Contributions to analytical psychology

by C. G. Jung

Other authorsCary F. Baynes, H. G. Baynes (Tr,)
Book, 1928

Status

Available

Call number

APJ

Call number

APJ

Publication

London, New York, K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd.; Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1928.

Physical description

xi, 410 p.; 23 cm

Local notes

Contributions to Analytical Psychology By C.G. JUNG CONTENTS ON PSYCHICAL ENERGY I. General discussion of the energic viewpoint in psychology a Introduction b The possibility of measurement of psychic quantity 1. .The subjective system of values 2. The objective measure of quantity II. The application of the energic standpoint a The psychological theory of energy b The conservation of energy c Entropy d Energism and dynamism III. The fundamental concepts of the libidotheory a Progression and regression b Extraversion and introversion c The transformation of libido d Symbolmaking . IV. The primitive concept of libido SPIRIT AND LIFE . . . . 77 MIND AND THE EARTH . . ... . 99 ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND WELTANSCHAUUNG . 141 WOMAN IN EUROPE......164 MARRIAGE AS A PSYCHOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIP . . 189 THE LOVEPROBLEM OF THE STUDENT . . .204 ON THE RELATION OF ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY TO POETIC ART ........ 225 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF BELIEF INSPIRITS ........250 INSTINCT AND THE UNCONSCIOUS . . . .270 THE QUESTION OF THE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF ABREACTION.......282 PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES......295 ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION . .313 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE UNCONSCIOUS IN INDI VIDUAL EDUCATION......383 INDEX.........403

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