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Free eBook Integrity in Depth (Carolyn and Ernest Fay Series in Analytical Psychology) download ISBN: 1585444634
Author: David H. Rosen,John Beebe
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press; New Ed edition (August 9, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 192
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Psychology
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Integrity in Depth explores the concept of integrity in many contexts. It includes important contributions to the discussion of ethics in psychotherapy.

Dr. Beebe, a psychiatrist, Jungian analyst and scholar, has found a way to write effectively about a term that encompasses many qualities including authenticity, completeness, wholeness, and honesty. Integrity in Depth explores the concept of integrity in many contexts.

1/85765 A measure of our need for integrity, John Beebe writes, is that "we rarely allow ourselves an examination of the concept itself. To do so would betray an unspoken philosophic, poetic, and psychological rule of our culture: not to disturb the mystery of what we desire most.

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A measure of our need for integrity, John Beebe writes, is that "we rarely allow ourselves an examination of the concept itself. In this sensitive, broadly ranging, and surprisingly detailed work, Beebe reveals much about the nature of integrity while honoring its central mystery. In the process he clarifies not only the importance, but the psychological meaning of this quality.

The Book Series and Lecture Series address topics of im-portance to the individual and to society. II. Series: Carolyn and Ernest Fay series in analytical psychology ; no. 15. BF175. C65C36 2009 15. 9'54-dc22 2009011108.

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David H. Rosen (born February 25, 1945 in Port Chester, New York) is an. .Integrity in Depth" by John Beebe. Rosen (born February 25, 1945 in Port Chester, New York) is an American psychiatrist, Jungian analyst, and author, who was the first holder of the McMillan Professorship in Analytical Psychology, Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, and Professor of Humanities in Medicine at Texas A&M University.

I am deeply indebted to David Rosen and Carolyn Fay for choosing me as a Fay lecturer and for giving me the opportunity to present my ideas at Texas A&M University. David was a superb guide through the entire process and an impeccable host during my stay at College Station. In David I have found a fellow traveler into the depths of darkness.

In this book, Beebe reveals much about the nature of integrity while honoring its central mystery

In this book, Beebe reveals much about the nature of integrity while honoring its central mystery. Beebe traces the evolution of the concept from a moral and theological notion to a psychological one. He explores the Eastern understanding of integrity, as well, basing his discussion on pre-Confucian manuscripts of the Tao Te Ching. Viewing anxiety and shame as functions of integrity, he shows the contributions depth psychology can make to integrity's development.

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A measure of our need for integrity, John Beebe writes, is that "we rarely allow ourselves an examination of the concept itself. To do so would betray an unspoken philosophic, poetic, and psychological rule of our culture: not to disturb the mystery of what we desire most." In this sensitive, broadly ranging, and surprisingly detailed work, Beebe reveals much about the nature of integrity while honoring its central mystery. In the process he clarifies not only the importance, but the psychological meaning of this quality. He presents a way of working in psychotherapeutic relationships not only with integrity, but on integrity. Starting with a careful examination of integritas, a word that appears to have been introduced by Cicero, Beebe traces the evolution of the concept from a moral and theological notion to a psychological one. He explores the Eastern understanding of integrity, as well, basing his discussion on pre-Confucian manuscripts of the Tao Te Ching. Viewing anxiety and shame as functions of integrity, he shows the contributions depth psychology can make to integrity's development. He summons the Puritan Forefather as a repressed archetype of integrity, then looks at the ways sex difference and our resulting notions of gender have colored our culture's experience and expression of integrity. He goes beyond C. G. Jung's concept of the anima/feminine principle to present a masculine as well as feminine access to integration and wholeness for men and women. Pointing to the all-important role of the psychological shadow in defining the limits of any moral standpoint, he helps us to locate integrity as the part of a person that is consistent in accepting the ever-shifting wholeness of the total personality. Drawing on his own years of experience as a psychotherapist, Beebe shows how the holding environment of psychotherapy can use delight and rage, dreams and transference to reveal and foster individual integrity. A fairy tale of healing from the Grimm Brothers draws together the strands of his argument in a powerful call for integrity to be not only the goal but the means of therapy. Integrity in Depth is a ground-breaking work that moves the reader to think in a new way about the psychological basis of moral wholeness.