C.G. Jung; the fundamentals of theory and practice
/ Elie G. Humbert ; translated by Ronald G. Jalbert.
- Wilmette, IL: Chiron Publications, 1988.
- xix, 147p.; ill.; 24 cm.
Orig. pub. as C.G. Jung, Paris, Editions Universitaires, c1983. Translated by Ronald G. Jalbert.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
'Humbert has a remarkable capacity to get right inside Jung's ideas, bringing them close to human emotional experience and forcing the reader to confront the implications. At the same time, the book has an exemplary intellectual quality.'
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