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In this second part of our interview, Brian Nuckols explains the Freudian and Jungian pictures of the psyche. While doing so, he digs into concepts such as depth-psychology, projection, shadow, and anima/animus. Among other issues, Brian explains how Freud's and Jung's outlooks differ, what role culture plays for Freud, and just what the ontological status of Jung's archetypes is.
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If existentialism means anything, it means believing in free will. This should sound utterly incompatible with determinism: the view that causality is an exclusively physical phenomenon. However, I subscribe to both. Radical freedom and responsibility are the only response to the fact of determinism that I can think to make.
Talia (audiodrama album)
"It all started when I decided to write a self-aware character." A narrative and musical journey into the mind of a writer who fears that a fictional character of his own creation may be plotting to permanently hijack his very identity and agency. The humorous, philosophical, tragic, and absurd story is accompanied by a rich and varied original score, incorporating elements of electronica, prog rock, jazz, hip-hop, chamber, choral, avant-garde, and metal. 96 min. album.