Intuição para Bergson e Deleuze: Atravessamentos por devires da pesquisa em psicologia
Alternative titleIntuition for Bergson and Deleuze: Let up for cross becomings in research in psychology
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This article is a literature review, seeking a conversation between Henri Bergson and Gilles Deleuze, to problematize the intuition of research in Psychology and the becoming child. Opening this conversation brings relevant clues that allow you to move paths and move territories to make think beyond the die, suspending previous judgments. Thus, it is possible to invent concepts and make a scattered attention through the practice of research in Psychology, leaving the essences, linear and causal logics. Becoming a child is to act as a force in the data cast, at random, in which the virtual actualizes itself without repeating and imitating forms. Becoming a child makes it possible to move from resemblance and recognition to daring to create other Psychologies.