Romantic Metasubjectivity Through Schelling and Jung

Rethinking the Romantic Subject
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • Hardcover
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  • 280 Seiten
978-0-367-43929-3 (ISBN)
 
Romantic Metasubjectivity Through Schelling and Jung: Rethinking the Romantic Subject explores the remarkable intellectual isomorphism between the philosophy of Friedrich Schelling and Carl Jung's analytical psychology in order to offer a crucial and original corrective to the "reflection theory" of subjectivity.

Arguing that the reflection theory of the subject does not do justice to the full compass of Romantic thinking about the human being, Romantic Metasubjectivity sees human identity as neither discursive aftereffect nor centred around a self-transparent "I," but rather as constellated around the centripetal force of what Novalis calls "The Self of one's self." The author begins with a unique reading of Schelling's early Naturphilosophie as primal site rather than Freudian scene, thinking this site through his Philosophical Inquiries Into the Nature of Human Freedom to The Ages of the World. Reading Jungian metapsychology and its core concepts as therapeutic amplifications of Schelling, the author articulates an intellectual counter-transference in which Schelling and Jung contemporise each other. The book then demonstrates how Romantic metasubjectivity operates in the libidinal matrix of Romantic poetry through readings of William Wordsworth's The Prelude and Percy Shelley's Prometheus Unbound. The book concludes with a discussion of the hit TV series Breaking Bad as a "case study" of the challenges Romantic metasubjectivity raises for fundamental ethical dilemmas which confront us in the 21st century.

Romantic Metasubjectivity is a highly original work of scholarship and will appeal to students and scholars in German Idealism, Romanticism, philosophy, psychoanalysis, theory, Jung studies, and those with an interest in contemporary theories of the subject.
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  • Großbritannien
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  • Höhe: 234 mm
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  • Breite: 159 mm
978-0-367-43929-3 (9780367439293)
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Gord Barentsen received his Ph.D. in English from Western University, London, Canada. His areas of research are Romantic philosophy and literature, psychoanalysis, philosophy, and theory, and he is a founding member of the North American Schelling Society. He currently resides in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.
1. A First Outline of Romantic Metasubjectivity 2. The Romantic Metasubjective Unconscious: Dissociation, Historicity, Trauma 3. Romantic Metasubjectivity: Experience 4. Romantic Metasubjectivity: Individuation 5. "Romantic Myth-Subjectivity": Wordsworth and Shelley Conclusion. "Romantic Meth-Subjectivity"

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