The following hyperlinks may help in your study of the topics presented in this class. If you find a link that is no longer working or have a link you belive should be added to this page, please notify me.
Visit the C.G. Jung site for an incredible number of essays, articles, book summaries, and glossaries. This is a very extensive site.
Required Readings from the C. G. Jung site:
Please look all of these over and select the ones that interest you most and read them closely. Bring your comments, questions, and concerns into class discussion.
- The Erotics of Blame
- Shadow-Boxing: Wrestling with Romantic Partners
- Our Soul's Journey from Bethlehem to Calvary and Beyond
- Wounded Masculinity
- How Our Dreams Can Help Us
- The Inferior Function as a Moral Issue
- Desperados Love in a Time of Broken Heart
- The Importance of Shepherding One's Love
The Gnostic Society This site is a wonderful repository of historical documents and original sources representing the history Gnostic philosophy. There are also contemporary articles done in a scholarly manner that illuminate the ideas about the role of self knowledge as education and growth.
- The Gnosis Archive This is a very extensive online collection of Gnostic scholarship and lectures. It contains a search engine the can produce hundreds of ancient texts online that are fascinating to read in terms of both history and spirituality.
- The Gnostic Society Library A marvelous source of direct access to such documents as the Nag Hammadi and Dead Sea Scrolls along with much more.
- The Genesis Factor (Steven Hoeller) This is a page within the site noted above and presents a very scholarly view of the gnostic writings about creation, Adam, Eve, and the serpent as metaphors that lead to self knowledge.
A NYT article on Nature-Nurture that is a very good overview.