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Two Essays on Analytical Psychology


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volume seven, translated from the german by R. F. C. Hull
pp. XII-358, London (England)
data stampa: 1966
codice isbn: 6007

This book forms the link between the two crowning achievements of Jung's middle period, The Psychology of the Unconscious and Psychological Types.

"In The Psychology of the Unconscious Jung clarifies his disagreement with Freud and Adler. He agrees with Freud that dream analysis is the via regia to the Unconscious, but he interprets dreams differently. Where Freud finds inversion and displacement in dreams, Jung holds that 'the dream is what it pretends to be, neither more nor less'. Against Freud's belief that all neuroses originate in sexuality, and Adler's belief that all neuroses originate in the will to power, Jung argues that some cases originate in the one, and some in the other, and many in neither. His distinctive discovery (or invention) is the collective Unconscious. While he agrees that psychological health is a matter of harmony between the Conscious and the Unconscious within an individual, Jung maintains that a man's Unconscious is not entirely his own, but also contains impersonal, collective components in the form of inherited 'categories' or 'archetypes'. These 'archetypes' embody the primordial images which have dwelt in the minds of men since the beginnings of history."

Indice:

EDITORIAL NOTE TO TRE FIRST EDITION


EDITORIAL NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION

I ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE UNCONSCIOUS

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION


PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION


PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION


PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION


PREFACE TO THE FIFTH EDITION

I. Psychoanalysis


II. The Eros Theory

III. The Other Point of View: The Will to Power


IV. The Problem of the Attitude-Type

V. The Personal and the Collective (or Transpersonal) Unconscious

VI. The Synthetic or Constructive Method

VII. The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious


VIII. General Remarks on the Therapeutic Approach to the Unconscious

Conclusion

II THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE EGO AND TRE UNCONSCIOUS

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION


PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION

Part One

TRE EFFECTS OF TRE UNCONSCIOUS UPON CONSCIOUSNESS

I. The Personal and the Collective Unconscious

II. Phenomena Resulting from the Assimilation of the Unconscious

III. The Persona as a Segment of the Collective Psyche


IV. Negative Attempts to Free the Individuality from the Collective Psyche

a. Regressive Restoration of the Persona

b. Identification with the Collective Psyche

Part Two INDIVIDUATION

I. The Function of the Unconscious

II. Anima and Animus

III. The Technique of Differentiation between the Ego and the Figures of the Unconscious

IV. The Mana-Personality

APPENDICES

I. New Paths in Psychology

II. The Structure of the Unconscious

1. THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE PERSONAL AND THE IMPERSONAL UNCONSCIOUS

2. PHENOMENA RESULTING FROM THE ASSIMILATION OF THE UNCONSCIOUS

3. THE PERSONA AS A SEGMENT OF TRE COLLECTIVE PSYCHE

4. ATTEMPTS TO FREE THE INDIVIDUALITY FROM TRE COLLECTIVE PSYCHE

a. The Regressive Restoration of the Persona

b. Identification with the Collective Psyche

5. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN TRE TREATMENT OF COLLECTIVE IDENTITY [Addendum]

6. SUMMARY [First Version] [Second Version]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX

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