Approfondimento – Bibliografia dei lavori pubblicati

PSICOANALISI E GUERRE

BIBLIOGRAFIE DEI LAVORI PUBBLICATI IN DOSSIER.

In ordine alfabetico

Bibliografia CONO ALDO BARNA’

Adorno W.T. 1966 Dialettica negativa, Einaudi, 2004.

Anders G.

1962: La coscienza al bando. Einaudi, Torino (1962);

1990:Discorso sulle tre guerre mondiali, Linea d’ombra, Milano (1990);

1995: Noi figli di Eichmann, Giuntina, Firenze (1995);

1963: L’uomo è antiquato, 2 volumi, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino (2003)

Arendt A.

1951: Le origini del totalitarismo, Milano, Edizioni di Comunità, 1967

1963: La banalità del male. Eichmann a Gerusalemme, Milano, Feltrinelli 1964.

1970: Sulla violenza, Guanda, Parma, 1886.

Bauman Z.

1989: Modernità e olocausto, Bologna 1992

2000: Modernità liquida, Ed. Laterza, Roma-Bari 2002

2010: Lo spettro dei barbari: adesso e allora, Bevivino Editore, Milano 2010

Bobbio N. 2009: Il problema della guerra e le vie della pace, Il Mulino, 2009.

Cassano F. 2011: L’umiltà del male. Laterza, Bari, 2011.

Cimatti F. 2013: Filosofia dell’animalità, Laterza, Bari, 2013.

Kant I.

1793: Stato di diritto e società civile, Editori Riuniti, 1982.

1795: Per la pace perpetua, Rizzoli, Milano, 1968.

1798 : Antropologia pragmatica, Laterza, Bari, 2001.

Locke J. 1690: Secondo trattato sul governo, Rizzoli, Milano, 1998.

Lorenz K.

1963: Il cosidetto male, Garzanti, Milano, 1974

1973: L’altra faccia dello specchio, Adelphi, Milano, 1991.

Natoli S. 2010: L’edificazione di se, Laterza, Bari, 2010.

Rousseau J.J. 1795: Sull’origine dell’ineguaglianza. Editori Riuniti, Roma, 1968.

Sofsky W.

1995: L’ordine del terrore, il Mulino, 1995.

1998: saggio sulla violenza, Einaudi, 1998.

Bibliografia PARTENOPE BION TALAMO

BETTELHEIM B. (1983), Freud e l’anima dell’uomo, Feltrinelli, Mi­lano 1991.

BION W.R. (1961), Esperienze nei gruppi, Armando, Roma 1971. BION TALAmo P. (1991), Aggressività Bellicosità e Belligeranza. II

passaggio dallo stato mentale al comportamento attivo. In questo volume.

FREUD S. (1887), Due brevi recensioni, O.S.F., 1, Boringhieri, To­rino 1967.

FREUD S. (1901), Framrnento di un analisi di isteria (caso clinico di Dora), 0.S.F., 4, Boringhieri, Torino 1970.

FREUD S. (1908), La morale sessuale “civile” e il nervosismo moderno , 0.S.F., 4, Boringhieri, Torino 1970.

FREUD S. (1910), Prospettive future della terapia psicoanalitica, 0.S.F., 6, Boringhieri, Torino 1974.

FREUD S. (1915), Considerazioni attuali sulla guerra e sulla morte, O.S.F., 8, Boringhieri, Torino 1976.

FREUD S. (1922), Psicologia delle masse e analisi dell’Io , 0.S.F., 9, Boringhieri, Torino 1977.

FREUD S. (1923), Due voci di Enciclopedia: A) Psicoanalisi, 0.S.F., 9, Boringhieri, Torino 1977.

FREUD S. (19274939), Sigmund Freud, Arnold Zweig, Lettere sullo sfondo di una tragedia, Marsilio, Venezia 2000.

FREUD S. (1930), Il disagio della civiltà, O.S.F.; 10, Boringhieri, Torino 1978.

FREUD S. (1932a), Lezione 34. Schiarimenti, Applicazioni, Orientamenti. In: Introduzione alla psicoanalisi (nuova serie di lezioni) , 0.S.F., 11, Boringhieri, Torino 1979.

FREUD S. (1932b), Lezione 35. Una “visione del mondo”. In: Introduzione alla psicoanalisi (nuova serie di lezioni), 0.S.F., 11, Boringhieri, Torino 1979.

FREUD S. (1933), Perche la guerra? (Carteggio con Einstein), O.S.F., 11, Boringhieri, Torino 1979.

FREUD S. (1937), L’uomo Mose e la religione monoteistica: tre saggi , 0.S.F., 11, Boringhieri, Torino 1979.

JACOBY R. (1983), Il Disagio della Psicoanalisi. Otto Fenichel ed i Freudiani politicizzati, Astrolabio, Roma 1987.(27-77), Boringhieri, Torino 2002.

STEINBERG S.H. (1967), Historical Tables 58 B.C. A.D. 1965, Macmillan, London.

Bibliografia RITA CORSA e GIUSEPPE ZANDA

Abraham K. (1918). La psicoanalisi delle nevrosi di guerra. In Opere. Vol. 1, Boringhieri, Torino, 1997.

American Psychiatric Association (1968).  Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. (2nd ed.), Washington, DC.

American Psychiatric Association (1980). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders.

American Psychiatric Association (2000). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental Disorders.  (Revised 4th  ed.), Washington, DC. (DSM-IV-TR. Manuale diagnostico e statistico dei disturbi mentali. Masson S.p.A., Milano, 2001).

American Psychiatric Association (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental Disorders. (5th  ed.). Washington, DC.

Corsa R. (2013).  Edoardo Weiss a Trieste con Freud. Alle origini della psicoanalisi italiana. Alpes Italia Srl, Roma.

Ferenczi S. (1919). Psicoanalisi delle nevrosi di guerra. In Opere. Vol. 3 (1919-1926). Raffaello Cortina, Milano, 1992.

Ferenczi S., Abraham K., Simmel E., Jones E. (a cura di) (1919). Zur Psychoanalyse der Kriegsneurosen. Wien, Int. Psa. Vlg.; (trad. ingl.) Psycho-Analysis and the War Neuroses.  London, The International Psycho-Analytical Press, 1921.

Freud S. (1914). Introduzione al narcisismo. O.S.F., 7.

Freud S. (1919). Introduzione al libro “Psicoanalisi delle nevrosi di guerra”. O.S.F., 9.

Freud S. (1993). Epistolari. Corrispondenza con Ernest Jones. Vol.  I (1908-1920). Boringhieri, Torino, 2001.

Freud S., Ferenczi S. (1998). Lettere. Volume secondo 1914-1919.  Raffaello Cortina, Milano.

Jones E. (1919). Die Kriegsneurosen und die Freudsche Theorie. In Zur Psychoanalyse der Kriegsneurosen. Int. Psa. Vlg., Wien.

Jones E. (1921). War Shock and Freud’s Theory of the Neuroses. Int. Psycho-Anal. Lib., 2, 44-59

Jones E. (1953). Vita e opere di Freud. 2. Gli anni della maturità – 1901-1919.  il Saggiatore, Milano, 1995.

Kardiner A. (1977). My Analysis with Freud. Reminiscences. W.W. Norton Company Inc., New York (Una piccola nevrosi. Reminiscenze di un’analisi con Freud. Sesamo Editrice, Roma, 1977).

Schaller W.F. (1939). After-effects of head injury, the post-traumatic concussion state, and the post-traumatic psychoneurotic state. JAMA, 113, 1779-1785.

Shorter E. (2005). A Historical Dictionary of Psychiatry. OxfordUniversity Press, New York.

Simmel E. (1918). Kriegsneurosen und psychische Trauma. Ihre gegenseitigen Beziehungen, dargestellt auf Grund psychoanalytischer, hypnotischer Studien. Lipsia, Nemnich.

Tausk V. (1916). Zur Psychologie des Deserteurs.  Internat.  Zeitschr.  für ärztl. Psychoan., 4, 193-204.  Per una psicologia del disertore. In Scritti psicoanalitici. Roma, Astrolabio, 1979.

Zaretsky E. (2004). Secrets of the Soul. A Social and Cultural History of Psychoanalysis. Alfred A. Knopf, New York (I misteri dell’anima. Una storia sociale e culturale della psicoanalisi. Feltrinelli, Milano, 2006).

Bibliografia GIUSEPPE D’AGOSTINO

Bion Talamo P. (1987a), L’impensabilità della guerra nucleare, in Messeri P., Pulcini E. (1991).

Bion Talamo(1987b), Il ruolo del gruppo rispetto alla “impensabilità della guerra nucleare”, in Bion Talamo P. (2011).

Bion Talamo (2011) (a cura di A. Baruzzi), Mappe per l’esplorazione psicoanalitica, Roma, Borla.

Dinucci M. (2003), Il potere nucleare, Roma, Fazi.

Fornari F. (1966), Psicoanalisi della guerra, Milano, Feltrinelli.

Hautmann G. (1987), La psicoanalisi e il rischio della distruzione totale, in Messeri P., Pulcini E. (1991).

Levi P. (1986a), I sommersi e i salvati, in Opere, Torino, Einaudi, vol. I.

Levi P. (1986b), Covare il cobra, in Opere, Torino, Einaudi, vol. III.

Levine H. B., Jacobs D., Rubin L. J. (eds.) (1988), Psychoanalysis and the Nuclear Threat: Clinical   and Theoretical Studies, Hillsdale N/J, Analytic Press.

Messeri P., Pulcini E. (a cura di) (1991), Immagini dell’impensabile. Ricerche interdisciplinari   sulla guerra nucleare, Genova, Marietti.

Segal H. (1987), Silence is the Real Crime,  International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 14:3-12.

Bibliografia MARIA ROSA DE ZORDO

Aktar (2002).La dimensione psicodinamica del terrorismo. In Coline Covingtom, Paul Williams, Jean Arundale, Jean Knox(a cura di ) Terrorismo e Guerra. Dinamiche inconsce  della violenza politica,Magi, Roma .

Bion W.R (1952) Groups dynamics:A review.IJP,33, pp 235-247.

Freud, S.

(1913), «Totem e tabù», in Opere, vol.VII, Boringhieri,Torino

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(1917), Il tabù della verginità, in Contributi alla psicologia della vita amorosa, in Opere, vol. VI, cit..

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(1930 b), lettera a Arnold Zweig (26 novembre 1930), in S. Freud, A. Zweig,   Lettere sullo sfondo di una tragedia (1927-1939), (a Cura di) D. Meghnagi,Ve­nezia,  Marsilio, 2000.

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Fornari , F.(1970), Psicoanalisi della situazione atomica, Milano Rizzoli,1970.

Hinze E.(1986), The influence of historical events in Psychoanalysis. IJP,67, pp459-466

Jaques.E (1965)Death and the middle age crisis, IJP,46,pp 502-514

Menzies, I.E.P (1970).The functioning of social system as a defence against anxiety, “Human relations”,13, p.95

Nicasi,S.(2008), “La psicoanalisi che tende la mano”. In LORITO T. (a cura di) Psicoanalisi e guerra, Pisa, ETS.

Segal, H.(1987),Il vero crimine è il silenzio. Intern. Review of Psychoan.,14, pp 3-12

VolkanV.(1997), Bloods ties; From ethnic pride to ethnic terrorism, West View Press, New York. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux.

Bibliografia  LIDIA LEONELLI LANGER

F.Fornari, Thanatos e la guerra assoluta. Rivista di Psicoanalisi 1958

F.Fornari, La vita affettiva originaria del bambino. Feltrinelli 1963

F.Fornari  Psicoanalisi della guerra. Rivista di Psicoanalisi 1964, Feltrinelli 1966, Rivista di Psicoanalisi 2005

F.Fornari, Angelo a capofitto. Rizzoli, Milano 1969

F.Fornari, Simbolo e codice.Feltrinelli 1976

F.Fornari, Il codice vivente. Bollati Boringhier, Torino 1981

F.Fornari. La riscoperta dell’anima. Laterza 1984

Bibliografia di STEFANIA NICASI

Bion P. (2011). Mappe per l’esplorazione psicoanalitica. Borla, Roma

Corsa R. (2013).  Edoardo Weiss a Trieste con Freud. Alle origini della psicoanalisi italiana. Alpes Italia Srl, Roma

Fenoglio, B. (1973). Un Fenoglio alla prima guerra mondiale. Einaudi, Milano.

Freud S. (1915). Considerazioni attuali sulla guerra e sulla morte. OSF, 8

Freud S. (1919). Introduzione al libro “Psicoanalisi delle nevrosi di guerra”. OSF, 9

Freud S. (1920a). Al di là del principio di piacere. OSF, 9

Freud S. (1920b). Promemoria sul trattamento elettrico dei nevrotici di guerra. OSF, 9

Freud S. (1926). Il disagio della civiltà. OSF, 10

Freud S. (1938). Compendio di psicoanalisi. OSF, 11

Fussel P. (1975). La Grande Guerra e la memoria moderna. Il Mulino, Bologna, 2000

Gibelli A. (1991). L’officina della guerra. Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 2009

Gibelli A. (2006). “Una guerra per la psicoanalisi, ovvero: la psicoanalisi e la Grande Guerra”. Psiche, 1

Hosbawm E. J. (1994). Il secolo breve, Bur, Milano

Leed E. (1979). Terra di nessuno. Il Mulino, Bologna, 1985

Lorito T. (a cura di) (2008). Psicoanalisi e guerra. ETS, Pisa

Nicasi S. (2005). “La psicoanalisi che tende la mano”. In Lorito, 2008, 11-19

Simmel E. (1918). Kriegsneurosen und psychische Trauma. Ihre gegenseitigen Beziehungen, dargestellt auf Grund psychoanalytischer, hypnotischer Studien. Lipsia, Nemnich

Bibliografia MARIA TERESA PALLADINO

Bion W. R. (1959,1961). Analisi degli schizofrenici e metodo psicoanalitico. Armando, Roma, 1970.

Bion W. R. (1976). Il cambiamento catastrofico. Loescher, Torino, 1981.

Bonasia E.(1988). Pulsione di morte o terrore di morire? Una ricerca sul problema della morte in psicoanalisi. Riv. Psicoanal., 34, 2.

Fornari F. Psicoanalisi della guerra. Feltrinelli, Milano, 1966.

Freud S. (1915). Considerazioni attuali sulla guerra e la morte. O.S.F., 8.

Freud S. (1920). Al di là del principio del piacere. O.S.F., 9.

Freud S. (1927). L’avvenire di un’illusione. O.S.F., 10.

Freud S. (1932). Perché la guerra? (Carteggio con Einstein). O.S.F., 11.

Jeammet P. (2008) Adulti senza riserva. Cortina, Milano 2009

Kaes  R. (2005) Il disagio del mondo modern e la sofferenza del nostro tempo saggio sui garanti metapsichici.  Psiche  il Saggiatore Roma.

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Klein M. (1948). Sulla teoria dell’angoscia e del senso di colpa. In Scritti (1921-1958) Boringhieri, Torino 1978.

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Bibliografia  di  PATRIZIA BRUNORI E MARIA CHIARA RISOLDI

AA.VV , Violenza di Stato e Psicoanalisi, Gnocchi, Napoli,1994

Algini M.L.e Lugones M. ( a cura di), Emigrazione Sofferenze d’identità, Borla, Roma, 1999

AggerI., Psycho-Social Projects Under War Conditions. ECHO – ECTF, Zagreb, 1995

Amati Sas S., Etica e Trans-soggettività, Rivista di Psicoanalisi, Vol.XL, n.4, ottobre-dicembre 1994, Borla.

Amati Sas S., Qualche riflessione sulla tortura per introdurre una questione psicoanalitica. Rivista di Psicoanalisi, Vol.23, n.3, settembre-dicembre 1977

Amati Sas S. , Perché accettiamo l’inaccettabile?,  Sapere , anno51°, n.10, 1985

Amati Sas S.,  Souffrace, douleur et Cadres Sociaux, Rev, Franc.Psychanal, 4, 1991, pag. 945-955.

Amati Sas S., Ambiguity as the route to shame, Int. J. Psycho-Anal., n.73,1992, pag.329-34

Bettelheim B., Sopravvivere, Feltrinelli, Milano, 1981.

Bettelheim B., La Vienna di Freud, Feltrinelli, Milano, 199

Bodei R. , Il dottor Freud e i nervi dell’anima, Donzelli Editore, Roma,2001

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Delle Donne M.,  La strada dell’oblio, Sensibili alle foglie, Roma, 1995

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Doni E., ValentiniC., L’arma dello stupro, La Luna, 1993

Ehrenreich B., Riti di sangue, Feltrinelli, Milano,1998

Fonda P., La paura dell’immagine di sé dopo la guerra, Psiche, Anno VIII, n.1, gennaio-giugno 2000, Borla

Freud A., Burlingham D., Bambini senza famiglia. Tesi pro e contro gli asili residenziali.  Opere, Vol. I , Boringhieri, 1978

Freud S., Considerazioni attuali sulla guerra e la morte (1915)’ Opere Vol. VIII, Boringhieri,1976

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Garland C., Comprendere il trauma, Mondadori, Milano, 2001

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AAVV Non un passo indietro. Storia  delle madres de Plaza de majo, 2001

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