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The Birth of the Bomb: Leo Szilard

Jungian analyst Donald Williams relfects on the birth of the atomic bomb as it relates to Hungarian physicist Leo Szilard, how the bomb started the arms race and how the use of atomic weapons directly relates to our evolution as human beings.

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The Inferior Function as a Moral Issue

In this excerpt from his book Jung’s Typology in Perspective, Angelo Spoto argues that the inferior function places Jung’s theory of types in its most dramatic guise, and he suggests that the inferior function’s mecurical nature and autonomy is what is most devastating to us. Spoto’s book can be ordered from Chiron Publications at www.chironpublications.com.

 

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Critical Notice

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Speech, Dialogue, Teleology and Courage

In this article about the consideration and study of the language, Pere Segura discusses the appearance of the language from various points of view, including those of evolutionary psychology, neuropsychology, the own dysfunction in psychopathology and the comparative study with other species from the biology.



 

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