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Giegerich's Writings

For a complete bibliography of his works in all languages click here


Saban's Alternative. An Alternative? Giegerich's fuller response to Mark Saban's paper at the ISPDI 1st Int. Conference 2012, Berlin.


Stan Marlan, ed., Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, vol. 6, no. 1, 2005. This special issue of the journal features - Wolfgang Giegerich "The End of Meaning and the Birth of Man" with responses by colleagues.  (Spanish Translation)
To read Mogenson's response click here
To read Miller's response click here
To read Beebe's response click here
To read Pulver's response click here
To read Giegerich's response to the responses click here

Primero la Sombra, luego el Ánima, o el advenimiento del Huésped, La integración de la Sombra y el surgimiento de la Psicología. Spanish translation by Josep M. Moreno of Giegerich's "First Shadow, then Anima, or The Advent of the Guest: Shadow Integration and the Rise of Psychology,"

Wolfgang Giegerich, "Jungian psychology as metaphysics? A response to Sean McGrath," International Journal of Jungian Studies, DOI: 10.1080/19409052.2014.954438 Forthcoming in IJJS October-November 2015 issue.

Wolfgang Giegerich, 'The “Black Sun” seen through. Or: Marlan&s proton pseudos' click here  

 

Other Authors

Robert Dommett Prometheus Redux; Consciousness's new rising in the killing machine

Sanford Drob, "Giegerich and the Traditions: Notes on Reason, Mythology, Psychology and Religion" Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, vol. 7, no. 3, 2005, pp. 61-73.

Greg Mogenson, "Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's'Reflections on Today's Magnum Opus of the Soul'." Invited contribution to the on-line discussion with Wolfgang Giegerich under the auspices of the C.G. Jung, Analytical Psychology, and Culture Website, October 4th-7th, 1998. Moderated by Dolores Brien, editor of The Round Table Review. http://csf.colorado.EDU/seminars/cgjung/giegerich.oct98/index.html
To read Giegerich's reply click here

Greg Mogenson, "Whaling with Giegerich, the Ahab of the Notion,"Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, vol. 6, no. 1, 2004, pp. 67-83.

Greg Mogenson, Editor's "Foreword" to Wolfgang Giegerich's The Neurosis of Psychology.

Greg Mogenson,The Place of Interpretation: Absolute Interiority and the Subject of Psychology," Spring 77: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, New Orleans, LA, 1007, pp. 53-77.

Greg Mogenson, Excerpt from "Post Mortem Dei Jungian Analysis," published in Spring 84: A Journal of Archetype and Culture , New Orleans, LA, 2010, pp. 207-270. Read and translated by Enrique Eskenazi in the course " Christianity as a psychological phenomenon Spanish Translation

Greg Mogenson, "Interiorizing Psychology into Itself: Following the Movement from Kant to Hegel in the Background of Giegerich's Psychology Project." Chapter Four of Dialectics & Analytical Psychology. Spring Journal Books. Spanish Translation.
Source:http://alebica.blogspot.com.es/2014/11/interiorizando-la-psicologia.html

Greg Mogenson, "Different Moments in Dialectical Movement." Chapter 5 of Dialectics & Analytical Psychology. Spring Journal Books. Spanish Translation.
Source: http://alebica.blogspot.com.es/2015/01/momentos-en-el-movimiento-dialectico.html

Greg Mogenson, “Inwardizing Rilke’s dog of ‘divine inseeing’ into itself,” Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2015, 60, 2, 245–266.
 
Greg Mogenson, “The bark and bite of the logically negative soul: further reflections on Rilke’s dog of ‘divine inseeing’,”Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2015, 60, 2, 267–280.

Peter White, "Thinking 'Murder': Following the Trail of Psychology's Uroboric Know of Itself in No Country for Old Men," Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, Volume 5, Number 2 pp. 71-83.

Ann Casement, "The interiorizing movement of logical life: reflections on Wolfgang Giegerich," Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2011, 56, pp. 532-549.

Doris Lier, "Anima and Animus as a Pair of Opposites: An Offense to Analytical Psychology," Mind and Matter, Volume 9, Number 1. 2011, pp. 89-109. 

Robert Henderson & Greg Mogenson, "When 'One' Becomes 'Two': The Vocational Character of the Mediating Other. An 'Enterview' with Greg Mogenson," Spring 86: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, New Orleans, LA, Fall 2011, pp. 223-247.

Michael Whan, "Myth, disenchantment and the loss of sacred place," International Journal of Jungian Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, March 2012, 34-40.

Michel Whan 'In history there is never a way back' C.G. Jung

Michael Whan Some Thoughts on the Study of Myth and Fairy Tale in Jungian and Other Psychotherapy Trainings

Michael Whan, "Fabricating Soul," Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, 2014, vol. 8, no. 3 pp. 104-118.

Mark Saban Response to Michael Whan

John Woodcock, "The Technological World: Has Psychotherapy Caught up?"

John Woodcock  "The PSYCHE: Its True Nature and Place in Modern Reality"

John Woodcock "Dream Work in Therapy: A Thing of the Past?"

Marco Heleno Barreto, "Requiem for Analytical Psychology: A Reflection on Jung's (anti) Catastrophic Psychology",  'The definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com", The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol.  59, issue 1, pp. 60-77.

Marco Heleno Barreto, "The End of Man in the Modern Form of Consciousness"

Marco Heleno Barreto  The riddle of Siegfried: exploring methods and psychological perspectives in analytical psychology The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol. 61, Issue 1 February 2016, pp. 88–105.

Santo Tarantino, Review of Giegerich's, Neurosis: The Logic of a Metaphysical Illness, The Journal of Analytical Psychology, The Journal of Analytical Psychology, vol. 59, issue. 4, pp. 570-572.

Nanae Takenaka, "The realization of absolute beauty: an intepretation of the fairytale Snow White," Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2016, 61, 4, 497-514.

Stanton Marlan, "The absolute that is not absolute: an alchemical reflection on the caput mortuum, the dark other of logical light," The International Journal of Jungian Studies, DOI: 10.1080/19409052.2016.1237372

John Hoedl, "Wolfgang Giegerich: The Search Psychological ‘Soul," Spring 85: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, New Orleans, LA, 2011, pp. 305-307.

John Hoedl, Reflections on the Jungian nature of psychology as the discipline of interiority: a response to Saban’s ‘Misunderstandings’, Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2015, 60, 5, 698–716

 

Reviews

Santo Tarantino, Review of W. Giegerich's Soul – Violence, Collected English Papers, Vol. III, The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol. 55, Issue 5, November 2010, pp. 736-737

 

 

 

“I can hardly draw a veil over the fact that we psychotherapists really ought to be philosophers or philosophic doctors--or rather that we already are so, though we are unwilling to admit it because of the glaring difference between our work and what passes for philosophy in the universities.”

C. G. Jung, CW 16: 181


“The new thing prepared by fate seldom or never comes up to conscious expectations. And still more remarkable, though the new thing goes against deeply rooted instincts as we have known them, it is a strangely appropriate expression of the total personality, an expression which one could not imagine in a more complete form.”

C. G. Jung, CW 13: 19

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