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The Essential Jung: selected writings introduced by Anthony Storr

By: Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
Material type: TextTextPrinceton, NJ Princeton Univ. Press c1983Description: 447p.; index; glossary, bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0691029350Subject(s): Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961 : Quotations
Contents:
1 Jung's early work. 2 Jung's involvement with Freud and his divergence from Freud's theories. 3 The development of the idea of the collective unconscious and of archetypes. 4 Archetypes: shadow; anima; animus; the persona; the old wise man. 5 Psychological types and the self-regulating psyche. 6 The development of teh individual. 7 Integration, wholeness, and the self. 8 Self and opposites: God and the problem of evil. 9 Unus Mundus and synchronicity. 10 Man and his future
Abstract: This book is organized by the main stages of Jung's thought, with elucidatory prefaces to each by Dr. Storr.
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Selected and introduced by Anthony Storr.

1 Jung's early work. 2 Jung's involvement with Freud and his divergence from Freud's theories. 3 The development of the idea of the collective unconscious and of archetypes. 4 Archetypes: shadow; anima; animus; the persona; the old wise man. 5 Psychological types and the self-regulating psyche. 6 The development of teh individual. 7 Integration, wholeness, and the self. 8 Self and opposites: God and the problem of evil. 9 Unus Mundus and synchronicity. 10 Man and his future

This book is organized by the main stages of Jung's thought, with elucidatory prefaces to each by Dr. Storr.

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