Within the Yale famous series of Terry Lectures, Jung delivered the fifteenth series in 1937: “Lectures on Religion in the Light of Science and Philosophy”. 35 years later James Hillman presented his, which formed the basis for his highly acclaimed 1975 book Re-Visioning Psychology.
Now, the International Associations for Analytical Psychology and Jungian Studies should reconvene for their joint conference at this auspicious site for Jungian scholarship, and to honor the aims of the Terry lectures. The theme of the fourth joint conference is “Psyche, Spirit, and Science: negotiating social and cultural concerns of today.”
Papers and presentations will address the following areas:
- Ecology and Mental Health
- Religious, scientific and ethical experience within clinical work
- Peace-keeping and international relations.
- Negotiating social, economic, ecological disasters
- Relationships (and lack of relations) with the infinite
- The limits of our existence and boundaries of psyche
- Religious experience in contemporary life