“The decisive question for man is: Is he related to something infinite or not?” (C. G. Jung, Memories Dreams, Reflections)
“No matter what the world thinks about religious experience, the one who has it possesses a great treasure, a thing that has become for him a source of life, meaning, and beauty, and that has given a new splendor to the world and to mankind.” (C. G. Jung “Psychology and Religion”, CW 11:167)
The Fourth Joint Conference of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) the International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS) (www.jungianstudies.org)
Co-Sponsored by the Yale Divinity School 9th-12th July 2015 Yale University New Haven, Connecticut
In 1905 Yale University established the Dwight Harrington Terry Lectureship, popularly known as the ‘Terry Lectures’. Its aim has been to encourage scholars and the general public to consider the nature and role of religion from a humanitarian perspective in light of modern science and philosophy.
Download the Call for Proposals in PDF form here: Call for Participation Joint IAAP-IAJS Conference Yale 2015