Writings

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. (2001). The birth of poetry and the creation of a human world: An exploration of the epic of Gilgamesh. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 32(2).

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. (1997). Concerning the festive and the mundane: A phenomenological exploration of lived time. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 28(2).

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.

Jager, B. (1975). Theorizing, journeying, dwelling. In A. Giorgi, C. Fisher, & E. Murray (Eds.), Duquesne studies in phenomenological psychology, vol. II. Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.