I read a larger book on jung about a decade ago a biography but this very short introduction is much better it deals mainly with jungs theories and ideas versus say his childhood or his relationship with his wife the slim volume reinforced that jung really had to something to say true i find some of his constructs a little unusual and dont know what he saw for instance in the i ching but his idea of the self and the shadow his typologies and his notion of the . Now this very short introduction is divided into eight sizeable chapters which include a beefy biography a run down of jungs most prominent theories their relation to therapeutic involvement and then some tailings on how jungs legacy stands today the biographical detail in the first chapter is pretty full which given the complexity of jungs upbringing and adult life is pretty handy though presumably the following quote in my life no2 has been of prime importance and ive always . Jung a very short introduction very short introductions 40 anthony stevens originally published 1994 part of the past masters series this book provides a concise introduction to the basic concepts of analytical psychology revealing how they arose directly from the life and personality of their originator carl gustav jung. Pdf 370 mb jung a very short introduction offers a concise introduction to jungian psychology covering everything from the collective unconscious and the archetype to the theories of synchronicity and individuation
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