Hekmat Quarterly Journal, Volume (1), No (5), Year (2012-3) , Pages (1-20)

Title : ( Jung,s conception of God and Religion )

Authors: Ali Haghi ,

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Abstract: This paper studies the problem of God and religion in the works of Carl Jung. To Jung\\\'s mind, religion is a psychic phenomenon. God and religion, in this theoretical framework, are reduced to psychic categories. Religious experience, then, is found in the depth of man\\\'s psyche. According to Jung, God is not found outside man but inside them; therefore, God is known through the archetypes that exist in man\\\'s unconscious psyche. Jung divides facts into two categories: psychical facts and physical facts. He believes that psychical facts are as real as physical facts and even more accessible to the human mind than physical facts. Jung claims that the best way to access to the unconscious is dreams analysis. In short, his central core of theories about religion is that the thoughts of the unconscious are not ones own thoughts, that religious experience force themselves upon the consciousness of the individual and the source of God is the human unconscious psyche. Keywords: unconscious, archetypes, religion, dreams, psychic, religious experience.


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author = {Haghi, Ali},
title = {Jung,s conception of God and Religion},
journal = {Hekmat Quarterly Journal},
year = {2012},
volume = {1},
number = {5},
month = {March},
issn = {1916-2693},
pages = {1--20},
numpages = {19},
keywords = {God - Religion - Jung},


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