Lectures on Jung's Typology - Inferior Function/Feeling
- Author: Von Franz & Hillman
- Pub or Rev Date: 1998
- ISBN: 088214104X
- Availability: Available to borrow
Here, two world-renowned Jungians give detailed accounts of C.G. Jung's personality - the most famous part of his psychology - with examples, anecdotes, & humor. Von Franz shows the inferior shadow side of each of eight kinds of typical functioning, while Hillman differentiates genuine feeling from look-alikes & substitutes. LECTURES ON JUNG'S TYPOLOGY is both a rich source of ideas for study & an enjoyable guide book for self-discovery. It is full of psychological insights into personal habits, temperament, & character.
First presented as lectures at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, the two authors expand, each in their own way, upon Jung's famous theory of types: Introversion and Extroversion as attitudes; Feeling, Thinking, Sensation and Intuition as functions of the personality.
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