Conference 2014

"The Theory of C.G.Jung - Interdisciplinary research"

Wroclaw, Poland, June 12-14, 2014
University of Wroclaw


The Conference Program – Wrocław 2014

Thursday - 12.06.2014   

* 8:00 - Registration
* 9:00 - The Conference Opening

9:10-9:50     (Keynote speaker) Prof. Robert Segal  -  Is Jungian psychology scientific?

9:50-10:30     Dr Miriam Gomes de Freitas  -  Aspects of Descartes and Pascal diverging psychological stands as regards knowledge that find expression in the differences of the Freudian and Jungian methodological approaches to psychology
Miriam Gomes de Freitas, MD - AGAP, IAAP, ABP (Brazilian Association of Psychiatry), Brazil

10:30-11:10     Dr Hab. Maria Kostyszak - On problem solving – C.G. Jung’s and M.Heidegger’s perspectives
Maria Kostyszak - University of Wroclaw, Poland

11:10 - 11:20 Tea break

11:20-12:00     Dr Joe Cambray (Past-President of IAAP) - Jung's visionary science – A cosmology  for the 21st century
Joe Cambray - Past-President of IAAP, USA

12:00-12:40     Dr Adam Adamski - Jungian theory of the collective unconsciousness in the light of quantum psychology
Adam Adamski - University of Silesia, Poland

12:40 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:40     Prof. Alessandra De Coro - The concept of “image” in C.G. Jung’s theory and in a modern psychoanalytic perspective
Alessandra De Coro - IAAP, Italy

14:40-15:20     Dr Anna Tomkowska  -  Common memory and imagination – the archetypes in the perspective of theory of sign
Anna Tomkowska   - University of Wroclaw, Poland

15:20 - 15:30 Tea break

15:30-16:10     Prof. Roderick Main  -  Durkheim, Weber, Jung: society and the individual from an interdisciplinary perspective
Roderick Main  - University of Essex, UK

16:10-16:50     Dr Hab. Ilona Błocian -  Jung and social thought - The undiscovered Self
Ilona Błocian - University of Wroclaw, Poland

16:50 - 17:00 Tea break

17:00-17:40     Prof. Megumi Yama  -  Listening to the narrative in the depth: Ego consciousness in the Japanese psyche    
Megumi Yama  - Kyoto Gakuen University, Japan

17:40-18:20     Dr Norifumi Kishimoto  -  Subject drop and Jung’s concept of ego and Self
Norifumi Kishimoto  - Takatsuki Red Cross Hospital, Osaka, Japan

Friday - 13.06.2014

9:00-9:40     Prof. Michael Escamilla  - Bleuler, Jung, and the creation of "the schizophrenias"
Michael Escamilla  - the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, in El Paso Texas, USA

9:40-10:20     Dr Andrzej Kuźmicki   -  Developing Jung's theory of mind in the light of evolutionary psychology. The theory of consciousness in the context of cognitive skills of the individuals with learning disability and the pygmy chimpanzees (bonobo)
Andrzej Kuźmicki -  Polish Journal of Analytical Psychology,

10:20-11:00     Dr Nancy Krieger - Consciousness as an emergent phenomenon
Nancy Krieger - International School of Analytic Psychology (ISAP), France

11:00-11:10  Tea break

11:10-11:50     Wolfgang Fach  -  Exceptional human experiences and the dual-aspect monism of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Gustav Jung    
Wolfgang Fach  - Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health, Germany

11:50-12:30     Dr Jolanta Kowal (President of PTPA) - How to objectify qualitative study on analytical psychology? The sense of applying statistical methods in qualitative research
Jolanta Kowal - University of Wroclaw, Poland

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00-14:40     Prof. M.Straś-Romanowska, Dr J.Kowal, Dr M.Kapała - Spiritual Intelligence Inventory (SII). The construction process and method validation
Maria Straś-Romanowska - University of Wroclaw, Poland
Jolanta Kowal - WSZ Edukacja, Poland
Magdalena Kapała - University of Wroclaw, Poland

14:40-15:20     Dr Mathew Mather  -  Saint Patrick and the Snake: interpreting contemporary Irish art through the lens of Jung's alchemical myth
Mathew Mather  - Limerick School of Art and Design, Irland

15:20-16:00     Martyna Chrześcijanska - Jungian psychology in the world of art: Theatre.
Martyna Chrześcijanska - University of Warsaw, Poland

16:00-16:10  Tea break

16:10-16:50     Prof. Józef Kozak  -  Does the problem of measurement in quantum mechanics have something to do with the issues that occur in the depth psychology of Carl Gustav Jung?
Józef Kozak  - AGH Kraków, Poland

16:50-17:30     Dr Adam Adamski - Jungian theory of the collective unconsciousness in the light of quantum psychology
Adam Adamski - University of Silesia, Poland

** 19:00 or 20:00- Official Dinner (t.b.c.)
Saturday - 14.06.2014

9:00-9:40     Dr Henryk Machoń  - The function of religion in the theory of C. G. Jung
Henryk Machoń  -  Opole University of Technology, Poland

9:40-10:20     Dr Anna Kuzio  -  The persuasive effect of image features on the activation of archetypes in communication: a case study of Polish and English
Anna Kuzio  -  College of Management “Edukacja”

10:20 - 10:30 Tea break

10:30-11:10     Jerzy Bytniewski  -  C.G. Jung and the postmodern discourse
Jerzy Bytniewski  -  University of Lodz, Poland

11:10-11:50     Dr Ewa Kwiatkowska   -  The idea of culture image confronted with Jung tradition    
Ewa Kwiatkowska   -  Wroclaw University, Poland

11:50 - 13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:10    Aleksandra Busse-Brandyk - Conscious of the unconsciousness. The relationships between archetypal symbolic expressions and psychological type - in the light of conducted research
Aleksandra Busse-Brandyk -  Wroclaw University, Poland

14:10-14:50     Dr Bianka Lewandowska  -  The scientific and non-scientific arguments with refer to the problem of sex in the light of C.G.Jung's concept of androgyny
Bianka Lewandowska   -  University of Wroclaw, Poland

14:50 - 15:00 Tea break

15:00-15:40     Kamila Czajkowska - Music hidden within the structure of personality in the theory of C.G. Jung.
Kamila Czajkowska - University of Wroclaw, Poland

15:40-16:20     Dr Zbigniew Bitka - Double Bottom Coffer. The discourse on the textual-archetypal  duality in the novel “Laur i cierń” (Laurel and thorn) by Wladyslaw Lech Terlecki
Zbigniew Bitka - University of Opole, Poland

16:20 - 16:30 Tea break

16:30-17:10     Michał Rozmysł  - In search of the Wise Old Man archetype: Master Twardowski
Michał Rozmysł  - The John Paul II  Catholic University of Lublin, Poland


17:50 - The End of The Conference