Four mighty ones are in every man : the development of the fourfold in Blake (Book, 2003) [WorldCat.org]
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Four mighty ones are in every man : the development of the fourfold in Blake

Author: Dóra Janzer Csikós
Publisher: Budapest : Akadémiai K., 2003.
Series: Philosophiae doctores, [15]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The dissertation focuses on one of the most debated prophecies of Blake, The Four Zoas. The approach is basically psychological and, before the main thesis is elaborated, a brief survey is given about the most frequently studied parallels, such as Freud and Jung. The dissertation then proceeds to examine a new aspect: a parallel is drawn between the hypotheses of Lipot Szondi, disciple to Freud, and Blake's  Read more...
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Named Person: William Blake; William Blake; William Blake
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dóra Janzer Csikós
ISBN: 9630579367 9789630579360
OCLC Number: 237862207
Notes: Zugl. Diss. - Literaturverz. S. 129 - [135].
Description: 134 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme.
Contents: The Four Zoas --
Mythology, Psychology and the Fourfold --
Freud and Jung --
Theories of the Personality --
Blake and Szondi --
Tharmas and Enion --
Luvah and Vala --
Los and Enitharmon --
Urizen and Ahania.
Series Title: Philosophiae doctores, [15]
Responsibility: Dóra Janzer Csikós.

Abstract:

"The dissertation focuses on one of the most debated prophecies of Blake, The Four Zoas. The approach is basically psychological and, before the main thesis is elaborated, a brief survey is given about the most frequently studied parallels, such as Freud and Jung. The dissertation then proceeds to examine a new aspect: a parallel is drawn between the hypotheses of Lipot Szondi, disciple to Freud, and Blake's visionary universe. Szondi's System of Drives helps illuminate several questionable passages of Blake's dream vision, furthermore, as the parallel points out, an interesting change is discernible in Blake's concepts about Enlightenment and Rationalism, whereby the previously rejected ideas become integrated into a fourfold world of wholeness and intellectual sanity."--BOOK JACKET.

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