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International Journal of Psychoanalysis and Education, 2016 Vol. VIII, No. 2, 24-36 2016 IJPE. Creative Commons Attribution‐NonCommercial‐ShareAlike 4.0 International Public License, as cu r- rently displayed at (the “CC BY‐ NC‐SA” ). The Au- thor acknowledges and agrees that the Publisher is the exclusive Licensor ”, as defined in the CC BY‐NC‐SA, of the Work and that the Publisher may make the Work freely available to all users under the terms of the CC BY‐NC‐SA. Dance as a metaphor of a body-mind integrated education. Nietzsche, Jung and Nijinsky La danza come metafora di una formazione integrata mente-corpo. Nietzsche, Jung e Nijinsky Romano Màdera 6 Abstract Expression and recognition have a basis and a centre on which they can develop: the moving body. It would be enough to take the body as a measure for all things to instantly find our bearings again. What direction would the body suggest we consider with critical attention, based on the centre hence on our hierarchy of actions, institutions and values and on the limit hence on the use of our vital force and of the planet‟s? It would offer a value system and an evaluation method to choose the appropriate action. An elementary sys- tem, because elementary needs are the ones that should be satisfied to be able to pursue greater goals: nour- ishment, housing, physical and psychic care, safety, upbringing, education. Bodily matters reveal that their formative and cognitive importance is based on their being a potential meas- ure for a new arrangement of our whole civilisation. Key words: dance ; body-mind unity ; philosophical life ; education ; Nietzsche ; Jung ; Nijinsky Riassunto L‟espressione e il riconoscimento si sviluppano a partire da una base e da un centro: il corpo in movimento. Sarebbe sufficiente prendere il corpo come misura di tutte le cose per trovare di nuovo all‟istante il nostro orientamento. Quale direzione ci suggerisce di considerare, il corpo, basandoci, con attenzione critica, sul centro - quindi sulla nostra gerarchia di azioni, istituzioni e valori - e sul limite - quindi sull‟utilizzo della n o- stra forza vitale e di quella del pianeta? Si tratterebbe di un sistema di valori e di un metodo di valutazione per scegliere l‟azione appropriata. Un sistema elementare , perché elementari sono i bisogni che dovrebbero essere soddisfatti per poi essere in grado di perseguire obiettivi più alti: il nutrimento, l‟a lloggio, la cura fisi- ca e psichica, la sicurezza, l‟educazione , l‟istruzione. Ciò che riguarda il corpo rivela un‟importanza format i- va e cognitiva in quanto criterio potenziale di un nuovo ordinamento per la nostra civiltà. Parole chiave: danza ; unità mente-corpo ; vita filosofica ; formazione ; Nietzsche ; Jung ; Nijinsky 6 University of Milan-Bicocca (For correspondence e-mail: [email protected])
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