The Deep Structure of Imagination
One of the major topics of Ann Ulanov’s work is that of the imagination, particularly the “life of the imaginary,” associated with the unconscious. For Ulanov, following Jung, the unconscious is a creative matrix—a primordial wellspring from which conscious thinking flows and on which it depends. This conscious, secondary-process thinking includes the various ways we think about human experience and “selfhood,” as well as the ways we think about God.
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