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1.6368 Mississippi Burning.
This three-page-paper explores the movie Mississippi Burning and discusses whether the movie was based on fact, Hollywood Hype or some of both. Many of the events were indeed factual events but for box office ratings the movie takes off with an artistic license to attract movie goers across the nation. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Filename: 6368 Mississippi Burning.doc
2.An Argument against a One World Soul using Aquinas' 76th Question of the Summa Theologica as a model.
St. Thomas Aquinas, in question 76 of the Summa Theologica, argues for and convinces the reader of the existence of one universal intellect. Our modern translation of this might be Jung's description of archetypal knowledge. When the argument is dissected, it is difficult to refute the idea that all of humanity shares enough commonalities of temperament, instinct, desire and need that the reality of a universal intellect, a shared oneness, is not hard to accept. There is enough of a commonality of human experience that, separate from religion or any other delimiting factor, we can readily see that, independent of God, humanity universally prefers some things to others (pleasure to pain, comfort to discomfort, satiety to hunger, security to danger). These are representatives of our inner innate drives and exist whether we perceive a single unifying God, multiple Gods, or no God at all. The fact that the Atheist and the Catholic both prefer the same things mentioned above indicates that the intellect is separate from the soul and from God. The argument over the existence of a universal Soul, however, takes on a much different element. There are three arguments for the existence of a universal soul, and there are three counter arguments which will, it is hoped, demonstrate that unlike a universal intellect, each person maintains their own individual and wholly unique soul. The question, then, being pondered is, whether the soul is multiplied according to the number of bodies.
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Filename: 13759 Question Summa Theologica.doc
3.An Analysis of Carl Jung.
This paper will discuss the biographical background of Psychiatrist Carl Jung, and seek to understand how he lived within his profession. Also, by examining some of important ideas in psychology, we can learn how he innovated within this field.
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Filename: 14784 Analysis Carl Jung.doc
4.17324 Psychology and Carl Jung.
This is a 5-page paper on the life and theories of Carl Jung.
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Filename: 17324 On Carl Jung.doc
5.17325 Carl Rogers and Experiential Learning.
This paper analyzes Carl Rogers and his theory of experiential learning. APA format.
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Filename: 17325 Carl Rogers, Experiential.doc
6.18735 Jung's Answer to Job as Indication of his Views of Suffering.
Jung comments in introducing the Book of Job that it is plain how the people of the Old Testament regarded their God. What concerned him more was the idea carried by his contemporary Christians on this subject. (1976, 527) Jung seems to be saying that Western humanity continues to be haunted by myths of a God that become angry, vindictively attack sinners and show plain preference for the virtuous. (1976, 529) The testing of Job's faith is a very serious business, as described by Jung with occasional references to scripture.
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Filename: 18735 Jung Job Suffering.doc
7.18747 Jung, Human Suffering, and The Book of Job.
This paper describes C.G. Jung's insight into the allegorical figure and the lessons of Job, as they remain very important elements of Myth that are attached to the Judeo-Christian tradition that has had such great importance to the development of Western civilization. As much as the last 2000 years are telescoped under a theme of Christendom, we see that as Joseph Campbell suggested, older myths remain powerful.