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Schmukler, A.G. (1988). American Imago. XLIII, 1986: Psychoanalysis and Art: Their Body Language. Harry Slochower. Pp. 1-6.. Psychoanal Q., 57:471.
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(1988). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 57:471

American Imago. XLIII, 1986: Psychoanalysis and Art: Their Body Language. Harry Slochower. Pp. 1-6.

Anita G. Schmukler

Slochower discusses the examination of the aesthetic experience by Freud, Kant, and Ricoeur. Freud explored the relation between dreams, child's play, and art. The technique of a creative process is a significant element in communicating the intended message, which is distinguished by a sensory component that is a sine qua non. Slochower explores the creative imagination in relation to time, as seen by Thomas Mann, Ernst Bloch, and Ernst Kris. For a creative individual to express deeply unconscious phenomena in a form which communicates to mankind in an enduring work of art, an element of rebelliousness is essential, and this is something with which an audience identifies. Examples are given from Blake, Milton, and Dostoevsky.

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Schmukler, A.G. (1988). American Imago. XLIII, 1986. Psychoanal. Q., 57:471

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