Jung's treatment of Christianity: the psychotherapy of a religious tradition

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Chiron Publications, 1985 - Psychology - 208 pages
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An insightful and convincing interpretation of Jung's encounter with Christianity. In the last 20 years of his life, Jung wrote extensively on the Trinity, the Mass, alchemy and the Bible, in what Stein understands as his effort to help Christianity evolve into its next stage of development. Here, Stein provides a comprehensive analysis of Jung's writings on Christianity in relation to his personal life, psychological thought, and efforts to transform Western religion.

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Contents

Jung the Hermeneutical Revitalist
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Toward a New Interpretation
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The Beginnings of Jungs Therapeutic Method
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