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Analytical psychology; a modern science

Material type: TextTextSeries: (Library of analytical psychology: 1)London Academic Press c1973Description: x, 209p; illus.; bibliog. notes; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-12-262161-1Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Self | Symbolism | Archetype (Psychology) | Unconscious | Child psychology | Shadow | Repression | Individuation (Psychology) | Phantasy | Imagination | Identity (Psychology) | Parent and Child | Transference and Countertransference | TimeAbstract: 'This first volume in The Library of Analytical Psychology presents a selection of those papers which the editors have considered to be of seminal importance. The authors explore and discuss here some of the basic theoretical and clinical concepts in Jung's work as these have been understood and developed by analytical psychologists in London.'
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Ed. by Michael Fordham et al. Papers all but one (Fordham, p83-94) previously pub. in ``The journal of analytical psychology''; some have been revised or enlarged.

Self : Fordham, Michael:``The empirical foundation and theories of the self in Jung's works,'' p12-38.. Symbolism : Stein, Leopold: 'What is a symbol supposed to be?' p39-51; Gordon, Rosemary: 'Symbols: content and process,' p52-65.. Archetypes : Hobson, Robert F.: 'The archetypes of the collective unconscious,' p66-75.. Unconscious : Williams, Mary: 'The indivisibility of the personal and the collective unconscious,' p76-82 (new intro.).. Child Study : Fordham, Michael: 'Maturation of ego and self in infancy,' p83-94; 'The importance of analysing childhood for assimilation of the shadow,' p95-109; Davidson, Dorothy: ' Invasion and separation,' p162-72.. Shadow : Fordham, Michael: 'The importance of analysing childhood for assimilation of the shadow,' p95-109.. Repression : Fordham, Michael: 'The importance of analysing childhood for assimilation of the shadow,' p95-109.. Individuation Process and Symbols : Fordham, Frieda: 'Some views on individuation,' p110-24.. Phantasy : Plaut, Alfred: 'Reflections on not being able to imagine,' p127-49 (rev.; pt. 2 shortened).. Imagination : Plaut, Alfred: 'Reflections on not being able to imagine,' p127-49 (rev.; pt. 2 shortened).. Identity, Unconscious : Davidson, Dorothy: 'A problem of identity in relation to the image of a damaged mother,' p150-61.. Parent and Child : Davidson, Dorothy: 'A problem of identity in relation to the image of a damaged mother,' p150-61; Newton, Kathleen: ' Mediation of the image of infant-mother togetherness,' p173- 86 (rev.).. Transference and Countertransference : Davidson, Dorothy: 'A problem of identity in relation to the image of a damaged mother,' p150-61; Newton, Kathleen: ' Mediation of the image of infant-mother togetherness,' p173- 86 (rev.).. Time : Paulsen, Lola: 'The unimaginable touch of time,' p187-204 ( rev.).

'This first volume in The Library of Analytical Psychology presents a selection of those papers which the editors have considered to be of seminal importance. The authors explore and discuss here some of the basic theoretical and clinical concepts in Jung's work as these have been understood and developed by analytical psychologists in London.'

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