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Introducing Jung / A graphic guide Maggie Hyde & Michael McGuinness. [electronic resource]

By: Hyde, Maggie, 1952-.
Contributor(s): McGuinness, Michael, 1935- | Hyde, Maggie, 1952-. Jung for beginners.
Series: Introducing (Thriplow, England): Publisher: Thriplow : Icon, 2008Description: 1 online resource (171 pages) : ill.ISBN: 9781848318564; 1848318561.Other title: Jung [Other title] | Introducing Jung : a graphic guide [Cover title].Subject(s): Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 -- Comic books, strips, etc | Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 | Jungian psychology -- Comic books, strips, etc | Jungian psychology | PSYCHOLOGY / ReferenceGenre/Form: Graphic novels. | Comic books, strips, etc. | Graphic novels. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Introducing JungDDC classification: 150.1954 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Boyhood Soul-Searching; Zofingia Days; Psychiatry; The Discovery of the Unconscious; Freud; Burgh�olzli; The Case of Babette; Family Life; Meeting Freud; (1) The Issue of Freud's Authority; (2) Theoretical Differences; (3) Philosophical Differences; A Strange Incident; The Case of Miss Frank Miller; The Nekyia or Night-Sea Journey; An Overpowering Vision; Liber Novus: The Red Book; Spirit of this Time (the Zeitgeist); Spirit of the Depths; Mythopoeic Imagination; Mandala: the Path to the Centre; Instincts and Archetypes; Archetypes and Images
Voyage into the UnconsciousSome Basics of Jungian Analysis: (1) The Symbolic; (2) The Transcendent or Healing Function; (3) Active Imagination; The Centring Process -- Individuation; Dreams and Visions; Building Stones...; ...the Bollingen House; Jung's Practice of Analytical Psychology; The Structure of the Psyche; Psychological Types: (1) Two Attitudes; (2) Four Functions; The Return of the Repressed; Eight Psychological Types; Four Archetypal Figures; Collective Shadow; Male and Female Soul-Images; The Anima; The Animus; Complementary Images; Mixed Types; Jung's Women; A Stone in Space
"4.4.44"The Uncanny; The Fox; Psychology of Religion; Symbolism of the Catholic Mass; Christ, an Archetype of the Self; The Faust Legend; The Fourth Term; The Age of the Fishes; The Birth of Christ in Pisces 1; The Spread of Christianity; Moving towards the Antichrist; Prophecies of the Antichrist; The Mirror-Image Opposite; Scientific Rationalism; The Psychology of Alchemy; The Alchemist's Stone; The Spirit of Mercurius; Stages in the Individuation Process; The Chemical Marriage; The Rosarium Philosophorum -- or -- Philosophers' Rose Garden: 1. The Mercurial Fountain; 2. King and Queen
3. The Naked Truth4. Immersion in the Bath; 5. The Coniunctio or Intercourse; 6. Death and Putrefaction; 7. Ascent of the Soul; 8. Purification; 9. The Return of the Soul; 10. The New Birth or Rebis; Synchronicity; Is it "meaningful" or is it just coincidence?; Qualitative Time; Synchronicity and Post-Einsteinian Physics; Synchronicity and Quantum Mechanics; An Astrological Experiment; "Secret Mutual Connivance"; The Double Conception; Science and the New Age; The End?; Supplement: Jung and the Nazis; Little Dictionary; Further Reading; Index
Summary: Carl Gustav Jung was an enigmatic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, the founder of analytical psychology and a one-time disciple of Freud. Introducing Jung explains his key theories that still inform our thinking on psychology and personality, describing the events that led to his creation of The Red Book.
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Includes index.

Previous ed.: published as Jung for beginners. 1992.

Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Boyhood Soul-Searching; Zofingia Days; Psychiatry; The Discovery of the Unconscious; Freud; Burgh�olzli; The Case of Babette; Family Life; Meeting Freud; (1) The Issue of Freud's Authority; (2) Theoretical Differences; (3) Philosophical Differences; A Strange Incident; The Case of Miss Frank Miller; The Nekyia or Night-Sea Journey; An Overpowering Vision; Liber Novus: The Red Book; Spirit of this Time (the Zeitgeist); Spirit of the Depths; Mythopoeic Imagination; Mandala: the Path to the Centre; Instincts and Archetypes; Archetypes and Images

Voyage into the UnconsciousSome Basics of Jungian Analysis: (1) The Symbolic; (2) The Transcendent or Healing Function; (3) Active Imagination; The Centring Process -- Individuation; Dreams and Visions; Building Stones...; ...the Bollingen House; Jung's Practice of Analytical Psychology; The Structure of the Psyche; Psychological Types: (1) Two Attitudes; (2) Four Functions; The Return of the Repressed; Eight Psychological Types; Four Archetypal Figures; Collective Shadow; Male and Female Soul-Images; The Anima; The Animus; Complementary Images; Mixed Types; Jung's Women; A Stone in Space

"4.4.44"The Uncanny; The Fox; Psychology of Religion; Symbolism of the Catholic Mass; Christ, an Archetype of the Self; The Faust Legend; The Fourth Term; The Age of the Fishes; The Birth of Christ in Pisces 1; The Spread of Christianity; Moving towards the Antichrist; Prophecies of the Antichrist; The Mirror-Image Opposite; Scientific Rationalism; The Psychology of Alchemy; The Alchemist's Stone; The Spirit of Mercurius; Stages in the Individuation Process; The Chemical Marriage; The Rosarium Philosophorum -- or -- Philosophers' Rose Garden: 1. The Mercurial Fountain; 2. King and Queen

3. The Naked Truth4. Immersion in the Bath; 5. The Coniunctio or Intercourse; 6. Death and Putrefaction; 7. Ascent of the Soul; 8. Purification; 9. The Return of the Soul; 10. The New Birth or Rebis; Synchronicity; Is it "meaningful" or is it just coincidence?; Qualitative Time; Synchronicity and Post-Einsteinian Physics; Synchronicity and Quantum Mechanics; An Astrological Experiment; "Secret Mutual Connivance"; The Double Conception; Science and the New Age; The End?; Supplement: Jung and the Nazis; Little Dictionary; Further Reading; Index

Carl Gustav Jung was an enigmatic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, the founder of analytical psychology and a one-time disciple of Freud. Introducing Jung explains his key theories that still inform our thinking on psychology and personality, describing the events that led to his creation of The Red Book.

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