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Catafalque : Carl Jung and the end of humanity / Peter Kingsley.

By: Kingsley, Peter [aut]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Catafalque Press, 2018Description: (2 volumes) 827 pages ; 23.5 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 2370000434784Subject(s): Jung, C. G. 1875-1961 (Carl Gustav) | Corbin, Henry | Jung, C. G. 1875-1961. (Carl Gustav), Liber novus | Civilization, Western -- Philosophy | Sufi literature, Persian | Civilization, Western -- Psychological aspectsAbstract: "This book is the first major re-imagining of both Jung and his work since the publication of the Red Book in 2009—and is the only serious assessment of them written by a classical scholar who understands the ancient Gnostic, Hermetic and alchemical foundations of his thought as well as Jung himself did. At the same time it skillfully tells the forgotten story of Jung’s relationship with the great Sufi scholar, Henry Corbin, and with Persian Sufi tradition." Taken from Peter Kingsley's website
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Pjr.Kin Vol 1 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Volume 1 of 2 B05607
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Pjr.Kin Vol 2 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Volume 2 of 2. Abbreviations, notes and index. B05608

Includes bibliographic references and index.

"This book is the first major re-imagining of both Jung and his work since the publication of the Red Book in 2009—and is the only serious assessment of them written by a classical scholar who understands the ancient Gnostic, Hermetic and alchemical foundations of his thought as well as Jung himself did. At the same time it skillfully tells the forgotten story of Jung’s relationship with the great Sufi scholar, Henry Corbin, and with Persian Sufi tradition." Taken from Peter Kingsley's website

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