That Glimpse of Truth for Which You Had Forgotten to Ask: Uroboric Apperception and Psychotherapy: Some Thoughts on the Mise En Scène Character of the by Mogenson, Greg

That Glimpse of Truth for Which You Had Forgotten to Ask: Uroboric Apperception and Psychotherapy: Some Thoughts on the Mise En Scène Character of the

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HAS PSYCHOTHERAPY SOMETHING ESSENTIAL to learn from the art of the novel? Turning to literature as to "the other" of psychotherapy and analysis, the author of this essay, a practicing Jungian analyst, finds in the great novelist Joseph Conrad's account of the truth for which art strives a soulful alternative to the "evidence-based(TM)" modes of practice that have turned much of psychotherapy in our day into a subject-less, world-less, technical exercise. Theoretically rich, and illustrated with penetrating examples from literature and life, the essay also provides, in lieu of a seminar, extensive endnotes pertinent to that speculative turn in analytical psychology which is known as Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority.

Author: Greg Mogenson
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: 03/04/2019
Pages: 60
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.22lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.14d
ISBN13: 9781794030879
ISBN10: 1794030875
BISAC Categories:
- Psychology | Psychotherapy | General

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