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A Jungian Perspective on the Most Important Issue of Our Time - Climate Change

Merritt calls for a paradigm shift at the cultural, social, political and spiritual levels drawing on Jungian ecopsychology in order to address the apocalyptic threat inflicted by human species on all others.

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Modern Institutions, Phenomenal Dissociations, and Destructiveness Toward Humans and the Environment

Environmental theorists frequently argue that human–nature alienations are to blame for the increasingly severe global environmental crisis.

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Climate Change and the Apocalyptic Imagination

This article attempts a psycho-social analysis of the apocalyptic response to actual or imagined disasters and traces two variants of this response – the redemptive and the survivalist.

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Climate Change and Human Flourishing

It is often argued that those concerned about motivating ambitious and proportional responses to profound environmental challenges, such as climate change, must construct a compelling and inspiring vision of an alternative future.

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Psychoanalysis and Climate Change

We seem to be sleep walking towards disaster.

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Climate on the Couch: unconscious processes in relation to our environmental crisis

This paper is an exploration of our psychological attitudes underlying climate change and ecological crisis

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