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Educazione Sentimentale

Published/Hosted by FrancoAngeli. ISSN (printed): 2037-7355. ISSN (electronic): 2037-7649.

Educazione sentimentale - was first published in May 2003 as the official publication of the "Fondazione Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani". Its aim was to encourage the study and diffusion of Pagliarani’s ideas and work. Educazione sentimentale (in English, "Emotional Education") has since been reissued as the journal of the homonymous association, in close collaboration with the Fondazione Luigi (Gino) Pagliarani, and with Ariele, Associazione Italiana di Psicosocioanalisi. The title, which appears significantly in Pagliarani’s handwriting on the cover, refers to the need to improve our capacity to recognize, manage and develop feelings and sentiments, especially given that of all the different forms of education we receive in our lifetime, emotional education is considered the weakest. Each issue of the journal, which comes out half-yearly, is monographic, exploring a major topic of Pagliarani’s theory and practice (the psycho-socio-analysis). The objective is to create a link between established theories and new ideas and proposals, both within and outside of the psycho-socio-analytic sphere. Between 2003 and 2008, the journal had a dialogical format with the monographic material split into two sections: the first section based on archival research into Pagliarani’s papers, thoughts, daily notes etc., and the second section containing original and ad-hoc contributions from authors considered experts in the subject. After the first twelve volumes, the journal changed its format and contents, opting for a more open structure, one which the Editorial Board occasionally defines in relation to the monographic subject under consideration. Educazione sentimentale is aimed at all those who are interested in developing ("sentimentally" and professionally) thoughts, techniques and skills related to the analysis of and provision of care to individuals, couples, groups, institutions and society at large (the "polis").

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