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Logos Soup is a podcast that offers an interpretive lens for analyzing art, literature, and culture, based on Jungian Psychoanalysis, Western Philosophy, Catholic Theology, and Meme Culture.

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Logos Soup is a podcast that offers an interpretive lens for analyzing art, literature, and culture, based on Jungian Psychoanalysis, Western Philosophy, Catholic Theology, and Meme Culture.

    #36 - Sophia & Anima - The Psychological Significance of an Encounter with the Holy Spirit

    #36 - Sophia & Anima - The Psychological Significance of an Encounter with the Holy Spirit

    This episode analyzes the recurring concept of "Sophia" in Gnosticism and Orthodox Christian heresy, and how she relates to Carl Jung's idea of the Anima Archetype. The goal of this episode is to preserve Ecclesiastical beliefs regarding Mary (Theotokos), Holy Wisdom, and The Logos while creating a psychoanalytic framework that accounts for the hallucinations and mystical experiences reported by Christian Mystics.

    • 25 min
    #35 - Postmodernism in Architecture - The Derrida Virus

    #35 - Postmodernism in Architecture - The Derrida Virus

    The Deconstructionist philosophy of Jacques Derrida began as a way of criticizing language and exploded into a method of dismissing the inherent meaning of art, architecture, and literature. This episode explores, "The Derrida Virus," and how it poisons the humanities and embraces Aesthetic Nihilism.

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    • 19 min
    #34 - Gothic Architecture: The Esoteric & Theological Meaning of Fractal vs Euclidean Geometry

    #34 - Gothic Architecture: The Esoteric & Theological Meaning of Fractal vs Euclidean Geometry

    What is the secret meaning of a Gothic Cathedral? Looking at this architectural style can be awe-inspiring and even psychedelic, but how do these buildings elicit such profound effects? The art of Gothic Cathedrals was largely developed by believers in Esoteric Christianity, Catholicism, Freemasonry, and Alchemy, and one can uncover their hidden messages using the principles of geometry, Theology, and Jungian Psychoanalysis.

    • 18 min
    #33 - Season 3 Introduction

    #33 - Season 3 Introduction

    In this live recording, I quickly recap the successes and failures of my daily podcast, explain why I started a YouTube channel, and conduct a live Q&A session with some of my Instagram followers. During the Q&A, I answered a number of questions related to Friedrich Nietzsche, Catholic Theology, and Carl Jung's psychoanalysis.

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    • 42 min
    #32 - Coronavirus & Jordan Peterson's Secret Origin Story

    #32 - Coronavirus & Jordan Peterson's Secret Origin Story

    Every generation faces its own existential anxiety; Carl Jung's generation witnessed a world at war, Jordan Peterson's was haunted by visions of nuclear holocaust, and Americans in 2001 were scared by a newfound vulnerability to terror. Today, the Coronavirus is forcing our species into consciousness regarding its own biological vulnerability, and the dangers of genetic engineering, drug-resistant disease, and global travel. This pandemic will linger in our Collective Unconscious for years to come; and like in an infected cell, our DNA will never be the same again.

    • 17 min
    #31 - Unfiltered Archetypal Horror - Elle by Gustav Adolf Mossa - Art Analysis

    #31 - Unfiltered Archetypal Horror - Elle by Gustav Adolf Mossa - Art Analysis

    The French Symbolist movement was a brief moment in art history that bridged gothic romanticism with decadent, surreal modernism. The movement was concerned with articulating immortal human truths through art, rather than reason, and as a result, it invoked the psychological resonance of Carl Jung's Archetypes in profoundly unique ways. This episode analyzes the uncanny masterpiece of Gustav Adolf Mossa, a painting of Elle, the sublime goddess of death and devourer of men.

    • 13 min

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