C. G. Jung

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THE PHILADELPHIA JUNGIAN PROFESSIONAL CLUB
AND
Health Forum Online (www.healthforumonline.com)
ARE PLEASED TO OFFER:

 

Finding  Common Ground among Evolutionary Biology, Cognitive Archaeology, and Analytic Theory
 

 

May 15, 2015
Margaret Boone Rappaport, Ph.D. and Christopher J. Corbally, SJ, Ph.D.

Margaret Boone Rappaport, Ph.D., is a cultural anthropologist and Co-Founder of The Human Sentience Project. She works as a futurist, lecturer, and science fiction novelist in Tucson, Arizona. As President, Policy Research Methods, Incorporated, Falls Church, Virginia, she was contractor to federal and state agencies for over twenty years. She lectured in Sociology and Anthropology at Georgetown and George Washington Universities. She earned her doctorate at the Ohio State University in 1977. Her dissertation was on the adjustment of Cuban refugee women and families. Dr. Rappaport is a past Chair of the Ethics of the American Anthropological Association.


Christopher J. Corbally, SJ, Ph.D., is a Jesuit priest and an astronomer with the Vatican Observatory Research Group, for which he has served as Vice Director, and liaison to its headquarters at Castel Gandolfo, Italy. He is an Adjunct Associate Astronomer at the Department of Astronomy, University of Arizona and ministers to a wide variety of Catholics, including Native Americans, in Tucson, Arizona. He earned his doctorate in Astronomy at the University of Toronto in 1983 and continues investigating stars via their spectra. Dr. Corbally is a past president of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science.

While there has been substantial discussion of Jungian archetypes over the years, there was always the possibility that these early observations had anthropological merit. In this presentation, anthropologist and student of psychological anthropologist Erika Bourguignon, Margaret Boone Rappaport and theologian/astronomer Christopher Corbally explore their newly developed hypothesis of “Matrix Thinking,” which is in some ways analogous to the notion of archetypes. Matrix Thinking is based on the most recent archaeological evidence of early humans in Africa. Remains show the first indications of scientific, religious, and artistic thinking from sites as distant as 200,000 years ago. Interestingly, the concept of “Matrix Thinking” – while it usually employs linguistic symbols because they are so easy for humans to manipulate - can also be traced to the pre-linguistic symbols found everywhere in primary process thinking, including dreams. Discussion will include some history of the relationship between Jungian models and psychological anthropology.
 

Date:      May 15th, 2015

 
Place:     The Academy House (Terrace Level)
              1420 Locust Street
              Philadelphia, PA 19102
 

Time:     1:00pm-5:00pm (Registration & Light Lunch at 12:30)
 

Phone:   302 655-7461 or 302 218 5008(cell)

 

FEES: $125 (Enrollment is limited.)
Participants requesting CE credits will be charged an additional $20 ($5 for each credit).

 

These activities are being co-sponsored by Health Forum Online (www.healthforumonline.com) and The Philadelphia Jungian Professional Club and are associated with four (4) hours of CE credits each. HealthForumOnline is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education (CE) for psychologists. HFO maintains responsibility for this program and its content. The Pennsylvania Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors allows APA-approved programs to be used as CE credits for these professionals.


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       Dr. Jay Ann Jemail

       5829 Kennett Pike

       Centreville, DE 19807

       302 655-7461 or 302 218 5008(cell)

       FAX 302 655 1954