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Jung viewed alchemy as “the historical counterpart of my psychology of the unconscious” and embraced the notion (which he felt was lacking “in Freud’s patriarchal world”) that “in philosophical alchemy, the feminine principle plays a role equal to that of the masculine.” In a humorous and inspired finale to the Institute’s 1993 Conference on gender, analyst Beverley Zabriskie assesses how effective Jung and Jungians have been in achieving the alchemical attitude which allows a true mating of the opposites, perceived as feminine and masculine, within and among us.
Part of the conference set Who Do We Think We Are? The Mystery and Muddle of Gender, recorded October 18-21, 1993.
Transcript: A Transcript PDF is included with the download. This transcript was created using automatic speech recognition and proofread by a human.
© 1993 Beverley Zabriskie.
Ⓟ 1993 CG Jung Institute of Chicago.