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Field, form, and fate; patterns in mind, nature, and psyche

By: Conforti, Michael
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Seminar series: 18)Woodstock, CT Spring Pub. c1999Description: xv, 144p.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-88214-118-XSubject(s): Archetype (Psychology) | Pattern perception | Self-organizing systems | Jungian psychologyLOC classification: BF 175.5.A72 C66 1999
Contents:
Introduction. 1 Deja vu all over again; repetition in the psyche and the natural world. 2 Patterns in psyche and nature. 3 An archetypal field theory. 4 Archetypal patterns. 5 Replicative patterns; an archetypal perspective. 6 The generation of form; the emergence of matter from psyche. 7 From form to chaos to higher form. 8 From reductionism to induction; shifting the paradigm. 9 Further dimensions of confluence
Abstract: 'This book...draws on findings from the sciences and the work of C. G. Jung to discuss the archetypal dynamics of self-organization as it applies to the individual psyche and the natural world. My position is that Jung's theory of the archetype is the psychological parallel to the scientific theory of self-organizing dynamics in nature.' --Intro.
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Introduction. 1 Deja vu all over again; repetition in the psyche and the natural world. 2 Patterns in psyche and nature. 3 An archetypal field theory. 4 Archetypal patterns. 5 Replicative patterns; an archetypal perspective. 6 The generation of form; the emergence of matter from psyche. 7 From form to chaos to higher form. 8 From reductionism to induction; shifting the paradigm. 9 Further dimensions of confluence

'This book...draws on findings from the sciences and the work of C. G. Jung to discuss the archetypal dynamics of self-organization as it applies to the individual psyche and the natural world. My position is that Jung's theory of the archetype is the psychological parallel to the scientific theory of self-organizing dynamics in nature.' --Intro.

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