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2017 Programme

Event #19

Massimo Recalcati

Death of taboos?

According to Freud, the web of social connections has its mythical foundation in the murder of the father and the birth of taboos. Contrarily, our era seems to get rid of any form of prohibition. Social ties become more frail and the contemporary mass atomizes. Should we therefore exhume the shadow of former interdictions? What do taboos teach us and how many are there in the world? The existence of taboos implies the drive to infringe them. Which mythological creatures and which issues of contemporary life shed light on the dialectic between our existence on the edge and the urge to violate it?

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Massimo-Recalcati-credits-Settimio-Benedusi-2023

Massimo Recalcati, is a member of Società Milanese di Psicoanalisi (Psychoanalytical Society of Milan). He is the founder of Jonas - Centre of Psychoanalytic Clinical Practice for New Symptoms, and the scientific director of a postgraduate school in psychotherapy at IRPA (Research Institute of Applied Psychoanalysis) in Milan. He teaches at the University of Verona and at IULM University of Milan. Since 2003, he has been director and lecturer of the postgraduate school in New Symptoms Clinic at the Jonas Onlus centre in Milan. He is currently a supervisor at the Gruber Centre in Bologna for serious cases of eating disorders. He contributes to the cultural sections of la Repubblica and La Stampa. Since 2014, he has directed the Eredi series for Feltrinelli. Since 2020, he has collaborated with Maurizio Balsamo and co-edited the journal Frontiere della psicoanalisi, published by Il Mulino. His numerous publications are translated into several languages.
ph. credits: Settimio Benedusi


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