This dissertation is the result of an investigation about the specificities of the objects in autism s clinic. For being very frequent in autism s clinic the so called stereotypies and
the fixation on personal objects, some psychoanalysts have theorized about the complexity of autistic objects in the clinic. These theories are being revisited by some contemporary psychoanalysts who oppose to the idea reached by Frances Tustin, that the autistic objects are harmful. The new hypotheses claim that autistic fixation on objects is not merely baseless stereotypies, it s a repetition related to the jouissance, on a constant attempt to stop its excess. To make a barrier is to build limits and boundaries. The use of objects is an invention of autistic to curb the jouissance, enabling an
addressing to the Other, and mobilizing his encapsulated position in himself. We believe that this positioning brings a change of paradigm, because it takes the autistic out of the place of deficit to responsible for making possibilities, of subjecting . Therefore we have made an important reflection about the political and clinical context of autism in the XXI century. We articulate Lacan s premise that all human formation has, by essence, and not by chance, to curb the jouissance, to the new hypotheses that the use of objects is an invention of the autistic that aims the ordering of the excess of jouissance. We bet that this positioning implicates on an ethical clinical posture towards the life of these people who, with a lot of difficulty, try to address the Other. Besides the theoretical studies, we have made a research on an Infant-Juvenile Psychosocial Care Center (CAPSi) of Recife city, with the general objective of understanding the
specificity of objects in politics, theory and clinical autism. Specifically: Understanding the role of autistic objects in psychoanalytic theory; analyze the discourse prevailing
policies autism treatment; Perform a search field with the function of illustrating the uses of objects in an autistic capsi. Concerning Methodology, the analyzed data arise from the reports of children with the diagnosis from ICD F84 to F84.9 (Other Neurotic Disorders) on ICD 10, (International Classification of Diseases), aiming to identify the
existence of these objects in the professionals clinical experience. These data have been analyzed under Freud-Lacanian theory, highlighting the significant. The choice of the
center to make the research was not random or purposeless. We believe that the CAPSi, for being a new and intensively defying service, is a place of valuable clinic experiences, which demands from the professionals to reinvent their daily practice. In the three analyzed cases, we can comply with the purposed objectives, and understand the specificity of autistic object for each. We realize that, in the analyzed cases, the
clinical management and knowledge that professionals take place on autism clinic, consist on an empty jouissance place, secretarying the subject in his inventions.