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Synchronicity as Cultural Critique

Jung developed the concept of synchronicity as part of his critique of the cultural condition of his day, which he saw as characterised by excessive rationalism in science, loss of a sense of the sacred, and social mass-mindedness—as described in terms of Weber’s notion of disenchantment.
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Synchronicity as Cultural Critique

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16 Oct 2020, 19:30 – 21:15 BST
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Jung developed the concept of synchronicity as part of his critique of the cultural condition of his day, which he saw as characterised by excessive rationalism in science, loss of a sense of the sacred, and social mass-mindedness—a condition that could be aptly described in terms of Weber’s notion of disenchantment.  In this talk we consider whether synchronicity, as a holistic principle of acausal connection through meaning, might also have anything to contribute towards addressing the many social, political, and environmental crises that beset our contemporary world.

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