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Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology

Jung, Politics and Culture

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"Well known for his work on Fromm, Laing, Erikson and Karl Stern, Daniel Burston’s book makes an important contribution to the lingering controversies concerning Jung’s antisemitism and similar stereotypes in the post-Jungian movement. It raises important questions, such as why there is no convincing Jungian explanation for antisemitism as a collective phenomenon, nor how to treat it within analysis. Anyone interested in Jung or the history of analytical psychology should read this fine work." - Henry Abramovitch, Founding President, Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology; Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University, Israel

"Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology is an in-depth study of different kinds of anti-Semitism, and the history of Jung’s and the Zürich Jungians’ ambivalent attitudes towards Judaism and Zionism. Highly recommended for everyone interested in sifting the gold of truthfulness from falsehood, and fact from fiction." - Ann Casement, LP, FRAI, FRSM; professor, Oriental Academy of Analytical Psychology

"In this new controversial book, Daniel Burston does with Jung what Heidegger’s followers feared most—an analysis of the Jewish question in the shadow of Nazism. For Jungian apologists, this is a controversial critique and unwelcome trespass; for others, a sober corrective. Here Burston stands out as the premier authority on interrogating the specter of anti-Semitism lurking in the closet of Analytical Psychology." - Jon Mills, Emeritus Professor of Psychology & Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy, Adelphi University; author, Debating Relational Psychoanalysis

"Burston sets the still-troubling question of Jung’s anti-Semitism within the frame of a robust and succinct historical, cultural and political analysis of Jew-hatred in general. Thinking about the existing literature, I believe this is a unique achievement. Today’s post-Jungians, many of whom retreat behind the mantra ‘a man of his times’, really need to read this account which is balanced, sincere and oriented to the phenomenon of anti-Semitism in the future as well as in the past and present. Those who stand outside the Jungian community might also find the book illuminating." - Professor Andrew Samuels, series editor and author, The Political Psyche

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781000414899
Utgivelsesår
2021

Om forfatteren

Daniel Burston, Ph.D., is the author of numerous books and journal articles on the history of psychoanalysis, psychiatry and psychology, with a special focus on where and how these fields converge, overlap and intertwine with politics, religion and philosophy (and with one another) historically.

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"Well known for his work on Fromm, Laing, Erikson and Karl Stern, Daniel Burston’s book makes an important contribution to the lingering controversies concerning Jung’s antisemitism and similar stereotypes in the post-Jungian movement. It raises important questions, such as why there is no convincing Jungian explanation for antisemitism as a collective phenomenon, nor how to treat it within analysis. Anyone interested in Jung or the history of analytical psychology should read this fine work." - Henry Abramovitch, Founding President, Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology; Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University, Israel

"Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology is an in-depth study of different kinds of anti-Semitism, and the history of Jung’s and the Zürich Jungians’ ambivalent attitudes towards Judaism and Zionism. Highly recommended for everyone interested in sifting the gold of truthfulness from falsehood, and fact from fiction." - Ann Casement, LP, FRAI, FRSM; professor, Oriental Academy of Analytical Psychology

"In this new controversial book, Daniel Burston does with Jung what Heidegger’s followers feared most—an analysis of the Jewish question in the shadow of Nazism. For Jungian apologists, this is a controversial critique and unwelcome trespass; for others, a sober corrective. Here Burston stands out as the premier authority on interrogating the specter of anti-Semitism lurking in the closet of Analytical Psychology." - Jon Mills, Emeritus Professor of Psychology & Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy, Adelphi University; author, Debating Relational Psychoanalysis

"Burston sets the still-troubling question of Jung’s anti-Semitism within the frame of a robust and succinct historical, cultural and political analysis of Jew-hatred in general. Thinking about the existing literature, I believe this is a unique achievement. Today’s post-Jungians, many of whom retreat behind the mantra ‘a man of his times’, really need to read this account which is balanced, sincere and oriented to the phenomenon of anti-Semitism in the future as well as in the past and present. Those who stand outside the Jungian community might also find the book illuminating." - Professor Andrew Samuels, series editor and author, The Political Psyche

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'Well known for his work on Fromm, Laing, Erikson and Karl Stern, Daniel Burston’s book makes an important contribution to the lingering controversies concerning Jung’s anti-Semitism and similar stereotypes in the post-Jungian movement. It raises important questions, such as why there is no convincing Jungian explanation for anti-Semitism as a collective phenomenon, nor how to treat it within analysis. Anyone interested in Jung or the history of analytical psychology should read this fine work.' - Henry Abramovitch, Founding President, Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology; Professor Emeritus, Tel Aviv University, Israel

'Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology is an in-depth study of different kinds of anti-Semitism, and the history of Jung’s and the Zürich Jungians’ ambivalent attitudes towards Judaism and Zionism. Highly recommended for everyone interested in sifting the gold of truthfulness from falsehood, and fact from fiction." - Ann Casement, LP, FRAI, FRSM, Professor, Oriental Academy of Analytical Psychology, China

'In this new controversial book, Daniel Burston does with Jung what Heidegger’s followers feared most – an analysis of the Jewish question in the shadow of Nazism. For Jungian apologists, this is a controversial critique and unwelcome trespass; for others, a sober corrective. Here Burston stands out as the premier authority on interrogating the specter of anti-Semitism lurking in the closet of Analytical Psychology.' - Jon Mills, Emeritus Professor of Psychology and Psychoanalysis; Faculty, Postgraduate Programs in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Adelphi University, U.SA.; author, Debating Relational Psychoanalysis

'Burston sets the still-troubling question of Jung’s anti-Semitism within the frame of a robust and succinct historical, cultural and political analysis of Jew-hatred in general. Thinking about the existing literature, I believe this is a unique achievement. Today’s post-Jungians, many of whom retreat behind the mantra "a man of his times", really need to read this account which is balanced, sincere and oriented to the phenomenon of anti-Semitism in the future as well as in the past and present. Those who stand outside the Jungian community might also find the book illuminating.' - Professor Andrew Samuels, Series Editor and author, The Political Psyche

"Anti-Semitism and Analytical Psychology Jung Politics and Culture, by Daniel Burston (Routledge, 2021) should be required reading for candidates across the entire spectrum of psychoanalytic training today. We who teach psychoanalytic candidates (and others) must be adequately informed about the realities of anti-Semitism’s imposing threat to the safety and security of Jewish people today. We must also have the courage to deeply engage the controversies surrounding Jung’s ambivalent relationship to Judaism so that we may critically assess the ways in which we, their teachers, are influenced by the great minds of our times, and how this is reflected in our work with patients and stance in the world. Burston’s book inspired me to relinquish my passive involvement in a collective shadow that his text humanly and unapologetically reveals." - Robin McCoy Brooks, Jungian Psychoanalyst and Co-editor-in-chief, International Journal of Jungian Studies

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