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Slap, J.W. (1971). American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Beyond the Reality Principle: Illusion or New Reality? Lillian Gordon. Pp. 160-182.. Psychoanal Q., 40:374.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Beyond the Reality Principle: Illusion or New Reality? Lillian Gordon. Pp. 160-182.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 40:374

American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Beyond the Reality Principle: Illusion or New Reality? Lillian Gordon. Pp. 160-182.

Joseph William Slap

The author's central point is that the weakening of supports offered by stable traditions and sociocultural groups has produced separation anxiety, and with it longing for symbiotic fusion. This yearning has manifested itself in the theater, in the widespread use of drugs, the popularity of Zen, sensitivity groups, and student uprisings. This is a well-documented and convincing article.

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Slap, J.W. (1971). American Imago. XXVII, 1970. Psychoanal. Q., 40:374

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