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Two essays on analytical psychology

By: Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Bollingen Series)Princeton, NJ Princeton University Press 1972Edition: 2nd ed., rev. and augmented, 1966Description: xi, 349p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0691017824Subject(s): Unconscious | Jungian psychologyLOC classification: BF315 .J8 1972
Contents:
Editorial note to the first edition. Editorial note to the second edition. Part 1 - On the psychology of the unconscious. Preface to the first edition. Preface to the second edition. Preface to the third edition. Preface to the fourth edition. Preface to the fifth edition. 1 Psychoanalysis. 2 The eros theory. 3 The other point of view: the will to power. 4 The problem of the attitude-type. 5 The personal and the collective (or transpersonal) unconscious. 6 The synthetic or constructive method. 7 The archetypes of the collective unconscious. 8 General remarks on the therapeutic approach to the unconscious. Conclusion. Part 2 - The relations between the ego and the unconscious. Preface to the second edition. Preface to the third edition. Part 1 - The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness. 1 The personal and the collective unconscious. 2 Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious. 3 The persona as a segment of the collective psyche. 4 Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche. Part 2 - Individuation. 1 The function of the unconscious. 2 Anima and animus. 3 The technique of differentiation between the ego and the figures of the unconscious. 4 The mana-personality. Appendices. 1 New paths in psychology. 2 The structure of the unconscious
Abstract: 'However interesting the intermediate versions [of these essays] may be in themselves, the original drafts of these essays are undoubtedly far more significant to the student of analytical psychology. They contain the first tentative formulations of Jung's concept of archetypes and the collective unconscious,, as well as his germinating theory of types....'
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Translated by R.F.C. Hull.. First ed. pub. in a Meridian Books paperback ed. (New York, 1956).

Editorial note to the first edition. Editorial note to the second edition. Part 1 - On the psychology of the unconscious. Preface to the first edition. Preface to the second edition. Preface to the third edition. Preface to the fourth edition. Preface to the fifth edition. 1 Psychoanalysis. 2 The eros theory. 3 The other point of view: the will to power. 4 The problem of the attitude-type. 5 The personal and the collective (or transpersonal) unconscious. 6 The synthetic or constructive method. 7 The archetypes of the collective unconscious. 8 General remarks on the therapeutic approach to the unconscious. Conclusion. Part 2 - The relations between the ego and the unconscious. Preface to the second edition. Preface to the third edition. Part 1 - The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness. 1 The personal and the collective unconscious. 2 Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious. 3 The persona as a segment of the collective psyche. 4 Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche. Part 2 - Individuation. 1 The function of the unconscious. 2 Anima and animus. 3 The technique of differentiation between the ego and the figures of the unconscious. 4 The mana-personality. Appendices. 1 New paths in psychology. 2 The structure of the unconscious

'However interesting the intermediate versions [of these essays] may be in themselves, the original drafts of these essays are undoubtedly far more significant to the student of analytical psychology. They contain the first tentative formulations of Jung's concept of archetypes and the collective unconscious,, as well as his germinating theory of types....'

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