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71. 'Worlds in Collision' and the Prince of Denmark [Journals] [SIS Review]
... critical judgement, but to enduring popular taste, the truest measure of a narrative's relevancy to life and thus of its truth quotient. The truth I refer to is not psychological, nor sociological, nor metaphysical, nor theological, but physical. It is natural truth, anthropological and geophysical. It is what really happened to us and our ... then comments on the collective Greek mind, and therefore no one should object if a catastrophist studies a Greek vase in order to comment on the unconscious collective Greek mind. Psychologists study what individuals produce and do so in order to fathom what is occurring in their minds. Dr Velikovsky has psychoanalysed the histories, myths and religions of man in ...
72. The Jewish Science of Immanuel Velikovsky [Articles]
... 4, 4 (Spring 1980), 78)79.^F ^ The European focuses on the structural determinants of thought; the American, on the social and psychological consequences of the diffusion of opinion. The one centers on the source, the other on the result. The European asks, how does it come to be that ... of the zeros from Plato's date for the destruction of Atlantis, serious investigators have been allowed to encroach upon grounds perennially reserved for the occultists. At the same time, psychologists have examined ancient texts to devise theories about the origin of human consciousness. All of these discoveries and hypotheses were pioneered by Velikovsky. Since 1950, much has occurred ...
... Joseph Ish-Horowitz against Martin Buber's "neo-Hasidism" and against Ahad Ha'am's approach to Zionism. He also began writing a Russian prose-poem which, as he admitted, depicted his own psychological state as filtered through the dramatic story of Schlomo Molcho, a figure he had identified with since early youth. Molcho, a successful Lisbon Marrano originally named Diogo Pires ... first Jew to be appointed to an English university fellowship), anaphylaxis researcher Alexander Besredka, physicist Bernardo Dessau (the founder of the first Italian Zionist periodical), American psychologist Joseph Jastrow (whose father's work had been translated through Simon's sponsorship), Cyrus Adler (president of Dropsie College, the Jewish Theological Seminary, and the United Synagogue ...
74. From Venus with Love [Books] [de Grazia books]
... real female acquaintances and attractive female images in equal proportions. By increments of experience and learning, before he was forty, he could publish the article of a friend in Psychology at the University of Minnesota, arguing that sample surveys might be improved if they solicited information that would place the respondent on scales of masculinity-femininity, allowing sex to be ... phallicism, the commentary image as it entered so many ways into the brain and behavior of mankind. V. was wrought up at Robert Stephanos, a Philadelphia school system psychologist, the most faithful, pleasant and helpful of disciples, for pushing favorably the work of the New Yorker. And, later on, he was angry to hear ...
75. Facing Many Problems, Part 2 Epilogue (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... astral religion to monotheism with its idea of a single Creator, not a star, not an animal, and not a human being. An intriguing problem presents itself in psychology. Freud searched for primordial urges in modem man. According to him, in the primitive society of the stone age, when the sons grew up, they looked ... to work their will on their mother; and this urge is part of the heritage that modem man carries over from his prehistoric ancestors. According to the theory of another psychologist, Carl Jung, there exists a collective unconscious m ind, a receptacle and carrier of ideas deposited there in primeval times, which plays an important role in our ...
76. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... its attendant events as a call to ancient Israel to abandon the false securities of polytheism. However, in the last two paragraphs, where Mr Maccoby explores "some important psychological aspects of the matter", his discussion seems to miss the mark. Mr Maccoby suggests that in the Bible the trauma of birth "is represented by the expulsion ... person or by a few people. They are bound to occupy themselves with paradigmatic science in Kuhn's sense, getting lost in technicalities without ever gaining a new insight. Freudian psychologists study Freud instead of the human psyche; sociologists study Marx or somebody else; uniformitarian geologists tend to study textbooks instead of earth history. Similarly, a Velikovskian study ...
77. Empedocles, Healer of the Mind (Part I) [Journals] [Kronos]
... of Eros and Thanatos.) __ __ __ __ __ __ There seem to be only two places in The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (ed. Strachey) where Freud refers to character Aristophanes Empedocles by name. Both of these references are from the last few years of Freud's ... whether Empedocles believed in "the transmigration of souls". I see nothing "primitive" about Empedocles. He seems to me to have been far more of a Freudian psychologist than a source of "kosmische Phantasie", as Freud puts it. I would even deny that Empedocles ever recognized a time of complete domination of Love over Strife ...
78. The Velikovsky Affair [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the publication of Worlds in Collision, was a busy one in my younger life; I had several infants, a new professorship, and a more than passing engagement with psychological operations in the Korean War, then raging. So the scandal over the book's suppression and success left only a faint scratch upon my mind. However, in 1962 ... reflect a general scene which, since the first appearance of this volume, has been perhaps more congenial to the temperament of war correspondents than of cloistered scholars. The philosophical psychologist, William James, who once proposed sport as a substitute for warfare, might as well have proposed science and scholarship for the same function. Scientific battles also have ...
79. The Catastrophic Substructure of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra (Part II) [Journals] [Kronos]
... which I prefer to call aesthetic involvement. Virtually all literary criticism must restrict itself to this, as it has done since Aristotle. It is only with the advent of psychological and anthropological criticism that we have considered looking beneath the surface, beneath the conscious, to try to discover whether there are subterranean reasons why man creates art, and ... themselves and look at some of the larger implications of what I have just said. First, let us explore the relation between individual and collective human nature. Not all psychologists accept the idea of a subconscious or unconscious, but, for the sake of this paper, I will assume that it exists. If we go further and accept ...
... order to meet the expected overflow. (11) At Princeton, after reviewing his perception of the development of astronomy since 1950, he went on to claim that "psychology will soon lift the barrier separating it from the natural sciences. We are only at the beginning of understanding what mind' is and what it can do." ... Jueneman, an admirer of Velikovsky who mentioned him occasionally in his column in Industrial Research (although he had not yet met him), had a talk with NASA Ames psychologist Richard Haines. Haines was reading Worlds in Collision at the time, and their conversation turned to Velikovsky. This casual conversation led to the Life Sciences Division at Ames ...
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