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{download Audiobooks} Zwei Schriften Über Analytische Psychologie: Über die Psychologie des Unbewusten.Author C.G. Jung –

In This, His Most Famous And Influential Work, Carl Jung Made A Dramatic Break From The Psychoanalytic Tradition Established By His Mentor, Sigmund Freud Rather Than Focusing On Psychopathology And Its Symptoms, The Swiss Psychiatrist Studied Dreams, Mythology, And Literature To Define The Universal Patterns Of The PsycheIn Psychology Of The Unconscious, Jung Seeks A Symbolic Meaning And Purpose Behind A Given Set Of Symptoms, Placing Them Within The Larger Context Of The Psyche TheText Examines The Fantasies Of A Patient Whose Poetic And Vivid Mental Images Helped Jung Redefine Libido As Psychic Energy, Arising From The Unconscious And Manifesting Itself Consciously In Symbolic Form Jung S Commentary On His Patient S Fantasies Offers A Complex Study Of Symbolic Psychiatry And Foreshadows His Development Of The Theory Of Collective Unconscious And Its Constituents, The ArchetypesThe Author S Role In The Development Of Analytical Psychology, A Therapeutic Process That Promotes Creativity And Psychological Development, Makes This Landmark In Psychoanalytic Methodology Required Reading For Students And Others Interested In The Practice And Process Of Psychology

10 thoughts on “Zwei Schriften Über Analytische Psychologie: Über die Psychologie des Unbewusten.

  1. says:

    V a nh p m n v o ph n t m h c theo ki u c a Jung ch kh ng ph i ki u Freud V i tr ch o n hay ho trong cu n s ch m ng n y C th n i r ng th gi i c a ch ng ta b ng n c ch nh t m th n m t ng i suy nh c th n kinh, b c m n s t t ng tr ng cho ng ranh Ng i T y ph ng bi t r c i ch c ng c ng gh g m c a c c n c theo x h i ch ngh a n n bu c l ng ph i d ng nh ng ph ng ph p t v r t k d Nh ng ng th i h c ng t khoe c i c c a m nh, c i thi n c a m nh C i h kh ng nh n th y l nh ng t t x u c a h tr n tr ng bang qu c t , c h em gi u d i c i m t n n n n p thanh nh phe c ng s n kh ng n h g n m tr v o m t h nh ng c i x u xa y T y ph ng v n tha th m t c ch k o v h i e th n cho s d i tr tr n tr ng ngo i giao, s l a o c , s e d a c che y, ng y nay phe c ng s n c ng nhi n em nh ng m n y ra i x v i h th t h u h , t o ra cho ta nh ng c i n t suy nh c th n kinh l b m t nh n nh c a c i b ng x u xa c a m nh m ng i T y ph ng tr ng th y ang cau c b n kia b c m n s t review vi t l n sau ng nh c i t a, Jung ch th m d ti m th c c a ch ng ta th ng qua nh ng gi c m Kh c v i Freud, ng kh ng ti p c n gi c m theo h ng t do h i t c l ng i b nh n i v gi c m c a ch nh h , v t nh b c l ra i u m b n th n th c ngh khi m , ng quan ni m r ng gi c m l th m ng i n m m c ng kh ng hi u T i sao quan ni m c a Jung l i nguy hi m M nh ngh ng tr c m t th gi i coi tr ng th c h n ti m th c , n i ti m th c b xem nh m t th ng r c to b c a th c th m t ng i d m d n th n v mang nh ng bi u t ng c x a quay l i th qu th c nguy hi m Th t ng t ng, b n m th y m nh b c h t ch n ngo i i b n l m t nh leo n i c t i, g p Jung ng s b o , ch li u h n m leo n i, gi c m n y ang c nh b o ch , n b p cho nh ng c m x c m ch lu n khao kh t t n, l s m o hi m t nh m ng V i th ng sau ng kia ch t b i leo n i Cu n n y c n c p quan ni m c a ng v Freud trong ph n t m h c ng i m t con ng ho n to n kh c, i u t ng ngang h ng v i Freud ch kh ng ph i l ng i b sung hay k th a Freud c vi t b i m t gi ng v n ch n th nh, y khi m nh ng, v c c k l i cu n L i cu n n m nh t h i m nh hi u ch t n o v ph n con c a b n th n ch a T m lum c u h i c gi ng ra, thi tho ng t c gi tr l i v i c u, thi tho ng l i b ng cho c gi t m ch i Th ch h p h i n o nh ng ng y m a d m d th n y.

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    Ti m th c m nh cho cu n n y 3 sao, th c m nh cho cu n n y 4 sao Di n ra l , v m t ki n th c th m nh kh ng ng l m, c n v m t di n t th d ch gi d ch r t s ng Ch t th nh 3.5 t i v ng i p m t v o t ng xem c ngh ra c c i g n i v cu n n y n a kh ng T.T

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    This is a must read for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of Jung s theories Here Jung examines dreams, mythology, and literature in order to shed light on the repressed aspects of the psyche held within the unconscious This book focuses particularly upon the repression of the libido, the incest prohibition, and the problem of the libido tied up with the mother image Here, libido is taken beyond just sexual energy into a broader understanding of psychic energy as a driving force This is a very good read I give this book 5 stars Anyone seeking an understanding of Jung s theories should read this book.

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    Este libro recopila observaciones de innumerables mitos a trav s de la ptica del psicoan lisis de inicios del siglo XX.La labor bibliogr fica es impresionante Jung recorre mitolog a grecoromana, sumeria, egipcia, judeocristiana, n rdica, y seguro que estoy olvidando un mont n m s Hace referencia a libros de Goethe y Nietsche que no he le do lamentablemente.Me gustar a contrastar esto con una publicaci n muy reciente de la escuela gestalt.

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    Amazing read One can t help but appreciate Jung s depth and breadth of knowledge of mythology and religion and how aptly he draws from their significance in exploring the importance of symbolism involved in transformation of the psyche My favorite Jung book to date.

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  7. says:

    it would be better to read CW.5 Symbols of Transformation rather than this

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    Jung analyses the autobiographic sketches of a young woman in order to expose the underlying stereotypical mythic imagery he deems universal for all psyches As methodological help he turns to scholars dealing with the importance of myth for the creation of religions and collective habits His terminology is highly based on Freud s findings for the interpretation of dreams However while Freud insists on the sexually motivated nature of these dreams, Jung argues for a broader definition of the term Libido as a universal energetic driving force behind human action This extension of Freud s thought is, in my opinion, one of the great achievement of this study The analysis itself is logically structured, yet partly loses itself in redundancies This is something I find typical and annoying in Jung s writing in general However, the original thoughts are clever, unique, and very employable for the analysis of people and literature both Jung also exposes a wide knowledge of individual myths in order to expose their underlying universal structures which he attributes to shared mental capacities in all men Especially his comparison between the Mythras cult and the advent of Christianity are very illuminating Overall, a very recommendable book for everyone interested in the power of myth, fairy tale, and the origination of human imagination in general.

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    How big a heart do you have to swallow and stomach the immensity of this seminal work How big a mind can you stretch to reimagine the size of the Jung s thorough and vast reach of lateral anthropological knowledge Finally, how strong a faith do you have in your socio cultural and cognitive structure to sustain the challenges that will hammer on your inherited systems once Jung connects it with the communal subconscious Even the Koran was not spared For me, it fortified my faith Because I ve always thought that if my faith in my particular religion has a smidge of credibility, then it would have to be connected with other cultures and societies That the Khidir character can be connected with the nymphs of the Pacific ocean, the gods of Atlantis and the demons in South America, makes him real, and closer to heart.That the world s mythological languages and systems connect with each other makes it even important to stop fussing what is ours and theirs, and celebrate instead what is common amongst man, across the generations and bibles.