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offers a concise introduction to Jungian psychology, covering everything from the collective unconscious and the archetype to the theories of synchronicity and individuation. (Ken McGoogan, Calgary Herald)
Anthony Stevens is a distinguished Jungian analyst, psychiatrist, and writer on Jungian themes. He is a graduate of Oxford University and in addition to his DM has two degrees in psychology. His other books include Archetype: A Natural History of the Self (1982), The Roots of War (1989), On Jung (1990), The Two-Million-Year-Old Self (1993), and Private Myths: Dreams and Dreaming (1995).
An excellent introduction to Jung in easy-to-understand English. I would recommend to people who need to teach Jung and need something that is straight-forward yet detailed enough... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Miss Eff
Excellent introduction, easy to understand and with a good splattering of useful information.Published 4 months ago by Rosie
A great introduction to the life and work of Jung. Well written and very informative.Published 5 months ago by BeffiJ
Great little book, the author writes in a way which makes Jung's psychological theories easier to understand than some of the other literature I have attempted to read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. England
Exactly what I needed- a quick and easy to read into to Jung. I feel better equipped to tackle the heavier texts now.Published 13 months ago by frida&edith
Very readable, excellent for our 'Ideas book club' and written in normal langauge.Published 15 months ago by Valerie Welham
Easy to read and very interesting. Cuts to the chase and explains things clearly. Recommend to anyone interested in what Jung is all about.Published 17 months ago by Sonja Bond