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Tresan, D.I. (2004). This new science of ours: A more or less systematic history of consciousness and transcendence Part II. J. Anal. Psychol., 49(3):369-396.

(2004). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 49(3):369-396

This new science of ours: A more or less systematic history of consciousness and transcendence Part II

David I. Tresan, M.D.

Part I of this paper having postulated the locus of consciousness as residing in a field between primitive mind in participation mystique with the world and a transcendent ground of being, Part II takes up the nature of mind itself in this field in terms of in vivo experiences. Operations and manifestations of consciousness are inexhaustively explored in four venues: 1) Jung's life experiences, 2) Joseph Henderson's theory of psychic development, 3) Eric Voegelin's theory of consciousness and 4) the experiences of analytic patients in far reaches of very long analyses.

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