The undiscovered self

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New American Library, 1964 - Self - 125 pages
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User Review  - joyhclark - LibraryThing

As a behaviorist, I started this book with a bias. I had to read this for a History of Psychology class. Of all the people in the psychoanalysis club, Jung is the most digestable to me. Some of his ideas are very interesting and thought provoking if taken outside of the psychoanalytic context. Read full review

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User Review  - Philip - Goodreads

Presented in relatively short essay form, the author by necessity had to sacrifice explanation for declaration in describing the relationship of the individual with the society they find themselves in ... Read full review

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