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Man and His Symbols

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Man and His Symbols was Carl Jung’s last work. It was perhaps the only book he edited for lay readers with no background of psychology. The book is divided into five parts, of which four are penned by his associates - Aniela Jaffe, Joseph L. Henderson, Jolande Jacobi and Marie-Louise von Franz. Man and His Symbols is an introduction to Jung’s theories, predominantly his well-known theory on man and his relation to his collective unconscious. Jung strongly believed that the unconscious mind communicated with the conscious self, mainly through symbols that man saw in his dreams. This process, he explains, eventually tries to direct the conscious self towards a more gratifying and complete life. In the book, he traces the effect of symbols from all over the world throughout history, along with thought-provoking illustrations. The importance of dreams, the significance of symbols, Jung's theory of archetypes and the course of individuation, form the crux of this book. Jung also studies the dreams of some of his own patients and discusses them as examples to emphasize his theories.

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Man and His Symbols was Carl Jung’s last work. It was perhaps the only book he edited for lay readers with no background of psychology. The book is divided into five parts, of which four are penned by his associates - Aniela Jaffe, Joseph L. Henderson, Jolande Jacobi and Marie-Louise von Franz. Man and His Symbols is an introduction to Jung’s theories, predominantly his well-known theory on man and his relation to his collective unconscious. Jung strongly believed that the unconscious mind communicated with the conscious self, mainly through symbols that man saw in his dreams. This process, he explains, eventually tries to direct the conscious self towards a more gratifying and complete life. In the book, he traces the effect of symbols from all over the world throughout history, along with thought-provoking illustrations. The importance of dreams, the significance of symbols, Jung's theory of archetypes and the course of individuation, form the crux of this book. Jung also studies the dreams of some of his own patients and discusses them as examples to emphasize his theories.
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Title Man and His Symbols Height 10.5
Carl Jung, Joseph L. Henderson, Aniela Jaffé, Jolande Jacobi, John Freeman, Marie-Louise von Franz Width 2.9
ISBN-13 9780440351832 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0440351839 Spine Width
Publisher Dell Pages 432
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