https://youtu.be/0da1Xv5Vkro 'Practical' because grades are useful. And 'joke' because school replaced the reasons for their usefulness while no one was looking. I had a panic attack in a psychology class after getting a C+ on a test. I know I love psychology. I have books by Freud, Jung, and Nietzsche on my bookshelf. But the… Continue reading Grades: a (practical) joke
https://open.spotify.com/episode/3klTH6gGtZJVyYzJT8vpKJ?si=eBScsWq8T5ezuvtQ0Jk_Gg Trying to escape communication is like trying to escape oxygen. Everywhere you go, even when you're alone, you're communicating something. You're always talking to yourself. In the Freudian sense, you're always in a conversation with your culture and the ideal version of you. Other people expect you to behave a certain way (that's culture).… Continue reading I’m taking a public speaking course and it’s going to change my life
Jung was a juggernaut. Inspired by Poor Bjorn's post about his reading the entire “Story of Civilization” by Will Durant, I’d like to share with you what I consider to be my most ambitious reading project: to read through the entire collected works of C.G Jung (The Bollingen Series as translated by RF.C Hull. Can… Continue reading My Most Ambitious Reading Project: The Collected Works of C.G Jung.