Utopia and clinical praxis in Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani di Carla Weber This paper is an analysis of some aspects related to the Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani’s reasearch and psychoanalytic work. The current psychoanalytic discussion highlights that Pagliarani’s work anticipated many questions about the current mental disorder’s rising and is an important motivating force for further research. He considered the knowledge as strictly related to its change in action and, on the other hand, he favoured the action as a place for meaning’s and significance’s exploration. He considered the episteme of the puer, the possibility of being of everybody, and he gave to psychoanalysis the role of creating and bringing up the puer of everybody. The aim of a psychoanalytic work is a sentimental training, which gives a beauty’s awareness, holding of the angst that a real life can cause. For him, psychoanalysis is substantially praxis’ ethic, that can develop in the aesthetic conflict’s overcoming. In the human possibilities’ research, Pagliarani considered psychoanalysis as without landing place, guided by the utopia, by the vision of a place that doesn’t exist, but that could raise in the dialogue with the other, in a reality’s good analysis. A place in which it is possible to find out different ways of a responsible life. The psychoanalysis for Pagliarani is relationship and the technique is related to the possibilities of changing conditions. He suggests in the psychotherapic work to create a psychic and real space, with a continuous interaction, on which it is possible to work with the patient in a psychoanalytic view. For this reason, he searched and emphasised the value of the hic and hunc, which can be found in the setting as an original place that can also be a rising place. Clinical praxis explores conditions to create a movement of the most possible individual expression, of a metempsychotic experience, in which a re-birth could be founded, as choice to being in the word in a responsible way. A co-evolutionary approach, gathered and done till the most sustainable condition, because in the analytic relationship it can be taken in the present and lived again in the analyst- patient couple to taking on a changing meaning. Key words: psychoanalysis, psychotherapic relationship, aesthetic conflict.