EVENT

12. ANANKE, NECESSITY/INEVITABILITY AND CLINICAL PRACTICE

Thursday, March 25, 2021

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6:30 pm

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8:30 pm

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HOST

Spyros Karvounis

DATE & TIME

Thursday, March 25, 2021

6:30 pm

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8:30 pm

SESSION 2

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SESSION 3

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SESSION 4

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COST

£25

LOCATION

Online

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SUBJECTS COVERED

Psychopathology, Fairytale & Myth, Individuation, Jungian and Post-Jungian Theory and Practice, Cultural Aspects of Analytical Psychology

DESCRIPTION

The aim of the seminar is to examine the presence of necessity in the clinical setting. Necessity was conceived as one of the two founding principle of cosmos, was one of the two functional powers delivering the world into its form, presented to consciousness through the images of the Gods, and comes to each one of us through our sense of vocation. In the clinical room it appears as the objective situation we try to get to, beyond our personal understanding as what is that cannot not be. But, how do we get beyond our own person to get to it, the objective and real? This endeavour will be examined and the fundamental moves traced.

READING

Jung, C. G., Collected Works, Vol. 17, The development of personality, §§ 167-323

Giegerich, W., ‘What is Soul,’ Excursus on emotions and the ‘numinous’ in therapy, pp 234-256, New Orleans, Louisiana: Spring Journal, Inc. (2012)

Hillman, J., Facing the Gods, Ananke and Athene, pp 1-38, Spring Publications, INC. Dallas, Texas (1980)

Kingsley, P., Reality, The Golden Sufi Centre, PO Box 456, Points Reyes, California (2003)

Kirk, G.S., Raven, J.E., Schofield, M., The Presocratic Philosophers, Second Edition, Chapter VIII, Parmenides of Elea, pp. 239-262, Cambridge University Press (2007)

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY

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