シルヴァーノ・アリエティ

創造力研究序説(創造の過程/創造性の主な学説)
創造力の心理学的構成要素(心象形成作用/形のない認識/原始的認識/概念的認識)
創造の所産(機知における創造力/詩と美的家庭/絵画・音楽/宗教的、神秘的経験/科学/哲学と一般システム理論)
創造性と社会・文化的環境(社会・文化と創造/創造発生社会)
個人と創造力の陶冶(創造的人間/個人における創造力の陶冶)
神経学・生物学・一般システム理論、そして人間精神の広い視野からみた創造性(創造性の神経学と生物学的な創造性/いくつかの一般的問題点と結論)

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5 Responses to シルヴァーノ・アリエティ

  1. shinichi says:

    創造力
    原初からの統合

    by S.アリエティ

    translated by 加藤正明・清水博之

    普通人の創造力から天才の創造力まで,文学や絵画,音楽における創造性から科学や宗教の分野における創造的達成まで,創造力のあらゆる側面を,人類学,医学,心理学を統合する視点から解き明かした刮目すべき大著。

  2. shinichi says:

    Creativity: The Magic Synthesis

    by Silvano Arieti

    (1976)

    What exactly is creativity? What occurs – psychologically and neurologically – during the creative process? Can creativity be cultivated? If so, how? Dr. Silvano Arieti – the world-renowned psychiatrist and winner of the 1975 National Book Award in Science for his magisterial “Interpretation of Schizophrenia” – confronts these questions as he draws upon more than 25 years of clinical and research experience to provide us with a unique description of what actually happens in the human mind during the process of creativity. Writing with his customary grace and clarity, he helps us to see creativity as truly a “magic synthesis” – a binding together of the primitive, irrational forces of the unconscious with the logical, rational, and cognitive mechanisms of the conscious mind. Dr. Arieti draws his examples from great achievements in poetry, painting, music, religion, science, and philosophy to illuminate the many facets of the creative process. In addition, he offers fascinating insights into the personality of the creative individual, the effects of mind-altering drugs, and the relations of psychopathology to creative work. Of particular interest is his explication and analysis of the nine positive social factors that make for a society in which creativity is valued and fostered – and his application of this understanding to our educational system. A modern classic, this book gives us a new appreciation of creativity, that little understood but distinctly human quality, and of how it can be nurtured in all of us.

  3. shinichi says:

    Silvano Arieti

    Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvano_Arieti

    Silvano Arieti (June 28, 1914 in Pisa, Italy – August 7, 1981 in New York City) was a psychiatrist regarded as one of the world’s foremost authorities on schizophrenia. He received his M.D. from the University of Pisa and left Italy soon after, due to the increasingly racial policies of Benito Mussolini.

    Arieti was professor of psychiatry at New York Medical College. He was also training analyst in the Division of Psychoanalysis at the William Alanson White Institute, and editor of the six-volume American Handbook of Psychiatry. His Interpretation of Schizophrenia won the 1975 National Book Award in Science.

    Arieti undertook psychotherapy of schizophrenic patients, an unusual approach that few of his colleagues chose to pursue. The views he expressed in Interpretation of Schizophrenia are now professionally called the trauma model of mental disorders and constitute one alternative to the mainstream medical model of mental disorders.

  4. shinichi says:

    schizophrenia
    統合失調症

    schizo(分離した)+phrenia(精神)

    日本精神神経学会が2002年6月30日に、差別や偏見を招きやすい「精神分裂病」という呼び名を「統合失調症」に改めた。

  5. shinichi says:

    creativity

    psychologically 心理学的

    neurologically 神経学的

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