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Dancing Around The Bomb: On Wolfgang Giegerich's "The Nuclear Bomb and the Fate of God"

In this essay, Dolores Brien reflects on Wolfgang Giegerich's original, unsettling, and provocative exploration of the psychological implications of the nuclear bomb.


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In The Beginning: Jung and Freud on Introversion

In this essay originally published in Psychological Perspectives, Stonehill College professor of philosophy Richard M. Capobianco tracks the evolution of Jung's early effort to explore the creative aspects of introversion in contrast to Freud's view, which emphasized its pathological aspects. 


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Heartbreak Hotel

Should we sing the blues or try to beat them? In a paper delivered at the 2006 Conference of the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists, Steven Silverton draws on Korean Zen, Heideggerian philosophy, and Elvis Presley to explore key differences between cognitive-behavioral and core process models of depression and anxiety.

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Heidegger and Jung: Dwelling Near the Source

Richard Capobianco, professor of philosophy at Stonehill College, explores how an understanding of the relation of opposites plays an important role in the thought of both Heidegger and Jung.  


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