Psychological Types: Or, The Psychology of Individuation

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K. Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1923 - Characters and characteristics - 654 pages
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Review: Psychological Types (Jung's Collected Works #6)

User Review  - Maximus - Goodreads

Limited by the Kantian worldview, Jung supposes psychology to be the defining science in the study of the human person, and thus precludes the possibility of there being something higher than the ... Read full review

Review: Psychological Types (Jung's Collected Works #6)

User Review  - Eric Hansen - Goodreads

Yes, Psychological Types explains Jung's theory of temperaments, the two rational and two irrational functions of consciousness. But with the release of The Red Book, this volume--Jung's first after ... Read full review

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