by Anthony Stevens

Book, 1994



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Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1994.

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ix, 138 p.; 20 cm

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Here Anthony Stevens examines every stage of Jung's personal and professional development to throw light on his theories of the life cycle, dream symbolism, and the collective unconscious. Jung's life experience made him a profound, stimulating, and immensely influential writer on almost every aspect of human behavior; this lucid and penetrating study makes the ideal introduction to his life and ideas. This new edition contains a preface intended as a rebuttal to the recent attacks on Jung made by Noll and McLynn.

User reviews

LibraryThing member hbuchana
An excellent short introduction...something to open up your mind to Jung's distinct understanding of life, philosophy, spiritualism and thought. Start with this and you will soon look for more.
LibraryThing member fearless2012
Incidentally this is essentially the same book as 'Jung-- A Brief Insight', with different pictures.

Overall, it's a neat little book.


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