Jung: The Key Ideas : From analytical psychology and dreams to the collective unconscious and more Paperback
by Ruth Snowden
Part of the TY Philosophy series
CARL JUNG MADE EASYJung - the Key Ideas is designed to quickly familiarize you with the revolutionary thinking of Carl Jung, the founder of analytical psychology.
Explaining Jung's complex ideas in simple terms, and backing it up with references to his own texts, you will learn all the essential concepts, from the collective unconscious to archetypes in dreams.
You will learn about Jung's upbringing and the development of his thinking.
Discover his early work and influences and how they came to shape his ideological and spiritual development.
The intricacies of Jung's complex systems of thought are discussed in a straightforward and jargon-free way with particular focus on his lifelong fascination with the spiritual, the numinous, the inner world and the self-realization of the unconscious.
Jung's exploration of mythology, dreams, visions and fantasies, as well as his studies into the journey of the psyche, are all explained, making often complex theories easy to get to grips with and the book also looks at his legacy and how his work and ideas have shaped psychology with many therapists still trained in the Jungian method.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 224 pages, 10 b/w line drawings, 10 half tones
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 14/12/2017
- Category: Analytical & Jungian psychology
- ISBN: 9781473669260
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