Carl G. Jung - Other Works
|Jung on Synchronicity and the Paranormal|
Probing deeply into the C.G. Jung's theory of synchronicity, Roderick Main clarifies issues that have long been a source of confusion to interested readers. 30 halftones.
|Jung on Mythology|
Theories of myth differ based on perceptions of its origin and function. This volume collects and organizes key passages on myth by Jung and by some of the most prominent Jungian writers after him. The book synthesizes the discovery of myth as a therapeutic tool to explore the unconscious.
|Jung on Active Imagination|
All the creative art psychotherapies (art, dance, music, drama, poetry) can trace their roots to C.G. Jung's early work on active imagination. Jung developed his concept between the years 1913 and 1916, following his break with Freud. Jungian analyst Joan Chodorow here offers a collection of Jung's writings on the active imagination, gathered together for the first time.
|Jung on Evil|
Well-known for his articulation of the "shadow side" of human individuality and culture, C. G. Jung wrote a great deal about the question of evil throughout his life and in scattered places in his work. In this book his position is pieced together from many sources. In his early work on the unconscious, for instance, he considered the role of evil in the mental processes of the severely disturbed. Later, he viewed the question of moral choice within the framework of his ideas about archetypes and discussions about moral choices, conscience, and the continual ethical reflection that is necessary for all of us. The material here includes letters to Freud and Father Victor White and selections from his writings ranging from his Answer to Job to his travel piece on North Africa.
|Jung on Alchemy|
Encountering Jung presents selections from all the published works of C. G. Jung on subjects of continuing interest to contemporary readers, especially in the areas of psychology, spirituality, and personal growth. The texts have been chosen and presented by leading Jungian writers and analysts with the purpose of introducing Jung's thought to a new generation of readers.
|Man and His Symbols|
Illustrated throughout with revealing images, this is the first and only work in which the world-famous Swiss psychologist explains to the layperson his enormously influential theory of symbolism as revealed in dreams
|Jung's Seminar on Nietzsche's Zarathustra|
(Bollingen Series, 99) [ABRIDGED]
Nietzsche's infamous work Thus Spake Zarathustra is filled with a strange sense of religiosity that seems to run counter to the philosopher's usual polemics against religious faith. For some scholars, this book marks little but a mental decline in the great philosopher; for C. G. Jung, Zarathustra was an invaluable demonstration of the unconscious at work, one that illuminated both Nietzsche's psychology and spirituality and that of the modern world in general. The original two-volume edition of Jung's lively seminar on Nietzsche's Zarathustra has been an important source for specialists in depth psychology. This new abridged paperback edition allows interested readers to participate with Jung as he probes the underlying meaning of Nietzsche's great work.
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