Richard Wilhelm: The Transformation of a German Psyche in China with Zhou Dangwei
C.G. Jung Club London
This Thursday evening event is offered by the C. G. Jung Club London and will be held in person at the Essex Church and on Zoom.
The Club warmly welcomes anyone with an interest in Jungian psychology and related fields. Website: https://www.jungclub-london.org/index.html
Jung’s Red Book ended with his receipt of Richard Wilhelm’s translation of The Secret of the Golden Flower, for which Jung wrote a long commentary. Cary Baynes subsequently translated Wilhelm’s German version of the I Ching into English, which then became an international best-seller. Wilhelm’s translations of these Chinese classics went beyond the sinological circle and stimulated communication between the East and the West. For Jung, “fate seems to have apportioned to us (Wilhelm and Jung) the role of two piers supporting the bridge between East and West.”
Zhou Dangwei’s talk will give a brief overview of Wilhelm’s life and work in China from 1899 to 1924 and show how Wilhelm went from being a German Protestant missionary to a “spiritual mediator” between these two cultures.
ZHOU DANGWEI was born in Henan, China. He studied Applied Psychology for his BA and Analytical Psychology for his first MA in SCNU in Guangzhou. His second MA was in European Thought at University College London, and he was then awarded a PhD. He is currently researching the life and work of German sinologist Richard Wilhelm. His broader interests include Carl Jung, the history of Analytical Psychology, and the historical communications between Eastern and Western philosophical and psychological traditions.
Venue: Booking preferred
Online: Prebooking essential
To book your place/obtain the online link, email the Administrator email@example.com with booking and payment details.
NOTE: Online booking will close at 5pm on Wednesday 19 July
PAYMENT: can be made by debit/credit card or PayPal on our website www.jungclub-london.org (home page above picture of Jung)
BACS payment should be made to C G Jung Club London
Bank: Lloyds Sort Code: 30-95-35 Account No: 00304455
BIC/SWIFT: LOYDGB21466 IBAN: GB77 LOYD 3095 3500 3044 55
Ref: July 20 and your surname
If paying by card or BACS please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
To book, email email@example.com