Il "gruppo di contiguità". Ipotesi sul processo di costruzione del pensiero in uno spazio/tempo instabile

Author/s Annamaria Rigoni
Publishing Year 2010 Issue 2010/13
Language Italian Pages 12 P. 87-98 File size 439 KB
DOI 10.3280/EDS2010-013007
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Contiguity Group: Hypotheses on thinking building process in an unstable spacetime. The research on psycho-socio-analytical learning is a chance to reflect on an important question: which learning is possible in a society characterized by a time and a space vague and instable, a society where we lose the boundaries between what happens and what is represented? The hypothesis in this paper is that to learn is necessary to have a relationship in a timespace stable and good enough, a situation that remember the former relationship of learning according to Bion, marked by the mother’s capability of rêverie towards her son, that helps him to transform his sensorial and emotional experiences and to think to them. A "contiguity group", characterized by proximity, personal acquaintance between members, welcome, continuity, could be today the place in which a capability of rêverie can grow, a place in which it is possible to think thoughts, to digest them, to keep them inside, to transform them in energy for the mind, instead of swallowing and expelling words and goods continuously, as often occurs in the contemporary world.

Keywords: Learning, Psycho-socio-analysis, rêverie, group therapeutical function, ambiguity, Bion

Annamaria Rigoni, Il "gruppo di contiguità". Ipotesi sul processo di costruzione del pensiero in uno spazio/tempo instabile in "EDUCAZIONE SENTIMENTALE" 13/2010, pp 87-98, DOI: 10.3280/EDS2010-013007