Orig. pub. by Daimon Verlag, Einsiedeln, as Archetypische Dimensionen der Seele, c1994.
Highlights of the historical dimension of analysis. Antichrist or Merlin?: a problem inherited from the Middle Ages. The transformed berserker: the union of psychic opposites. The unknown visitor in fairy tales and dreams. The problem of evil in fairy tales. The Bremen Town Musicians from the point of view of depth psychology. The cosmic man as image of the goal of the individuation process and human development. The self-affirmation of man and woman: a general problematic illustrated by fairy tales. In the Black Woman's Castle: interpretation of a fairy tale. The discovery of meaning in the individuation process. Individuation and social relationship in Jungian psychology. Nike and the waters of the Styx. The individuation process. Jung's discovery of the Self
'This fourth volume of the selected writings of Marie-Louise von Franz concludes our project of making available in book form for the first time this author's widely dispersed shorter works. Following Dreams, Psyche and Matter, and Psychotherapy, this volume consists primarily of articles, essays, and lectures from the years 1969 to 1985 addressing the workings and contents of the archetypal realm....'
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