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This became a turning point in his career, since, from that time onwards, he used the term ‘social psychology’ for his own analytical approach to human affairs. His aim was ‘to democratize psychoanalysis’ (Zito Lema 1975, 1976) – hence the title of the largest collection of his writings and recorded classes: From Psychoanalysis to Social Psychology (Pichon-Rivière 1971a, 1971b, 1971c). We believe, however, that he was mistaken here. His work is really a breakthrough in psychoanalytic theory and practice.

This was unacceptable for a professional group that was struggling to find acceptance in a social environment that regarded it with antipathy and mistrust. His assertion that all scientific accomplishments stemmed from everyday knowledge, and that active life experience was essential for true understanding, defied the assumption that science was based only on a detached, rational evaluation of facts. Besides, he was certainly not very discreet about this, in declarations such as the following: Personally, I feel that my contacts with the Guaraní culture, my knowledge of brothels and of the night-life of Buenos Aires, as well as my studies about Lautréamont and Artaud, and my friendship with [the Argentine novelist] Roberto Arlt, for example, have been much more useful to me, in order to deal with [mental] illness, than my knowledge of Freud or of medicine.

The sequence strategy–tactics–technique goes from the more general to the more particular decisions. Therefore, tactics must always be subordinated to strategy, and technique to tactics. Pichon-Rivière et al. 111). The second element to be included is logistics. This is, for Pichon-Rivière, the last of the stages of operative planning. This is the comparative evaluation of the nature and magnitude of the problem to be tackled, and of the resources available for the agents of change. This is essential for our planning to include reality.

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