Analytical psychology: its theory and practice: the Tavistock lectures

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Pantheon Books, Nov 1, 1968 - Psychology - 224 pages
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"... these lectures provide an extremely clear, readable, and at times amusing exposition of Jung's theories. In them Jung not only describes his views on the structure of the mind, giving lucid accounts of his psychological types, of the personal and collective unconscious and of archetypes, but also explains vividly his techniques of dream analysis and active imagination and the role played by transference in analytic therapy." -- Charles Rycroft, The New York Review of Books "...Jung was a charismatic personality: and this volume bears witness not only to his erudition and his originality but also to his charm and his persuasiveness." -- The Times Literary Supplement (London) "This, surely, is the most lucid, simple and orderly introduction to the basic principles and methods of the Jungian science of the psyche that has yet been offered to the public." -- Joseph Campbell, Book World

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Late in his life, Carl Jung resisted calls to write a summary or introduction to his corpus for the layperson. "He said it in the nicest possible way, but with great firmness; he had never in the past ... Read full review

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I usually don't think highly of psychologists. Many of them irritate me by developing a theory, taking it as fact, and labeling people with all types of different diagnoses, etc. based on the way they ... Read full review

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LECTURE TWO
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LECTURE THREE
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LECTURE FOUR
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