The Psychology of C. G. Jung; 1973 Edition

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Pub. Date: 1973-09-10
Publisher(s): Yale University Press
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Routledge is now re-issuing this prestigious series of 204 volumes originally published between 1910 and 1965. The titles include works by key figures such asC.G. Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, Otto Rank, James Hillman, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney and Susan Isaacs. Each volume is available on its own, as part of a themed mini-set, or as part of a specially-priced 204-volume set. A brochure listing each title in the "International Library of Psychology" series is available upon request.

Table of Contents

Platesp. vii
Forwordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
The Psychology of C. G. Jungp. 1
The Nature and the Structure of the Psychep. 5
Consciousness and the Unconsciousp. 5
The functions of Consciousnessp. 10
The Attitude Typesp. 18
The Type Problem in Creative Peoplep. 23
The Personap. 26
The Contents of the Unconsciousp. 30
The Complexp. 36
The Archetypesp. 39
The Laws of the Psychic Processes and Forcesp. 52
The Concept of Libidop. 52
The Structure of the Oppositesp. 53
Forms of Movement of Libidop. 55
Progression and Regressionp. 57
Value Intensity and Constellationp. 58
The Practical Application of Jung's Theoryp. 60
Two-fold Aspect of Jungian Psychologyp. 60
Relationship to the Exact Sciencesp. 62
'Causality' and 'Finality'p. 66
The Dialectical Processp. 67
Ways to the Unconsciousp. 69
Dreamsp. 70
Dream Interpretationp. 72
The Roots of Dreamsp. 73
The Different Types of Dreamsp. 74
Pattern and Arrangement in Dreamsp. 75
Manifold Meaning of Dream Contentp. 77
Compensatory Aspect of Dreamsp. 78
Dreams as the 'Land of Childhood'p. 80
The Stages of Dream Interpretationp. 82
The Structure of Dreamsp. 82
Conditionalismp. 83
The Amplification Methodp. 84
Reductive Interpretationp. 86
The Dynamic Aspect of Dreamsp. 88
Individual and Collective Meaningp. 89
Forms of Interpretationp. 91
Projectionp. 92
The Symbolp. 94
Symbol and Signp. 96
Pictorial Expressionsp. 98
Basic Principles of the Analysisp. 100
On the Meaning of Neurosisp. 102
The 'Prospective' Aspectp. 104
The Development of the Personalityp. 105
The Individuation Processp. 107
The Shadowp. 109
Animus and Animap. 114
The Archetypes of 'Spirit' and 'Matter'p. 124
The Selfp. 126
The Realization of the Selfp. 132
The Uniting Symbolp. 135
Mandala Symbolsp. 136
Parallels to the Individuation Processp. 141
Analytical Psychology and Religionp. 146
Transformation and Maturationp. 148
Responsibility Rests with the Individualp. 151
Biographical Sketch of C. G. Jungp. 153
List of Works Citedp. 158
Bibliography of Writings by C. J. Jungp. 163
Indexp. 193
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