Psychology and Religion

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Yale University Press, 1950 - Psychology, Religious - 131 pages
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Review: Psychology and Religion (Jung's Collected Works #11)

User Review  - Joab Cohen - Goodreads

Neat Book Review #16 Psychology and Religion by CG Jung Plot summary This is a short treatise, based on lectures that Jung gave in 1937 at Yale University. The book is divided into three sections. The ... Read full review

Review: Psychology and Religion (Jung's Collected Works #11)

User Review  - Kaela Schreck - Goodreads

Jung's interpretation on collective unconsciousness was so fascinating and fitting with religion. I like to read where Jung is coming from because he analyzes religion as an empiricist instead of a believer. However I must disagree with some of his points...good read though. Read full review

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