Analytical Psychology: Its Theory and Practice
- Author: Jung, C. G.
- Pub or Rev Date: 1968
- Availability: Available to borrow
The following papers have been gathered together from various sources, and are now available for the first time to English readers. The subject of Psychoanalysis is much in evidence, and is likely to occupy still more attention in the near future, as the psychological content of the psychoses and neuroses is more generally appreciated and understood. It is of importance, therefore, that the fundamental writings of both the Viennese and Zurich Schools should be accessible for study. Several of Freud's works have already been translated into English, and it is fortunate that at the moment of going to press, in addition to the volume now offered, Dr. Jung's "Wandlungen und Symbole der Libido" is appearing in America under the title of "The Psychology of the Unconscious." These two books, read in conjunction, offer a fairly complete picture of the scientific and philosophic standpoint of the leader of the Zurich School. It is the task of the future to judge and expand the findings of both schools, and to work at the development of the new psychology, which is still in its infancy. Those who read this book with the attention it requires, will find they gain an impression of many new truths. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)
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