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Power and politics; the psychology of Soviet-American partnership

By: Bernstein, Jerome S
Material type: TextTextBoston Shambhala c1989Description: xxiii, 231p.; illus.; appendices; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-87773-471-2Subject(s): United States--Foreign Relations--Soviet Union--Psychological Aspects | Soviet Union--Foreign Relations--United States--Psychological Aspects | Shadow (Psychology)--Social Aspects | Psyche, Objective | Unconscious | Archetype (Psychology)
Contents:
1 Introduction. 2 Jung's theory of the collective unconscious and archetypes. 3 The archetype of the shadow. 4 The hero dynamic. 5 Power. 6 War. 7 Primary cooperation. 8 Paranoia between groups and nations. 9 Conclusion: the entelechy of transformation
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Forewords by Senator Claiborne Pell and Edward C. Whitmont, M.D.

1 Introduction. 2 Jung's theory of the collective unconscious and archetypes. 3 The archetype of the shadow. 4 The hero dynamic. 5 Power. 6 War. 7 Primary cooperation. 8 Paranoia between groups and nations. 9 Conclusion: the entelechy of transformation

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