Affectio Societatis


Affectio Societatis

Publisher: Departamento de Psicoanálisis de la Universidad de Antioquia

Affectio Societatis is a space for dissemination of both academic activities of the Departamento de Psicoanálisis, and psychoanalysis in general and is aimed at teachers, researchers, students and professionals interested in the field of psychoanalysis.

The magazine's editorial policy is the dissemination of scholarly articles on issues concerning the theoretical and clinical field of psychoanalysis itself, and dialogue with other disciplines that contribute to the ongoing and necessary transformation of it, thanks to interactions between the practice and the problems of each era.

The articles are classified into the following categories: research papers, those who have completed research results of an analytical, interpretive or critical, based on original sources, short articles, short papers presenting original preliminary or partial results of research in the field of psychoanalysis, articles of reflection, those not derived from research, that is, type test.

There is also a section devoted to the presentation of some (old) article (s) for the progress of ongoing investigations of current Masters students in Psychoanalytic Research, offered by the Department, a section devoted to the publication of classic texts of psychoanalysis, and another, which can be reviews of the most recent publications in the Psychoanalysis Library.

Articles are accepted in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.

ISSN: 0123-8884

Manuscript submission via online system.

Affectio Societatis
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Phone: 2195770
Fax: 2195770

Affectio Societatis is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet.

Abstracts available online in Spanish, English and French. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Vol 7, No 12 junio de 2010

Date: 12 October 2010

Open Access: 
Original posting date: 
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
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