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And, at last... ‘I’. 

'Tutorsalus.net' is now presented as an authorized periodical[1] of a professional nature, welcoming the entrepreneurial initiative[2] of that Journalism to which Freud dedicated himself throughout the course of all his work.



Does turning to Antigone[3] today, as a patient and anti-economic companion, sound remote ?  

However her : “I act for love” still risks, at least initially, confusing us with that passionate opposition  to a ‘juridical’ civilization which doesn’t defend us until we cross it : the heart to think for yourself, who knows something about this.

It’s difficult to escape the insistence of Antigone, who so often still comes looking for ‘I’, a civilian inhabitant and worker indeed but not fully aware of the profit he, or she, produces and that is also socially affected like a light and precious fabric, and not only to those who are close to us : because Antigone fears the recognizability of her action – that can instead slide onto the goals with equally deceptive sublimity and she juggles in the mists she doesn’t like to escape from, hating the work she even acknowledges the richness.

It’s her body, her mistreated body even in the most meticulous applications, that faithfully supports a sincere motion that leaves no doubt and that without uncertainty reveals her purpose about which she remains reticent with malice, because laziness seduces and makes proselytes, it’s massive indeed!

Quick theft with desterity, here is Antigone’s purpose as she, lying, complains having nothing… And she stands, still in front of the mirror, as if she didn’t notice : what makes her ultimately and, provocatively, even moving.

That ‘deathly’ jouissance that Jacques Lacan reported just after Freud, does not satisfy in fact : but Antigone demands it, holding in hatred the work that others produce without any possibility of a real transfer. 'Quelle tristesse pour Antigone...!'


Marina Bilotta Membretti / Cernusco sul Naviglio – April 14, 2019

Original painting by Gianni Russomando.[4]



[1] 'TutorSalus.net', online magazine of Freudian journalism, registered in the Court of Milan, n°4731/2019 of April 10th, 2019 – Director : Marina Bilotta.

[2] 'THINK !', by Giacomo B.Contri www.giacomocontri.it is the first online newspaper of Freudian journalism.

[3] The editorial takes up 'Quid amor ? Quid ius ?', speech by Giacomo B.Contri presented at the ‘Colloquio Università di Patti’/ Messina, November 16th 2018 and reported on www.giacomocontri.it

[4] Gianni Russomando was born in Vercelli (1956), graduated at the ‘Istituto di Belle Arti di Vercelli’ : he describes himself as an ‘amanuense’ (medieval hand-painter) and far from expositions and competitions.


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