Jung : selected writings /Series: Fontana pocket readersPublication details: London : Fontana Press, 1983.Description: 447 pages ; 20 cmISBN:
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction ---- Part I. Jung's early work --- Part II. Jung's involvement with Freud and divergence from Freud's theories --- Part III. The development of the idea of the collective unconscious and of archetypes --- Part IV. Archetypes: Shadow; Anima; Animus; the Persona; the Old Wise Man --- Part V. Psychological types and the self-regulating psyche --- Part VI. The development of the individual --- Part VII. Integration, wholeness, and the self --- Part VIII. Self and opposites: God and the problem of evil --- Part IX. Unus Mundus and synchronicity --- Part X. Man and his future.
This compact volume of extracts from the formidable mass of Jung's published writings presents the essentials of Jung's thought in his own words. Anthony Storr's prefatory notes to each extract show the development of Jung's ideas and demonstrate their originality and value. -- Back cover.