Carl Gustav Jung

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Ann Casement
SAGE, Sep 14, 2001 - Psychology - 168 pages
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Carl Gustav Jung is an enlightening and insightful guide to the life and work of one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy and most influential thinkers in modern times.

Combining insights from his early life and his wide-ranging intellectual interests in philosophy, mysticism and parapsychology, Ann Casement traces the development of Jung's ideas on the functioning of the human mind, including the origins of core Jungian concepts such as archetypes, teleology, alchemy and the collective unconscious. Examining the relationship between Freud and Jung through their prolific correspondence, the author charts the growing divergence of opinion, which culminated in the birth of analytical psychology, the branch

 

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Contents

Jungs Major Theoretical Contributions
39
Jungs Major Practical Contributions
79
Criticisms and Rebuttals
103
The Overall Influence of Carl Gustav Jung
135
A Select Bibliography of Jungs Major Writing
161
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About the author (2001)

Ann Casement is a Jungian Analyst in Private Practice in London and Chair of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. Her previous publications include Post-Jungians Today.

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