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2 American Beauty plastic bag theme, Thomas Newman

3 Mendrisio March 20, 2014

4 Designing Education for Development and Meaning: Designing Education for Development and Meaning:

5 Designing Education for Development and Meaning: Teaching with Analytic Psychology

6 Paul Shaker, PhD professor emeritus Simon Fraser University British Columbia Canada

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8 Designing Education for Development and Meaning: Teaching with Analytic Psychology

9 Context…

10 Gabrielle Spiegel, Johns Hopkins University The Task of the Historian, Presidential Address, American Historical Association, New York, January 2, 2009.

11 think piece… a piece of writing meant to be thought-provoking and speculative that consists chiefly of background material and personal opinion and analysis

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14 Design…

15 Design… in light of theory

16 Modernism Empirical science leads to all knowledge Consensus Individualism, capitalism, urbanism, industrialization are central European and North American ascendance and colonization Technology, mass media, digitalization The forms of representative democracy The idea of progress and temporality

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19 Escaping Criticism (1874) by Pere Borrell del Caso

20 Postmodernism difference, plurality, textuality, scepticism loss of a metanarrative and identity inventing new rules, changing the game role of chance and contingency subjectivation

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22 Campbells Soup Can (Tomato) (1962) by Andy Warhol Price realized, 2010, $9,042,500.

23 Post-postmodernism the expression of human values that are non-material, such as spirituality a style of humanistic transparency and sincerity, as opposed to irony and cynicism, or faith in authority or traditionacceptance of intuition and feeling as ways of knowing, in addition to thinking

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25 Epsom Kitchen by John Bourne

26 Post-postmodernism an oscillation between… a modern sincerity and a postmodern irony, between hope and melancholy and empathy and apathy and unity and plurality and purity and corruption and naïveté and knowingness; between control and commons and craftsmanship and conceptualism and pragmatism and utopianism.

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28 We Will Not Become What We Mean to You by Barbara Kruger

29 Post-postmodernism Validates subjective, personal values authentically, without irony, and not limited to the material and logical, with acceptance of intuition and feeling.

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32 Applications…

33 Bjarke Ingels Architect Copenhagen & New York pragmatic utopianism hedonistic sustainability

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35 Educate…

36 Educate… for development and meaning

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39 Develop… through addressing learning styles

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41 The 5 Levels of the 4 Jungian Functions J ohn Fudjack & Patricia Dinkelaker (1995) The 5 Levels of the 4 Jungian Functions J ohn Fudjack & Patricia Dinkelaker (1995)

42 …the definitions of 'thinking' and 'sensing' that are in general usage reflect a comparatively higher level understanding…

43 …the definitions of 'thinking' and 'sensing' that are in general usage reflect a comparatively higher level understanding, whereas what is normally meant by the words 'feeling' and 'intuition' refers to comparatively lower levels of accomplishment with respect to those functions.

44 Levels of Feeling: 1. eruptions, emotionality 2. recognition of emotions & levels 3. processing emotion, reflecting 4. empathy, compassion 5. experiencing interdependence

45 Levels of Feeling: 1. eruptions, emotionality Schadenfreude 2. recognition of emotions & levels pity 3. processing emotion, reflecting sympathy 4. empathy, compassion empathy 5. experiencing interdependence bodhisattva

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47 The Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, Nepal, 14 th C., by Donald Macauley

48 All the sages preached a spirituality of empathy and compassion; they insisted that people must abandon their egotism and greed, their violence and unkindness. Karen Armstrong, The Great Transformation

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50 Remorse by John Bourne

51 Levels of Intuition: 1. hunches, suspicions, gut 2. reflection on dreams, imagining 3. brainstorming, creating symbols 4. creating paradigms 5. defining ones meaning

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55 Evolution of Consciousness by Steve McIntosh (2007) after Ken Wilbur

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57 Develop… with awareness of transformations

58 The strength acquired at any stage is tested by the necessity to transcend it in such a way that the individual can take chances in the next stage with what was most vulnerably precious in the previous one. Erik Erikson, Childhood and Society

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60 Connoisseur (1961) by Norman Rockwell

61 Why then, does this accommodation remain… superficial, and why does it not at once lead to correcting the sensory impression by rational truth? Jean Piaget, The Construction of Reality in the Child

62 Because…primitive accommodation of thought… is undifferentiated from a distorting assimilation of reality to the self and is at the same time oriented in the opposite direction.

63 Educate… for development and meaning

64 Educate… for meaning

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66 Where the USA looks for modern meaning… present over future; material over psychological; logic over feeling; monoculture over multiculture; competition over community; change over tradition; individual over group.

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68 Donald Trump

69 Where the USA looks for postmodern meaning…The loss of a continuous meta- narrative therefore breaks the subject into heterogeneous moments of subjectivity that do not cohere into an identity. The Postmodern Condition (1984) J.-F. Lyotard

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71 Andy Warhol self-portrait, silkscreen version sold for $27,522,500 in 2011

72 Where the USA looks for post- postmodern meaning… Affirming subjective, personal values authentically, without irony. Values that are not limited to the material and logical but that address intuition and feeling.

73 Where the USA looks for post- postmodern meaning… Finding community, reflecting on symbols, accepting differences among others, appreciating Nature.

74 As demonstrated by the confluence of history, literature, and mass media…

75 …literary historicity is the characteristic of representations and assertions in prose that qualify for inclusion in justified belief, or knowledge of the world. …literary historicity is the characteristic of representations and assertions in prose that qualify for inclusion in justified belief, or knowledge of the world.

76 The very fact that we are being offered trauma, memory, experience, and the sublime as post-postmodern interests should tell us clearly enough that we are not turning back to any place that looks empirical in the old confident sense.

77 …if there are no permanent or fixed forms anchoring thought and expression, then high degrees of pragmatic stability and continuity of use will have to serve the purpose… --Nancy Partner

78 For stability and use in developing meaning…

79 Jung defines Self as the "archetype of wholeness and the regulating center of the psyche."

80 The ego is the center of consciousness, whereas the Self is the center of the total personality.

81 As the Ego struggles in dreams, so does the Self struggle in waking life.

82 Life is a dream of the Self.

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