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Brain Mechanisms of Dreaming

20.02.2018 17:00

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Veranstalter: University of Essex - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies
Veranstaltungsort: Colchester Campus
Senate Room 4.772
CO4 3SQ Colchester
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

In 1900, Sigmund Freud published his landmark book The Interpretation of Dreams, in which he claimed that dreams are meaningful psychological acts which (1) attempt to fulfil wishes arises during sleep and (2) attempt to protect sleep.

Karl Popper famously claimed that Freud’s theories were pseudoscientific, since they were unfalsifiable. However, between the 1950s and 1970s a series of neuroscientific studies were reported (using methods not previously unavailable) which seemed to falsify Freud’s theory.

These studies pivoted around the discovery of the brain mechanisms of REM sleep, which Allan Hobson described as mindless, meaningless and motivationally neutral – an automatic physiological process.

This event will focus on subsequent studies, conducted by the speaker between 1997 and 2017, which demonstrate that the brain mechanisms of dreaming are dissociable from those of REM sleep - and anything but motivationally neutral. His most recent findings (not yet published) suggest that dreams may very well serve the function of protecting sleep.

History of analytical psychology

21.02.2018 17:00

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Veranstalter: University of Essex - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies
Veranstaltungsort: Colchester Campus
4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ Colchester
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

Despite its relevance in the reconstruction, contextualization and understanding of Jung’s theories and their development(s), the study of the history of analytical psychology is an area of research which remained pretty snubbed in post-Jungian literature as well as in program studies at training Jung Institutes.

In my presentation, I intend to discuss some topics, issues and questions related to this, and also consider the Freudian historiographic tradition. To this end, I’ll especially consider one of the most complex period of Jung’s biography and also in post-Jungian historiography, namely Jung’s activity and statements during-the 30’s. 
The Speaker
Giovanni Sorge studied Literature, Philosophy and History of religions in Venice and Berlin. In 2010 he received his doctoral degree at the Research Center for Social and Economic History (University of Zürich) with a dissertation on Jung and the International Medical Society for Psychotherapy, based on extended archival researches.

In 2016 he presented the main collection of sources, deposited at the C.G. Jung Papers Collection at the ETH-Zurich. He worked as scientific advisor for the Eranos Foundation, is editor of the Philemon Foundation (with two forthcoming volumes), lectures at the C.G. Jung Institute in Küsnacht and collaborates with “Stillpoint Zurich”. 

Death and the City

14.03.2018 17:00

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Veranstalter: University of Essex - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies
Veranstaltungsort: Colchester Campus
4N.6.1
CO4 3SQ Colchester
Vereinigte Königreich
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ENGLISCH

Organisations can face many different endings – sharp and brutal, premature or carefully planned and premeditated – all these endings have emotional collateral damage.

We are working in an environment where crises, failure and demise are everyday features. Closure, merger, downsizing, redundancy, liquidation, insolvency, administration – this is the dialect of organisational life in a recession driven economy.

Such vulnerability at work creates challenges for decision making, operational and communication delivery as well as the loss and suffering of individuals involved.

Death and the City offers a psychoanalytic perspective of death in organisations. It brings fresh insight into Freud’s work on death and applies this thinking to understand contemporary organisational closure and collapse. 



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