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Jungian Perspectives

The first appearance of renowned Jungian Luigi Aurigemma’s works in English, Jungian Perspectives explores the timeless questions that have long fascinated psychologists. In a series of essays written over a twenty year period—which nonetheless retain all their freshness today—Aurigemma’s writings echo man’s search for meaning and for understanding in a world limited by the human condition. This far-reaching overview of Jung’s work includes discussions of suffering and evil, sublimation, dreams and visions, the spiritual dimension, death, and the mystical experience of the Void.

280 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2008

Psychology: General Psychology

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Table of Contents


1    Carl Gustav Jung -- An Outline of a Life’s Work
2    Jung and Today’s Problems in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
3    Dream and Vision
4    Jung and the East
5    Suffering and Evil in the Work of Jung
6    The Spiritual Dimension in Jung’s Work
7    Recent Studies on Certain Psychological Experiences of the Dying
8    The Concept of Sublimation in Freud and in Jung
9    The Mystical Experience of Nothingness and the Jungian Experience of the Self
10  From the Symbol of the Cosmic Man to That of Aquarius

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