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  1. Visions

    Notes on the Seminar Given in 1930-1934

    By C.G. Jung

    Edited by Claire Douglas

    For Jung, the beautiful and brilliantly creative 28-year old Christiana Morgan was an inspired force whose path in self-analysis paralleled his own quest for personal knowledge. By teaching Morgan the trance-like technique of active imagination, Jung helped her embark on a series of archetypal...

    Published March 12th 1998 by Routledge

  2. Cult Fictions

    C. G. Jung and the Founding of Analytical Psychology

    By Sonu Shamdasani

    Controversial claims that C.G. Jung, founder of analytical psychology, was a charlatan and a self-appointed demi-god have recently brought his legacy under renewed scrutiny. The basis of the attack on Jung is a previously unknown text, said to be Jung's inaugural address at the founding of his '...

    Published March 5th 1998 by Routledge

  3. The Adolescent Psyche

    Jungian and Winnicottian Perspectives

    By Richard Frankel

    Adolescence is recognised as a turbulent period of human development. Along with the physical changes of puberty, adolescents undergo significant transformations in the way they think, act, feel and perceive the world. The disruption that is manifest in their behaviour is upsetting and often...

    Published February 26th 1998 by Routledge

  4. The Mystery of Human Relationship

    Alchemy and the Transformation of the Self

    By Nathan Schwartz-Salant

    All human relationships are containers of emotional life, but what are the structures underlying them? Nathan Schwartz-Salant looks at all kinds of relationships through an analyst's eye. By analogy with the ancient system of alchemy he shows how states of mind that can undermine our relationships...

    Published February 19th 1998 by Routledge

  5. Lesbians and Lesbianisms

    A Post-Jungian Perspective

    By Claudette Kulkarni

    Claudette Kulkarni explores lesbian experience from a Jungian and feminist perspective, through interviews with women who see themselves as lesbians or who are in a lesbian relationship. Although a feminist treatment of the subject challenges the heterosexism of Jungian theory, the author presents...

    Published September 18th 1997 by Routledge

  6. Abortion

    Loss and Renewal in the Search for Identity

    By Eva Pattis Zoja

    The debate on abortion has tended to avoid the psychological significance of an unwanted pregnancy, dominated istead by the strong emotions the subject excites. Eva Pattis Zoja examines the thoughts that surround a woman's decision to end a pregnancy, and presents the challenging thesis that...

    Published September 4th 1997 by Routledge

  7. Freud and Jung on Religion

    By Michael Palmer

    Michael Palmer provides a detailed account of the theories of religion of both Freud and Jung and sets them side by side for the first timeIn the first section of the text Dr Palmer analyses Freud's claim that religion is an obsessional neurosis - a psychological illness fuelled by sexual...

    Published August 28th 1997 by Routledge

  8. Jung on Synchronicity and the Paranormal

    By C.G. Jung

    Jung's lifelong interest in the paranormal contributed significantly to the development of his influential but controversial theory of synchronicity. In this volume Roderick Main brings together a selection of Jung's writings on topics from well-known and less accessible sources to explore the...

    Published August 7th 1997 by Routledge

  9. Remaking Men

    Jung, Spirituality and Social Change

    By David Tacey

    The nature of masculinity is a popular subject for contemporary authors, either treated critically from a sociological standpoint, or analysed from a psychological and spiritual perspective.In Remaking Men, David Tacey argues that we must strive to bridge the gap between these separate traditions -...

    Published May 15th 1997 by Routledge

  10. Jung on Active Imagination

    By C.G. Jung

    Edited by Joan Chodorow

    Jung's discovery of active imagination is one of the most important milestones in his personal and professional life. Prompted by the trauma of his break up with Freud, he developed a method of self healing which later formed the basis of his analytic practice and is now regarded as the origin of...

    Published January 23rd 1997 by Routledge