By Robert Aziz

Offers a brand new theoretical paradigm that is going past the constraints of Freudian and Jungian mental models.

In The Syndetic Paradigm, Robert Aziz argues that the Jungian Paradigm is a deeply unsuitable theoretical version that falls wanting its promise. Aziz bargains in its stead what he calls the Syndetic Paradigm. not like the Jungian Paradigm, the Syndetic Paradigm takes the serious theoretical step of relocating from a closed-system version of a self-regulatory psyche to an open-system version of a psyche in a self-organizing totality. The Syndetic Paradigm, during this regard, holds that every one of lifestyles is sure jointly in a hugely complicated complete via an ongoing technique of spontaneous self-organization. the hot theoretical version that emerges in Aziz’s paintings, whereas taking on the elemental matters of its Freudian and Jungian predecessors with psychology, ethics, spirituality, sexuality, politics, and tradition, conducts us to an adventure of which means that altogether exceeds their respective bounds.

“Grounded in either conception and perform, Aziz deals a high-quality critique of either Freud and Jung and offers a version that is going past them. The Syndetic Paradigm will creatively problem Freudian and Jungian theorists of every kind, together with cultural theorists. The critique and correction that Aziz bargains is of primary importance.”— Harold Coward, writer of Yoga and Psychology: Language, reminiscence, and Mysticism

“This booklet is an absolute needs to for readers of Jungian and Freudian literature. it really is one of many infrequent works that takes a new examine the total panorama of intensity psychology and has the braveness to assert that every of the 2 demonstrated paradigms has vital shortcomings, blind spots, and outright contradictions.” — Jeffrey C. Miller, writer of The Transcendent functionality: Jung’s version of mental development via discussion with the Unconscious

“Lucidly written and richly illustrated with medical fabric, Aziz’s ebook is going past highlighting difficulties in Jungian and Freudian concept to suggest a cogent new version that resolves them. the result's a profound and desirable paintings that's infused with non secular knowledge in addition to mental perception. it's a booklet that merits to be heavily meditated not just via psychotherapists yet through all these looking a coherent and dignifying new paradigm of our man or woman within the world.” — Roderick major, writer of Revelations of likelihood: Synchronicity as non secular Experience

Robert Aziz is a psychotherapist in inner most perform, an government advisor in the company area, and has lectured at the psychology of the subconscious. he's a scientific Member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists and an entire Member of the Canadian mental organization, and is the writer of C. G. Jung’s Psychology of faith and Synchronicity, additionally released by means of SUNY Press.

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