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Camassa, P. (2009). The Role of Action in a Creative Theory of Personality. Int. Forum Psychoanal., 18(2):104-106.

(2009). International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 18(2):104-106

The Role of Action in a Creative Theory of Personality

Paola Camassa

Translated by:
Isabella Negri

Psychoanalysis is a technique to let creativity develop, and thought must be a prelude to action, rather than its substitute. Megalomania, redefined according to Bion as the capacity to act responsibly, lies at the extreme positive end of the spectrum of personality.

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