Archetypal Memory and the Genetic Paradigm

John Ryan Haule is leading some of the most interesting discussions on evolutionary psychology from a Jungian perspective: “Jung dreamed the dream of the biological and human sciences at a time before a synthesis of those disciplines was possible. And he did so with amazing prescience. By the hundredth anniversary of his birth, evidence was finally coming in that the human body-and-mind is organized by inherited structures essentially indistinguishable from the archetypes. In the last thirty years, the evidence has become overwhelming. Therefore, the time has come to tell the story of this remarkable consilience between our Jungian psychology and a biology founded on Darwinian principles and augmented by genetics — what biologists today call the “modern synthesis.” (more…)

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