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Depth psychology through the lens of classical yoga: A reconsideration of Jung's ontic reality, International Journal of Jungian Studies, 9(1), 17-27.
First, this dialogue shows how phenomenology and depth psychology both arise at nearly the same time at the beginning of the 20th century as a critical response to the world-view of the natural sciences and its technological applications.
Though Roberts was responsible for bringing depth psychology and Christianity theology into direct dialogue, the psychology of religion was not destined to morph into a sub-set of Christian thought.
While this interpretation is not entirely mistaken, "depth psychology" will indicate another construction.
Wink reminds us: "Gnostic writings were largely unintelligible until the discovery of the Nag Hammadi texts and the advent of depth psychology, both in the twentieth century" (214).
Barrada's short story, on one hand, taps into a long tradition of Western depth psychology; on another, it connects with religious literature in the Islamic tradition.
Marvin Spiegelman will lecture on "The Archetypal Feminine as Central to the Development of Depth Psychology" during a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
This gets confusing at times: why does the chapter entitled "Home: The unhappy housewife" include lengthy sections on the scandalous conditions of insane asylums, the advent of federal mental health initiatives and the adoption of depth psychology techniques by advertisers?
Ernest Dichter's application of Freudian "depth psychology" in the 1930s [3] to GOP pollster Frank Luntz's "focus group" microanalyses in the 2000 presidential campaign, "the consumer and citizen mind" is examined, cross-examined, and meticulously inventoried, and this information is then applied to the greater benefit of the candidate or the bottom line.
He has chosen as an overall theoretical framework his own version of traditional depth psychology. In these post-Freudian times, he feels compelled to justify his unfashionable stance: "This study unabashedly attempts to address Why questions, which psychology has mostly found difficult to handle.
His experience as a therapist and physicist and his clear writing ability makes this book a must-read for students and lay persons interested in the ever-growing field of depth psychology.
He could well describe both happenings and sights in the external world - in terms of topography and travel - and the far less tangible or obvious understandings of the internal world - in terms of 'depth psychology', intuition, and the 'unconscious'.