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by James W. Heisig
Author: James W. Heisig
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Heisig, James . 1875-1961, Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961, Psychology, Religious - History. Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on July 21, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
Imago Dei. A study of C. jung's psychology of religion. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1979, 1983. Dr. Heisig painstakingly traces the development of Jungian ideas and challenges the popular view that Jung’s thought took shape after his break with Freud.
James Wallace Heisig (born 1944) is a philosopher who specialises in the field of philosophy of religion. He has published a number of books on topics ranging from the notion of God in analytical psychology, the Kyoto School of Philosophy (including the works of Nishida Kitaro and Tanabe Hajime) to contemporary inter-religious dialogue.
Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961), the founder of Analytical Psychology . Carl Jung was born into a traditional and unusually religious Swiss family. Heisig, J. W. (1979). Imago dei: A study of .
Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961), the founder of Analytical Psychology, ranks as one of the major contributors to the modern psychological understanding of religion and religious experience. His signature work in this area, presented in 1936 in the annual Terry Lectures at Yale University, is Psychology and Religion. Jung’s psychology of religion. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. The varieties of religious experience. London: Longmans, Green, & C. oogle Scholar. Jung, C. (1921/1974).
Jung believed religion was a profound . Imago Dei: A Study of C. The Varieties of Religious Experience : a Study in Human Nature, William James Note: The University of Adelaide Library eBooks @ Adelaide.
Imago Dei: A Study of C.
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This paper considers Jung’s lifelong engagement with the phenomenon of. .
This paper considers Jung’s lifelong engagement with the phenomenon of religion. More specifically, it examines the development of his theories in relation to the stages of his life and how religion gradually assumed a definite place in his theory and practice; moving over from psychiatry through psychoanalysis and typology to the theory of archetypes, and finally to the psychology of religious motifs. From the years spent composing his The Red Book, Jung struggled to understand the psychological and historical effects of Christianity.
I first encountered the tension between theory and experience when at Princeton University I created a course on the psychology of Carl Jung
I first encountered the tension between theory and experience when at Princeton University I created a course on the psychology of Carl Jung. We began with his autobiography so that students learned how Jung's theory grew out of his personal experiences. At the same time, the students kept dream journals to see if they could find the shadow appearing in their dreams as Dr. Jung had found in his. They certainly could and it was great fun. At the end of the course we took a field trip to New York City to meet with the head of training at the C. Jung Institute.