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Psychoanalysis, Phenomenological Anthropology and Religion. Antoine Vergote. In this volume we have brought together some of the most important contributions of Antoon Vergote to the field of what is now called 'clinical psychology of religion'.

Most of these contributions were not published before in English. They cover the field in two ways. On the one hand we selected some articles in which Vergote reflects about the foundations of the clinical psychology of religion.

This first part of the book is about the psychoanalytic and philosophical-anthropological approach of some major topics in the study of religion : e.

In this part we also included a critical reflection about the classic psychoanalytic criticism of religion and about the epistemology and the limits of the psychology of religion. The second part, on the other hand, contains clinical-empirical and psycho-historical studies about concrete religious phenomena. The first section of this part is, amongst other topics, about the psychological approach of the person Jesus, about the psychological profile of the priest and, about some aspects of folk religiosity.

The second section deals with problems in the field of mental health and religion : the differentiation of true and false mysticism, religion and psychopathology and a psychological approach of the experience of visions and apparitions.

Psychology of religion as the study of the conflict between belief. Moral law and original sin in the light of psychoanalysis. Projection and intolerance versus symbolisation. Experience of the divine experience of God. Jesus of Nazareth and the psychology of religion. The humanization of the priest.

A psychological interpretation of the Antonian Phenomenon. The constitution of the subject and the trinitarian articulations of. The mysticism of Theresia of Avila Evans-Pritchard emotional essential ethical evil existence explain expression father folk catholicism folk religion Freud Freudian function guilt idea ideal ideology illusion imaginary interpretation Jesus of Nazareth language Levi-Strauss linguistic manifests meaning Medjugorje mental metaphors moral mystical myth mythical nature neurosis Nevertheless object observed oneself original paternal pathological perception person phenomena phenomenology phenomenon philosophy prayer precisely present projection prophets psychoanalysis psychological psychology of religion question reality reason recognize reference relationship religious experience representation repression rites saint scientific sense sexual signifiers signs situation speak speech act spirit structure supernatural symbolic order term theology theory Theresa Theresa of Avila thought Totem and Taboo truth unconscious Vergote visionaries visions word.

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Antoine Vergote

Psychoanalysis, Phenomenological Anthropology and Religion. Antoine Vergote. In this volume we have brought together some of the most important contributions of Antoon Vergote to the field of what is now called 'clinical psychology of religion'. Most of these contributions were not published before in English. They cover the field in two ways. On the one hand we selected some articles in which Vergote reflects about the foundations of the clinical psychology of religion. This first part of the book is about the psychoanalytic and philosophical-anthropological approach of some major topics in the study of religion : e.

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Vergote, Antoine

Antoine Vergote 8 December — 10 October , also known as Antoon Vergote , was a Belgian Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, psychologist and psychoanalyst. His extensive publications span multiple disciplines including psychoanalysis , hermeneutics , philosophical anthropology, linguistics, theology, cultural anthropology, and phenomenology. Vergote has been acclaimed "the most eminent figure in the field of the psychology of religion" [2] and "a key figure" in European intellectual movements during the 20th century. Vergote was a former student of the French psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan and played an important role introducing psychoanalysis to the University of Leuven. He has published many articles and books on the relationship between psychoanalysis and faith. Vergote's interest in psychoanalysis evolved from his philosophical background.

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