Jung in Context: Modernity and the Making of a Psychology (2nd Revised edition)
By: Peter Homans (author)Paperback
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This ia an account of the origins, influences and legacy of Jungian psychology. By delineating the social, personal, religious and cultural contexts of Jung's system of psychology, the author identifies the central role of depth psychology in the culture of modernity. The foreword links the core of Jungian psychology to contemporary works it has shaped - such as those of M. Scott Peck and Clarissa Pinkola Estes - that proclaim the power of Jungian concepts and theories to heal the alienated and isolated self.
Acknowledgments Preface Reading the Depth Psychologies at Century's End: Review and Prospects 1: Introduction 2: How to Read Jung 3: Psychological Factors in the Formation of Jung's Thought: The First Three Phases, 1900-1913 4: Psychological Factors in the Formation of Jung's Thought: The Fourth Phase, 1913-18 5: The Role of the Experience of Religion in the Formation of Jung's Thought 6: Sociological Factors in the Formation of Jung's Thought 7: The Structure of Jung's Mature Thought: Its Three Themes 8: Conclusion: Jung, Psychological Man, and Modernization References Index
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2nd Revised edition
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