Theo Abt, PhD. 52 minutes. Audio MP3 Download.
Topics: Science and Cultural Studies.
Progress without Loss of Soul
This lecture is part of the conference Civilization in Transition: Jung’s Challenge to a Culture in Crisis.
Theodor Abt, PhD from the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich 1977, 1973-79 project leader of overall regional development concepts for two Swiss mountain regions. Since 1975 Jungian Analyst in private practice. 1983-88 member of the board of the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich. Since 1990 Professor for Rural Sociology at the ETH. Since 1995, member of the board of the Research and Training Centre for Depthpsychology according to C.G. Jung and M.-L. von Franz, Zurich. Since 1988, President of the Society of the Friends of the Royal Tombs of Egypt. His research focuses on the relationship of the outer world with the needs of the inner unconscious world. Of his publications in German is available in English: Progress without Loss of Soul, 1990. Erik Hornung (1933), born in Riga, Latvia, Ph.D. Univ. of Tubingen 1956, Professor of Egyptology Univ. of Basle, Switzerland, 1967-1998. His research has focused on the Valley of the Kings and the edition of the Books of the Netherworid; he published the first edition of the Amduat in 1963. Since 1988 Vice-President of the Society of the Friends of the Royal Tombs of Egypt. Of his many books in German, several have been translated into English: Conceptions of God in Ancient Egypt. The One and the Many, 1982 (Paperback 1996); The Valley of the Kings: Horizon of Eternity, 1990; The Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I., 1991; History of Ancient Egypt: An Introduction, 1999; Akhenaten and the Religion of Light, 1999; The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife, 1999; The Secret Lore of Egypt, 2001.
© 1987 Theo Abt.
Ⓟ 1987 CG Jung Institute of Chicago.