Stevens explores each phase of Jung's life, linking his personal and professional development with his theories of the life cycle, dream symbolism and the collective unconscious. In this 2nd revised edition he rebuts the well-publicised criticisms of Jung and Jungian analysis voiced in some recent publications.
"On Jung" provides an excellent introduction to the psychology of Jung and at the same time a highly readable and intellectual biography of the man himself. It will be of major interest to all who want to know about Jung and his ideas. This book should be of interest to students, teachers and practitioners in analytical psychology and general readership.
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Contents Acknowledgments Part I: Jung's Psychology 1. he Personal Equation 2. The Unconscious 3. Metapsychology: Jung's Model of the Psyche 4. Personal Development and the Stages of Life Part II: From Birth to Maturity 5. Childhood 6. Adolescent Transition 7. Early Maturity 8. Mid-Life Transition Part III: From Mid-Life to Death 9. Middle Age 10. Late Life Transition 11. Late Maturity 12. Conclusion Postscript and suggestions for further reading Bibliography Index.
On Jung by Anthony Stevens
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