[essays by...] Carl Kerenyi, Geo Widengren, Victor Maag, Marie-Louise von Franz, Martin Schlappner, Liliane Frey-Rohn, Karl Lowith, Karl Schmid. Trans. by Ralph Manheim and Hildegard Nagel. Ed. by the Curatorium of the C. G. Jung Institut, Zurich. Orig. German-language ed. pub. by Rascher Verlag, Zurich, as Das Bose, Studien aus dem C.G.Jung-Institut, Vol. XIII.
Mythology : p3-7.. Religions : p21-55.. Antichrist : p59-82.. Dualism : p59-82.. Fairy Tale Interpretation : p85-119.. Moving Pictures-Interpretations : p123-50.. Good and Evil : p203-26.. Energy, Creative : p229-50.
Foreword - Carl Gustav Jung. The problem of evil in mythology - Carl Kerenyi. The principle of evil in the Eastern religions - Geo Widengren. The Antichrist as a symbol of evil - Victor Maag. The problem of evil in fairy tales - Marie-Louise von Franz. Evil in the cinema - Martin Schlappner. Evil from the psychological lpoint of view - Liliane Frey-Rohn. The philosophical concepts of good and evil: The best of all possible worlds (Leibniz) and The radical evil (Kant) - Karl Lowith. Aspects of evil in the creative - Karl Schmid
The papers collected here were originally given as two-hour lectures under the auspices of the C.G. Jung Institute Zurich as part of its regular program of teaching analytical psychology by amplifying the problems of the human psyche through many disciplines.'