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Jung On War Politics And Nazi Germany

Author: Nicholas Lewin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429915330
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In the thirties Jung was at the height of his powers and found himself swept up in the international politics of his day. At this time he was president of what was to become the International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy. As a consequence of Hitler's rise, Jung and his ideas were placed in the centre of a whirlwind of theoretical and political controversy. These chaotic times led him to comment widely on political events and saw his most extensive attempt to explain these events in terms of his theories of the collective and his use of the archetype of Wotan to explain Nazi Germany. This work is part of the ongoing reappraisal of the intellectual fabric of Jung's theory and the perspective he sought to establish, and seeks to re-examine the period, to unravel some of the confusion by setting out the historical background of Jung's ideas, and provide a fresh debate on Jung and his collective theory.

Edgar Julius Jung Right Wing Enemy Of The Nazis

Author: Roshan Magub
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1571139664
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Early influences and the shaping of the personality (1894-1918) -- Entry into politics and the fight against separatism: Jung's years in the Pfalz (1918-24) -- Jung's pursuit of leadership of the Conservative Revolution (1925-31) -- With Papen in the eye of the storm: the final years (1932-34) -- Conclusion

Jung S Evolving Views Of Nazi Germany

Author: William Schoenl
Publisher: Chiron Publications
ISBN: 1630514098
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This book describes for the first time Jung’s views of Nazi Germany during the whole period from the Nazi takeover in 1933 to the end of World War II. It brings together the authors’ research in archives and primary sources during the past 10 years. It is untenable to hold that Jung was a "Nazi sympathizer" after Nazi Germany's first year. In spring 1934 he entered into a transition during which he became warier of the Nazis and of statements that might be construed as anti-Semitic. From 1934 to 1939 he became increasingly warier of the Nazis. His views were strongly anti-Nazi in relation to events during World War II. William Schoenl is professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University, where he taught for 45 years. His recent publications include Jung’s Evolving Views of Nazi Germany: From 1936 to the End of World War II, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 59(2), (April 2014) and An Answer to the Question: Was Jung, for a Time, a “Nazi Sympathizer” or Not?, Jung Journal, 6(4), (Fall 2012). His books include C. G. Jung: His Friendships with Mary Mellon and J. B. Priestley (Chiron, 1998). Linda Schoenl, RN, is co-author with William of Jung’s Views of Nazi Germany: The First Year and Jung’s Transition, Journal of Analytical Psychology, (in press). She was a registered nurse in the Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Sparrow Health System, Lansing, Michigan for 37 years. She and William were the Nyaka Aids Orphans Foundation Volunteers of the Year (Uganda 2015).

Jung S Evolving Views Of Nazi Germany

Author: William Schoenl
Publisher: Chiron Publications
ISBN: 1630514098
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This book describes for the first time Jung’s views of Nazi Germany during the whole period from the Nazi takeover in 1933 to the end of World War II. It brings together the authors’ research in archives and primary sources during the past 10 years. It is untenable to hold that Jung was a "Nazi sympathizer" after Nazi Germany's first year. In spring 1934 he entered into a transition during which he became warier of the Nazis and of statements that might be construed as anti-Semitic. From 1934 to 1939 he became increasingly warier of the Nazis. His views were strongly anti-Nazi in relation to events during World War II. William Schoenl is professor emeritus of history at Michigan State University, where he taught for 45 years. His recent publications include Jung’s Evolving Views of Nazi Germany: From 1936 to the End of World War II, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 59(2), (April 2014) and An Answer to the Question: Was Jung, for a Time, a “Nazi Sympathizer” or Not?, Jung Journal, 6(4), (Fall 2012). His books include C. G. Jung: His Friendships with Mary Mellon and J. B. Priestley (Chiron, 1998). Linda Schoenl, RN, is co-author with William of Jung’s Views of Nazi Germany: The First Year and Jung’s Transition, Journal of Analytical Psychology, (in press). She was a registered nurse in the Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Sparrow Health System, Lansing, Michigan for 37 years. She and William were the Nyaka Aids Orphans Foundation Volunteers of the Year (Uganda 2015).

Eranos

Author: Hans Thomas Hakl
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317548132
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Every year since 1933 many of the world's leading intellectuals have met on Lake Maggiore to discuss the latest developments in philosophy, history, art and science and, in particular, to explore the mystical and symbolic in religion. The Eranos Meetings - named after the Greek word for a banquet where the guests bring the food - constitute one of the most important gatherings of scholars in the twentieth century. The book presents a set of portraits of some of the century's most influential thinkers, all participants at Eranos: Carl Jung, Erich Neumann, Mircea Eliade, Martin Buber, Walter Otto, Paul Tillich, Gershom Scholem, Herbert Read, Joseph Campbell, Erwin Schrodinger, Karl Kereyni, D.T. Suzuki, and Adolph Portmann. The volume presents a critical appraisal of the views of these men, how the exchange of ideas encouraged by Eranos influenced each, and examines the attraction of these esotericists towards authoritarian politics.

Jung S Wandering Archetype

Author: Carrie B. Dohe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317498089
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Is the Germanic god Wotan (Odin) really an archaic archetype of the Spirit? Was the Third Reich at first a collective individuation process? After Friedrich Nietzsche heralded the "death of God," might the divine have been reborn as a collective form of self-redemption on German soil and in the Germanic soul? In Jung’s Wandering Archetype Carrie Dohe presents a study of Jung’s writings on Germanic psychology from 1912 onwards, exploring the links between his views on religion and race and providing his perspective on the answers to these questions. Dohe demonstrates how Jung’s view of Wotan as an archetype of the collective Germanic psyche was created from a combination of an ancient discourse on the Germanic barbarian and modern theories of primitive religion, and how he further employed völkisch ideology and various colonialist discourses to contrast hypothesized Germanic, Jewish and ‘primitive’ psychologies. He saw Germanic psychology as dangerous yet vital, promising rebirth and rejuvenation, and compared Wotan to the Pentecostal Spirit, suggesting that the Germanic psyche contained the necessary tension to birth a new collective psycho-spiritual attitude. In racializing his religiously-inflected psychological theory, Jung combined religious and scientific discourses in a particularly seductive way, masterfully weaving together the objective language of science with the eternal language of myth. Dohe concludes the book by examining the use of these ideas in modern Germanic religion, in which members claim that religion is a matter of race. This in-depth study of Jung’s views on psychology, race and spirituality will be fascinating reading for all academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, religious studies and the history of religion.

Carl Gustav Jung

Author: Jay Sherry
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Carl Gustav Jung has always been a popular but never a fashionable thinker. His ground-breaking theories about dream interpretation and psychological types have often been overshadowed by allegations that he was anti-Semitic and a Nazi sympathizer. Most accounts have unfortunately been marred by factual errors and quotes taken out of context; this has been due to the often partisan sympathies of those who have written about him. This book provides a more accurate and comprehensive account of Jung’s controversial opinions about art, politics, and race.

Analytical Psychology In Exile

Author: C. G. Jung
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400865913
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C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann first met in 1933, at a seminar Jung was conducting in Berlin. Jung was fifty-seven years old and internationally acclaimed for his own brand of psychotherapy. Neumann, twenty-eight, had just finished his studies in medicine. The two men struck up a correspondence that would continue until Neumann's death in 1960. A lifelong Zionist, Neumann fled Nazi Germany with his family and settled in Palestine in 1934, where he would become the founding father of analytical psychology in the future state of Israel. Presented here in English for the first time are letters that provide a rare look at the development of Jung’s psychological theories from the 1930s onward as well as the emerging self-confidence of another towering twentieth-century intellectual who was often described as Jung’s most talented student. Neumann was one of the few correspondence partners of Jung’s who was able to challenge him intellectually and personally. These letters shed light on not only Jung’s political attitude toward Nazi Germany, his alleged anti-Semitism, and his psychological theory of fascism, but also his understanding of Jewish psychology and mysticism. They affirm Neumann’s importance as a leading psychologist of his time and paint a fascinating picture of the psychological impact of immigration on the German Jewish intellectuals who settled in Palestine and helped to create the state of Israel. Featuring Martin Liebscher’s authoritative introduction and annotations, this volume documents one of the most important intellectual relationships in the history of analytical psychology.

Jung And The Jungians On Myth

Author: Steven Walker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135347603
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First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Nazi Medicine And The Nuremberg Trials

Author: P. Weindling
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230506054
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This book offers a radically new and definitive reappraisal of Allied responses to Nazi human experiments and the origins of informed consent. It places the victims and Allied Medical Intelligence officers at centre stage, while providing a full reconstruction of policies on war crimes and trials related to Nazi medical atrocities and genocide.