Considerations for a return to the concept of desire in analytical clinic of psychosis
The article aims to discuss the relative absence of references to the concept of psychotic desire in the Lacanian community. This discussion is relevant because Lacan did not exclude desire and psychosis of his conception of analytic treatment. This research makes a review of the references to psychotic desire in Lacan’s work and its clinical application (Schreber case). The conclusion is that the problem is not a lack of desire, but rather its support. This article proposes differential forms of psychotic desire associated with subjective positions whose demarcation is important for the cure.