Individuation and social contact in Jungian psychology
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Individuation and social contact in Jungian psychology by Marie-Luise von Franz

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Published by Bellarmin in [Montreal] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Individuation (Psychology),
  • Social interaction.,
  • Self.,
  • Jungian psychology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMarie-Louise von Franz ; designed and edited with introduction, reference notes, and bibliography by Malcolm Spicer ; [illustrations by Virginia Patterson].
ContributionsSpicer, Malcolm S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF697 .F67 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2498952M
LC Control Number87672139

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(shelved 3 times as jungian-psychology) avg rating — 30, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Individuation is the psychic process by which one becomes himself, indivisibly, uniquely, a monad, in the words of Jung: one who was supposed to be. It is about the realization of the Self. Jung discovered this process during his confrontation with the unconscious, and .   The best books by Carl Jung. Jung’s work is extensive and draws a lot of material from his own autobiography, including books of essays and personal reflections. We can even find the correspondence between Jung and Freud. These letters delve deeper into the development of the psychoanalytical movement and the relationship between these two figures. Jung and the Social Implications of Individuation Earlier essays on this blog site [1] described some of the components of individuation and defined it as a developmental process which begins in the adult individual, usually after the age of thirty-five, and if successful leads to the discovery of the Self and its replacing of the ego as the personality center.

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