The Dionysian Self: C.G. Jung's Reception of Friedrich Nietzsche

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Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1995 - Philosophy - 427 pages
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The series presents outstanding monographic interpretations of Nietzsche's work as a whole or of specific themes and aspects. These works are written mostly from a philosophical, literary, communication science, sociological or historical perspective. The publications reflect the current state of research on Nietzsche's philosophy, on his sources, and on the influence of his writings. The volumes are peer-reviewed.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Jungs Early Reception of Nietzsche
21
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche The Letters and the Autobiography
43
Jungs Early Reception of Nietzsche in his Psychoanalytic Writings 19021917
83
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche in Psychologische Typen
124
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche in his Writings 19221934 1 Nietzsche and the Art of Dionysos
156
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche in his Writings 19221934 2 Nietzsche Freud and Psychology
187
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche in Three Eranos Lectures Dionysos and the Alchemical Nietzsche
211
Jungs Seminar on Nietzsche 19341939 Part 1 General Analysis
266
Jungs Seminar on Nietzsche 19341939 Part 2 Later Themes of Jungian Psychology in the Seminar
283
Jungs Reception of Nietzsche in his Writings 19351945 Wotan the Shadow of Dionysos
298
The Mystic Dionysos Nietzsche Jung and the Death of God
323
Conclusion
364
Bibliography
380
Index
397
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The Early Seminars 19251934
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