Jung & feminism : liberating archetypes

by Demaris S. Wehr

Book, 1987



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Boston : Beacon Press, c1987.

Physical description

xiii, 148 p.; 23 cm

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Brings the insights of feminist theory to bear on the seemingly unbridgeable gap between analytical psychology and feminism, and reveals Jungian psychology as the ultimately liberating vision its founder intended it to be.

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LibraryThing member JasonMehmel
A fascinating investigation into Jungian thought. If you're interested in Jungian theory but also feel like you need to examine it critically, this is a great book. It also doubles as a handy explanation of a lot of the core concepts of the system.

The fact that it's written by someone who is
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interested and engaged with the ideas but not fully subscribing to them makes it a perfect perspective.
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