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Lectures on Jung's typology

By: Franz, Marie-Louise von (1915-1998)
Contributor(s): Hillman, James
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Seminar series (Spring Publications, Inc.): 4)Dallas, TX Spring c1971Edition: 5th (corrected) printing, 1984Description: 182p; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-88214-104-XOther title: Jung's typologySubject(s): Characters and characteristics | Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 | Typology (Psychology) | Complexes (Psychology) | Emotions | Psychoanalysis
Contents:
Part 1 - The inferior function - Marie-Louise von Franz. 1 A general characterization of the inferior function. 2 The four irrational types. 3 The four rational types. 4 The role of the inferior function in psychic development. Part 2 - The feeling function - James Hillman. 1 Historical indroduction. 2 Jungian descriptions and distinctions. 3 Feeling-types. 4 Inferior feeling and negative feelings. 5 Feeling and the mother-complex. 6 Feeling and the anima. 7 Education of the feeling function. 8 Bibliography - Literature for further reading
Abstract: 'Von Franz describes the inferior functioning of the eight psychological types, showing the potential and pitfalls of each. Rich with case studies and clinical examples revealing typology to be both a diagnostic tool and a way to self -knowledge. Chapters by Hillman differentiate feeling from other psychological acts and expose misconceptions about feeling and confusions between the anima and the mother complex. Includes a historical introduction to the question, Jungian descriptions and distinctions, and an important chapter on the education of the feeing function with discussions of courage, tact, manners, and the creation of atmosphere.'
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Part 1 - The inferior function - Marie-Louise von Franz. 1 A general characterization of the inferior function. 2 The four irrational types. 3 The four rational types. 4 The role of the inferior function in psychic development. Part 2 - The feeling function - James Hillman. 1 Historical indroduction. 2 Jungian descriptions and distinctions. 3 Feeling-types. 4 Inferior feeling and negative feelings. 5 Feeling and the mother-complex. 6 Feeling and the anima. 7 Education of the feeling function. 8 Bibliography - Literature for further reading

'Von Franz describes the inferior functioning of the eight psychological types, showing the potential and pitfalls of each. Rich with case studies and clinical examples revealing typology to be both a diagnostic tool and a way to self -knowledge. Chapters by Hillman differentiate feeling from other psychological acts and expose misconceptions about feeling and confusions between the anima and the mother complex. Includes a historical introduction to the question, Jungian descriptions and distinctions, and an important chapter on the education of the feeing function with discussions of courage, tact, manners, and the creation of atmosphere.'

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