Analytical Psychology. A Modern Science by Michael Fordham, Rosemary Gordon and Judith Hubback (Eds.)

By Michael Fordham, Rosemary Gordon and Judith Hubback (Eds.)

Divided into components, the 1st specializes in theoretical suggestions with specified connection with the constitution of the psyche, whereas the second one contains extra medical fabric. either exemplify the London Society's curiosity in formative years and the improvement of principles concerning the use of reductive research in the Jungian framework

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5) : Ί have suggested calling the total personality which, though present, cannot be fully known, the self. ' 28 The empirical foundation in Jung's works Though the word like' seems to imply that he wants a loophole he can use if he is pressed, it is sufficiently explicit, and it is strikingly close to the early definition in Psychological types (cf. supra p. 25). There is, however, no doubt that the concept of the self as an archetype began after the idea of it as the totality of the psyche, for the first form of the theory of archetypes was published in 1919, two years before the appearance of Psychological types.

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