Nanni Moretti, Jasmine Revolution, Sacrifice, Dreams: Jung in the Year 2011

Author/s Antonio Vitolo
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2011/33
Language Italian Pages 14 P. 29-42 File size 314 KB
DOI 10.3280/JUN2011-033003
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Starting from a very interesting movie, Nanni Moretti’s Habemus Papam, the Author focuses on some contents of the collective unconscious. The relationship between the archetypical net of the Vatican government and the astonishing crisis of a new Pope, similar to Cartesius dubito ergo sum, is supposed as a metaphor of a deepest need for transformation. The roots of sacrifice and transcendent function are also considered in regard to the political movement of the indigandos in Western Europe and to the Jasmine Revolution in Maghreb and later in Egypt. Last but not least: the dream, considered as the birth of thinking, works in Jungian analysis until today as a rich legacy of the open system created by C.G. Jung.

Keywords: Religious Metapsychology, Sacrifice, Indignados, Trauma among Individuals, Dream between Individuals, Jung’s Theory as an Open System

Antonio Vitolo, Nanni Moretti, gelsomini, sacrificio, i sogni: Jung nel 2011 in "STUDI JUNGHIANI" 33/2011, pp 29-42, DOI: 10.3280/JUN2011-033003