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Author: Barbara Keller

. With the rise of biological models, of cognitive behavior therapy, and psychopharmacology psychoanalysis lost its privileged position in the US. In Germany, the history of psychoanalysis was dramatically marked by the rise of fascism. Until today, persons and their decisions and positions taken by the

In: Taking Psychoanalytic and Psychometric Perspectives toward a Binocular Vision of Religion
Author: Jon Mills

not the case for all societies. As we may plainly see in our world governed by violence, chaos, proto-fascism, dictatorship, despotism, and oppression of the masses, absolute self-consciousness (namely, enlightened society) remains merely an abstract ideal, especially for non-democratic nations

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Sean McGrath

. One might want to reflect on why, after fascism, after the Holocaust, this massive cultural reaction to totalizing systems of thought occurred; or at least to acknowledge that it did, before entrenching oneself in the older position. But this is neither here nor there. A Schellingian objection (and

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Barbara Keller

. With the rise of biological models, of cognitive behavior therapy, and psychopharmacology psychoanalysis lost its privileged position in the US. In Germany, the history of psychoanalysis was dramatically marked by the rise of fascism. Until today, persons and their decisions and positions taken by the

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Psychology
Author: Susan Rowland

Stone Age) or latent (as in the toxic effect of magical thinking in twentieth century fascism). The ‘new factor’ is not just a way of describing a mix of the simpler four preceding structures of consciousness. Gebser sees the new consciousness as really new in the way that complexity theory regards

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Matthew Charles

of politics under fascism, a phenomena tied both to the emergence of the charismatic figure of the historical ‘genius’ (the individual who gives voice to the masses, using the technological means of the spectacle, and according to nostalgic notions of a lost cultural, linguistic, or racial

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Luigi Zoja

the immense role the unconscious myths of Fascism and Communism played in supporting such movements to get their grip on people. Our young colleagues are first and foremost those who do not have much choice because they do not have enough work. The laws that define psychoanalysis and allow one to work

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Paul Bishop

, as found in the writings of Adorno. As he uses the term, the ‘administered world’ refers to the society of late capitalism, in which a new form of fascism has taken root in the form of administration — a self-legitimizing bureaucracy (Greisman & Ritzer, 1981 ). The phrase verwaltete Welt was first

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies