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The fires of desire : erotic energies and the spiritual quest

By: Halligan, Fredrica R., ed
Contributor(s): Shea, John J., ed
Material type: TextTextNew York Crossroad c1992Description: 208 p.; ill.; bibliog. refsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0824511700Subject(s): Spiritual life | Desire--Religious aspects | Sex--Religious aspects | Psychology, Religious | Psychoanalysis and religion | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961LOC classification: BL625.55 .F57 1992
Contents:
Introduction: Beginning the quest: whither the divine fire? - Fredrica R. Halligan and John J. Shea. 1 From Freud to Jung and beyond: turning points in psychoanalytic and religious thought - Murray Stein. 2 Psychosis, dreams, and mysticism in the clinical domain - Tomas Agosin. 3 The limits of desire and the desire for limits in psychoanalytic theory - Donald E. Kalsched. 4 Women at mid-life: the queen's quest - Joan Chamberlain Engelsman. 5 Decoding the diamond body: the structure of the deep masculine and the forms of libido - Robert L. Moore. 6 States of consciousness: charting the mystical path - Ewert Cousins. 7 The holding self: Jung and the desire for being - Ann Belford Ulanov. 8 Keeping faith with the future: toward final conscious unity - Fredrica R. Halligan. Epilogue: Emergent issues in psychospiritual discourse - John McDargh, John J. Shea, Fredrica R. Halligan. In Memoriam [Tomas Agosin]
Abstract: '...explores the consequences of Jung's split with Freud over the nature of libido as sexual energy and describes the vicissitudes of that energy's unfolding. The central question is: What is the nature of erotic energy and how may it be transmuted?'
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Introduction: Beginning the quest: whither the divine fire? - Fredrica R. Halligan and John J. Shea. 1 From Freud to Jung and beyond: turning points in psychoanalytic and religious thought - Murray Stein. 2 Psychosis, dreams, and mysticism in the clinical domain - Tomas Agosin. 3 The limits of desire and the desire for limits in psychoanalytic theory - Donald E. Kalsched. 4 Women at mid-life: the queen's quest - Joan Chamberlain Engelsman. 5 Decoding the diamond body: the structure of the deep masculine and the forms of libido - Robert L. Moore. 6 States of consciousness: charting the mystical path - Ewert Cousins. 7 The holding self: Jung and the desire for being - Ann Belford Ulanov. 8 Keeping faith with the future: toward final conscious unity - Fredrica R. Halligan. Epilogue: Emergent issues in psychospiritual discourse - John McDargh, John J. Shea, Fredrica R. Halligan. In Memoriam [Tomas Agosin]

'...explores the consequences of Jung's split with Freud over the nature of libido as sexual energy and describes the vicissitudes of that energy's unfolding. The central question is: What is the nature of erotic energy and how may it be transmuted?'

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