Purezza etnica, alterità e angoscia: il modello del razzismo interno

Titolo Rivista: PSICOANALISI
Autori/Curatori: M. Fakhry Davids
Anno di pubblicazione: 2020 Fascicolo: 1 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 24 P. 63-86 Dimensione file: 251 KB
DOI: 10.3280/PSI2020-001005
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L’aumento del numero di rifugiati dal Medio Oriente e dall’Africa e la crescente minaccia della violenza estremista, hanno alimentato l’ascesa del sentimento razzista, incarnato dai grup-pi politici di destra, in tutta Europa. Questo articolo suggerisce che la loro presa sulla mente derivi da una struttura interna mentale razzista universale, descritta qui in dettaglio. Quando un tale sistema si attiva nella stanza d’analisi, ne può derivare una paralisi del funzionamento men-tale dell’analista, e l’articolo sostiene che lavorare su questo, rappresenta una strada da percor-rere per gli psicoanalisti, come parte della loro autoanalisi continua.

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M. Fakhry Davids, Purezza etnica, alterità e angoscia: il modello del razzismo interno in "PSICOANALISI" 1/2020, pp 63-86, DOI: 10.3280/PSI2020-001005