ARTIST

Freud’s Fundamental Statements on art, set forth in a couple of pages of the “Introductory lectures” start  from the proposition that THE ARTIST IS AN INTROVERT WHO, BECAUSE OF EXCESSIVE INSTINCTUAL URGES, IS UNABLE TO COME TO TERMS WITH THE DEMANDS OF PRACTICAL REALITY, WHO TURNS FOR SATISFACTION TO THE WORLD OF FANTASY, AND THERE FINDS A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE DIRECT GRATIFICATION OF HIS WISHES. HE ACHIEVES THE CONVERSATION OF HIS UNREALISTIC DEMANDS INTO AIMS THAT ARE REALIZABLE, AT LEAST SPIRITUALLY, BY WHAT FREUD CALLS POWER OF SUBLIMATION.

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