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James Hall, MD. 1 hour 52 minutes. Audio.
Topics: Archetypes, Self, Self-Psychology.
Views from the Self: The Archetype of Personal Identity
An archetype carries recurrent human experience. What is the most common and widespread archetypal experience? Surprisingly, it is “I”. The “I” is the central experience of the Archetypal Self. It is on the “near side” of all our experiences, yet it is the unavoidable instrument of all our perceptions, and therefore of our theories and beliefs. The Archetypal Self constitutes our most mysterious problem. What is personal identity as seen from the Archetypal Self? This program explores Jung’s concept of the Self as the underpinning of personal identity.
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James Hall, MD was a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, a Diplomate of the C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, and founding member and past president of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. He was author of Clinical Uses of Dreams: Jungian Interpretations and Enactments, Jungian Dream Interpretation: A Handbook of Theory and Practice and The Jungian Experience. Dr. Hall died at his home in Dallas, Texas on January 22, 2013, after living for almost 22 years with “locked-in” syndrome as the result of a stroke in 1991.
© 1988 James HallⓅ 1988 CG Jung Institute of Chicago