Interdisciplinary Psychology

Thus, in the area of "interdisciplinary psychology" the Institute is deeply committed in it's "philosophical psychology" program to the ongoing dialogue and critical "interface" between "traditional" psychology and other contemporary schools of thought, such as "phenomenology in psychology and psychiatry", "existential psychoanalysis", "logotherapy", C.G. Jung and "Analytic Psychology", "Mandala therapy", as well as Ken Wilber's "Integral" psychology (transpersonal psychology). In this light, the Institute's "Interdisciplinary psychology" studies program encourages students to think critically on the subject matter of mind, body, and spirit, in order to find an "integral" understanding of the whole person.

Prague Humanities Institute - Interdisciplinary Integral Psychology


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Independent Study Program

C.G. JungIrving D. Yalom
James HillmanErich Fromm
Sigmund FreudMichael Foucault
Viktor FranklJacques Lacan
Medard BossEugene Minkowski
Ludwig Binswanger
Erwin Straus
R.D. Laing

B.A. M.A. and Ph.D. Courses:

C. G. Jung

Psy. 490. A Psychoanalytic Study of “the Double” in Dostoevsky and Stevenson (syllabus)
Psy. 495. Introduction to C. G. Jung and Analytic Psychology (syllabus)
Psy. 500. C.G. Jung and Analytic Psychology
Psy. 505. Psychology and the East
Psy. 510. Jung on Christianity
Psy. 515. Psychology and Western Religion
Psy. 520. Archetypes, Dreams, and Symbols in C. G. Jung
Psy. 525. The Great Mother: An Analysis of the Archetype
Psy. 530. Personal Unconscious, Collective Unconscious, Ego, Shadow
Psy. 535. Spiritual Pilgrims: C. G. Jung and St. Teresa of Avila on the Christian Archetype
Psy. 540. Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self
Psy. 545. Jung's Challenge to Contemporary Religion
Psy. 550. Jung on Death and Immortality
Psy. 555. Jung's Treatment of Christianity
Psy. 560. Psychology of Religion & Mandalas (East-West)
Psy. 565. In God's Shadow: The Collaboration of Victor White and C. G. Jung

Viktor Frankl

Psy. 570. Man's Search for Meaning (syllabus)
Psy. 580. The Doctor and the Soul: From Psychotherapy to Logotherapy (syllabus)
Psy. 590. Man's Search for Ultimate Meaning (syllabus)
Psy. 600. Psychotherapy and Existentialism
Psy. 610. The Unconscious God
Psy. 620. The Will to Meaning (syllabus)
Psy. 630. The Unheard Cry for Meaning

Medard Boss

Psy. 640. The Writings of Medard Boss
Psy. 650. The Zollikon Seminars: Protocols, Conversations, Letters
Psy. 660. Existential Foundations of Psychology and Medicine
Psy. 670. Psychoanalysis and Daseinanalysis
Psy. 680. The Analysis of Dreams
Psy. 690. On Dreaming: an Encounter with Medard Boss
Psy. 700. Existential-Phenomenological Perspectives in Psychology

Ludwig Binswanger

Psy. 710. The Selected Writings of Ludwig Binswanger
Psy. 720. The Freud-Binswanger Correspondance: 1908-1938
Psy. 730. Phenomenology in Psychology and Psychiatry (syllabus)
Psy. 740. Sigmund Freud: Reminiscences of a Friendship
Psy. 750. Dream and Existence
Psy. 760. Heidegger's Ontologico-Existential Analytic in Binswanger's Psychiatry
Psy. 770. Binswanger's Way to Freud and Beyond him to Phenomenology

Erwin Straus

Psy. 780. Phenomenological Psychology: Selected Papers
Psy. 790. The Primary World of the Senses
Psy. 800. Phenomenology of Will and Action: 2nd Lexington Conference
Psy. 810. Phenomenology and Memory: 3rd Lexington Conference
Psy. 820. Aisthesis and Aesthetics: 4th Lexington Conference
Psy. 830. Psychiatry and Philosophy
Psy. 840. Man, Time, and World: Two Contributions to Anthropological Psychology

R. D. Laing

Psy. 850. The Divided Self: An Existential Study in Sanity and Madness
Psy. 860. Sanity Madness and the Family
Psy. 870. Reason and Violence: A Decade of Sartre
Psy. 880. The Politics of Experience and the Bird of Paradise
Psy. 890. Self and Others in R. D. Laing
Psy. 900. Experience, Science and Psychiatry
Psy. 910. Wisdom, Madness and Folly: The Making of a Psychiatrist

Sigmund Freud

Psy. 1000. Freud A to Z: An Introduction to Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysis (syllabus)
Psy. 1010. Interpretation of Dreams
Psy. 1020. Civilization and it's Discontents
Psy. 1030. The Future of an Illusion
Psy. 1040. Totem and Taboo
Psy. 1050. The Origin and Development of Psychoanalysis
Psy. 1060. The Ego and the ID
Psy. 1070. The Unconscious
Psy. 1080. Beyond the Pleasure Principle

James Hillman

Psy. 1090. Archetypal Psychology
Psy. 1100. The Essential James Hillman: A Blue Fire
Psy. 1110. Healing Fiction
Psy. 1120. Re-Visioning Psychology
Psy. 1130. Senex and Puer
Psy. 1140. Insearch: Psychology and Religion
Psy. 1150. The Myth of Analysis: Three Essays in Archetypal Psychology
Psy. 1160. Emotion: Phenomenology of Theories and Their Meanings For Therapy
Psy. 1170. Loose Ends: Primary Papers in Archetypal Psychology
Psy. 1180. Suicide and the Soul
Psy. 1190. The Dream in the Underworld

Irvin D. Yalom

Psy. 1200. Existential Psychotherapy (syllabus)
Psy. 1210. The Yalom Reader
Psy. 1220. Lying on the Couch
Psy. 1230. Love's Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy

Rollo May

Psy. 1310. The Discovery of Being: Writings in Existential Psychology
Psy. 1320. Psychology and the Human Dilemma
Psy. 1340. Freedom and Destiny
Psy. 1350. Existence
Psy. 1360. Man’s Search for Himself
Psy. 1370. The Meaning of Anxiety

Erich Fromm

Psy. 1410. Escape from Freedom
Psy. 1420. Man for Himself, an Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics
Psy. 1440. Psychoanalysis and Religion
Psy. 1450. Forgotten language; An Introduction to the Understanding of Dreams, Fairy Tales, and Myths
Psy. 1460. The Art of Loving
Psy. 1470. Sigmund Freud's mission; an analysis of his personality and influence
Psy. 1480. Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism
Psy. 1485. The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness
Psy. 1490. The Crisis of Psychoanalysis
Psy. 1495. Greatness and Limitation of Freud's Thought

Jacques Lacan

Psy. 1510. Ecrits: A Selection
Psy. 1525. Television: A Challenge to the Psychoanalytic Establishment
Psy. 1540. The Seminar, XX Encore: On Feminine Sexuality
Psy. 1555. The Seminar, Freud's Papers on Technique
Psy. 1560. The Seminar, Book II, The Ego in Freud's Theory and Technique of Psychoanalysis
Psy. 1570. The Seminar, Book III, The Psychoses
Psy. 1585. The Seminar, Book VII, The Ethics of Psychoanalysis
Psy. 1590. The Language of the Self: The Function of Language in Psychoanalysis
Psy. 1595. The Seminar, XI, The Four Fundamental Concepts of Psychoanalysis

Michael Foucault

Psy. 1610. Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason
Psy. 1625. The Birth of the Clinic: An Archeology of Medical Perception
Psy. 1620. Mental Illness in Psychology
Psy. 1655. The Order of Things: An Archeology of the Human Sciences
Psy. 1660. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison
Psy. 1670. History of Sexuality: Volume I. The Will To Knowledge
Psy. 1685. History of Sexuality: Volume II. The Use of Pleasure
Psy. 1690. History of Sexuality: Volume III. The Care of the Self
Psy. 1695. Society Must Be Defended
Psy. 1695. Abnormal
Psy. 1695. Psychiatric Power

Existential Psychology: East-West

Psy. 1700. Introduction to Existential Psychology East-West
Psy. 1710. “Brilliant Sanity”: Buddhist and Western Approaches to Psychotherapy (syllabus)
Psy. 1480. Psychoanalysis and Zen Buddhism

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