The Undiscovered Self
Answers to Questions Raised by the Present World Crisis
By C.G. Jung
Published April 4th 2002 by Routledge – 96 pages
Series: Routledge Classics
In The Undiscovered Self Jung explains the essence of his teaching for a readership unfamiliar with his ideas. He highlights the importance of individual responsibility and freedom in the context of today's mass society, and argues that individuals must organize themselves as effectively as the organized mass if they are to resist joining it. To help them achieve this he sets out his influential programme for achieving self-understanding and self-realization. The Undiscovered Self is a book that will awaken many individuals to the new life of the self that Jung visualized.
'Next to Freud, no psychiatrist of today has advanced our insight into the nature of the psyche more than he has. . . . At times he reaches a height and magical many-sidedness of observation that arouses our wonder.' - Hermann Hesse
`This is a very important book indeed.' - J.B. Priestley
Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961). Founded the analytical school of psychology and developed a radical new theory of the unconscious.