Jung’s Red Book III: “Scrutinies,” the Final Chapter

Philosophy

Course Description

After encounters with numerous inner figures on his way to discover his lost soul, Carl Jung concludes his mysterious Red Book with a third volume entitled “Scrutinies.” In this text we will encounter several enigmatic and evocative characters, including Philemon (Jung’s guide), Salome, Elijah, Hap, Abraxas, and the serpent.

A substantial part of this volume concerns the magician Philemon, who addresses the Dead in Seven Sermons while Jung observes. Who are the Dead addressed by Philemon? Has Jung’s daring enterprise successfully revisioned Christianity? What values does Jung derive from his encounter with his imaginal life? What does it mean that a leader of the early 20th century psychoanalytic movement let his fantasy world determine his fate? How can we articulate the relevance of this book for our 21st century world? What is lost when our world of technology, science, and reason has relegated magic and the soul to the irrecoverable past?

While participation in the previous two courses on Jung’s Red Book will add richness to one’s experience, this course has been designed to accommodate everyone.

 

Please note, that all courses have a maximum enrollment of 18 students.

Priority is given to students who pay upon registration.

For fully registered courses, a waiting list will be created. Should vacancies develop, those on the waiting list will be contacted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please note that we do not allow participants to audit courses for free.

Course Details

First Session: Tuesday, March 31st 2020

Course Length: 10 weeks, Tuesdays, 6:15-8:15 PM

Discussion Team: Valerie Broege, Murray Shugar and Margaret Piton

Course Fee: 

$140.00 (tuition fee)

$92.00 (promotion for new students)

 

Administrative Fee:

$35.00


Total:

$175.00 (tuition fee)

$127.00 (promotion for new students)


Please note, degree students must schedule an appointment with the Admissions and Accreditation Committee to register for courses for this term. Degree students should not register online.

The course fees are refundable in full before the second session. After the second session, a fee of $50 for the withdrawal will be applied. Refunds will not be issued after the third session.

 

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