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Publisher Description

These papers from the 2002 North American Conference of Jungian Analysts and Candidates address the process of terror as it confronts us in international situations and in outbreaks of violence in homes and schools. The thirteen contributors, seasoned Jungian analysts and psychotherapists, have often faced the reality of undermining destructiveness in their work with clients. Here they offer their theoretical and therapeutic insights, drawing from their experience of the psyche’s healing resources to identify the consciousness we need if we are to survive and reverse the contagion of hostility.

This book provides an opportunity to learn what can inform the human spirit to prevail over the forces that threaten its integrity and compassion.






Contents

Preface 

by John Beebe

Explaining Evil

by Clarissa Pinkola Estés

Kidnapping: Latin Americas Terror

by Jacqueline Gerson

A View from the Islamic Side: Terror, Violence, and Transformation in the Life of an Eleventh Century Muslim

by Judith Hecker

Archetypal Hatred as Social Bond:  Strategies for its Dissolution

by John Dourley

Response to John Dourley

by Beverley Zabriskie

Escape/No Escape: The Persistence of Terror  in the Lives of Two Women

by Mary Dougherty 

Cultural Complexes and Archetypal Defenses  of the Group Spirit

by Thomas Singer 

Cultural Complexes and Collective Shadow Processes

by Samuel L. Kimbles

Blood Payments

by Sherry Salman

Music and the Psychology of Pacifism:  Benjamin Brittens War Requiem

by Arthur D. Colman 

The Impulse to Destroy in Thomas Hardys Jude The Obscure

by Arlene TePaske Landau 

Wrestling with God: From the Book of Job  to the Poets of the Shoah

by Naomi Ruth Lowinsky

Jung, Spielrein and Nash:  Three Beautiful Minds Confronting the Impulse to Love or to Destroy in the Creative Process

by Brian Skea

GENRE
Self-Development
RELEASED
2003
October 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
410
Pages
PUBLISHER
Daimon
SELLER
Anne Imhoff
SIZE
2
Mb

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