International Journal of Psychoanalysis and Education

The International Journal of Psychoanalysis and Education (IJPE) is a fully peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published twice a year.

We publish empirical research, theoretical contributions, and applied psychoanalysis to the human sciences.

Since the specific purpose of this journal is to foster Interdisciplinary thinking (focusing on socio-economic, political and cultural contexts, insights from developmental and educational psychology, pedagogy, social psychology, sociology and anthropology, are preferred.

In offering a space of dialogue and exchange between psychoanalysis and the other human sciences, we hope for a mutual enrichment and a harmonious final result.

The “paradigm of complexity” invites us to further our knowledge and research in a holistic way, dignifying every field which contributes to scientific research. From this, we hope that the published articles stimulate new ideas and insights, translatable in concrete interventions.

 


Vol 8, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Cover
 
1
Board
 
2-3
Alessandro Grecucci, Luca Recchia, Jon Fredericson
4-13
Claudia Gina Hassan
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14-23
Romano Madera
PDF
24-36
Maria Luisa De Luca, Giuliano Grossi, Graziana Zaccarello, Rosella Greco, Marco Tineri, Enea Slavic, Alfredo Altomonte, Antonio Palummieri
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37-52
Mariagrazia Proietto
53-64
Marco Innamorati, Renato Foschi
65-76
Filosofia del profondo, formazione continua, cura di sé. Apologia di una psicoanalisi misconosciuta.
Pietro Condemi
77-78
On Becoming an Education Professional. A Psychosocial Exploration of Developing an Education Professional Practice
Andrea Ignazio Daddi
79
Il leader etico
Paolo Coletti
80-81