Skip to Content

Books by Subject

Jung & Analytical Psychology Books

You are currently browsing 41–50 of 248 new and published books in the subject of Jung & Analytical Psychology — sorted by publish date from newer books to older books.

For books that are not yet published; please browse forthcoming books.

New and Published Books – Page 5

  1. Gods and Diseases

    Making sense of our physical and mental wellbeing

    By David Tacey

    Today's society faces many problems that cannot be solved by the application of reason, logic or medicine. Some of these include alcoholism, suicide, drug addiction and child abuse to name but a few. Many mental health problems are on the increase such as depression, phobias and anxiety with no...

    Published November 29th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Cartesian Philosophy and the Flesh

    Reflections on incarnation in analytical psychology

    By Frances Gray

    How do you know anything is true? What relation is there between my psyche and your psyche, does one exist? Can we doubt everything or are some things indubitable? What does Jung have to say about body and psyche, body and mind? Cartesian Philosophy and the Flesh is an analysis and critique of...

    Published October 23rd 2012 by Routledge

  3. The Phenomena of Awareness

    Husserl, Cantor, Jung

    By Cecile Tougas

    What is awareness? How is dreaming different from ordinary awareness? What does mathematics have to do with awareness? Are different kinds of awareness related? “Awareness” is commonly spoken of as “mind, soul, spirit, consciousness, the unconscious, psyche, imagination, self, and other.” The...

    Published July 18th 2012 by Routledge

  4. The Jung Reader

    Edited by David Tacey

    Carl Gustav Jung was the pioneering founder of analytical psychology, a form of analysis that has revolutionised the approach to mental illness and the study of the mind. In this anthology, David Tacey brings together a selection of Jung's essays from his famous Collected Works. Divided into...

    Published March 25th 2012 by Routledge

  5. Jung on Art

    The Autonomy of the Creative Drive

    By Tjeu van den Berk

    In this book, Tjeu van den Berk examines C. G. Jung's personal perspective on art and how his work intensely engages with this theme. It analyses Jung’s profound reflections on artistic considerations such as how we experience art, the specific qualities in the perception of beauty, the nature of...

    Published February 13th 2012 by Routledge

  6. The Dark Ground of Spirit

    Schelling and the Unconscious

    By S. J. McGrath

    Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling is widely regarded as one of the most difficult and influential of German philosophers. In this book, S. J. McGrath not only makes Schelling's ideas accessible to a general audience, he uncovers the romantic philosopher's seminal role as the creator of a...

    Published February 1st 2012 by Routledge

  7. The Neurobiology of the Gods

    How Brain Physiology Shapes the Recurrent Imagery of Myth and Dreams

    By Erik D. Goodwyn

    Where does science end and religion begin? Can "spiritual" images and feelings be understood on a neurobiological level without dismissing their power and mystery? In this book, psychiatrist Erik Goodwyn addresses these questions by reviewing decades of research, putting together a compelling...

    Published December 14th 2011 by Routledge

  8. Midlife Transformation in Literature and Film

    Jungian and Eriksonian Perspectives

    By Steven F. Walker

    In this book, Steven F. Walker considers the midlife transition from a Jungian and Eriksonian perspective, by providing vivid and powerful literary and cinematic examples that illustrate the psychological theories in a clear and entertaining way. For C.G. Jung, midlife is a time for personal...

    Published November 22nd 2011 by Routledge

  9. The Ecocritical Psyche

    Literature, Evolutionary Complexity and Jung

    By Susan Rowland

    The Ecocritical Psyche unites literary studies, ecocriticism, Jungian ideas, mythology and complexity evolution theory for the first time, developing the aesthetic aspect of psychology and science as deeply as it explores evolution in Shakespeare and Jane Austen. In this book, Susan Rowland...

    Published October 20th 2011 by Routledge

  10. Anteros

    A Forgotten Myth

    By Craig E. Stephenson

    Anteros: A Forgotten Myth explores how the myth of Anteros disappears and reappears throughout the centuries, from classical Athens to the present day, and looks at how the myth challenges the work of Freud, Lacan, and Jung, among others. It examines the successive cultural experiences that formed...

    Published October 19th 2011 by Routledge