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Jungian thought in the modern world / edited by Elphis Christopher and Hester McFarland Solomon.

Contributor(s): Christopher, Elphis [editor] | Solomon, Hester [editor]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Free Association Books, [2000]Description: xxvi, 277 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1853434671 (pbk.); 1853434663 (hbk)Subject(s): Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 | Psychoanalysis | Jungian psychologyDDC classification: 150.19/54 LOC classification: BF173 | .J86 2000
Contents:
Foreword - Gordon Lawrence. Introduction - Elphis Christopher and Hester McFarland Solomon. Part 1 - Jungian thought and the individual. 1 Models of the self - Warren Colman. 2 Jung and his family; a contemporary paradigm - Ann Kutek. 3 Gender issues; anima and animus - Elphis Christopher. Part 2 - Jungian thought and the collective. 4 Modern Western society; the making of myth and meaning - Helen Morgan. 5 Racism in the shadow of Jung; the myth of white supremacy - Stephen Gross. 6 Warring opposites - Ann Kutek. Part 3 - Jungian thought and the new sciences. 7 The new physics through a Jungian perspective - Helen Morgan. 8 Recent developments in the neurosciences - Hester McFarland Solomon. 9 Creative life in a scientific world - Michael Simpson. 10 The environment; our Mother Earth - Jean Pearson. Part 4 - Jungian thought and the religious, ethical and creative spirit. 11 Jung and Christianity; wrestling with God - Christopher MacKenna. 12 The ethical self - Hester McFarland Solomon. 13 Spirits and spirituality - Dale Mathers. 14 Jung's influence in literature and the arts - John Clay. 15 Winter's ragged hand; creativity in the face of death - Geraldine Godsil
Summary: 'In this unique book Jungian analysts and psychotherapists from the Jungian section of the British Association of Psychotherapists explore the relevance of Jung's ideas for some of the most important and pressing issues facing us as we embark upon a new millennium....the contributors explore and extend Jung's ideas to show how they provide fresh insight into perennial human situations.'
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword - Gordon Lawrence. Introduction - Elphis Christopher and Hester McFarland Solomon. Part 1 - Jungian thought and the individual. 1 Models of the self - Warren Colman. 2 Jung and his family; a contemporary paradigm - Ann Kutek. 3 Gender issues; anima and animus - Elphis Christopher. Part 2 - Jungian thought and the collective. 4 Modern Western society; the making of myth and meaning - Helen Morgan. 5 Racism in the shadow of Jung; the myth of white supremacy - Stephen Gross. 6 Warring opposites - Ann Kutek. Part 3 - Jungian thought and the new sciences. 7 The new physics through a Jungian perspective - Helen Morgan. 8 Recent developments in the neurosciences - Hester McFarland Solomon. 9 Creative life in a scientific world - Michael Simpson. 10 The environment; our Mother Earth - Jean Pearson. Part 4 - Jungian thought and the religious, ethical and creative spirit. 11 Jung and Christianity; wrestling with God - Christopher MacKenna. 12 The ethical self - Hester McFarland Solomon. 13 Spirits and spirituality - Dale Mathers. 14 Jung's influence in literature and the arts - John Clay. 15 Winter's ragged hand; creativity in the face of death - Geraldine Godsil

'In this unique book Jungian analysts and psychotherapists from the Jungian section of the British Association of Psychotherapists explore the relevance of Jung's ideas for some of the most important and pressing issues facing us as we embark upon a new millennium....the contributors explore and extend Jung's ideas to show how they provide fresh insight into perennial human situations.'

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