Jung, eastern thought and the beginnings of transpersonal psychology. Essay, 1984

WRITTEN IN 1984 AND SUBMITTED TO ANDY SMITH [TUTOR], AS PART OF THE COURSEWORK FOR THE SCHOOL OF INDEPENDENT STUDIES, NORTH EAST LONDON POLYTECHNIC, 1985. James Low Download the essay From the introduction I wish to explore two themes: firstly, Jung’s concept of strata of the psyche and his explorations of the unconscious; secondly, is his attitude to Eastern thought […]

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Freud's unconscious and the redefinition of the self. Essay, 1984

Written in 1984 and submitted to Andy Smith [Tutor], as part of the coursework for The School of Independent Studies, North East London Polytechnic, 1985. James Low Download the essay By oneself the evil is done By oneself the evil is undone. No one can purify another. The Dhammapada Contents What others have made of Freud Theoretical approach Development of […]

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Freud’s unconscious and the redefinition of the self. Essay, 1984

Written in 1984 and submitted to Andy Smith [Tutor], as part of the coursework for The School of Independent Studies, North East London Polytechnic, 1985. James Low Download the essay By oneself the evil is done By oneself the evil is undone. No one can purify another. The Dhammapada Contents What others have made of Freud Theoretical approach Development of […]

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Traditional western concepts of self. Essay, 1984

Written in 1984 and submitted to Andy Smith [Tutor], as part of the coursework for The School of Independent Studies, North East London Polytechnic, 1985. James Low Download the essay Contents  The Christian view of man Democratic faith Secular trends Naturalism Romantic idealism Rationalism versus idealism 19th Century views William James

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The Concept of self in eastern thought and humanist psychology. Essay, 1984

James Low Written in 1984 and submitted as a  dissertation for The School of Independent Studies, North East London Polytechnic, 1985. Download the essay Extract The task of understanding a different culture involves a delicate balance between giving empathetic attention to all the details and significances of the cultural forms and attitudes as they function in that society and at […]

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The Structures of suffering. Article. UK, 1999

James Low Published in The Psychology of Awakening: Buddhism, science and our day-to-day lives, edited by Guy Watson, Stephen Batchelor and Guy Claxton (Rider, 1999) ISBN 0-7126-7043-2 Download Pdf Introduction Suffering is something that concerns us all. We are marked by our own past sufferings, and the bruises we carry around in our hearts often keep us wary of what […]

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