The portable Jung. Edited, with an introd., by Joseph Campbell. Translated by R. F. C. Hull.
Contributor(s): Campbell, Joseph [ed.].Material type: TextSeries: Viking portable library 70.Publisher: New York, Viking Press Description: xlii, 659 p. 19 cm.ISBN: 0670410624; 9780670410620; 0670010707 (pbk.); 9780670010707 (pbk.).Subject(s): PsychoanalysisAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Portable Jung.DDC classification: 150.19/54/08
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Bibliography: p. 651-659.
The stages of life -- The structure of the psyche -- Instinct and the unconscious -- The concept of the collective unconscious -- The relations between the ego and the unconscious -- Aion: phenomenology of the self (the ego, the shadow, the syzygy: anima/animus) -- Marriage as a psychological relationship -- Psychological types -- The transcendent function -- On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry -- Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy -- The spiritual problem of modern man -- The difference between Eastern and Western thinking -- On synchronicity -- Answer to Job.
Collects the most notable writings of Carl Jung. Includes a biography and a chronology.