Jungian archetypes: Jung, Gödel, and the history of archetypes
Traces the modern evolution of archetypes from the Renaissance to the 20th century, leading up to the archetypal hypothesis of the psychology of C. G Jung, and the mirroring of mathematical ideas of Kurt Godel. After reading this book, you'll know what archetypes are, and why they are more important in our lives today!
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Review: Jungian Archetypes: Jung, Godel, and the History of ArchetypesUser Review - Laurie - Goodreads
Interesting, but not exactly what I expected. I thought it would be more a descriptive catalog of common archetypal figures like those we see in myths. This is more about the development of the ... Read full review
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This paper has been adapted from the final chapter of Jungian Archetypes: Jung, Godel and the History of Archetypes, Nicolas-Hay, 1996, with the permission ...
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Jungian Archetypes: Jung, Godel, and the History of Archetypes, Robin Robertson, Traces the modern evolution of archetypes from the Renaissance to the 20th ...
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Jungian archetypes: Jung, Gödel, and the history of archetypes Robin Robertson, Publisher: York Beach, Me. : Nicolas-Hays : 1995. ...
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... Robin Robertson's book Jungian Archetypes: Jung, Gödel, and the History of Archetypes (Nicolas-Hays, 1995, distributed by my old friend, Samuel Wiser). ...
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