LECTURES, COURSES, WORKSHOPS
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We seem to have made a flawless transition to our new home downtown in the lower floor of the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto. Do come by and visit us when the library-office is open on Thursdays. Staff may also be there on other days, so do call or email ahead to see if another time can work for you.
Mar. 26, Apr. 9
except Mar. 19: 1:30pm.-4:30pm
In great drama we can witness and experience the profound nature of the psyche. This seminar will begin with an introductory session. Then we will have a dramatic reading of Shakespeare’s play, Measure for Measure. This will be followed by two afternoons to discuss our reflections and insights with particular attention to the complex relationship between the Self and ego, a central dynamic of the individuation process explored by C.G. Jung.
Texts: William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure; Edward Edinger, The Psyche on Stage; Individuation Motifs in Shakespeare and Sophocles, pp. 13-41. (This latter is an Inner City Book, 2001.)
Nov. 28, Mar. 26, Apr. 9: $25 at the door
Mar. 19: $35 at the door
Lecture at 14 Elm
Ernest Ingersoll, an historian of dragon-lore, writes: "No dragon exists – none ever did exist. Nevertheless a belief in its actuality has prevailed since remote antiquity.” This lecture will wander through Dragon-lore and present its archetypal-psychological relevance.
SUSTAINING MEMBERS: FREE
NON MEMBERS: $20 IN ADVANCE; $25 AT THE DOOR