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Slap, J.W. (1971). American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Nietzsche's Madness: Tragic Wisdom. Carl Paul Ellerman. Pp. 338-357.. Psychoanal Q., 40:713.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Nietzsche's Madness: Tragic Wisdom. Carl Paul Ellerman. Pp. 338-357.

(1971). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 40:713

American Imago. XXVII, 1970: Nietzsche's Madness: Tragic Wisdom. Carl Paul Ellerman. Pp. 338-357.

Joseph William Slap

In this mélange of biography, philosophy, and psychoanalytic theory, the author strives to disclose aspects of the relationship between Nietzsche's Dionysian philosophy and his psychosis. While the ideas in the paper are not well worked through, the reader gains a sense that Nietzsche attempted to master strong aggressive tendencies through philosophy, and that he failed.

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Slap, J.W. (1971). American Imago. XXVII, 1970. Psychoanal. Q., 40:713

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