Spiritualism and the Foundations of C. G. Jung's Psychology

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SUNY Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 329 pages
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Proposes that the continuing propensity of Jungian psychology to fall between the stools of science and religion, can be traced to Jung's early preoccupation with Spiritualism, and its influence on his later work. Emphasizes Spiritualist assertions that their ideas were scientific, even though they transcended the physical world. Paper edition (uns
  

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Contents

Mesmerism Hypnotism and Spiritualism in the Nineteenth Century
27
Parental and Religious Conflict in the Early Life of CG Jung
59
The University Years
91
Kant Schopenhauer and the Philosophy of Spiritualism
93
Spiritualism in Jungs Zofingia Lectures
125
Multiple Personality and Spiritualism in Jungs Medical Dissertation
149
The Psychoanalytic Years
169
Jung Freud and the Conflict over Spiritualistic Phenomena
171
Analytical Psychology and Metapsychology
229
Spiritualism and the Emergence of Jungs Psychology
231
Conclusion Archetypes and Spirits
285
Bibliography
303
Index
327
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A Life of Jung
Ronald Hayman
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About the author (1993)

F. X. Charet has lectured in the Psychology and Philosophy of Religion at the University of Ottawa and McGill University, among others. He is currently researching another book on Jung and religion.

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