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Their collaboration resulted in the combined publication of Jung's treatise on synchronicity and Pauli's essay on archetypal ideas influencing Kepler's writings in. Atom and Archetype the Pauli Jung Letters - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Essay on the correspondence of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl. (Epub Download) Atom and Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters, [Free Ebook] Click button below to download or read this book.

Paulis own research revealed to him a direct lineage from Plato through Kepler to Jung on the notion of archetypes, eternal ideas that Kepler believed were implanted in the soul by the mind of God: These primary images, which the soul can perceive with the aid of an innate instinct are called by Kepler archetypal Atom and Archetype, p. Jung and functioning as instincts of imagination. What attracted both men to Keplers work was as much a world view as it was the content of his physics.

In a hitherto unpublished essay by Pauli, Modern Examples of Background Physics, he recounts that in the 17th century physics of Kepler, the physical and symbolic participated together as Atom and Archetype 4 a unity, leading both men to intuit the connective tissue between their disciplines through Keplers work.

By means of these instincts of the imagination, Pauli and Jung launched an intense exchange to discover correspondencesa network of analogies that would excite and convince both men of the analogies that hold psyche and physis together in an intimate, powerful and invisible partnership.

But their meeting really began, as Beverley Zabriskie informs us in her penetrating Introduction, when Pauli, in life distress and psychic despair, sought out Jung for direction in attending to his emotional and psychological pain Atom and Archetype, p. As their relationship shifted from personal to professional, Pauli found in Jungs work some startling analogies to his own.

For example, in a letter dated 14 October , as he was undergoing dream analysis with Jung, whom he met with regularly on Thursdays at noon, Pauli suggests that the radioactive nucleus is an excellent symbol for the source of energy of the collective unconscious. It indicates that consciousness does not grow out of any activity that is inherent to it; rather, it is constantly being produced by an energy that comes from the depths of the unconscious and thus has been depicted in the forms of rays from time immemorial Atom and Archetype, p.

Atom and Archetype 5 In addition, Pauli readily concluded that complementarity in physics has a very close analogy with the terms conscious and unconscious in psychology, in that any observation of unconscious contents entails fundamentally indefinable repercussions of the conscious on these very contents Atom and Archetype, p.

The letters uncover as a whole Paulis growing excitement and his often restless pursuit to reveal the hidden analogies that he believed consistently governed the psychic and physical regions of being.

In a letter to Jung dated 27 February , as he relates one of his dreams Jung eventually interpreted over of Paulis dreams , the physicist recounts how a term from mathematics, automorphism cropped up. He claims that it had the effect of a mantra and that the dream was seeking a generic term Readers of the letters will be struck by Paulis desire to set up equations, correspondences, lists of analogies as ways to grasp the parallel universes, as it were, of physics and psychology.

For example, in a lengthy and involved missive dated 27 February , in responding to Jungs recently published Answer to Job, Pauli outlines an intriguing chart comparing the two disciplines. I wont duplicate it here, but only offer one Atom and Archetype 6 example: the chart reads Quantum physics on the left, Psychology of the individuation process and the unconscious in general on the right.

Under Psychology, The human personality, consisting of nucleus or Self and Ego. The entire list within the impassioned letter to Jung depicts Paulis own fascination and at times obsession with discovering the elixir that will mix both realms, perhaps in his own pursuit of wholeness.

He writes towards the end of the letter: It is today the archetype of the wholeness of man from which natural science, now in the process of becoming quaternary, derives its emotional dynamics.

As Pauli has begun speaking authoritatively as a psychologist, Jung begins making statements more conventionally ascribed to a physicist. Clearly, they have imaginally donned one anothers mantle.

To Paulis list, Jung responds in a letter of 7 March by adding to the physicists compilation: Jung juxtaposes the smallest mass particle consists of corpuscle and wave with the archetype as structure element of Atom and Archetype 7 the unconscious consists of static form on the one hand and dynamics on the other.

It is as if the two men found their common ground with one another, had indeed even absorbed enough of one anothers lexicon to speak two languagesthat of physics and psychology in a mutually shared imagination.

At this point Jung brings in explicitly the world of spirit, which has to this point in the conversation hovered along the margins. Now the duality of psyche-physics engages a third: the relation between matterpsychespirit.

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I want to quote Jungs own realization of psyche and matter as a response to Paulis profound understanding of physics and psyche: The psycheas a medium participates in both Spirit and Matter. I am convinced that it the psyche is partly of a material nature. The archetypes, for example, are Ideas in the Platonic sense on the one hand, and yet are directly connected with physiological processes on the other; and in cases of synchronicity they are arrangers of physical circumstances, so that they can also be regarded as a characteristic of Matter as the feature which imbues it with meaning.

These pages, from about 84 through constitute the nucleus, or core of the correspondence, from my perspective. Both men, through the windows of their respective disciplines, do come to one shared agreement: that psyche and matter are governed by common, neutral, not in themselves ascertainable ordering principles p.

Nonetheless, and without being ascertainable, these principles of order do allow Jung in a letter of 24 October to suggest the following schema to Pauli: psyche Drives, affects sensory activities, life of the body physis material or physical manifestations p.

Spirit, however, characterizes a specific category of this substancenamely, all those contents that cannot be derived either from the body or from the thinking, abstraction, perceiving spirit Atom and Archetype 9 external world. Psyche is also a matrix based on the mother archetype.

Spirit, however is masculine and is based on the Father archetype and in a patriarchal age, claims precedence over both the psyche and matter.

From such a schema Jung extrapolates an insight that melds both disciplines into a coniunctio: The characteristic that is peculiar to the archetype is that it manifests itself not only psychically-subjectively but also physically-objectively; in other words, it is possible that it can be proved to be both a psychic inner occurrence and also a physical external one p.

He concludes: the physical and psychic matrix is identical. His diagram attempts to assess visually the deep analogies shared by psyche and physis as they yoke spirit and matter. How are the alike? What makes them different? What can we say for certain that they share and actually reinforce in one another? These are, for me, the key questions raised and tentatively answered in this energetic exchange of two trail-blazing men in their respective fields.

The collection of correspondences also allows us a glimpse into a time when letters were often as long, involved, and as carefully crafted as a paper presented at a conference or a chapter of a book. In fact, many of Jungs responses to Pauli did find their way, mutatis mutandis, into his collected works. Here we see Jung thinking on a different level as he responds to Paulis dream interpretations, challenging Jungs theories or adding to Jungs own grasp of the psyches movement, governed perhaps by the same laws and ordering principles that affect and inform the physical world.

Jung was later to write in The Structure and Dynamics of the Self, one of his key statements on this relationship: Psyche cannot be totally different from matter, for how otherwise could it move matter? And matter cannot be alien to psyche, for how else could matter produce psyche? Psyche and matter exist in one and the same world, and each partakes of the other CW 9,2, , par.

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Their work was later to coalesce around the discoveries of the scientist and mystic, Johannes Kepler Their informal missives translated into this shared treatise, with Kepler as the catalyst for their own respective thoughts. Kepler was very important to both physicist and psychologist for reasons stated by Pauli in Appendix 6 of Atom and Archetype pp.

Paulis own research revealed to him a direct lineage from Plato through Kepler to Jung on the notion of archetypes, eternal ideas that Kepler believed were implanted in the soul by the mind of God: These primary images, which the soul can perceive with the aid of an innate instinct are called by Kepler archetypal Atom and Archetype, p. Jung and functioning as instincts of imagination. What attracted both men to Keplers work was as much a world view as it was the content of his physics.

In a hitherto unpublished essay by Pauli, Modern Examples of Background Physics, he recounts that in the 17th century physics of Kepler, the physical and symbolic participated together as. By means of these instincts of the imagination, Pauli and Jung launched an intense exchange to discover correspondencesa network of analogies that would excite and convince both men of the analogies that hold psyche and physis together in an intimate, powerful and invisible partnership.

But their meeting really began, as Beverley Zabriskie informs us in her penetrating Introduction, when Pauli, in life distress and psychic despair, sought out Jung for direction in attending to his emotional and psychological pain Atom and Archetype, p.

As their relationship shifted from personal to professional, Pauli found in Jungs work some startling analogies to his own. For example, in a letter dated 14 October , as he was undergoing dream analysis with Jung, whom he met with regularly on Thursdays at noon, Pauli suggests that the radioactive nucleus is an excellent symbol for the source of energy of the collective unconscious.

It indicates that consciousness does not grow out of any activity that is inherent to it; rather, it is constantly being produced by an energy that comes from the depths of the unconscious and thus has been depicted in the forms of rays from time immemorial Atom and Archetype, p.

In addition, Pauli readily concluded that complementarity in physics has a very close analogy with the terms conscious and unconscious in psychology, in that any observation of unconscious contents entails fundamentally indefinable repercussions of the conscious on these very contents Atom and Archetype, p.

The letters uncover as a whole Paulis growing excitement and his often restless pursuit to reveal the hidden analogies that he believed consistently governed the psychic and physical regions of being. In a letter to Jung dated 27 February , as he relates one of his dreams Jung eventually interpreted over of Paulis dreams , the physicist recounts how a term from mathematics, automorphism cropped up.

He claims that it had the effect of a mantra and that the dream was seeking a generic term Readers of the letters will be struck by Paulis desire to set up equations, correspondences, lists of analogies as ways to grasp the parallel universes, as it were, of physics and psychology.

For example, in a lengthy and involved missive dated 27 February , in responding to Jungs recently published Answer to Job, Pauli outlines an intriguing chart comparing the two disciplines.

I wont duplicate it here, but only offer one. The atom, consisting of nucleus and shell. Under Psychology, The human personality, consisting of nucleus or Self and Ego. The entire list within the impassioned letter to Jung depicts Paulis own fascination and at times obsession with discovering the elixir that will mix both realms, perhaps in his own pursuit of wholeness.

He writes towards the end of the letter: It is today the archetype of the wholeness of man from which natural science, now in the process of becoming quaternary, derives its emotional dynamics. As Pauli has begun speaking authoritatively as a psychologist, Jung begins making statements more conventionally ascribed to a physicist. Clearly, they have imaginally donned one anothers mantle. To Paulis list, Jung responds in a letter of 7 March by adding to the physicists compilation: Jung juxtaposes the smallest mass particle consists of corpuscle and wave with the archetype as structure element of.

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It is as if the two men found their common ground with one another, had indeed even absorbed enough of one anothers lexicon to speak two languagesthat of physics and psychology in a mutually shared imagination.

At this point Jung brings in explicitly the world of spirit, which has to this point in the conversation hovered along the margins.

Now the duality of psyche-physics engages a third: I want to quote Jungs own realization of psyche and matter as a response to Paulis profound understanding of physics and psyche: The psycheas a medium participates in both Spirit and Matter. I am convinced that it the psyche is partly of a material nature. The archetypes, for example, are Ideas in the Platonic sense on the one hand, and yet are directly connected with physiological processes on the other; and in cases of synchronicity they are arrangers of physical circumstances, so that they can also be regarded as a characteristic of Matter as the feature which imbues it with meaning.

These pages, from about 84 through constitute the nucleus, or core of the correspondence, from my perspective. Both men, through the windows of their respective disciplines, do come to one shared agreement: Nonetheless, and without being ascertainable, these principles of order do allow Jung in a letter of 24 October to suggest the following schema to Pauli: Psyche is for me, as you know, a general term indicating the substance of all phenomena of the inner world.

Spirit, however, characterizes a specific category of this substancenamely, all those contents that cannot be derived either from the body or from the thinking, abstraction, perceiving spirit. Psyche is also a matrix based on the mother archetype. Spirit, however is masculine and is based on the Father archetype and in a patriarchal age, claims precedence over both the psyche and matter.

From such a schema Jung extrapolates an insight that melds both disciplines into a coniunctio: The characteristic that is peculiar to the archetype is that it manifests itself not only psychically-subjectively but also physically-objectively; in other words, it is possible that it can be proved to be both a psychic inner occurrence and also a physical external one p.

He concludes: His diagram attempts to assess visually the deep analogies shared by psyche and physis as they yoke spirit and matter. One wonders if Jungs thought would ever have run along these grooves had not Pauli pushed him into it with his own analogical thinking about physics, dreams and analytical psychology. Clearly Pauli facilitated Jungs thought if not actually directing it. In the process of narrating a long dream sequence, Pauli concludes his.

These sightings and insightings by Jung will end the letters portion of the volume just before the extensive appendices, numbering 12 and containing unpublished essays by Pauli, former lectures, as well as notes by Jung and others on the subject of synchronicity. Jungs speculations about UFOs are fascinating and once again wed matter to psyche: As such, he suggests that they are statements from the unconscious and indeed portray the ultimate superiority of the unconscious over consciousness.

He ends his letter with a note of gratitude to Pauli and finds himself deeply impressed by the conformity of physical and psychological thought processes, which can only be regarded as synchronistic.In , world-renowned physicist Wolfgang Pauli had already done the work that would win him the Nobel Prize. Jung and Pauli are in important ways of imagination all compact. Atom and Archetype: As their relationship shifted from personal to professional, Pauli found in Jungs work some startling analogies to his own.

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It is enlightening to see how much Pauli had in formulating the idea of Synchronicity and one understands why he is listed as the co-author. Jung, setting a standing appointment for Mondays at noon.

As Pauli has begun speaking authoritatively as a psychologist, Jung begins making statements more conventionally ascribed to a physicist.

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