Adam & EveHere is a collection of the principal publications of Bernd Jager:

Jager, B. (2013). Psychology as an Art and as a Science: A Reflection on the Myth of Prometheus, in: The Humanistic Psychologist, Volume 41, Issue 3, 2013 p. 261-284.

Jager, B. (2011). The Art of drawing closer to Persons and Things; Revisiting Van den Berg’s contribution to Human Science in: Metabletica; Inquiries into the Changing Nature of Being in the World. Center for Metabletic Inquieries.

Jager, B. (2010). Towards a Psychology of Homo habitans; A Reflection on Cosmos and Universe in: The Redirection of Psychology; Essays in honor of Amadeo P. Giorgi. Editions du CIRP (Cercle interdisciplinaire de recherches phénoménologiques). Université du Québec à Montréal.

Jager, B. (2007). Memories and Myths of Evil: A Reflection on the Fall from Paradise in: Essais de psychologie phénoménologique-existentielle réunis en hommage au professeur Bernd Jager, Editions du CIRP (Cercle interdisciplinaire de recherches phénoménologiques) Université du Québec à Montréal.

Jager, B. (2005). Couple and cosmos: Plato and Freud on love and friendship. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology.

Jager, B., & Bourgeault, A. (2004). Le cabinet du Dr. Freud : La formation de l’esprit scientifique et les débuts de la psychothérapie. Les Cahiers Gaston Bachelard, Éditions Universitaires de Dijon, 6.

Jager, B. (2004). Rilke’s “Archaic Torso of Apollo”: Concerning the encounter with a work of art. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 34(1).

Jager, B. (2004). Historical background and translator’s introduction. In J. H. van den Berg, The two principal laws of thermodynamics: A cultural and historical exploration. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.

Jager, B. (1999). Eating as natural event and as intersubjective phenomenon: Towards a phenomenology of eating. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 30(1).

Jager, B. (1999). Metabletics and the art of psychotherapy. in: Jager, B., Mook, B. Sipiora and van den Berg (1999) Metabletics: J. H. van den Berg’s Historical Phenomenology. Pittsburgh: The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, Duquesne University, p. 1-1.

Jager, B. (1998). Human subjectivity and the law of the threshold: Phenomenological and Humanistic Perspectives. In R. Valle (Ed.), Phenomenological inquiry in psychology. New York: Plenum Press.

Jager, B. (1996). The obstacle and the threshold: Two fundamental metaphors governing the natural and the human sciences. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 27(1).

Jager, B. (1991). Psychology in a postmodern Era. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 22(1).

Jager, B. (1990). On masks and marks: Therapists and masters. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 21(2).

Jager, B. (1988). Theorizing as artful inscription. The Humanistic Psychologist, 16(2).

Jager, B. (1983). Theorizing and The elaboration of Place: Inquiry into Galileo and Freud. In A. Giorgi, A. Barton, & C. Maes (Eds.), Duquesne studies in phenomenological psychology, vol. IV. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.