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Richard D. Chessick Responds to Commentaries by Mark Leffert and Scott C. Schwartz: Harmonics in a Disharmonious Era, the Era of Techné

Richard D. Chessick Responds to Commentaries by Mark Leffert and Scott C. Schwartz: Harmonics in... COMMENTARIES AND AUTHOR'S RESPONSE 361 our postmodern world do serve to make the Self even more elusive. Chessick eloquently advocates the need to seek a real understanding of Human Nature in its absolute form. I would like to suggest this idea be applied to looking at the creation of art outside of our own collective awareness. REFERENCES Clark, K. (1969). Civilization. New York: Harper & Row. James, J. (1986). The traveler's key to medieval France. New York: Knopf. Porcher, J. (1959). Medieval French miniatures. New York: Abrams. Schwartz, S. (2004). Medieval orality, mothers, and bonding. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry, 32, 143-152. Richard D. Chessick Responds to Commentaries by Mark Leffert and Scott C. Schwartz Harmonics in a Disharmonious Era, the Era of Techné Through art alone are we able to emerge from ourselves, to know what another person sees of a universe which is not the same as our own and of which, without art, the landscapes would remain as unknown to us as those that may exist in the moon. . . . This work of the artist, this struggle, to discern beneath matter, beneath experience, beneath words, something that is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Guilford Press

Richard D. Chessick Responds to Commentaries by Mark Leffert and Scott C. Schwartz: Harmonics in a Disharmonious Era, the Era of Techné

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Guilford Press
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© 2011 The American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry
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1546-0371
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10.1521/jaap.2011.39.2.361
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21699360
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Abstract

COMMENTARIES AND AUTHOR'S RESPONSE 361 our postmodern world do serve to make the Self even more elusive. Chessick eloquently advocates the need to seek a real understanding of Human Nature in its absolute form. I would like to suggest this idea be applied to looking at the creation of art outside of our own collective awareness. REFERENCES Clark, K. (1969). Civilization. New York: Harper & Row. James, J. (1986). The traveler's key to medieval France. New York: Knopf. Porcher, J. (1959). Medieval French miniatures. New York: Abrams. Schwartz, S. (2004). Medieval orality, mothers, and bonding. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry, 32, 143-152. Richard D. Chessick Responds to Commentaries by Mark Leffert and Scott C. Schwartz Harmonics in a Disharmonious Era, the Era of Techné Through art alone are we able to emerge from ourselves, to know what another person sees of a universe which is not the same as our own and of which, without art, the landscapes would remain as unknown to us as those that may exist in the moon. . . . This work of the artist, this struggle, to discern beneath matter, beneath experience, beneath words, something that is

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Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic PsychiatryGuilford Press

Published: Jun 1, 2011

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