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... Such is the thesis here: the concept of the unconscious in literature is postulated as a reaction to the uniformitarian paradigm in science. The study intends to demonstrate that the psychological concept of the "Unconscious" originated, developed into its present form, and functioned in part so that creative writers (among others) might cope with certain burdensome ... there has been no vessel to hold its acids. The U theory had implied that "in time" therapies would be devised to control and appease the Unconscious. Behaviorist psychologists such as Watson and Skinner have tried to turn their backs upon it. Under the U theory, all is explainable; when explainable it is controllable; when controlled ...
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... my friend Mr. Bergson. a great philosopher and a Jew. Another theory much talked of, or rather another group of theories, constitute what is called the new psychology. The author of that [Freud] is my friend, also a Jew. The third theory, the most comprehensive, the most original, and the most ... a thorough study of Freud's new therapeutic approaches. (Velikovsky also met Jung in the summer of 1930, possibly through an introduction from Bleuler; Velikovsky angered the famous analytical psychologist by referring to him, a decade and a half after Jung had split from psychoanalysis, as Freud's disciple. At Jung's suggestion, however, Velikovsky sought training from ...
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13. "Mankind in Amnesia": An Overview [Journals] [Kronos]
... : so too his many years of psychoanalytic practice and theoretical contributions which Freud published; likewise his seminal works in other psychoanalytic literature. The immediate connection between his cosmology and psychological science is not so compelling, perhaps, as the reconstructed scenario of interplanetary disasters. In his cardinal work, Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky himself only hints at the ... elements of imagery and emotion that characterize the human psyche. Velikovsky's contention that commonly experienced global catastrophes laid down the primary structure of the collective psyche offers a revolutionary insight to psychologists. Its importance is independent of the new perspectives required in science and history, and ultimately is more significant. Though acquired through conscious, historical experience, the memories ...
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... a mystical solution, albeit one that relied upon no supernatural communion. In his attempt to pull together the frayed strings of his destiny, he developed a system of "psychology, with biological and philosophical aspects" (3 ) which synthesized, as he claimed, Anna Freud's concept of "incorporating the parents" with the "collective unconscious ... any evidence of phylogenetic memories of catastrophes in the dreams of his patients; such memories should be near-universal if his underlying assumptions were correct. Besides dream analysis, Jungian analytical psychologists also employ various "active imagination" techniques for exploring unconscious material. These techniques, including word-association tests (of which Jung pioneered the use), imaginary conversations with ...
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15. Velikovsky in America [Journals] [Aeon]
... had little other value but to claim additional authority for Israel skywards as well as landwards." In essence, Freud had based his hypothesis on two lines of reasoning: psychological/folkloristic and historical/philological; and Velikovsky saw problems with them both. Freud's psychoanalytic approach to purely legendary stereotypes was invalid in the case of Moses because Freud ... to worship their volcano god. Velikovsky first read Freud's early chapters on this theme in Imago in the summer of 1937 while he was in Paris for the International Congress of Psychologists, but apparently he paid them little mind, being absorbed in his Introgenesis project (2 ) and his medical career; he was still the only practicing psychoanalyst in ...
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... (which unfortunately succeeded in branding him a crank for two decades), was a tribal plot, a coordinated campaign of vituperation and character assassination functioning purely on non-reasonable group psychology. If as Shapin argues science is what one's trusted friends believe, then what one's friends reject is fully worthy of being destroyed. The Postwar World There is one ... , because what one member believed was accepted by the rest, therefore what one member disbelieved was scorned, hated, mocked and rejected by the rest. As even mainstream psychologist Norman Storer perceived 20 years ago, (3 ) "once the scientific community was committed to opposing Velikovsky's assertion it became a sign of disloyalty for a scientist to ...
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17. The Advancement of Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... a book that, more than any other I have ever read, cuts across a large section of the struggle of ideas with the reception problem in the area of medical psychology. It is Frank Podmore's FROM MESMER TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, published by University Books in New York. It is a reprinting. The book itself was published in 1909 ... through tax money whose appropriation and spending they manage to influence. Exposure of the work by publication is low. The largest journal reaches 30% of the general population of psychologists; specialized psychology journals may reach 1%. The largest journal will expose the title to all; however, one half of the research reports will be expose the ...
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... has affected a whole age."(2 ) "In ways that defy definition, [the] terminal resort to its [the atomic bomb's] use created the psychological atmosphere of the postwar world upon which the nations . . . looked out as the smoke cleared away from the ruins. This was a somber victory. It is ... other clocks and watches at that time, had nothing to do with it; several days previously it had stopped prophetically at that catastrophic moment." (52) Denouement Psychologique The atomic bombing of Hiroshima destroyed far more than a single Japanese city. It created the psychological atmosphere of an entire Age and left its psychological mark on the Americans ...
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19. Man's Divine Mirror [Books] [de Grazia books]
... CHAPTER SEVEN Man's Divine Mirror No god is the same to any two people, nor to any two sects. This is a psychological fact, akin to saying that no two people share the same experience. It would be a more definitive statement if the gods existed in no other realm except the minds of people. It also relates ... a firm scientific footing. It would not be surprising, then, if the original viewers claimed an improper identification, insisting that the wrong creature had been snared. Whereupon psychologists would once more be called upon. That gods are often snares and delusions must be admitted. Yet the occurrence of the delusions, we have implied, takes on ...
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20. Cosmology And PsychologyY [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. I No. 1 (Spring 1975) Home | Issue Contents Cosmology And Psychology Lewis M. Greenberg and Warner B. Sizemore Copyright © April, 1975 by Lewis M. Greenberg and Warner B. Sizemore "A Nameless fear grips all mankind . . . " - H. Focillon, The Year 1000 ... Cosmology And PsychologyY ...
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