121. The General Theory of the Fundamental Relations of Personality and Some Specificities of Artistic Creativity. T. A. Lomidze
The Sh. Rustaveli Institute of the History of Georgian Literature of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR, Tbilisi
An attempt is made in the paper to elucidate some aspects of literary creativity. The author's approach is based on the theory of the fundamental relations of personality proposed by Professor A. E. Sherozia  in his study of the integral structure of consciousness and the unconscious mind on a new conceptual basis of the psychology of set (the D. N. Uznadze school). For the fundamental relations of personality as well as the relations of consciousness and the unconscious mind - dealt with in the above theory - involve not only the person's relations toward himself and 'super-personality' but also toward 'another', i. е., simultaneously toward a subject like himself ('another proper') and toward an object, or reality contrary and alien to himself [4, 475-502].
Of the relations in question the present writer has singled out 'the relation of personality to another' as the immediate basis of art that has inherited the speech function of influencing 'another'; this relation of personality to 'another' is treated as its relation to death.
The author's discussion is based on the works of Edgar Allan Рое and of Vazha Pshavela.
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