Instructor: James Hollis, PhD
Jung approached the mystery of religious experience, and religious expression, from both a sympathetic and a scientific perspective. In the essay collection Psychology and Western Religion, Jung illustrates ways in which individuals, whether believers or not, access deeper levels of meaning from their traditions and appreciate the psychological value of historic universal forms through which psyche dramatizes encounters with mystery.
12 classes, instant access by MP3 download, recorded in the fall of 2009.
Required reading for the class: Psychology and Western Religion, C.G. Jung