Knowing woman: a feminine psychology

by Irene Claremont de Castillejo

Book, 1973

Status

Available

Call number

WS

Call number

WS

Publication

New York, Putnam for the C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology [1973]

Original publication date

1973

Physical description

188 p.; 22 cm

Local notes

In this classic work, a noted Jungian analyst explores the division of the human psyche into masculine and feminine. Characteristic of feminine consciousness, she writes, is diffuse awareness, which recognizes the unity of all life and promotes acceptance and relationship. The masculine attitude is one of focused consciousness, the capacity to formulate ideas and to change, invent, and create. Concerned with the experience of women in a culture dominated by masculine values, the author discusses topics such as the animus (the masculine "soul image" in a woman's unconscious); women's roles in relation to work, friends, children, and lovers; and issues such as abortion, aging, and self-determination.

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