Unlocking Creativity: Connections Between Psychic and External Reality
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While addressing the enigmatic and alluring nature of creativity, this essay focuses on associations between creative temperament and clinical disorder. Implications considered include relations between psychic and external realities, between artists and society, and between artists and therapists.
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