Les deux sources de l’imagination mythique et onirique : philosophie, psychanalyse, éducation

Abstract Imagination has often been thought as an ambivalent power, even among rationalist philosophers. But as a source of errors as well as a source of truths, this very ambivalence has rarely been conceptualized in a unified theory of human psyche. In this article, I argue that Paul Diel’s theory of symbolic imagination allows him to distinguish between a subconscious (perverse) and a “supraconscious” (sublime) source of imagination.

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19/10/2023 15:27


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