Jung: O la Experiencia de lo Sagrado

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Kairós, Editorial S.A., 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 383 pages
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This biography of Carl Jung—the product of more than 30 years of research—discusses his life from his youth to his meeting and collaboration with Sigmund Freud, their falling out in 1914, and the establishment of his own school of psychological thought. Drawing on Jung’s own private correspondence and the testimonies of his confidants, the book illuminates the complexity of the man in his intellectual, spiritual, and scientific diversity and explores the complicated relationship he maintained throughout his life with phenomenons of religion and spirituality. The result is a well-rounded, balanced portrait of one of the 20th century’s most important thinkers and therapists.


Esta biograf a de Carl Jung—el producto de m s de 30 a os de investigaci n—discute su vida desde su juventud hasta su encuentro con Sigmund Freud, su ruptura en el 1914 y el establecimiento de su propia escuela de pensamiento psicol gico. Bas ndose en la correspondencia m s secreta de Jung y los testimonios de sus seres cercanos, el libro ilumina la complejidad del hombre en su diversidad intelectual, espiritual y cient fica, y explora la compleja relaci n que mantuvo durante toda su vida con fen menos religiosos y con la espiritualidad. El resultado es un retrato completo y equilibrado de uno de los pensadores y terapeutas m s importantes del siglo XX.

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Jean-Jacques Antier is the author of more than 60 books in his native French, including biographies of individuals such as Charles de Foucald, Marthe Robin, and Teresa of Avila.

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