Hermann von Keyserling C.G Jung Faust lettersRead more
Jung’s dream of himself and his father in the encounter with the “highest presence”. From C.G Jung & A. Jaffé, […]Read more
In a letter of November 19, 1960, Jung explains the inscription: By the way, you seek the enigmatic oracle Vocatus atque […]Read more
Philosophy and Theology professor Sean McGrath explains Carl Gustav Jung’s view on evil and some misconceptions of it in the Jungian field. This excerpt is taken from the third episode of the podcast Psychology & The Cross.Read more
After Jung’s death Karl Kerényi wrote, “If I now, looking back upon the phenomenon C.G Jung, put into words what […]Read more
I knew a woman. She was the founder of the Jung Center in Houston, Texas. Her name was Ruth Thacker Fry. She was a really eccentric, kind of weird woman but very charismatic, a big woman with red hair. And she knew Jung and she studied at the Jung Institute in the 1950s.Read more
Sean McGrath is a Professor of Philosophy and Theology, a renowned researcher of the philosophical roots of the unconscious and a former professed catholic Monk. In this episode McGrath first shares some of his learnings from the monastery before helping us to understand how Jung (mis)understood evil and the role of the feminine in Christianity.
In this short segment, Amy explains Kierkegaard and Jung’s views on anxiety, despair and neurosis and the potential to be found in mental suffering. This is bonus material to the last episode of the Psychology & The Cross podcast.
What is the therapeutic value of faith? In this short segment scholar, Amy Cook explains both Kierkegaard and Jung’s views on ‘the therapeutic value of faith’.