The development of personality

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Pantheon Books, 1964 - Child development - 233 pages
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This is a brilliant description of what we will end up calling "I".
Jung calls it a "complex" and he is very fortunate and acknowledgeable on his undertaking.
Jung not only describes the beginning
of what will turn up our final fate - as what we are or think we are brings everything we want consciously or unconsciously - but he also describes the role and influence of our parents in this very critical moment of our lives.
If you are really interested in knowing a little bit more about yourself, I do recommend this great book.
J.B. Segui

Review: The Development of Personality (Jung's Collected Works #17)

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This book is a good introduction into Jung's philosophy and his own therapy, the analytical psychology. Although this book was supposed to be about the "birth" and "gain" of personality into the human ... Read full review


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