Index
Abelard, Peter, 101
Abulia, 220
Adler, Alfred, 195
Aeschylus, 20, 175, 293, 298, 301
Affectlessness, see Apathy
Agapé, 37-38, 56, 319
Age of Anxiety (Auden), 25
Alcibiades, 77
Alexander, Franz, 232
Alger, Horatio, 264, 265
Alienation, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 69, 162; as loss of capacity for intimacy, 71-72; from nature, 107; and vio- lence, 31
American Psychiatric Association, 49
American Psychopathological Associ- ation, 25
Anaximander 284
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 66
Antony, Mark, 76101, 213
Anxiety, 93, 97, 120; age of, 25; apathy as defense against, 28; of death, 299-302; during Hellenistic Age, 293-99; and eros, 105; and intentionality, 244-45, 260; of inti- mate relationship, 47; male, and procreation, 116-17; normal, con- cept of. 25; and obsession, 106; and rationality, 301; relief from and de- struction of myth, 294, 297-300; and repression, 106; and sexual freedom, 40, 41-43, 65-66, 69-70, 72; as variable between actuality and potentiality, 243-44
Apathy, 14, 54, 61, 87, 96, 187, 198, 306, 309; as attitude toward life in our society, 29; as basis of tragedy, 110-11; care as antidote for. 292; as defense against anxiety, 28; and schizophrenia, 29, 32-33; therapeu- tic value of, 31-32; and violence, 28-29, 30; and will, 27-28, 29; as withdrawal of love and will, 29-30, 33
Apologia (Plato), 157
Arieti, Sylvano, 189, 190, 191-92, 284
Aristophanes, 77, 113
Aristotle, 93, 195, 225, 240, 292, 295
Arnold, Matthew, 318
Art / Artist: and the daimonic. 170-72; and forms of society, 320-24 predic- tive function of, 21, 23, 25; as representative of society's subcon- scious, 21, 22-23; schizophrenic characteristics of, 22-23, 32; signifi- cance of creative act, 23; way of dealing with conflicts of society, 22- 24
Ataraxia, 295, 296
Auden, W. H., 25, 86, 160, 317
Awareness, level of, 260, 262-63, 266
Bacon, Sir Francis, 324
Bald Soprano, The (Ionesco), 22
Baldwin, James, 309, 316
Beauvoir, Simone de, 44
Beckett, Samuel, 22, 305
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 17
Behaviorism, 203, 209, 230, 242, 262
Berg, J. H. van den, 26
Bemays, Martha, 50
Bernstein, Leonard, 25
Bettelheim, Bruno, 32, 199
Beyond the Pleasure Principle (Freud), 82, 85
Binswanger, Otto Ludwig, 261
Blake, William, 39, 172
Brentano, Franz, 226, 227
Brodbeck, Arthur J., 33
Bruner, Jerome, 299
Buber, Martin, 156, 267
Butendijk, 115

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  • Foreword *
  • One - Introduction: Our Schizoid World *
  • Part I - Love *
  • Two - Paradoxes of Sex and Love *
  • Three - Eros in Conflict with Sex *
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