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The Quotable Jung presents hundreds of the most representative selections from the vast array of Jungs books, essays, correspondence, lectures, seminars, and interviews, as well as the celebrated Red Book, in which Jung describes his own fearsome confrontation with the unconscious. Organized thematically, this collection covers such topics as the psyche, the symbolic life, dreams, the analytic process, good and evil, creativity, alchemical transformation, death and rebirth, the problem of the opposites, and more. The quotations are arranged so that the reader can follow the thread of Jungs…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Quotable Jung presents hundreds of the most representative selections from the vast array of Jungs books, essays, correspondence, lectures, seminars, and interviews, as well as the celebrated Red Book, in which Jung describes his own fearsome confrontation with the unconscious. Organized thematically, this collection covers such topics as the psyche, the symbolic life, dreams, the analytic process, good and evil, creativity, alchemical transformation, death and rebirth, the problem of the opposites, and more. The quotations are arranged so that the reader can follow the thread of Jungs thought on these topics while gaining an invaluable perspective on his writings as a whole.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Princeton University Press
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8. Dezember 2015
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 223mm x 144mm x 32mm
  • Gewicht: 550g
  • ISBN-13: 9780691155593
  • ISBN-10: 0691155593
  • Artikelnr.: 42650853
Autorenporträt
Carl G. Jung, geb. am 26. Juli 1875 in Kesswil in der Schweiz, studierte Medizin und arbeitete von 1900-09 an der psychiatrischen Klinik der Universität Zürich (Burghölzli). 1905-13 war er Dozent an der Universität Zürich, 1933-42 Titularprofessor an der ETH und 1943 Ordentlicher Professor für Psychologie in Basel. Jung gehört mit Sigmund Freud und Alfred Adler zu den drei Wegbereitern der modernen Tiefenpsychologie. Er entwickelte nach der Trennung von Sigmund Freud (1913) die eigene Schule der Analytischen Psychologie. C. G. Jung starb am 6. Juni 1961 in Küsnacht.