Dreaming the Myth Onwards: C.G. Jung on Christianity and on Hegel

Author(s) : Wolfgang Giegerich

Dreaming the Myth Onwards: C.G. Jung on Christianity and on Hegel

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  • Publisher : Spring Journal and Books
  • Published : 2014
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 488
  • Category :
    Jung and Analytical Psychology
  • Catalogue No : 39941
  • ISBN 13 : 9781935528616
  • ISBN 10 : 1935528610

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Part 2 of the Flight Into the Unconscious - Collected English Papers Volume 6

Psychology, in the view of C.G. Jung, is an inescapably subjective enterprise, its concepts and theories, practices and traditions being themselves an expression of the psyche they were developed to explain. Recognizing this, the discipline must be a critical one. Reflexively turning upon itself, its aim must be that of making the subjective factor conscious, for in this alone (and not in the attainment of any kind of "objective" knowledge) resides the authority of psychology's discourse. The furthering of psychology, it follows, depends upon the critical efforts of its most seminal contributors. It requires thinkers for whom the notion of soul has served both as vital inspiration and binding commitment. With its publication of the Collected English Papers of Wolfgang Giegerich, Spring Journal Books makes available to the psychological reader the work of one of archetypal psychology's most brilliant theorists. A practicing Jungian analyst and a long-time contributor to the field, Giegerich is renowned for his dedication to the substance of Jungian thought and for his unparalleled ability to think it through with both rigor and speculative strength. The product of over three decades of critical reflection, Giegerich's English papers are collected in six volumes: The Neurosis of Psychology (Vol. 1), Technology and the Soul (Vol. 2), Soul-Violence (Vol. 3), The Soul Always Thinks (Vol. 4), The Flight into the Unconscious (Vol. 5), and C.G. Jung on Christianity and on Hegel (Vol. 6).

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