Elena Caramazza

Elena Caramazza, MD and Pediatrician, is an IAAP member, AIPA preceptor and Jungian analyst. She has published several papers and reviews concerning Jungian thought and analytical psychology and practices privately as an analyst in Rome. She is the author, with Murray Stein, of Temporality, Shame, and the Problem of Evil in Jungian Psychology: An Exchange of Ideas. She is the author of the book Silenzio a Praga (Moretti e Vitali) and also wrote a chapter "L'Ombra" in Trattato di Psicologia Analitica.

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The Absolute Shadow: Destiny, Fate, and Intergenerational Processes in Analytical Psychology

The Absolute Shadow: Destiny, Fate, and Intergenerational Processes in Analytical Psychology

by Elena Caramazza

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This book explores Jung’s central concept of shadow from a particular configuration that the author calls "Absolute Shadow," placing it in relation to the idea of destiny as... (more)

Gender Space and Power

Gender Space and Power

by Mino Vianello, Elena Caramazza

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Presenting the key concept of 'ovular space' as opposed to 'rectilinear' spatial concepts as a new paradigm for social analysis, the authors put forward a wide-ranging social and cultural critique... (more)

Temporality, Shame, and the Problem of Evil in Jungian Psychology: An Exchange of Ideas

Temporality, Shame, and the Problem of Evil in Jungian Psychology: An Exchange of Ideas

by Murray Stein, Elena Caramazza

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In a unique epistolary style, authors Murray Stein and Elena Caramazza share their rich and reflective conversations surrounding the themes of temporality, shame, and evil through letters, essays,... (more)

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