Dados é uma das principais e mais longevas publicações nas ciências sociais no Brasil. Criada em 1966, divulga trabalhos inéditos e inovadores, oriundos de pesquisa acadêmica, de autores brasileiros e estrangeiros. Editada pelo IESP-UERJ, é seu objetivo conciliar o rigor científico e a excelência acadêmica com ênfase no debate público a partir da análise de questões substantivas da sociedade e da política.
The article examines certain impasses that have recurred down through the history of the anthropology/psychoanalysis debate and relates these to the situation of hermeneutic competition in which both discourses find themselves within the sphere of Humanities. The text does not enter into the more general issues relevant to this sphere today-issues which may eventually modify the "old regime" of interlocution between these two disciplines - but it does suggest that it may be possible to better understand some of the traditional dilemmas if one adopts a viewpoint less objectivizing, unilateral, or "cannibalistic" than that usually adopted by interlocutors from both fields. As an illustrative exercise, the article proposes a re-interpretation of the famous controversy between Malinowski and Ernest Jones, which can be read as a "displacement" of the theoretical dispute then underway within the psychoanalytical field: Otto Rank versus orthodox Freudians, psychanalysis's "matricentrical" versus "patricentrical" lines, and one versus another way of generalizing universalizing psychic structure. The central goal of the present article is to foment this type of "meta dialogue" - apprehension of the obstacles and misunderstandings that have marked the debate between anthropology and psychoanalysis, informed by history and by the internal discussions within both fields.Totens e Tabus nas Relações Antropologia/Psicanálise, ou O Sentido de um Retorno a Malinowski