Actualizado en  junio de 2017   

Volume 4 / Issue 1
June 2008
The Filiation
ISSN 1553-5053


Abstract

This paper is an inquiry, from the ethical viewpoint, into the appropriation of children during the military dictatorship – a historical situation. More specifically it is the response requested of professionals when the situation enters the clinical terrain. Where does an appropriator who claims to be considered a ‘father’, stand? In order to define the features/characteristics of this claim it is necessary to examine the notion of paternal function.
The position of the person who acts as the father depends on:
1. his discourse
2. his position in that discourse
On reviewing these conditions, the position of the appropriator is a highly compromising one, as it becomes fraudulent manipulation of truth. This manipulation is alien to the Law and alien to the subjectivism/subjectivity the Law produces.
The conceptual difference between appropriator and father is substantially distant – as distant as the difference between farce and fiction

Key words: paternity, missing children, farce, fiction

[pp 5-10]

Farce and fiction. Usurpation and paternity in the subjective constitution

Carlos Gutiérrez
Haydée Montesano



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[pp 5-10]
Farce and fiction. Usurpation and paternity in the subjective constitution
Carlos Gutiérrez 
Haydée Montesano 

[pp 11-25]
A father is robbed
Oscar D’Amore 

[pp 26-36]
Montecristo: from the revenge to the responsibility of to (pro)create
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 

   

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