Fatherson; a self psychology of the archetypal masculine
- Wilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1994
- 158p.; illus.; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; index
Kohut, Heinz : Fatherson mutuality: Kohut and the self object, p25-48.. Twain, Mark : The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn : see index.. Film : Rebel Without A Cause : p2.. Pirsig, Robert : Zen and The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance : see index.. Caro, Robert : The Years of Lyndon Johnson : p114-19, 121-22.. Balder (The Word) : see index under Baldr.
1. The archetypes' contested self. 2. Fatherson mutuality: Kohut and the Selfobject. 3. Psychoanalytic fathers and their sons. 4. cross-bodying: Anima and Fatherson as complementary archetypes of consciousness. 5. the failed father: old reprobates and their sons. 6. Fatherson and the King. 7. de/centering and cultural cannibalism. 8. initiating the Father through death. 9. toward an archetypal Self psychology.
'In the modern postindustrial West, discord and neglect seem increasingly to dominate the father-son relationship, to the point that for many men the father-son bond has been disrupted, or was never adequately formed in the first place.'
Masculinity (Psychology) Tales--Psychological Aspects Literature--Psychological Aspects Mythology--Psychological Aspects Archetype (Psychology) Fathers and Sons Men--Psychology Kohut, Heinz (1913-1981) Beauty and the beast (Tale) Bhagavadgita Bly, Robert Death Freud, Sigmund. 1856-1939 God Hillman, James Hinduism Buddhism Twain, Mark Inden, Ronald B. Initiation Rites and Ceremonies Bly, Robert Iron John Jung, Paul Shakespeare, William. 1564-1616 : King Lear King Archetype Love--Psychological Aspects Masculine Principle Feminine Principle Moore, Robert Mother Archetype Murder Perry, John Weir Psyche, Objective Motion Pictures--Psychological Aspects Dean, James, 1931-1955 Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 Pirsig, Robert Father Archetype Archetype (Psychology) Johnson, Lyndon Balder (Norse deity)
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