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A guided tour of the collected works of C. G. Jung

By: Hopcke, Robert H. 1958-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (A C.G. Jung Foundation Book)Boston Shambhala c1989Description: xii, 191p.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-87773-470-4Subject(s): Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961. Works: Collected Works | Jungian psychology | Wise Man Archetype | Active Imagination | Puer Aeturnus | Child psychology
Contents:
Part 1 - The ways and means of the psyche. 1. Archetypes and the collective unconscious. 2. Complex. 3. Libido. 4. Dreams and dream interpretation. 5. Symbol. 6. Active imagination. 7. Psyche/Soul. 8. Spirit. 9. Eros and Logos/ Masculine and feminine. 10. Psychological types. 11. Psychotherapy. 12. Transference/ Countertransference. 13. Individuation. 14. Religion. 15. Synchronicity. Part Two - Archetypal figures. 16. Ego. 17. Shadow. 18. Persona. 19. Anima / Animus. 20. Self. 21. Mother. 22. Father. 23. Puer / Divine Child. 24. Kore / The maiden. 25. Hero. 26. Wise old man. 27. Trickster. 28. Coniunctio. Part 3 - Topics of special interest. 29. Freud and psychoanalysis. 30. Schizophrenia. 31. Child development and psychology. 32. Love and marriage. 33. Occult phenomena. 34. UFO. 35. Modern art and art criticism. Part 4 - Esoterica. 36. Jung and alchemy. 37. "Psychology and alchemy". 38. "Mysterium Coniunctionis". 39. "Alchemical studies". 40. "Aion
Abstract: A topically organized introduction to the wide variety of Jung's theoretical concepts. Jungian analyst Hopcke provides a short essay on each topic, and directs the reader to specific readings (basic and advanced) from the Collected Works on each subject. Secondary sources are included as well.
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Foreword by Aryeh Maidenbaum.

Wise Man Archetype : p17-20.. Child Study : p140-3.

Part 1 - The ways and means of the psyche. 1. Archetypes and the collective unconscious. 2. Complex. 3. Libido. 4. Dreams and dream interpretation. 5. Symbol. 6. Active imagination. 7. Psyche/Soul. 8. Spirit. 9. Eros and Logos/ Masculine and feminine. 10. Psychological types. 11. Psychotherapy. 12. Transference/ Countertransference. 13. Individuation. 14. Religion. 15. Synchronicity. Part Two - Archetypal figures. 16. Ego. 17. Shadow. 18. Persona. 19. Anima / Animus. 20. Self. 21. Mother. 22. Father. 23. Puer / Divine Child. 24. Kore / The maiden. 25. Hero. 26. Wise old man. 27. Trickster. 28. Coniunctio. Part 3 - Topics of special interest. 29. Freud and psychoanalysis. 30. Schizophrenia. 31. Child development and psychology. 32. Love and marriage. 33. Occult phenomena. 34. UFO. 35. Modern art and art criticism. Part 4 - Esoterica. 36. Jung and alchemy. 37. "Psychology and alchemy". 38. "Mysterium Coniunctionis". 39. "Alchemical studies". 40. "Aion

A topically organized introduction to the wide variety of Jung's theoretical concepts. Jungian analyst Hopcke provides a short essay on each topic, and directs the reader to specific readings (basic and advanced) from the Collected Works on each subject. Secondary sources are included as well.

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