A primer of Jungian psychology

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New American Library, May 15, 1973 - Psychology - 142 pages
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A condensation and summary of Carl Jung's life and work, including his concepts of the collective unconscious and his masterful investigations into the roots and meanings of dreams.

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User Review  - Micah - Goodreads

Great intro to Jung. Of course, with any introductory and comprehensive summary of a theorists work, it's someone elses opinion on his writings. Read Jung's works, specifically Memories, Dreams ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carole Moran - Goodreads

Finally, I got around to finishing this book. I would recommend that persons interested in Jung's work and his perspective on psychology simply read Jung himself. Read full review

Contents

Carl Gustav Jung 18751961
15
The Structure of Personality
31
psychic values
60
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