Wikipedia on Synchronicity
- "Synchronicity is a concept first explained by psychiatrist Carl Jung, which holds that events are "meaningful coincidences" if they occur with no causal relationship, yet seem to be meaningfully related."
C. G. Jung and the Composition of Synchronicity - A presentation with comments by Laurence Browne, University of Queensland (https://uniqld.academia.edu/LaurenceBrowne)
CG Jung and the Composition of Synchronicity
Comments on the Slides by Laurence Browne
Some Difficulties in Coincidence Analysis by Laurence Brown
C. G. Jung's Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity - Book Review
Synchronicity and Emergence by Joseph Cambray
- "Scientific reconsideration of C. G. Jung's difficult, fascinating, and peculiar idea of synchronicity, which he believed to represent an acausal connecting principle, has become possible with the advent of recent developments in understanding the self-organizing features of complex adaptive systems (CAS). In particular, the question of acausality in "meaningful" coincidences, especially those observed in the clinical setting, can be reassessed in terms of the concept of emergence, which explores holistic phenomena supervening from interactions among component agents."
Jung and synchronicity: implications for everyday life and psychoth...
- "In this talk, I shall explore what inspired Jung to take up this theme which he pursued throughout his life culminating in eventual formulation of the principle of synchronicity. I shall then examine the complexity and profound implications of this notion, to show how findings in modern scientific disciplines support and amplify this pioneering work, which was implicitly pointing to a radically revised metaphysical position."