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Heideggerian Critque of C. G. Jung"s Concept of the Self (Studies in the Psychology of Religion)
Michael J. Langlais
November 30, 2004
by Edwin Mellen Press
Written in English
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My study of Jung on dreams extracted all the articles that are in The Collected Works of C.G. Jung (CW hereafter). I performed a comprehensive search of all essays explicitly citing the word “dream” in the title (although there is no doubt that Jung’s references and discussions on dreams are spread much farther and wider throughout numerous other writings in CW). Carl Gustav Jung (/jʊŋ/; German: [ˈkarl ˈɡʊstaf jʊŋ]), often referred to as C. G. Jung, was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. Jung proposed and developed the concepts of extraversion and introversion; archetypes, and the collective unconscious/5().
The term self-concept is a general term used to refer to how someone thinks about, evaluates or perceives themselves. To be aware of oneself is to have a concept of oneself. Baumeister () provides the following self-concept definition. -Carl G. Jung-Synchronicity, or astrology, in Jung’s psychoanalysis. Jung developed the concept of “synchronicity” in his theory. It is this hypothesis that brings astrology into psychoanalysis. Synchronicity refers to events that generate a coincidence. They happen at .
C. G. Jung and the Crisis in Western Civilization: The Psychology of Our Time $ – $ In this book author John Cahman traces the history of Western Civilization as a developmental process and shows how our time marks a great turning point in that story as we leave an age of sexism, racism, and hierarchy and enter one of individuation. Jung’s Answer to Job: A Commentary By Paul Bishop Hove and New York: Brunner-Routledge Publication date: pages Paper ISBN One of the achievements of this remarkable and scholarly book is to illuminate Jung’s entire opus though its comprehensive attention to one of the most striking and distinctive of the Collected Bishop’s commentary is a beautifully.
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The Self being, psychologically speaking, the equivalent of the concept of supreme deity or God. The identifying of the ego with the Self can lead to inflation or, in Jung's words, to "a sort of nebulous superman with a puffed-up ego". (On the Nature of the Psyche," CW 8, par.
) Jung about the Self and the individuation process. Martin Heidegger (–) initially a student of Edmund Husserl (–) and later as his assistant at Freiburg University (–) is viewed as the successive “intellectual pillar” in the phenomenological movement following Husserl (Dowling, ; Healy, ).His publication Being and Time (Heidegger, ) challenged existing Husserlian phenomenological ideals, arguing Cited by: The Red Book is a red leather‐bound folio manuscript crafted by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung between and about It recounts and comments upon the author's psychological experiments between andand is based on manuscripts first drafted by Jung in –15 and Despite being nominated as the central work in Jung's oeuvre, it was not published or made Cited by: Heidegger's concepts of anxiety and mortality draw on Kierkegaard and are indebted to the way in which the latter lays out the importance of our subjective relation to truth, our existence in the face of death, the temporality of existence, and the importance of passionate Doctoral advisor: Arthur Schneider (PhD.
Carl Jung () was a Swiss psychiatrist who is today most noted for founding the school of analytical psychology and for his work on archetypes, introversion and extroversion, and the.
In literature, the shadow is often presented as a villainous character - for instance, as the snake in the Garden of Eden or The Jungle Book.
Jung also observed Hyde, whom Dr. Jekyll transforms into, as representing the character's shadow in Robert Louis Stevenson's novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Anima/Animus archetypes. The self is an archetype that represents the unified unconsciousness and consciousness of an individual.
Jung often represented the self as a circle, square, or mandala. Creating the self occurs through a process known as individuation, in which the various aspects of personality are integrated.
The critique focuses on Jung's belief that the origins of archetypes (and their basis in the collective unconscious) transcend the individual, in that they reflect an ancestral or universal essence.
The critique also examines a related notion of Jung's, that the collective unconscious unites us with the world around us in an immediate. Editorial team.
General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. The Collected Works of C. Jung: Aion by C. Jung. Collection collectedworkscgjung; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English Volume Volume Notes.
some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. there is talk of a theory serving as a guide to self-knowledge. There is and can be no self-knowledge based on theoretical assumptions, for the object of self-knowledge is an individual – a relative exception and an irregular phenomenon.
Hence it is not the universal and the regular that characterize the indi-vidual, but rather the unique. Book Table of Contents. Chapter Contents. Prev page. Next page. Jung's Theory. Jung's theory, like Freud's, is a depth psychology. It assumes the important factors influencing personality are in the unconscious.
However, Jung did not use Freud's concepts of id and super-ego. Like Freud, Jung called the mind as a whole the psyche. The psyche is. He was particularly drawn to Gross’s ideas about the "life-enhancing value of eroticism" and his concept of "free love".
Jung wrote in his book, The Jung QUOTES from C.G. Jung. The Self. The Self, according to Jung, was the sum total of the psyche, with all its potential included. This is the part of the psyche that looks forward, that contains the drive toward fulfillment and wholeness.
In this, the Self was said to drive the process of individuation, the quest of the individual to reach his or her fullest potential. "Much of the material in this book and many of the conclusions are fascinating.
There is a great deal here to illustrate the background of modern mysticism and much which the reader, of whatever orientation, will regard as insight.", Psychiatric Quarterly "Aion contains some of Jung's most advanced thinking on the integrative principles of the psyche, and on the relation of matter to the Reviews: The Undiscovered Self seems to take the position that Marxism is a problem in the modern world, but that the materialist views prominent in "the West" are just as problematic.
Background: this would have been the early-to-mid s, "Marxism" in this definition seems to have been primarily Stalinism, "the West" would have implied west of the Iron Curtain.
Although leaving a rich cultural legacy, C.G. Jung has had very little influence on modern psychology. A modern college textbook will typically confine discussion of him to a paragraph or two, mentioning him in reference to Freud and psychoanalysis, perhaps referring to his word-association work, perhaps summarizing his theory of a collective unconscious in a sentence/5(66).
Achieving the right balance between what Jung called the ego and self is central to his theory of personality development Mon 30 May. The Self in Jungian psychology is a dynamic concept which has undergone numerous modifications since it was first conceptualised as one of the Jungian archetypes.
Historically, the Self, according to Carl Jung, signifies the unification of consciousness and unconsciousness in a person, and representing the psyche as a whole. It is realized as the product of individuation, which in his view is.
Jung, quoted in John A. Sanford, The Strange Trial of Mr. Hyde. A New Look at the Nature of Human Evil (San Francisco: Harper & Row, ), Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales. The Zofingia Lectures, published as supplementary volume A of the Collected Works of C.
G. Jung (hereafter CW), trans. Jan van Heurck (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ). The crucial passages are paras. 95, 96,2.Jung's method in psychotherapy follows the Freud's one, as he often admitted. In rare cases, when the Freudian is not sufficient, Jung would apply also a complementary method that should guide the patient to a personal confrontation with the archetypes of the collective unconscious.
This confrontation aims at the assimilation of the archetypal information leading to the extension of.In Jungian theory, the Self is one of the signifies the coherent whole, unified consciousness and unconscious of a person. The Self, according to Jung, is realised as the product of individuation, which in Jungian view is the process of integrating one's Jung, the self is symbolised by the circle (especially when divided in four quadrants), the square, or the mandala.