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.
The work of Jung has had an incalculable effect on the development of psychology for scholars, students and the lay person alike. This book provides an introduction to the theories and writings of Jung by concentrating on his life experiences to demonstrate how his ideas developed. "On Jung" also attempts to place Jung within a biological context while exploring his relationship with Freud.
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