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Jung's Map of the Soul: An Introduction (New)
by Stein, Murray
Publisher: Open Court Publishing Company
Book ID: 9780812693768, 0812693760
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Murray Stein, a longtime Jungian therapist and prolific author, provides readers with an accessible introduction to the essential Jungian ideas in Jung's Map of the Soul. More than a mere overview, the book offers readers a strong grounding in the basic principles of Jung's analytical psychology in addition to illuminating insights.
Written in a user-friendly and accessible style, the book is packed with lively anecdotes and helpful examples that illustrate some of Jung's most abstract ideas.
"Nearly innumerable books on Carl Jung's psychology are available, but few are as comprehensive and concise as Stein's primer. Himself a widely regarded analyst, Stein presents Jung's major theoretical contributions in language as uncomplicated as the subject allows. Persona and shadow, animus and anima, archetypes and the collective unconscious -- Stein defines them all, locating them within the framework of Jung's written work. Aimed at the general reader but sufficiently academic for the specialist, this is an excellent basic book on the subject."
"Writing for the general reader, Stein provides an outline of Jung's basic concepts that is clearly written and indicates some of the distinctions between Jung's thinking and Freud's."
-- Publishers Weekly
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