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The Soul’s Logical Life

Towards a Rigorous Notion of Psychology

Wolfgang Giegerich

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Beschreibung

C. G. Jung’s psychology was based on an authentic notion of soul, but this notion was only intuitive, implicit, not conceptually worked out. His followers forfeit his heritage, often turning psychology either into pop psychology or into a scientific, clinical enterprise. It is the merit of James Hillman’s archetypal psychology to have brought back the question of soul to psychology. But as imaginal psychology it cannot truly overcome psychology’s positivistic, personalistic bias that it set out to overcome. Its «Gods» can be shown to be virtual-reality type gods because it avoids the question of Truth. Through what logically is the movement of an «absolute-negative interiorization», alchemically a «fermenting corruption», and mythologically a Dionysian dismemberment, one has to go beyond the imaginal to a notion of soul as logical life, logical movement. Only then can psychology be freed from its positivism and cease being a subdivision of anthropology, and can the notion of soul be logically released from its attachment to the notion of the human being.

"... the most important Jungian book since James Hillman's 'Re-Visioning Psychology'". (Michael V. Adams in 'The Round Table Review')

The Author: Wolfgang Giegerich is a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice near Munich. He has lectured internationally and is author of numerous books.

«... the most important Jungian book since James Hillman’s ‘Re-Visioning Psychology’». (Michael V. Adams in ‘The Round Table Review’)

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 282
Erscheinungsdatum 26.10.2007
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-631-56971-9
Verlag Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Maße (L/B/H) 20.8/14.6/1.7 cm
Gewicht 373 g
Auflage 4. Auflage

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  • Contents: «No Admission!» The problem of the entrance into psychology – Jung’s rootedness in the Notion – Alchemy as a precursor of dialectical logic – Critique of imaginal psychology. Sublating (instead of re-visioning) psychology – Presuppositions of psychological myth interpretation – Actaion and Artemis: The pictorial representation of the Notion, the (psycho-) logical interpretation of the myth.