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Human Development and Values in Mythos and Logos Cultures

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: WF-PS-ZAGORSKA-ER Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 14.4 / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Human Development and Values in Mythos and Logos Cultures
Jednostka: Instytut Psychologii
Grupy: Grupa przedmiotów - oferta Erasmus
Grupa przedmiotów ogólnouczelnianych - Obszar nauk społecznych (I stopień i jednolite magisterskie)
Wykłady monograficzne - Psychologia
Zajęcia w językach obcych w Instytucie Psychologii
Punkty ECTS i inne: 6.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Poziom przedmiotu:

zaawansowany

Symbol/Symbole efektów kształcenia:

K_W02

K_W03

K_K03

Skrócony opis:

The course belongs to the area of developmental anthropological psychology. The aim of the course is to acquaint students with a concept that whilst a process of secularization proceeds nevertheless the human being remains homo mythicus. Homo mythicus is a being which still needs the mythos, as the 'mythos' type cognitive processes are proper to the mind of man and can be observed in forcible existential narratives and rituals. The course will also focus on supplying students with a broader view on the dychotomy of human thinking and refering to reality: logos-mythos. As the contemporary domain of mythos is the ludic sphere of culture and can be observed in phenomena aimed at psychic transference into a culturally created reality, a model of contemporary quasi-mythical ludic activities will be presented. The modern mythos will be shown on the example of cultures from different regions of Africa, with the participation of guests from Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda.

Pełny opis:

The course belongs to the area of developmental anthropological psychology. The aim of the course is to acquaint students with a concept that whilst a process of secularization proceeds nevertheless the human being remains homo mythicus. Homo mythicus is a being which still needs the mythos, as the 'mythos' type cognitive processes are proper to the mind of man and can be observed in forcible existential narratives and rituals. The course will also focus on supplying students with a broader view on the dychotomy of human thinking and refering to reality: logos-mythos. As the contemporary domain of mythos is the ludic sphere of culture and can be observed in phenomena aimed at psychic transference into a culturally created reality, a model of contemporary quasi-mythical ludic activities will be presented. The modern mythos will be shown on the example of cultures from different regions of Africa, with the participation of guests from Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda.

Content:

1. The idea of bimodality of human cognition and functioning in different sciences.

The concept of logos and mythos.

2. Lateral model of the human mind. The postformal integration of cognition and emotion according to G. Labouvie-Vief.

4. Archaic and contemporary mythical thinking.

5. Mythos as a living myth (M. Eliade, B. Malinowski et al.). The domain of logos and the domain of mythos.

6. Myth, archetype, hierophany in the thought of M. Eliade.

7. Mythos and logos in the thought of C. G. Jung.

8. Symbols from psychological and anthropological perspective.

9. Living myth as an extended narrative symbol.

10. The existential character of the living myth. The psychology of myth.

11. Rites and rituals. Maturity initiation (A. van Gennep, V. Turner, M. Eliade).

12. Realms of mythos in archaic and contemporary cultures.

13. Logos and mythos cultures. Self and culture. African’s cultures as mythos cultures.

14.Theoretical model of contemporary quasi-mythical behaviours. Examples of contemporary quasi-mythical phenomena in popular culture.

15. The specificity of man's ludic activity in adulthood. Quasi-mythical behaviours in the ludic sphere as a contemporary substitute for religion.

Literatura:

Eliade, M. (1959). The sacred and the profane. The nature of religion. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World.

Eliade, M. (1968). Myths, dreams & mysteries. London-Glasgow: Fontana Library Press.

Labouvie-Vief, G. (1990). Modes of knowledge and the organization of development. W: M.L. Commons, Ch. Armon, L. Kohlberg, F.A. Richards, T.A. Grotzer (red.), Adult development, vol. 2 (43-62). NY: Praeger.

Lipska A., Zagórska, W. (in press). Crossing the threshold of adulthood: J.J. Arnett's emerging adulthood as an elaborate liminal phase of the rite of passage.

Marcus H.R., Kitayama S. (1991). Culture and the self: Implication for cognition, emotion, and motivation. Psychological Review, 98(2), 224-253.

Zagórska, W. (2001). Symbolic transfer and adult participation in a culture-created reality. Studia Iagellonica Humani Cultus Progressus, 5(1), 19-32.

Zagórska, W. (2007). Searching for mythos. A new approach to ludic activity in adulthood. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 38(3), 156-165.

Zagórska, W. (2010). Integration of logos and mythos as a developmental necessity. W: E. Rydz, D. Musiał (red.), The psychology of human development – selected issues (13-26). Lublin: TN KUL.

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

The oral or written exam finishes the course (it depends on number of participants).

The final grade is composed of:

- activity during the course and presentation (60%)

- presence on classes (20%)

- evaluation of the exam (20%)

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2017/18" (jeszcze nie rozpoczęty)

Okres: 2018-02-01 - 2018-06-30
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Typ zajęć: Wykład, 30 godzin, 20 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Agnieszka Szymańska, Adam Świeżyński, Wanda Zagórska
Prowadzący grup: Wanda Zagórska
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Egzaminacyjny
E-Learning:

E-Learning (pełny kurs) z podziałem na grupy

Typ przedmiotu:

fakultatywny dowolnego wyboru

Skrócony opis:

The course belongs to the area of developmental anthropological psychology. The aim of the course is to acquaint students with a concept that whilst a process of secularization proceeds nevertheless the human being remains homo mythicus. Homo mythicus is a being which still needs the mythos, as the 'mythos' type cognitive processes are proper to the mind of man and can be observed in forcible existential narratives and rituals. The course will also focus on supplying students with a broader view on the dychotomy of human thinking and refering to reality: logos-mythos. As the contemporary domain of mythos is the ludic sphere of culture and can be observed in phenomena aimed at psychic transference into a culturally created reality, a model of contemporary quasi-mythical ludic activities will be presented. The modern mythos will be shown on the example of cultures from different regions of Africa, with the participation of guests from Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda.

Pełny opis:

The course belongs to the area of developmental anthropological psychology. The aim of the course is to acquaint students with a concept that whilst a process of secularization proceeds nevertheless the human being remains homo mythicus. Homo mythicus is a being which still needs the mythos, as the 'mythos' type cognitive processes are proper to the mind of man and can be observed in forcible existential narratives and rituals. The course will also focus on supplying students with a broader view on the dychotomy of human thinking and refering to reality: logos-mythos. As the contemporary domain of mythos is the ludic sphere of culture and can be observed in phenomena aimed at psychic transference into a culturally created reality, a model of contemporary quasi-mythical ludic activities will be presented. The modern mythos will be shown on the example of cultures from different regions of Africa, with the participation of guests from Ethiopia, Kenya and Rwanda.

Content:

1. The idea of bimodality of human cognition and functioning in different sciences.

The concept of logos and mythos.

2. Lateral model of the human mind. The postformal integration of cognition and emotion according to G. Labouvie-Vief.

4. Archaic and contemporary mythical thinking.

5. Mythos as a living myth (M. Eliade, B. Malinowski et al.). The domain of logos and the domain of mythos.

6. Myth, archetype, hierophany in the thought of M. Eliade.

7. Mythos and logos in the thought of C. G. Jung.

8. Symbols from psychological and anthropological perspective.

9. Living myth as an extended narrative symbol.

10. The existential character of the living myth. The psychology of myth.

11. Rites and rituals. Maturity initiation (A. van Gennep, V. Turner, M. Eliade).

12. Realms of mythos in archaic and contemporary cultures.

13. Logos and mythos cultures. Self and culture. African’s cultures as mythos cultures.

14.Theoretical model of contemporary quasi-mythical behaviours. Examples of contemporary quasi-mythical phenomena in popular culture.

15. The specificity of man's ludic activity in adulthood. Quasi-mythical behaviours in the ludic sphere as a contemporary substitute for religion.

Literatura:

Eliade, M. (1959). The sacred and the profane. The nature of religion. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World.

Eliade, M. (1968). Myths, dreams & mysteries. London-Glasgow: Fontana Library Press.

Labouvie-Vief, G. (1990). Modes of knowledge and the organization of development. W: M.L. Commons, Ch. Armon, L. Kohlberg, F.A. Richards, T.A. Grotzer (red.), Adult development, vol. 2 (43-62). NY: Praeger.

Lipska A., Zagórska, W. (in press). Crossing the threshold of adulthood: J.J. Arnett's emerging adulthood as an elaborate liminal phase of the rite of passage.

Marcus H.R., Kitayama S. (1991). Culture and the self: Implication for cognition, emotion, and motivation. Psychological Review, 98(2), 224-253.

Zagórska, W. (2001). Symbolic transfer and adult participation in a culture-created reality. Studia Iagellonica Humani Cultus Progressus, 5(1), 19-32.

Zagórska, W. (2007). Searching for mythos. A new approach to ludic activity in adulthood. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 38(3), 156-165.

Zagórska, W. (2010). Integration of logos and mythos as a developmental necessity. W: E. Rydz, D. Musiał (red.), The psychology of human development – selected issues (13-26). Lublin: TN KUL.

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