Instructors: Jill Carroll, James Hollis, PhD, and J. Pittman McGehee
Discover how ideas move, change, threaten, inspire, captivate, seduce, charm and challenge us in this lecture benefiting The Jung Center. Three charismatic speakers – Jill Carroll, James Hollis, and J. Pittman McGehee – take participants on a guided tour of grand notions that had a major impact on our culture and on their personal lives.
On the global level, "ideas" with impact include moving from a collective to a personal mythology, the question "Is God Dead?", and the discovery of the unconscious.
On the personal level, "ideas" discussed include the growth opportunities of a mid-life crisis, reading Friedrich Nietzsche for the first time and the essay by Jung, "Psychotherapists or the Clergy."
One lecture, instant access by MP3 download, recorded in the fall of 2006.