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Civitarese, G. (2019). The Birth of the Psyche and Intercorporeity. Fort Da, 25(2):6-25.

(2019). Fort Da, 25(2):6-25

The Birth of the Psyche and Intercorporeity

Giuseppe Civitarese, M.D., Ph.D.

First, let's look at two famous Madonna and Child classical paintings. The first one is the Madonna and Child by the “Master of the Straus Madonna,” now at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. I saw it recently in Rome at Palazzo Barberini. I was intrigued and surprised by the gaze that mother and child exchange.

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