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The black and white concreteness of immediate affect renders nuance and ambivalence void, as neither can be tolerated. In later work, Grotstein (1978:57) refers to the narcissism of the „zero dimension‟ where there is ‗no space for manoeuvring of thought‘. He describes this psychological state as one in which there is ‗no differentiation‘; reinforcing the Kleinian insight into autistic or psychotic states, in which the main victim is thought, which by its very nature must „breathe‟ in time and space.
Creativity : fostering, measuring and contexts by Alessandra M. Corrigan