THE INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY by Dr. Carl G. Jung

THE INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An important book for educators, theologians, psychologists, etc., this latest contribution to analysis by one of the forefathers of the new science. Not a book for the untutored, this summing up of Jung's psychological conceptions. He shows by a remarkable series of dreams produced by a man not undergoing analytic treatment, hence isolated from all influence on the part of Jung, that a process of inner growth and interpretation can take place. Jung interprets these dreams and uses them to show relation of them to the problem of redemption throughout the ages. He also shows the hidden forces which determine behaviour of man and which may either prove constructive or destructive, tying up with social phases of today. Book for long term sale, sure of professional attention, since Jung is one of the biggest names in the field.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1939
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart