The Logos of the Soul

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Spring Publications, 1987 - Psychology - 104 pages
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One of the classic texts of Archetypal Theory and Criticism, it attempts to bring about a fundamental logic for psychology and psychotherapy independent from both philosophy or the natural sciences. The question which the author attacks in this volume is the most difficult in psychology because it ask about first principles by means of which any psychology can become possible. Yet throughout this intellectual tour-de-force, the author remains faithful to his profession: he was a practicing psychotherapist who never lost sight of the living soul.

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User Review  - Maria Aristotelous - Goodreads

A must read for Jungian readers and people That know Jani Christou work.I suggest the reader of this book to get Also familiar with the work of Evangelos Christou brother Jani .This is the best way to ... Read full review

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User Review  - James Klagge - Goodreads

I read this b/c it was written by a student of Wittgenstein who also trained in Jungian psychotherapy. I thought there might something interesting, but I was wrong. The book is unfinished b/c the ... Read full review


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Evangelos Christou was raised in Alexandria, Egypt, educated by, among others, Ludwig Wittgenstein at Cambridge University, and trained as an analyst at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. He died tragically in a car accident in the Western Desert in Egypt in 1956. The Logos of the Soul, published posthumously in 1965, was his only publication.

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