EVENT

7. RE-THINKING SEX AND EROS IN C.G. JUNG'S PSYCHOLOGY

Thursday, November 24, 2022

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7:30 pm

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HOST

Tommaso Priviero

DATE & TIME

Thursday, November 24, 2022

7:30 pm

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9:30 pm

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COST

£30

LOCATION

Online

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SUBJECTS COVERED

Fundamentals, Psychology and Relision, Transference and Countertransference

DESCRIPTION

This seminar aims to explore a few problematic aspects of a very challenging, yet still largely overlooked question: C. G. Jung’s distinctive contribution to the understanding of sexuality and its implications, in theory and practice, for those who work in the multifarious world of Jungian psychology. The purpose of this seminar lies on the invitation to re-assess the question of Jung and eros, with a particular emphasis on debunking myths and misconceptions that still arise around Jung and sex, whilst offering a fresh accurate historical understanding of the fundamental place of this topic within Jung’s psychology.

READING

Fromm, E. (1956), The Art of Loving. New York:Harper & Row

Hillman, J. (2015/1995), ‘Pink Madness, or Why Does Aphrodite Drive Men Crazy with Pornography?’ In Mythic Figures. Washington, DC: Spring Publications.

Jung, C. G., Shamdasani, S.(ed.) (2009), The Red Book 1913-1959: Liber novus. New York/London: W. W. Norton & Company. P.245-248.

Shamdasani, S. (2003), Jung and the Making of Modern Psychology: The Dream of a Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. P.249-258.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY

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