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The Global Pandemic of Authoritarian Politics: Trump, Modi and the Joker Archetype | Online Lecture by Johann Graaff

2020-07-18T11:25:58+02:00

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of authoritarian governments across the world in the last 10 years. More distressing has been the degree to which these governments and these leaders have been supported by voters. How do we explain this bizarre phenomenon from a Jungian point of view?

The Global Pandemic of Authoritarian Politics: Trump, Modi and the Joker Archetype | Online Lecture by Johann Graaff2020-07-18T11:25:58+02:00

Society, Nationalism and Mobs: Jung’s Sociological Clumsinesses

2020-01-28T07:22:59+02:00

My concern in this article is to further the process of constructing a Jungian sociology. This argument goes through five steps. In the first, following Emile Durkheim, I define two baseline elements of what sociology entails, how it differentiates itself from psychology; and, leading on from this, what a viable Jungian sociology looks like.

Society, Nationalism and Mobs: Jung’s Sociological Clumsinesses2020-01-28T07:22:59+02:00
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