- Books

Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism #2020

Jung and the Shadow of Anti Semitism In analysts gathered at a conference in NYC in workshops at the Internat l Ass n for Analytical Psychology conference in Paris to address rumors of Jung s anti Semitism Papers for these events w

  • Title: Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism
  • Author: Aryeh Maidenbaum
  • ISBN: 9780892540402
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism By Aryeh Maidenbaum, In 1989, analysts gathered at a conference in NYC in workshops at the Internat l Ass n for Analytical Psychology conference in Paris to address rumors of Jung s anti Semitism Papers for these events were 1st published as Lingering Shadows Jungians, Freudians Anti Semitism This revised, updated edition of that publication examines both the historical merits oIn 1989, analysts gathered at a conference in NYC in workshops at the Internat l Ass n for Analytical Psychology conference in Paris to address rumors of Jung s anti Semitism Papers for these events were 1st published as Lingering Shadows Jungians, Freudians Anti Semitism This revised, updated edition of that publication examines both the historical merits of the rumors the psychological implications of continued interest in this question This work is a revealing look at how the Jungian community has reconciled the dichotomy of Jung the genius with Jung the person living in the society of his time Included are new material by Joan Dulles Buresch Talley, Sanford L Drob, J Marvin Spiegelman, Jerome Bernstein, Jane Reid, Jay Sherry, plus an updated chronology bibliographic essay Other contributors include Geoffrey Cocks, Adolf Guggenb hl Craig, Werner Engel, Micha Neumann, Paul Roazen, Marga Speicher Ann Belford Ulanov While applying for a postdoctoral grant to study at the C.G Jung Institute in Switzerland, Maidenbaum was confronted with rumors of Jung s anti Semitism Tho he managed to swiftly rebut the accusations, he became increasingly uncomfortable with his ignorance on the topic Today, Maidenbaum is known not only for his research knowledge of the subject, but also for bringing the question to the forefront of the Jungian community.CreditsAcknowledgmentsPrefaceIntroductionJung anti Semitism Paul RoazenThe Nazis C.G Jung Geoffrey CocksJung, anti Semitism the Weimar years 1918 33 Jay SherryThe C.G Jung Allen Dulles correspondence Joan Dulles Buresch TalleyInstead of heat, light Jay SherryOn the relationship between Erich Neumann C.G Jung Micha NeumannLingering shadows a personal perspective Aryeh MaidenbaumScapegoating the double cross Ann Belford UlanovCollective shadow integration of the Jungian community atonement Jerome BernsteinReflections on Jung collective anti Semitism Adolf Guggenbu hl CraigJung, anti Semitism the Nazi regime Marga SpeicherThoughts memories of C.G Jung Werner H EngelA personal reflection on Jung anti Semitism J Marvin SpiegelmanJung, Kabbalah Judaism Sanford L DrobThe shadows still linger Aryeh MaidenbaumAppendicesReferencesOther Important Works

    • DOWNLOAD AUDIOBOOK ☆ Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism - by Aryeh Maidenbaum
      267 Aryeh Maidenbaum
    • thumbnail Title: DOWNLOAD AUDIOBOOK ☆ Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism - by Aryeh Maidenbaum
      Posted by:Aryeh Maidenbaum
      Published :2020-04-12T21:36:06+00:00

    1 thought on “Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitism

    1. This book and its predecessor, Lingering Shadows, ought put to rest lingering doubts about C.G Jung s relationships with Jews and the Nazis at least until original documentation is released by his descendants Whatever one s estimation of Jung s moral character, this examination speaks well of the community of analytical psychologists.Having been close to the community of depth psychologists myself many long years ago, I was pleased to read about Mortimer Ostow himself a psychoanalyst at whose h [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *