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What Jung really said.

Edward Armstrong Bennett

What Jung really said.

by Edward Armstrong Bennett

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Published by Schocken Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jung, C. G. -- 1875-1961.

  • ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20327060M
    ISBN 10080520265X

    the account of Jung's inner experiences, and by a rich harvest of thoughts which, as he himself says, are an integral part of his biography. This is true first and foremost of his religious ideas, for this book contains Jung's religious testament. Jung was led to a confrontation with religious questions by a number of different routes.   Edward Armstrong Bennet was a friend and contemporary of Jung's, and his book What Jung Really Said is a lucidly-written overview of Jung's psychology and its development. This a slim volume, and Bennet does not venture into any of the controversial depths of Jung's thought; however, it is a good concise introduction to the subject, for s: 7.

    The Red Book is a red leather‐bound folio manuscript crafted by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung between and about It recounts and comments upon the author's psychological experiments between and , and is based on manuscripts first drafted by Jung in –15 and Despite being nominated as the central work in Jung's oeuvre, it . Jung in Modern Man in Search of a Soul, is here presented as a specifically individual struggle for moral and spiritual integrity against the ‘mass psychology’ generated by political fanaticism, scientific materialism and techno-logical triumphalism on a global scale. Ultimately, this is a religious as much as a psychological problem.

      Jung believed that it is the end purpose of human life to experience this coming together of the whole, to fully integrate and make conscious everything about ourselves that was hidden in the shadow.   (The Essential Jung, Carl Jung and Anthony Storr) According to Jung archetypes are psychic structures which are common to all humans and constitute ‘the archaic heritage of humanity’. Archetypes can be described as cognitive categories, or predispositions that humans are born with to think, feel, perceive and act in specific ways.


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It has become /5(13). Edward Armstrong Bennet was a friend and contemporary of Jung's, and his book What Jung Really Said is a lucidly-written overview of Jung's psychology and its development. This is a slim volume, and Bennet does not venture into any of the controversial depths of Jung's thought; however, it is a concise introduction to the subject, for by:   Edward Armstrong Bennet was a friend and contemporary of Jung's, and his book What Jung Really Said is a lucidly-written overview of Jung's psychology and its development.

This is a slim volume, and Bennet does not venture into any of the controversial depths of Jung's thought; however, it is a concise introduction to the subject, for s: 7. Edward Armstrong Bennet was a friend and contemporary of Jung's, and his book What Jung Really Said is a lucidly-written overview of Jung's psychology and its development.

This is a slim volume, and Bennet does not venture into any of the controversial depths of Jung's thought; however, it is a concise introduction to the subject, for beginners/5(7).

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E.A. Bennet introduces us to the thought of Jung in the context of his life and his life's work. In this classic overview of Jung's sixty-year career, Bennet covers the "background and development of Jung's thinking.

I recently came across the book ‘The Undiscovered Self,’ by Carl Jung and I thought it so relevant to these times that I would draw attention to it.

Of course, really one should read the book. Edward Armstrong Bennet was a friend and contemporary of Jung's, and his book What Jung Really Said is a lucidly-written overview of Jung's psychology and its development.

This a slim volume, and Bennet does not venture into any of the controversial depths of Jung's thought; however, it is a good concise introduction to the subject, for s: 7.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: London: MacDonald & Co, Description: xxxii, pages ; 20 cm. What Jung Really Said Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Books. /5(6). Noll: Well, Jung certainly believed Mithraism was Christianity's great rival religion but, in fact, some of the other cults like Dionysus were more widespread at the time. But anyway, during and Jung withdrew from his former bourgeois life-style and lived out a wild, intense, mad fantasy life during which he believed he was initiated.

2 days ago  Jung Hae In said on the show, “The song felt like it was conveying my own feelings. Paul Kim is a truly amazing singer.” Paul Kim talked about their friendship as he said, “Jung. What I think Jung is trying to do in this book is take a position that is actually closer to the Old Testament views of God than New Testament views of God (heretical as such a claim may seem, there are passages in the Old Testament - some arguably dating from as late as the time of Isaiah - that would justify such a view).

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