Title: Dialectics & Analytical Psychology: The El Capitan Canyon Seminar
Author(s): Wolfgang Giegerich, David Leroy Miller, Greg Mogenson
Topic(s): Psychology, Jungian, Movements
Details: What is dialectical thinking and why do we need it in psychology? How are “moments of truth” to be psychologically discerened and differentiated? How does the recognition of the historicity of archetypal and mythological materials relate to their interpretation? In a seminar held in the El Capitan Canyon near Santa Barbara in June of 2004, the renowned Jungian analyst Wolfgang Giegerich, along with conversation partners, David L. Miller and Greg Mogenson, tackled these important questions while at the same time thinking Jungian psychology forward in a radically new way. Conceived to meet “the call for more” that followed the publication of Giegerich’s landmark book, The Soul’s Logical Life, this volume also serves as the most accessible introduction to Giegerich’s approach to psychology for the first-time reader of his work. A valuable resource for students of fairy tale, myth, and depth psychology, this volume includes a complete and up-to-date bibliography of Gigerich’s writings in all languages.
Extra Author Details: Giegerichˏ Wolfgang : 1942-, Millerˏ David Leroy [Author], Mogensonˏ Greg : 1959- [Author]
Fast Tags: Mythology–Psychological aspects, Psychoanalysis, Archetype (Psychology), Jungian psychology