The Dancing Self - Creativity, Modern Dane, Self Psychology and Transformative Education (Paperback)


The author employs psychoanalytic self psychology to analyze the creative process, emphasizing the self-world relationship and its transformative possibilities. This analysis is applied to the work of modern dance choreography, with special attention to the life and work of Paul Taylor. Drawing on this analysis, the implications of her theory of the creative process for the enrichment of the individual in his or her daily aesthetic, are examined.

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The author employs psychoanalytic self psychology to analyze the creative process, emphasizing the self-world relationship and its transformative possibilities. This analysis is applied to the work of modern dance choreography, with special attention to the life and work of Paul Taylor. Drawing on this analysis, the implications of her theory of the creative process for the enrichment of the individual in his or her daily aesthetic, are examined.

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General

Imprint

Hampton Press

Country of origin

United States

Series

Perspectives on Creativity Research

Release date

2002

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Expected to ship within 12 - 17 working days

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Dimensions

229 x 153 x 18mm (L x W x T)

Format

Paperback

Pages

256

ISBN-13

978-1-57273-441-8

Barcode

9781572734418

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LSN

1-57273-441-8



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