Psicosocioanalisi della distruttività e della guerra. Può la ragion poetica realizzare la speranza?

Author/s Carla Weber, Ugo Morelli
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/38 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 61-71 File size 202 KB
DOI 10.3280/EDS2022-038006
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Psychosocial analysis of destructiveness and war. The decisive step forward made by Franco Fornari and Luigi Pagliarani in psychoanalytic research on war, hu-man destructiveness and conflict must be reconsidered in the light of the redefini-tion of the very meaning of being human that psychoanalysis has also made its own, carrying forward a profound paradigm shift. From a centering on the indi-vidual and the internal world, an individual who self-determines himself and is master of himself in the enlightenment or through analysis must become so, the affirmation of intersubjectivity and the bodily and emotional relevance show that we are subjected and subject to the same time, not entirely masters of ourselves, willing to adapt to anything, addicted to immanence, but also generative and po-etic. From a working through, then, is necessary to recognize the complexity of war and destructiveness. Relevance assumes the role of the institutions of daily life, from those of education, to those of care to those of work, and their ability or inability to contain and sustain relationships capable of effective and non-destructive elaboration of conflicts. It is the institutions that contain the possibil-ities of mutual cooperation and the deadly potential. If we deposit micro-destructiveness in them, we educate ourselves to obtain war. If we deposit micro-destructiveness in them, we educate ourselves to obtain war. It is a question of placing an instituting at the center that supports and favors the mutual elabora-tion of the conflict, containing the antagonism. Speaking of institutions at all levels, we are basically talking about democracy in its highest manifestations, a maternal symbol to be extended, a container in which our love objects can live.

Keywords: war, destructiveness, creativity, generativity, repository, institution, democracy, poetic reason.

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Carla Weber, Ugo Morelli, Psicosocioanalisi della distruttività e della guerra. Può la ragion poetica realizzare la speranza? in "EDUCAZIONE SENTIMENTALE" 38/2022, pp 61-71, DOI: 10.3280/EDS2022-038006