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 ==== Lecture 2 ==== ==== Lecture 2 ====
 === 3. The Death in Coniunctio === === 3. The Death in Coniunctio ===
-<fc green>In reference to [[aker:collected_works:​cw14|Mysterium Coniunctionis,​ Collected Works Vol. 14]] where Jung talks of  {{:aker:books_and_literature:​scrutinium_chymicum:​scrutinium_chymicum_img_50.jpg?​linkonly|plate L}} from [[books_and_literature:​secretioris_naturae|Secretioris Naturae Secretorum Scrutinium Chymicum]] or [[books_and_literature:​atalanta_fugiens|Atalanta Fugiens]] :</​fc>​\\  +<fc green>In reference to [[collected_works:​cw14|Mysterium Coniunctionis,​ Collected Works Vol. 14]] where Jung talks of  {{books_and_literature:​scrutinium_chymicum:​scrutinium_chymicum_img_50.jpg?​linkonly|plate L}} from [[books_and_literature:​secretioris_naturae|Secretioris Naturae Secretorum Scrutinium Chymicum]] or [[books_and_literature:​atalanta_fugiens|Atalanta Fugiens]] :</​fc>​\\  
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 p38 In //Anatomy of the Psyche// I speak of this as an image of the lesser coniuntcio.<​sup><​fc red>​17</​fc></​sup> ​ It's a picture of what happens when the immature aspect of the ego embraces the unconscious:​ it undergoes death or dissolution. ​ For the immature ego it is very dangerous to have any dealings with the unconscious. ​ (What we're talking about here is the psychological basis of the incest taboo.) ​ The "​dismemberment"​ that the alchemical texts speak of could correspond to a psychosis or some other fatal psychic event.\\ This is illustrated frequently in the phenomenology of erotic love. ..." p38 In //Anatomy of the Psyche// I speak of this as an image of the lesser coniuntcio.<​sup><​fc red>​17</​fc></​sup> ​ It's a picture of what happens when the immature aspect of the ego embraces the unconscious:​ it undergoes death or dissolution. ​ For the immature ego it is very dangerous to have any dealings with the unconscious. ​ (What we're talking about here is the psychological basis of the incest taboo.) ​ The "​dismemberment"​ that the alchemical texts speak of could correspond to a psychosis or some other fatal psychic event.\\ This is illustrated frequently in the phenomenology of erotic love. ..."
  
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 p43 "Thus, the sun - or spirit principle - is wounded by an encounter with the matter principle <fc green>​(the moon)</​fc>​. ​ This is all associated with egohood: whatever incarnates as an earthbound, specific ego is inevitably subject to wounding."​ p43 "Thus, the sun - or spirit principle - is wounded by an encounter with the matter principle <fc green>​(the moon)</​fc>​. ​ This is all associated with egohood: whatever incarnates as an earthbound, specific ego is inevitably subject to wounding."​
  
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 === 7. Kenosis === === 7. Kenosis ===
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 ==== Lecture 5 ==== ==== Lecture 5 ====
 === 3. The Inscription and its Interpretations === === 3. The Inscription and its Interpretations ===
-pp71 <fc green>​Edinger proposes 7 types of interpretation for the riddle, the "​Enigma of Bologna"​ discussed by Jung in [[aker:collected_works:​cw14&#​the_enigma_of_bologna|Mysterium Coniunctionis,​ Collected Works Vol. 14]]:\\ i. Alchemical\\ ​ ii. Personalistic\\ iii. reductive\\ iv. Philosophical\\ v. Erotic\\ ​ vi. Ecclesiastical\\ ​ vii. Psychological</​fc>​+pp71 <fc green>​Edinger proposes 7 types of interpretation for the riddle, the "​Enigma of Bologna"​ discussed by Jung in [[collected_works:​cw14#​the_enigma_of_bologna|Mysterium Coniunctionis,​ Collected Works Vol. 14]]:\\ i. Alchemical\\ ​ ii. Personalistic\\ iii. reductive\\ iv. Philosophical\\ v. Erotic\\ ​ vi. Ecclesiastical\\ ​ vii. Psychological</​fc>​