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Emotional Illness and Creativity: A Psychoanalytic and Phenomenologic Study

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Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL. Presents a review of theories of creativity, illustrated by works and careers of Ezra Pound and Barry, and concludes that psychopathology severely restricts rather than enhances the creative process. For psychiatrists, psychologists, clinicians, and students.
Hardcover, 474 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by International Universities Press
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During the summer of 1998, I sat in on Tom Sheehan's graduate seminar in Social and Political Philosophy. The course focused on the work of Jean-Luc Nancy. Tom argued that if you pass Hegel through Feuerbach you get Marx and if you pass Marx through Heidegger you get Nancy. Having taken a class on Marx, not with Tom, and a class on contemporary European philosophy with Tom the semester before, I was familiar with all the writers involved. Still, Nancy was a difficult read, probably because he ...more
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Robert Chessick, M.D.,PhD, is professor emeritus in psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, IL).
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