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By Frances Gray

ISBN-10: 0415479363

ISBN-13: 9780415479363

ISBN-10: 0415479371

ISBN-13: 9780415479370

How have you learnt whatever is right? What relation is there among my psyche and your psyche, does one exist? do we doubt every thing or are a few things indubitable? What does Jung need to say approximately physique and psyche, physique and mind?

Cartesian Philosophy and the Flesh is an research and critique of interpretations of Cartesian philosophy in analytical psychology. It makes a speciality of readings of Descartes that experience vital implications for knowing Jung, and analytical and existential psychology commonly. Frances Gray's e-book increases questions about the 'place' of the physique in a thought of the human psyche and approximately what sort of psyche, if any, is vital to ideas of man or woman. grey claims that the debates round Descartes and metaphysical dualism were oversimplified and that this has had a profound impression on conceptualizing an on-going relation among psyche and physique. The publication additionally explores the connection among Jung's belief of the phenomenological viewpoint and that of Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.

Cartesian Philosophy and Flesh brings jointly Descartes’ proposal of self-interrogation and self-reflection and Jung's venture in The purple Book, the perform of non secular routines is the underpinning orientation of either males. It recommends related practices to an individual attracted to the truths in their personal residing. Gray’s publication can be of curiosity to Jung students, and people with an curiosity in Jungian reports, Analytical Psychologists and Philosophers.

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