13 Facts About Massimo Fagioli

1. Massimo Fagioli was an Italian psychiatrist and psychotherapist.

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2. Massimo Fagioli drew his theory from a theoretical framework that encompasses both the physiology of birth and the beginning of human thought.

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3. Massimo Fagioli graduated in medicine and surgery in Rome in 1956 and then specialised in Neuropsychiatry in Modena.

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4. In 1975 Massimo Fagioli was appointed supervisor of a psychiatrists' group, on behalf of the Institute of Psychiatry at the University of Rome, La Sapienza.

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5. Massimo Fagioli is the author of a large number of articles addressed and published on Lotta Continua.

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6. In regards to this point, Massimo Fagioli observed the newborn physical condition in the first instants of life; a span of time around 20 seconds long when the baby is not breathing, the body has no muscle tensions and has apparently no reaction towards the external environment.

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7. One of the questions that Massimo Fagioli aimed to define in the Human Birth Theory is the one concerning the physiology of mind.

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8. Massimo Fagioli observed that newborns are completely inept at birth thus the external environment would be lethal for them without the intervention of adults.

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9. Massimo Fagioli postulated that light stimulation determines simultaneously the beginning of human thought activity and the emergence of what he formulated as the annulment pulsion of the non-material world.

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10. Massimo Fagioli considered vitality as a biological sensitivity developed by the foetus during the last weeks of pregnancy.

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11. Massimo Fagioli proposed a formula able to describe and coherently embody the dynamic of human birth, human thinking and its further development.

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12. The theoretical articulation that Massimo Fagioli expressed in these twenty-one words does not compromise his original theorisation.

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13. Massimo Fagioli refused the common belief that the unconscious dimension is naturally ill or animalistic.

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