Author Bret Alderman Discusses his Chapter on Viewing Critical Social Justice through a Jungian Lens

Bret Alderman, holds a PhD from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he studied Depth Psychology. He is a life coach and writer based in Oakland, California. He is the author of Symptom, Symbol and the Other of Language: A Jungian interpretation of the Linguistic Turn (2016) published by Routledge. In this episode, Bret uses Jungian Psychology to explain the religious character of CSJ, particularly the intoxicating nature of ideologies and zealotry exhibited by its believers. He delves into the notion of archetypal possession as a persuasive explanation of how CSJ managed to gain such a hold over Western Culture.

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