Seeing through the visible world: Jung, gnosis, and chaos

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HarperSanFrancisco, Jun 7, 1991 - Psychology - 230 pages
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Jungian analyst Singer here describes the unity of the visible and invisible worlds, defined respectively as the world we know through consciousness and rational thought and as the one we know through ... Read full review

Contents

One Visible One Invisible
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Limitations of the Visible World
22
Opening to the Invisible World
33
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