Journal title PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE
Author/s Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2021/4 Language Italian
Pages 6 P. 643-652 File size 258 KB
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Pier Francesco Galli’s introduction to the book Preconscio e creatività [Preconscious and Creativity] (Turin: Einaudi, 1999) is reprinted. This book contains seven contributions written between 1939 and 1979, namely: a paper read by David Rapaport on June 10, 1942, at the Menninger Foundation (later included in The Collected Papers of David Rapaport, edited by Merton M. Gill in 1967 and translated into Italian in 1977 with an introduction by Enzo Codignola and Pier Francesco Galli), three papers by Ernst Kris (two of 1939 and 1949, respectively, later included in his 1952 book Psychoanalytic Explorations in Art, translated into Italian by Elvio Fachinelli in 1967 with a preface by Ernst H. Gombrich, and one of 1956, included in his Selected Papers of 1975, translated into Italian in 1977), and three papers by Peter B. Neubauer, Harold P. Blum e Pinchas Noy of 1978, 1979, and 1976, respectively. Among other things, the complexity of the concept of insight, that may have multiple meanings, is emphasized. This concept has been investigated by various authors, also outside psychoanalysis, who have contributed to the construction of psychoanalytic knowledge, that in itself is an interminable process.
Keywords: Preconscious; Creativity; Insight; Psychoanalytic theory; David Rapaport
Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini, Tracce. Preconscio e creatività in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 4/2021, pp 643-652, DOI: 10.3280/PU2021-004006