Analytical Psychology. A Modern Science by Michael Fordham, Rosemary Gordon and Judith Hubback (Eds.)
By Michael Fordham, Rosemary Gordon and Judith Hubback (Eds.)
Divided into elements, the 1st makes a speciality of theoretical thoughts with exact connection with the constitution of the psyche, whereas the second one comprises extra medical fabric. either exemplify the London Society's curiosity in formative years and the advance of principles concerning the use of reductive research in the Jungian framework
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There is, indeed, the asset that the theory can be absolutely generalized. From the generalization deductions can then be drawn without reference to empirical material. If these deductions be found false when tested, the basic theory is not necessarily damaged. The following are clear advantages resulting from adhering to a theory of the self as the whole organism: 34 The empirical foundation in Jung's works ι . In describing the events as deintegration or disintegration of a part of the whole we define a wholeness which can be in a state of integration, deintegration, or disintegration.
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2. g. e. the collective (group) mind, leaves it to the firm resolution of the guilty, cast-out, selfpunishing individual (soul) to die in order to be a baby (reborn). , p. 155), for instance, when Homer says that the clamour assaulted the lamp of day, or that the Argives were penned in, or that Hector darted away. 3. What underlies the metaphor is a simile. When Homer says that Hector sped away like a snow-capped peak it is a simile in c which the similarity verbally often takes the as i f form which 48 What is a symbol supposed to be?