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ユングと哲学

Jung and Philosophy

1

(Philosophy and Psychoanalysis)

Mills, Jon (EDT)

Routledge 2019/04
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367204846
eISBN: 9780429537356
KNPID: EY00343166
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Although the works of C.G. Jung have received worldwide attention, there has been surprisingly little engagement by philosophers. In this volume, internationally recognized philosophers, Jungian analysts, and scholars attempt to fill this void in the literature. Although Jung did not have a formalized, systematic philosophy, the philosophical implications of his thought are explored in relation to his key theoretical postulates on archetypes, the collective unconscious, the mind-body problem, phenomenology, epistemology, psychology of religion, alchemy, myth, ethics, aesthetics, and the question of transcendence. Through analyzing Jung philosophically, new vistas emerge for enhanced explication, theoretical refinement, revision, and redirecting shifts in emphasis that lend more proper cohesion to Jung’s philosophy.

For the first time we may observe philosophers attempting to unpack the philosophical consequences of Jung’s thought applied to many traditional topics covered in the humanities and the social sciences. Given that Jung has not been historically taken up by philosophers, critiqued, nor applied to contemporary theories of mind, culture, and human nature, this is the first book of its kind. It is argued that a new generation of research in analytical psychology can benefit from philosophical scrutiny and theoretical fortification.

Jung and Philosophy will be of interest to psychoanalysts, philosophers, cultural theorists, religious scholars, and the disciplines of depth psychology and post-Jungian studies.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Philosophizing Jung Jon Mills

  1. The Collective Unconscious Jon Mills
  2. The Archetype Debate George B. Hogenson
  3. Jung and the Mind-Body Problem Eric D. Goodwyn
  4. Empiricism, Skepticism, and Belief in Jung’s Epistemology Marco Heleno Barreto
  5. A Critique of C. G. Jung’s Philosophical Basis for Selfhood: Theory Vexed by an Incorporeal Ontology Robin McCoy Brooks
  6. Phenomenological Practices and Philosophical Insights in Jung Cecile T. Tougas
  7. Jung’s Answer to Job: Toward a "Sensible" Mysticism Garth Amundson
  8. Jung, the Numinous, and the Philosophers: On Immanence and Transcendence in Religious Experience John R. White
  9. Jung on Myth Robert A. Segal
  10. What’s the Matter—with Alchemical Recipes? Philosophy and Filth in the Forging of Jung’s Alchemical Psychology Stanton Marlan
  11. Jung, Time, and Ethics Ladson Hinton
  12. Jung, Literature, and Aesthetics Christian McMillan
  13. Jung, Science, and Technology Raya A. Jones