IAAP President, Joe Cambray, describes the procedures for handling nominations for acceptance as an Honorary Member of IAAP.
The nominations are posted here but are visible only to IAAP members.
Professor Dr. Francisco García Bazán was born in Spain, but later naturalized as an Argentinian citizen. He is internationally recognized as an erudite philosopher and expert on Gnosticism, Mythology, Alchemy and the History of Religions.
He is also a member of the Scientific Commission of “C.G. Jung Complete Works in Spanish (2000-2007)”, being in charge of its technical revision and the introduction of volumes XII and XIII (Ed. Trotta, Madrid). Furthermore, he has been Director of C.G. Jung Research Project Team of the Research Office of Universidad Kennedy, for more than a decade.
Most of his writings concern Jung and/or aspects of analytical psychology. He has been seminal in spreading the knowledge of Jungian psychology with writings of undisputed quality throughout the whole of Spain and Latin America.
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Professor Dr. Leonardo Boff participated in the coordination and publication of the collection, “Theology and Liberation” and the entire edition of the works of C. G. Jung in Portuguese. ...He is the author of more than sixty books in the areas of Theology, Spirituality, Philosophy, Anthropology and Mysticism.
Professor Boff has always been an ardent supporter of the Human Rights cause and received honorary doctorates in Politics from the University of Turin (Italy) and in Theology from the University of Lund (Sweden). He has also been honored with various awards, both within Brazil and in the rest of the world, for his struggles on behalf of the weak, the oppressed and marginalized, and for Human Rights.
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In 1985, Frank McMillan III, assisted his father when he endowed the Frank N. McMillan Jr. Professorship in Analytical Psychology at Texas A&M University, the first such academic position in the world. He has been a generous host of the Fay Lecture series for many years, giving senior IAAP members the opportunity to present contemporary ideas relevant to the theory and practice of analytical psychology at College Station and later to produce an impressive book series.
Frank McMillan III is the author of several books, among them Finding Jung: Frank N. McMillan Jr., a Life in Quest of the Lion, the story of the creation of the world’s first Professorship in Analytical Psychology which will be launched at the Congress in Copenhagen.
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