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Atom and archetype

the Pauli/Jung letters, 1932-1958

by Pauli, Wolfgang

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pauli, Wolfgang, 1900-1958 -- Correspondence,
  • Jung, C. G. 1875-1961 -- Correspondence,
  • Physicists -- Correspondence,
  • Psychologists -- Correspondence,
  • Physics -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-240) and indexes.

    Statementedited by C.A. Meier with the assistance of C.P. Enz and M. Fierz ; translated from the German by David Roscoe ; with an introductory essay by Beverley Zabriskie.
    GenreCorrespondence.
    ContributionsMeier, C. A. 1903-, Enz, Charles P. 1925-, Fierz, Markus., Jung, C. G. 1875-1961.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC16.P37 A42 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlx, 250 p. :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3940396M
    ISBN 100691012075
    LC Control Number2001016323

    Enthralling reading. Each used the tools of his expertise to shift the shoreline between the known and the unknown, and together they found common ground in the analogy between the atom, with its nucleus and orbiting electrons, and the self, with its central conscious ego and its ambient unconscious. No, Jung. Their collaboration resulted in the combined publication of Jung's treatise on synchronicity and Pauli's essay on archetypal ideas influencing Kepler's writings in The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche. In this sense, our grasp of the universe is essentially anthropic.

    For those who lack Jung's scientific background and grasp, his claim of an empirical method, his pursuit of the metaphors of alchemy, and his evocation of analogies in physics to psychic mechanisms have seemed far-fetched, tangential, difficult, or unnecessarily encumbering. By the time that Jung met Pauli, he had been deeply affected and "tremendously impressed" for nearly three decades by William James. Jung's Typology. She currently lives in Cambridge, MA. He also draws an interesting parallel between alchemy and transference between patient and therapist.

    This artful translation presents them in English for the first time. And many of Jung's abiding themes shaped how Pauli--and, through him, other physicists--understood the physical world. Here the author explains, with habitual clarity, the objective considerations of Jungian psychology on the subject, which are undoubtedly interesting to keep in mind. In their work, they crossed paths on complementary vectors.


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Atom and archetype book

Here the author explains, with habitual clarity, the objective considerations of Jungian psychology on the subject, which are undoubtedly interesting to keep in mind.

Thus bloomed an extraordinary intellectual conjunction not just between a physicist and a psychologist but between physics and psychology. He also draws an interesting parallel between alchemy and transference between patient and therapist.

When Galileo saw the face of the Moon and the moons of Jupiter, Lipking writes, he had to picture a cosmos that could account for them. Their collaboration resulted in the combined publication of Jung's treatise on synchronicity and Pauli's essay on archetypal ideas influencing Kepler's writings inThe Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche.

Monthly donation. The difficulty with going from three to four, and so much more. While it utilizes impersonal and unvalenced measures, the questions and thus the proofs originate in and are dependent on the human mind.

He may well have been thinking about the great Austrian-Swiss theoretical physicist Wolfgang Pauli April 25, —December 15,who first postulated the neutrino and was awarded the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the Pauli exclusion principle — a monumental leap in our understanding of the structure of matter.

But whereas [he] wanted at all costs to cling to the rigid determinism along the lines of the classical physics of his day, we have now acknowledged that in the nuclear world, physical events cannot be followed in causal chains through time and space.

Through the association of these two pioneering thinkers, developments in physics profoundly influenced the evolution of Jungian psychology. Francis Bacon's natural history envisioned an order of things that would replace the illusions of language with solid evidence and transform notions of life and death.

Of clear appeal to historians of science and anyone investigating the life and work of Pauli or Jung, this portrait of an incredible friendship will also draw readers interested in human creativity as well as those who merely like to be present when great minds meet.

Though we know from experience that psychic processes are related to material ones, we are not in a position to say in what this relationship consists or how it is possible at all.

Enthralling reading.

Atom and Archetype : The Pauli/Jung Letters, 1932

Historically, physical science and religion have focused, from different perspectives, on the sources of the universe and its inhabitants. This is the Center, the Self. What Galileo Saw bridges the divide between science and art; it brings together Galileo and Milton, Bacon and Shakespeare.

My dreams and my intuition have both referred me to natural numbers. In this book, Jung makes use of his symbolic figures again to explain the dynamic and connections that sometimes form between physician and patient.

Jung was thrilled by the opportunity to look into the subconscious of one of the world's most brilliant minds En these pages, Jung guides us through a much more original idea than Freud had offered us at that time regarding the human psyche.

The association lasted until Pauli's death in They discussed the nature of dreams and their relation to reality, finding surprising common ground between depth psychology and quantum physics.Search peer reviewed articles, book chapters, and other resources, from our libraries and beyond.

Atom and Archetype will appeal not only to those interested in the life of Pauli or Jung, but also to the educated general reader. Table of Contents. Contents: Chronologies of the Lives of C. G. Jung and Wolfgang Pauli. Lexicon of Terms in Psychology and Physics.

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Before we examine the neurology of the 'Heart Brain', here is a sample of a case that. Nov 26,  · Carl Jung’s 11 Best Books. November 26, In front of us is a collection of essays that digs into the collective unconscious on one hand and the nature of the archetype on the other.

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This psychic expression of structures inherited from our fellow beings is, without a doubt, what makes up the cornerstone of much of Jungian work. Sue Mehrtens is the author of this and all the other blog essays on this site. The opinions expressed in these essays are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of other Jungian Center faculty or Board members.

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