(0:00) “Somewhere Jung says that the only evil is unconsciousness. And this, I think, this touches to your work, Don, […]Read more
Amy Cook is the author is the author of the book ‘Jung and Kierkegaard – Researching a kindred Spirit in the shadows’ (Routledge 2018) and was interviewed for the second episode of ‘Psychology & The Cross’. In this short video clip Amy speaks about Kierkegaard as a psychologist.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 episode, I had the great pleasure to speak to scholar Amy Cook who’s written a bold and beautiful book comparing the psychological projects of the Danish philosopher and Christian existentialist Søren Kierkegaard and C.G Jung.