March 22, 1989: Anthony Stevens in Eugene

Lecture: This lecture will focus upon the contemporary relevance of Jung’s archetypal hypothesis, including its links with ethology and sociobiology as well as mythology and psychiatry. Based on Dr. Steven’s book, Archetypes: A Natural History of the Self, this lecture received an enthusiastic ovation when given for the first time at a convocation at Willamette University last November.

 

Anthony Stevens was born in the West of England. He holds a Doctorate of Medicine from Oxford University, an Oxford M.A. in Psychology, and a Diploma in Psychological Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians. He lectures regularly at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, and at other Jungian organizations in Europe and the United States. He is the author of Archetypes: A Natural History of the Self; Withymead: A Jungian Community for the Healing Arts and The Foundations of War. His latest book, On Jung, will be published this spring.

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