Catholicism and Jungian Psychology

by J. Marvin Spiegelman

Book, 1988



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New Falcon Pubns (1988), 278 pages

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278 p.; 5.5 inches

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A masterwork of the highest degree, Catholicism and Jungian Psychology is a rare example of a cooperative venture done right. Created by an ecumenical group of twenty-one renowned Jungian analysts, psychologists, and scholars from many religious traditions. Filled with thought-provoking material that is both timely and timeless.

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Catholicism and Jungian Psychology
Edited by J. Marvin Spiegelman, Ph. D.

This 270 page collection of essays from some of the world's greatest deep thinkers, is definitely showcased here. I have always loved theological debates and have had a weakness for psychology also, so reviewing this book was a challenge and a pleasure all at the same time. One thing I noticed early on was that all the esteemed contributors had a deep passion and conviction for their respective view points and they weren't shy about sharing them. For me looking at Catholicism from a Jungian perspective was both refreshing and even a little funny. I would recommend this great find to recovering Catholics and deep thinkers everywhere. Thanks, Mr. Spiegelman for all your hard work.

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