By Shlomo Giora Shoham
Myths have lengthy been thought of the leading linkage among nature and tradition, yet we carry that they're greater than this. The mythogene, that is our conceptualization of a connecting constitution, hyperlinks topic and item, historical past and transcendence, yet in particular is the blueprint for creativity. the quantity bargains, for that reason, with the cutting edge belief of the writer as to the method of creativity. Van Gogh had a revelation as to how the whirling cypresses and dancing stars might examine evening. those constructions, which include a complementarity among his reviews and longings, are then ingrained within the inventive medium. considering his creative efforts have been real, his ecstatic (in the Greek feel) frame of mind, extricated itself from diachronic heritage and soared onto synchronic eternity. this can be how we understand his paintings as clean, exhilarating and significant as though painted this day; it's the verbal exchange inside eternity of genuine paintings from artist to viewers. the amount additionally provides a category of sorts of artists as on the topic of their paintings and provides and cutting edge conception as to the hyperlink among insanity and creativity.
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Neither soar too high, lest the sun melt the wax; nor swoop too low, lest the feathers be wetted by the sea. Follow me closely! ”31 We hear our own parents warning us from their experience not to jump too high or stick out our necks, to abide by the rules lest we be hurt. Man is therefore no match for the power, arbitrariness, and cruelty of the gods, but he does hold a trump card. By being victimized, abused, and manipulated, he gains moral freedom, a mandate to imbue his own life, his surroundings, and transcendence with meaning and values.
Sartre’s negation of any authentic encounter, as evident in No Exit, Nausea and Being and Nothingness, stems from the fact that he considered an encounter only in the context of epistemological intersubjectivity. However, if Sisyphus arrived at a creative modus vivendi with his stone, and Tantalus can feel, as did Kierkegaard, a maieutic revelation of transcendence within his inner self (which Sartre denied but we accept), then man ceases to be a useless passion, as claimed by Sartre, and attains a potential for authenticity which he may realize.
However, the “good” breast-mother, who supplies food to the mouth-ego, hovers somewhere on the boundaries of its omnipresence. The infant perceives pain, hunger, and thirst as occurring within himself, but the milk flows from the outside, and is sucked in by the mouth-ego. We shall later elaborate on the premise that the child feels sexual excitement while sucking his mother’s breast, as does the mother. The mother, however, suppresses this excitement, because she conceives it as incestuous. This suppression is transmitted to the nursing child through intuitive empathy, and direct, tactile, nonverbal communication, creating a severe conflict in the mouth-ego.
Art, Myth and Deviance by Shlomo Giora Shoham