Modelli di campo e teoria psicoanalitica

Author/s Goriano Rugi
Publishing Year 1 Issue 2000/1 Language Italian
Pages 21 P. File size 1112 KB
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Modelli di campo e teoria psicoanalitica ABSTRACT: After having underlined similarities and differences towards the originai concept of psychological field expressed by Lewin, the author examines the present psychoanalytic descriptions of the field model, which seems to differ deeply in their psychoanalytic theories of reference despite the existence of a number of epistemological roots shared with the first mode!. Then, the author tries to set a difference between the field mode! referring to the theories of intersubjectivity and the one emerging from the theory of transformations and of group development, elaborated by Bion. The present evolution of the field mode!, proposed by Corrao, Gaburri and Riolo, up to the narratologic conception offered by Ferro, are then examined. This last mode! is studied as regards the invariants whieh distinguishes it from the originaI psysical mode! of the quantum theory of the fie!d. Finally, the limitations of a global conception of fie!d, coincident with its narrative transformations, are discussed

Goriano Rugi, Modelli di campo e teoria psicoanalitica in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 1/2000, pp , DOI: