Jungian Archetypes: Jung, Gödel, and the History of Archetypes

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Nicolas-Hays, 1995 - Psychology - 303 pages
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Traces the modern evolution of archetypes from the Renaissance to the 20th century, leading up to the archetypal hypothesis of the psychology of C. G Jung, and the mirroring of mathematical ideas of Kurt Godel. After reading this book, you'll know what archetypes are, and why they are more important in our lives today!

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I feel a bit let down by this book, but it is probably my own fault for expecting too much from it. It does have in its title the word history, and that is what it is, simply put. It is a history of ... Read full review

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The Renaissance Ideal
1
The Birth of Science
13
What Do We Know and How Do We Know It?
29
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Dr. Robertson is a speaker, author, Jungian-oriented psychologist, while at the same time a practicing magician and mathematician.

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