Nathan Schwartz

Nathan Schwartz nsIn hmolscience, Nathan J. Schwartz-Salant (c.1940-) is a Swiss-born American Jungian psychotherapist noted, in psychological thermodynamics, for his 1969 to present efforts to outline a type of Jungian spirituality model applied as a type of psychology.

Overview
In 1969, Schwartz published Entropy, Negentropy, and the Psyche: an Inquiry into the Structure of Psychic Energy, his PhD thesis, which was followed by articles and books on entropy and negative entropy applied to the psyche. [1]

In 1998, Schwartz published The Mystery of Human Relationships, wherein he outlines a spiritual Jungian psychology theory of relationships.

Education
Salant completed his thesis in 1969 on “Entropy, Negentropy, and the Psyche” at the C.G. Jung Institute Zurich. [1] Salant is thus a student of the work of Carl Jung. He currently has a psychotherapy practice in New York, Princeton, and New Jersey.

References
1. Schwartz, Nathan. (1969). Entropy, Negentropy, and the Psyche: an Inquiry into the Structure of Psychic Energy (WorldCat) (Google Books), 222-pgs., PhD thesis, C.G. Jung Institute Zurich.
2. Schwartz-Salant, Nathan. (1998). The Mystery of Human Relationships: Alchemy and the Transformation of the Self (entropy, pg. 11). Routledge.

Further reading
‚óŹ Schwartz, Nathan and Schwartz, Sandra R. (1970). “On the Coupling of Psychic Entropy and Negentropy” (link), Spring, 51: 67-90.

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