Emotion and Spirit: Questioning the Claims of Psychoanalysis and Religion

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EMOTION AND SPIRIT
Questioning the Claims of Psychoanalysis and Religion

Neville Symington with a new Preface by the author

Foreword by Jon Stokes

London
KARNAC BOOKS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One 5
  • 1 - The Nature Of Primitive Religion 7
  • 2 - Mature Religion 14
  • 3 - The Judaeo-Christian Tradition 22
  • 4 - Religious Wisdom From The East 28
  • 5 - Socrates -- Religious Teacher in Classical Greece 37
  • 6 - The Relation Between The Moral and the Spiritual 46
  • 7 - Towards a Definition Of Religion 49
  • Part Two 55
  • 8 - Freud's Diagnosis Of Religion 57
  • 9- Meissner's Critique Of Freud 67
  • 10 - The Challenge of Jung 77
  • 11 - From Causal to Moral In Psychoanalysis 84
  • 12 - The Current Relation Between Psychoanalysis And Religion 89
  • 13 - Erich Fromm's Assessment Of Religion 97
  • Part Three 103
  • 14 - The Human Condition 105
  • 15 - Narcissism and the Human Condition 115
  • 16 - The Transformation Of Narcissism Through Psychoanalysis 128
  • Part Four 139
  • 17 - The Domain Of Psychoanalysis 141
  • 18 - Conscience and The Super-Ego 154
  • 19 - Self-Knowledge, Virtue And Mental Health 164
  • 20 - Psychoanalysis -- A Spirituality 171
  • 21 - Psychoanalysis -- A Spirituality in the World 179
  • 22 - Science and Religion 186
  • Conclusion 192
  • Index 193
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