Works on Process Psychology

Mills, Jon (2010). Origins: On the Genesis of Psychic Reality (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press).

Mills, Jon (2005). Process Psychology. In J. Mills (Ed.), Relational and Intersubjective Perspectives in Psychoanalysis: A Critique. Northvale, NJ: Aronson/Rowman & Littlefield, 279-308.

Mills, Jon (2002). The Unconscious Abyss: Hegel's Anticipation of Psychoanalysis,(Albany: SUNY Press). Series in Hegelian Studies.

Mills, Jon (2000). Dialectical Psychoanalysis: Toward Process Psychology. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 23(3), 20-54.

Mills, Jon (2000). Hegel on Projective Identification: Implications for Klein, Bion, and Beyond. The Psychoanalytic Review, 87(6), 841-874.

Mills, Jon (2000). Hegel and Freud on Psychic Reality. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 12(1), 159-183.

Mills, Jon (2000). Hegel on the Unconscious Soul. Science et Esprit , 5(23), 321-340.

Mills, Jon (1998). Theosophic and Neo-Platonic Influences on Hegel's Theory of the Unconscious Abyss. Colloquia Manilana,Vol.VI, 25-44.

Mills, Jon (1996). Hegel on the Unconscious Abyss: Implications for Psychoanalysis. The Owl of Minerva, 28 (1), 59-75.

Papers on Process Philosophy

Mills, Jon (2002). Whitehead Idealized: A Naturalized Process Metaphysics. Process Studies.

Mills, Jon (2003). Whitehead's Unconscious Ontology. Theory & Psychology .

Works on Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Mills, Jon (2011). Conundrums : A Critique of Contemporary Psychoanalysis (New York: Routledge).

Mills, Jon (2005). A Critique of Relational Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 22(2), 155-188.

Mills, Jon (2006). A Response to my Critics. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 23 (1), 197-209.

Papers on Clinical Theory and Technique

Mills, Jon (2008). Attachment Deficits, Personality Structure, and PTSD. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 25(2), 380-385.

Mills, Jon (2005). On Moral Countertransference. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 2(3): 236-248.

Mills, Jon (2004). Countertransference Revisited . The Psychoanalytic Review. 91(3), 467-515.

Mills, Jon (2004). Structuralization, Borderlineopathy, and Schizoid Phenomena. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 21(2), 319-326.

Mills, Jon (2004). Structuralization, Trauma, and Attachment. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 21(1), 154-160.

Mills, Jon (2003). Ameliorating Suicidality . Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 23(4), 68-70.

Papers on Philosophical Psychology

Mills, Jon (2011). Deconstructing Hermes: A Critique of the Hermeneutic Turn in Psychoanalysis. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 71(3), 238-245.

Mills, Jon (2006). Reflections on the Death Drive . Psychoanalytic Psychology, 23(2)373-382.

Mills, Jon (2004). Clarifications on Trieb: Freudís Theory of Motivation Reinstated. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 21(4), 673-677.

Mills, Jon (2003). Existentialism and Psychoanalysis: From Antiquity to Postmodernism. The Psychoanalytic Review, 90(3), 269-279.

Mills, Jon (2003). Lacan on Paranoiac Knowledge. Psychoanalytic Psychology.

Mills, Jon (2002). Five Dangers of Materialism. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs.

Mills, Jon (1997). The False Dasein: From Heidegger to Sartre and Psychoanalysis. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 28(1), 42-65. (Translated into Turkish)

Papers on Value Inquiry and the Philosophy of Culture

Mills, Jon (2012). Jung's Metaphysics. The International Journal of Jungian Studies, 3(2), 1-25.

Mills, Jon (2011). God: The Invention of an Idea. Essays on the Philosophy of Humanism, 19 (2), 61-79.

Mills, Jon (1999). The Ontology of Religiosity: The Oceanic Feeling and the Value of the Lived Experience. Religious Humanism, 33(3/4) 20-41.

Papers on Philosophical Counseling

Mills, Jon (1999). Ethical Considerations and Training Recommendations for Philosophical Counseling. International Journal of Applied Philosophy, 13(2), 149-164.

Mills, Jon (1999). In Search of a Method: New Directions in Philosophical Counseling. Paper presentation at the 1st annual conference of the Canadian Society for Philosophical Practice, Ontario Philosophical Assocation, Guelph, ON, Oct. 30, 1999. Later published as Mills, Jon (2001). Philosophical Counseling as Psychotherapy: An Eclectic Approach. International Journal of Philosophical Practice, 1(1), 1-28.

Philosophy of the Unconscious

Interest in the philosophy of the unconscious was advanced by the arrival of modern philosophy but is generally attributed to the advent of psychoanalysis. While a systematic treatment of the unconscious was elaborated by Freud, Jung, and the postmodern interpretations of Lacan, philosophical speculation about the ontology of the unconscious was initiated by several German philosophers such as von Hartmann, Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Schelling, Hegel, Fichte, Kant, Leibniz, and Boehme drawing on neo-Platonic sources that stand in relation to a tradition that dates back to antiquity. Yet despite these robust and divergent perspectives, psychoanalysis and philosophy have largely remained ambivalent rivals in their quest for understanding the unconscious mind. As psychoanalysis embraces philosophical inquiry, new vistas emerge for hermeneutic discourse, mutual understanding, and the reconceptualization of psychoanalytic doctrine.

Association for Philosophy of the Unconscious

APU is a professional organization that promotes interdisciplinary dialogue and theoretical advancement in the philosophy of the unconscious. Meetings are held once a year held in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association conference (Eastern Division) and discusses scholarly contributions submitted by members. Contact Information: Prof. Wilfried Ver Eecke, Department of Philosophy, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057.

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