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Anger, Madness, and the Daimonic: The Psychological Genesis of Violence, Evil and Creativity

By: Stephen A. Diamond, Foreword by Rollo May

$34.95

In this book, clinical psychologist Stephen A. Diamond determines where anger and rage originate and explores whether these powerful passions are – as most people believe – purely negative, pathological, and evil or can be meaningfully redeemed and rechanneled into constructive activity.

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In this book, clinical psychologist Stephen A. Diamond determines where anger and rage originate and explores whether these powerful passions are – as most people believe – purely negative, pathological, and evil or can be meaningfully redeemed and rechanneled into constructive activity. What is the psychobiological significance of such feelings? And what is the psychological link between anger, rage, violence, evil, and creativity? Drawing on the discoveries of depth psychologists such as Freud, Jung, Adler, Rank, Reich, and Rollo May, as well as the work of other contemporary psychotherapeutic pioneers, Diamond examines these timely yet eternal questions.

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Publisher:State University of New York Press
Edition:1st Edition
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Stephen A. Diamond is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist practicing in Los Angeles, California. He has taught at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (now Palo Alto University), the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, Argosy University, Ryokan College and the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich. Currently he is a clinical supervisor for graduate students at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and maintains a private psychotherapy practice near Beverly Hills. Dr. Diamond serves on the Board of Editors of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and writes regularly for Psychology Today.
Product Dimensions:6 x 1 x 9 inches
Pages:434
Publication Date:1996