The first appearance of renowned Jungian Luigi Aurigemma's works in English, "Jungian Perspectives" explores the timeless questions that have long fascinated psychologists. In a series of essays written over a twenty-year period - which nonetheless retain all their freshness today - Aurigemma's writings echo man's search for meaning and for understanding in a world limited by the human condition. This far-reaching overview of Jung's work includes discussions of suffering and evil, sublimation, dreams and visions, the spiritual dimension, death, and the mystical experience of the Void.
Luigi Aurigemma (1923-2007) was a Jungian analyst and professor of psychology at the Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales. He was general editor of the Italian edition of Jung's collected works.