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Author: Ann Casement
Publisher: London : Karnac, 2007.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Casement
ISBN: 9781855754034 1855754037
OCLC Number: 84151493
Description: xvi, 375 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Jung in Japanese academy / Toshio Kawai --
Ruptured time and the re-enchantment of modernity / Roderick Main --
Who owns Jungian psychology? Jung in Brazilian academia / Denise Gimenez Ramos --
The challenge of teaching Jung in the university / David Tacey --
Analytical psychology and Michael Fordham / James Astor --
Can we prevent colonization of the mind? Traditional culture in South Africa / Astrid Berg --
The new, the now and the nowhere in Kalsched's archetypal self-care system / M.D.A. Sinamson and A.M. Cone-Farran --
Some memories and reflections concerning my time at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich (1956 until 2006) / Mario Jacoby --
The legacy of C.G. Jung / Thomas B. Kirsch --
Philemon Foundation / Ann Casement, in collaboration with Sonu Shamdasani --
The incomplete works of Jung / Sonu Shamdasani --
The founding the The Journal of Analytical Psychology / Ann Casement --
Reconsidering imitation / Joe Cambray --
Psychology-the study of the soul's logical life / Wolfgang Giegerich --
The transcendent function and Hegel's dialectical vision / Hester McFarland Solomon --
From moments of meeting to archetypal consciousness : emergence and the fractal structure of analytic practice / George B. Hogenson --
Who owns the unconscious? or Why psychoanalysts need to "own" Jung / Jean Knox --
Jung and neuroscience : the making of mind / Margaret Wilkinson.
Responsibility: edited by Ann Casement.

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Aims to celebrate the diversity and interdisciplinary thinking that is a feature of the international Jungian community. This book is divided into sections as follows: Academic, clinical, history,  Read more...

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'This collection of essays meets the critical challenge of presenting both the core of traditional Jungian theory and the emergent edge of current Jungian thought. Through her selections and expert Read more...

 
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