The Wounded Jung: Effects of Jung's Relationships on His Life and Work
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- Brief Synopsis:
- Shows how Jung's interest in the healing of the psyche was rooted in the conflicts of his own childhood.
- Long Synopsis:
- Shows how Jung's interest in the healing of the psyche was rooted in the conflicts of his own childhood. Explores his relationships with his parents, with Freud, and with the various women in his life and showing how they influenced his ideas on religion, alchemy, psychology as myth, and the reinterpretation of evil. Based on archival sources, interviews with Jung's intimates, and correspondence. For those interested in the connection between psychology and religion. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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- Book Size:
- 208 Pages
- Northwestern University Press
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- Copyrighted By:
- Robert C. Smith
- Adult content:
- English US
- Educational Materials, Nonfiction, Biographies and Memoirs, Textbooks
- Grade Levels:
- College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior
- Submitted By:
- Carrie Karnos
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