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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoLa pulsión y el tiempo: un análisis desde la obra de Sigmund Freud de la experiencia humana del tiempo(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2017) Escobar Ossa, Hennehnofer; Salcedo Serna, Marco AlexisThe present article studies a point of view on the vision of Freud of the phenomenon called chronological time in relation to the psychic life of the subject of the unconscious. Part of the presupposition that the Freudian reading about time is linked to the understanding he developed about the concept of drive and its modes of satisfaction. The discussion is framed from this line of argument: Before 1920 Sigmund Freud gives a maximum importance to the biological order, so he takes up a more spatialized view of time from physics, a view that sustains from the understanding he gives of the dynamics with which he operates The drive, subjected to moments of accumulation of tension and sudden discharges of intensity that will become the point of reference of a baby's nascent self to be subjected to a temporal logic. But after 1920, Freud introduces a past beyond the pleasure principle and with it, a new drive model with which the empire of the positivist paradigm in his theory undergoes a radical change that is necessary to be able to affirm that the drive and the temporal experience Are phenomena that are far from being determined by physical or sensual factors such as those still defended by modern cognitive neuroscience. Time will give Freud a psychic experience determined by the structuring factor of the psyche, the word, so his logic operates with an a posteriori that seems to give it a cyclical movement to what was previously perceived as only linear.