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ISBN:0791401669
Author: Robert Aziz
ISBN13: 978-0791401668
Title: C. G. Jung's Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity (SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology)
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Publisher: SUNY Press (March 23, 1990)
Pages: 280

C. G. Jung's Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity (SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Robert Aziz



Offers a new theoretical paradigm that goes beyond the limitations of Freudian and Jungian psychological models. State University of New York. The syndetic paradigm. SUNY Series in transpersonal and humanistic psychology. basis of religion, failed to acknowledge and address clinically the type of neurotic behaviors that commonly present in association with religious practices. Jung, to return to our original point, rejected the Freudian fact with the Freudian theory.

He is a sessional lecturer in the Faculty of Part-Time and Continuing Education at the University of Western Ontario, where he teaches Jungian Psychology, and in the Department of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University, where he teaches a course, Psychology of Religion. This book is a must on your shelf if you are a student of Carl Jung, or if you aspire to understand synchronicity. Along with a very clear outline of the theory of synchronicity, Aziz includes many intriguing personal stories about Jung and his experiences with the spirit world, the I-ching, and shamanism, which all help to explain the basics of his theories. These stories make an otherwise very theoretical read quite comprehensible; and you may find it as compelling as we did and very hard to put down.

I found this book comprehensive and readable in regards to Jung's theories on on - and learned more about Jung's general concepts of psychology (such as the unconscious and individuation) through this book than many other books I have read on Jung (or even books by Jung himself). The scholarly presentation of the book by Aziz, who spent many years preparing the work I found outstanding. The introduction of fundamental concepts, leading into other Jungian theories, backed up by examples and other psychological real-world parallels is impressive in the book.

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Robert Aziz - Author. N/A Hardcover - 280 pages. Release Date: March 1990. In this groundbreaking work, Robert Aziz explores the most pressing issue still confronting Jungian psychology, that issue being our answerability and responsibility to the world. The interaction between the inner and the outer - in which for too long the inner has been given almost exclusive priority - is rebalanced in this important volume. Synchronicity as interpreted by Aziz avoids priorities and affirms an interaction between equals: nature within and nature without. - Marion Woodman, Jungian Analyst, Toronto.

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In The Syndetic Paradigm, Robert Aziz argues that the Jungian Paradigm is a deeply flawed theoretical model that falls short of its promise. Aziz offers in its stead what he calls the Syndetic Paradigm. Библиографические данные. Syndetic Paradigm, The: The Untrodden Path Beyond Freud and Jung SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology.

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Explores our answerability and responsibility to the world.
Reviews: 5
Magis
This book is a must on your shelf if you are a student of Carl Jung, or if you aspire to understand synchronicity. Along with a very clear outline of the theory of synchronicity, Aziz includes many intriguing personal stories about Jung and his experiences with the spirit world, the I-ching, and shamanism, which all help to explain the basics of his theories. These stories make an otherwise very theoretical read quite comprehensible; and you may find it as compelling as we did and very hard to put down. While in graduate school at SSU, we had a chance to teach to undergraduates a semester length class called "Jung and Synchronicity" and we used this book as the required text. The entire class rated it "thumbs up"!

Martha Love
author of "What's Behind Your Belly Button?: A Psychological Perspective of the Intelligence of Human Nature and Gut Instinct
Cel
I found this book comprehensive and readable in regards to Jung's theories on Synchronicity/Religion - and learned more

about Jung's general concepts of psychology (such as the unconscious and individuation) through this book than many other books I have read on Jung (or even books by Jung himself).

The scholarly presentation of the book by Aziz, who spent many years preparing the work I found outstanding. The introduction of fundamental concepts, leading into other Jungian theories, backed up by examples and other psychological real-world parallels is impressive in the book.

Overall, any serious student of the great psychologist Carl Jung or student of Synchronicity/Dreams I think should waste no time ordering this book! (heh) And even the casual layman who is curious about what Jung meant by "Synchronicity" - Aziz is emminently approachable because of his clear writing style.

This book perhaps may well be the most up-to-date scholarly work on Jung that appears solidly authentic, rational, and clear-headed on Jung's very serious approach to religion - synchronicity - and the "objective" autonomous unconscious.
Funky
Great!
Shalizel
I have heard much about Jung's theory of synchronicity mostly informally. I have even cited it as a theory I subscribe to over the years. This book proved to be a great disappointment by lacking any substance, significant insights, or explanations in the few areas of the book I even bothered to review. That is not to say that a complete cover-to-cover reading would result in the same conclusion, but I find little that would motivate me to explore this book cover-to-cover.
Samugul
I have not read the book…YET…but I feel this is a "Godsend" because I have been experiencing this continually for the past few years, more so, recently, now that I am beginning to "understand" it…I think...