O padre, o psiquiatra e o problema do mal

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  • Punita Miranda GAP Institute

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21901/2448-3060/self-2021.vol06.0002

Palavras-chave:

Carl Jung, Victor White, livro de “Jó”, “Answer to Job”, mal

Resumo

Este artigo trata do problema do mal dentro do quadro de referência da psicologia profunda. A primeira parte introduz, de modo breve, a narrativa do livro de “Jó” como um exemplo para contextualizar a questão fundamental da relação de Deus com o mal e de como ela permaneceu não respondida e foi deixada em aberto na teologia cristã. A segunda parte reconstrói, historicamente, a polêmica não resolvida a respeito da natureza do mal entre Carl Jung (1875-1961) e o scholar, teólogo e dominicano inglês, Victor White (1902-1960). Examina as diferentes especulações e formulações que ambos fizeram relativas ao mal e suas implicações psicológicas, até a ruptura final, após a severa resenha crítica de White a respeito da obra mais controversa de Jung sobre religião, “Answer to Job”. A parte final deste artigo introduz reflexões adicionais a um tema desafiador que é tão poderoso e relevante no mundo atual de terrorismo em nome da religião, quanto o era na Europa do pós-guerra, que lutava para recuperar-se do totalitarismo e do genocídio.

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Biografia do Autor

Punita Miranda, GAP Institute

Graduada em psicologia clínica pela UniCeub (Brasília/DF); mestre em pesquisa pelo Center for History of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents (Amsterdã/Holanda), com dissertação de mestrado intitulada "O 'Livro Vermelho' de Jung e a história da psiquiatria no século XIX". Completou o Programa de Treinamento de Liderança, realizado pela analista junguiana Marion Woodman no Canadá e Inglaterra. Candidata ao diploma de analista junguiana no Instituto GAP (Londres).  

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Miranda, P. (2021). O padre, o psiquiatra e o problema do mal. Self - Revista Do Instituto Junguiano De São Paulo, 6(1), 1–32. https://doi.org/10.21901/2448-3060/self-2021.vol06.0002

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