Monday, October 12, 2009

An Online Course Presented By Rose F. Holt, M.A., and Boris L. Matthews, Ph.D.
November 9th, 2009 through December 14th, 2009

“The book does not pretend to be anything but the voice or question of a single individual who hopes or expects to meet with thoughtfulness in the public.”
~ C.G. Jung

"Answer to Job" is the most controversial of Jung’s works. It is also the one he most valued. We will read and discuss this lengthy essay, supplementing it with information about Jung’s reasons for writing it and the furor it created. Our exploration will cover Jung’s distinction between God and god-image, his working definition of religion, and the importance of the Job story within the framework of Jung’s psychological theories.

Learning Objectives:

(1) Understand link between religious traditions and psychology (2) Explore ways scriptural story can parallel psychological development (3) Understand Jung's motivation for seeking his own "answer"

On-line Discussion Forum:
Course participants have access to a website where additional materials will be posted and an ongoing forum available for discussions.

Real-time Video Conference Discussions:
We will meet in six (6) web-hosted seminars for real-time interaction between presenters and participants. (For our live video conferences participants will need a computer, a web cam, and a fast internet connection. Participants will also need to call into a central number at their own long-distance charge for audio connection.)

Seminar Time and Dates: Mondays, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm CDT November 09, 16, 23, 30, and December 07, 14, 2009
Required Readings: The Portable Jung, Edited by Joseph Campbell, Viking Portable Library Publisher. Supplemental reading materials will be provided.

$140* $120 - Students ($20 additional fee – 12 CE credits – call 312.701.0400)

*Price includes access to the website, the web seminar and telephone hook up for the seminar.

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For more information contact: - 314-726-2032 • - 608-217-5184

Rose F. Holt, M.A., practices Jungian psychoanalysis in St. Louis, MO. Boris L. Matthews, Ph.D., practices Jungian psychoanalysis in Madison, WI.