Detective practices have many common features with psychoanalytical techniques. To achieve success, a knowledgeable investigator will always try and re-enact the events to understand the unconscious of a criminal. A popular strategy of detective practices that may be entitled think as a criminal can serve an example in this case. It implies understanding inner motives and drivers forcing a person to commit crimes. Methodological basic provisions of psychoanalysis combined with the methodological advances in the modern communicative philosophy and symbolic interactionism enable us to re-enact the model of what was done by the person to turn him or her into a criminal. The postmodernist interdisciplinary approach determines the relevance of studying broadly detective practices and, in particular, their relation to psychoanalytical ones. The aim of the work is to consider the deployment of detective practices in communication and their correlation with psychoanalysis.

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