Finding Our Minds

Self and Mind

October 18, 2022 Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan Season 3 Episode 2
Self and Mind
Finding Our Minds
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Finding Our Minds
Self and Mind
Oct 18, 2022 Season 3 Episode 2
Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan

Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses the concept of self and how it is defined from a psychotherapist's perspective. Who or what experiences the concept of self? Works discussed in today's episode include:
 Jiri Benovsky:  Mind and matter:  Panpsychism, dual-aspect monism, and the combination problem.

Philip Bromberg:  Standing in spaces:  The multiplicity of the self and the psychoanalytic relationship.  In Contemporary Psychoanalysis, volume 32.

Lionel Corbett and Leanne Whitney:  Jung and non-duality:  Some clinical and theoretical implications of self ans totality of the psyche.  In the International Journal of Jungian Studies, volume 8.

Galen Strawson:  The subject of experience

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.

Show Notes

Dr. Arnd-Caddigan discusses the concept of self and how it is defined from a psychotherapist's perspective. Who or what experiences the concept of self? Works discussed in today's episode include:
 Jiri Benovsky:  Mind and matter:  Panpsychism, dual-aspect monism, and the combination problem.

Philip Bromberg:  Standing in spaces:  The multiplicity of the self and the psychoanalytic relationship.  In Contemporary Psychoanalysis, volume 32.

Lionel Corbett and Leanne Whitney:  Jung and non-duality:  Some clinical and theoretical implications of self ans totality of the psyche.  In the International Journal of Jungian Studies, volume 8.

Galen Strawson:  The subject of experience

Finding Our Minds is an independently produced, non-monetized podcast. The best way you can support us is by sharing with a friend!

Dr. Margaret Arnd-Caddigan (she/her), LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work at East Carolina University. Her latest book, Holistic Psychotherapy from a Post-Materialist Perspective is available wherever books are sold.

Léa Fae Caddigan (they/he/she/fae/faer) is a writer/director based in New York City. You can follow them on Instagram and Tiktok.

Artwork by Ray Gonzalez and music by Anton Ashmere.