Analytical Psychology: A Modern Science
Karnac Books, Dec 31, 1994 - Psychology - 220 pages
This is a book of two parts: the first focuses on theoretical concepts with special reference to the structure of the psyche, while the second includes more clinical material. Both exemplify the London Society's interest in childhood and the development of ideas about the use of reductive analysis within the Jungian framework.
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