‘Education’

TEACHER: Seeking the Vocational Archetype

Jung says: “The only thing that distinguishes [an individual] from all the others is [his/her] vocation. He has been called by that all-powerful, all-tyrannizing psychic necessity that is his own and his peoples affliction.” ~ The Development of Personality, CW 17, par.304. TEACHER: Seeking the Vocational ArchetypeAs a teacher, I equate the teacher-student relationship with […]

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Transcendent Writers in Stephen King’s Fiction. A Post-Jungian Analysis of the Puer Aeternus.

In ‘Transcendent Writers in Stephen King’s Fiction: A Post-Jungian Analysis of the Puer Aeternus’ Joeri Pacolet shows that the work of the American (horror) writer Stephen King is more than just popular fiction. In using post-Jungian psychological theories Pacolet develops new insights concerning the potential constructive function of King’s horror stories. His analyses of a

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