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Psychology and Life

Voices of Jung: Myth, Newton, and Complexity (ONLINE)

Ronald Schenk

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Instructor: Ronald Schenk

Jung’s work was born out of 19th Century scientific certainty, Romantic inclinations, and Christian sensibility, and it matured amidst 20th Century insights regarding the relativization of consciousness. Now a careful “re-visioning” of the core of his project reveals a strong underlying accord with paradoxical post-modern precepts of the predictability of uncertainty and the rational nature of chaos. This lecture will explore ways in which “Jung” can be understood as on the cutting edge of contemporary consciousness regarding our everyday lives both as individuals and as a culture. Running time: approximately 90 minutes.

About the instructor

Ronald Schenk

Ronald Schenk, PhD, Jungian analyst, is currently in private practice in Dallas and Houston, and his interests are in clinical thought, cultural psychology, post-modernism, and the interface of the arts with depth psychology. A senior training analyst and President of the Council of North American Societies of Jungian Analysis, he has written four books, most recently American Soul, and several essays in Jungian publications.

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