvana´s state). So, like any other instinct, the death drive seeks complete satisfaction which is possible only through death, with zero tension, that state of peace that preceded the stimulation, ie , recovering a previous state of relief. To achieve this the death drive, present and manifest in the unconscious of the subject, will create an infinite number of ways of death. Thousands of ways in which the subject transition toward a fate, this being a clear sign of his unconscious longing for harmony enjoyed and then lost.