The basic writings of C.G. Jung
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|Kirtland Community College Library||BF 109 .J8 A25 1993||30775305463722||General Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 067960071X (acid-free paper)
- ISBN: 9780679600718 (acid-free paper)
xxxiii, 691 p. ; 19 cm.
- Edition: Modern Library ed.
- Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 1993.
Originally published: New York : Random House, 1959.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (p. 675-681) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Pt. I. On the nature and functioning of the psyche. From Symbols of transformation: Foreword to the fourth Swiss edition, Introduction, Two kinds of thinking ; From On the nature of the psyche: The significance of the unconscious in psychology, The dissociability of the psyche, Instinct and will, Conscious and unconscious, The unconscious as a multiple consciousness, Patterns of behavior and archetypes, General considerations and prospects, Supplement ; From The relations between the ego and the unconscious: Preface to the second edition, Part one: The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness: I. The personal and the collective unconscious. II. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious. III. The persona as segment of the collective psyche. Part two: Individuation: I. The function of the unconscious. II. Anima and animus ; From Psychological types: Introduction, General description of the types (abridged), Definitions (abridged) ; Archetypes of the collective unconscious ; Psychological aspects of the mother archetype. -- Pt. II. On pathology and therapy. On the nature of dreams ; On the psychogenesis of schizophrenia ; From Psychology of the transference: Introduction. -- Pt. III. On the religious function. Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy ; From Psychology and religion: I. The autonomy of the unconscious. II. Dogma and natural symbols. -- Pt. IV. On human development. Marriage as a psychological relationship.|
|Summary, etc.:||Presents selected writings for Jung's major studies on the nature and functioning of the human psyche.|
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