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On the path to peace: From dualism to what kind of holism?
08/09/2017 de 16:00 a 18:00 UTC+1
Speaker. Mikel Garcia Garcia in the congress “One world: logical and ethical implications of holism” U.K. September 2017 https://oneworldprojectholism.wordpress.com/
Peace is not naive but impertinent! «Holism» can be understood in very different ways and be used as a further weapon in the prevailing war culture. «Holo» was applied to one of the main horrors of the twentieth century: the Holocaust. Holism has lights and shadows. It can extol the light, as antithesis of darkness-evil, in the naive belief that if we pay attention to the luminous side everything will work well. Art Levine (1985) has caricatured this «positive thinking» approach as «the Pollyanna paradigm». Jung conceives the term holism and its variants as «totality.» A totality understood as totalities, or holons, which, at the same time, are parts of higher totalities. An implicit order, the UNUS MUNDUS of alchemy, is an example of a unified field of evolutionary relationship between matter, psyche and spirit. Synchronicity is a particularly powerful manifestation of the field with its resonant reflections of internal and external events. I will present a Basque mythical telling: «Etsai and Axular», which contemplates totality in the sense of Jung: «There is no light without shadow and no psychic totality free from imperfections … Life does not require us to be perfect but complete; And for this, the «thorn in the flesh» is needed, the suffering of defects without which there is no progress or ascent. » The story allows inferring hypotheses about the armed struggle and the construction of peace in the recent history of Euskal Herria (the Basque people).
Keywords: Holism, Jung, Peace, Euskal Herria, Basque people, Myths, Oral tradition, Shadow, Integration