Freud, Lacan and Erotic Desire in Education
AbstractThis article provides an analysis of Freudian and Lacanian notions of transference and relates the unconscious displacement of emotion to student-teacher relationships. It considers learning as a highly emotional experience and imagines chaotic and unruly desires as encouraging risky and pleasurable learning in feminist classrooms. Résumé Cet article fait une analyse des lignes de pensées de transfert freudien et lacanien et rattache le déplacement inconscient d'émotions dans les relations entre l' étudiant ou l'étudiante avec son enseignant ou son enseignante. Il considère l'apprentissage comme étant une expérience très émotionnelle et imagine que les désirs chaotiques et indisciplinés encouragent l'apprentissage risqué et plaisant dans les classes féministes.
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