2 edition of Invention and the unconscious found in the catalog.
Invention and the unconscious
Joseph Marie Montmasson
Bibliography: p. 327-333.
|Statement||by Joseph-Marie Montmasson; translated, with a preface, by H. Stafford Hatfield.|
|Series||International library of psychology, philosophy, and scientific method|
|Contributions||Hatfield, H. tr.|
|LC Classifications||BF315 .M63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 338 p.|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||31035108|
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Marshall McLuhan used the concept archetype as a formal perspective rather than the content of an alleged “collective unconscious”. In his book From Cliché to Archetype, the idea of archetype is presented as the ground where individual action is the : Adriana Braga.
David B. Klein. The unconscious: Invention or discovery. A historico‐critical inquiry. Santa Monica: Goodyear, pp. xvii + (Reviewed by Richard High). In English we use the word “invention” in two ways.
First, to mean a new device or process developed by experimentation, and designed to fulfill a practical goal. Second, to mean a mental fabrication, especially a falsehood, designed to please or persuade.
In this paper I argue that human consciousness is an invention in both respects. First, it is a cognitive faculty, evolved by natural Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Invention And The Unconscious. [Joseph-Marie Montmasson] -- First published in.
Here are some great passages from Carl Jung’s book Man and His Symbols, which was written just before his death, and was meant as an introduction to his work for the general public. “Man has developed consciousness slowly and laboriously, in a process that took untold ages to reach the civilized state (which is arbitrarily dated from the invention of script in about B.C.).Hidden Minds: A History of the Unconscious is a truly excellent book.
It does an excellent job explaining and putting into context the philosophy and psychological theories of the unconscious mind, starting with the emergence of the idea in some of the literature of the Romantic era, working up to the discoveries of Pierre Janet, on through to William James, Freud and his contemporaries, and /5(6).These traits make the subconscious mind very similar to what we call the collective unconscious, or the “mass mind.” The collective unconscious is a collection of memories of all human experiences from the beginning of time.
You and everyone else on the planet can tap into the collective unconscious, which is also receptive and suggestible.