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by C. G. Jung,Gerhard Adler,R. F.C. Hull,Aniela Jaffé


Jung Letters, Vol. 1: 1906-1950. Of special interest, due to the accusations against Jung of anti-semitism, are the several letters sent in his own defense.

Jung Letters, Vol. Based upon the written material herein, these criticisms appear to be unfounded. For example, he wrote: p. 148 "It is my opinion that the peculiarity of the Jews might explain why they are an absolutely essential symbiotic element in our population.

Gerhard Adler underwent a training analysis with . Jung in the 1930s and is now President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Aniela Jaffé collaborated with Jung in his Memories, Dreams and Reflections. Jung' and his published works include Studies in Analytical Psychology and The Living Symbol.

Hull, occasionally with assistance from others.

C. G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, Aniela Jaffé, R. F. C. Hull. Clifford A. Brown, "Letters. Hull," The Journal of Religion 54, no. 1 (Ja. 1974): 95-96.

Jung Letters, along with Aniela Jaffe. Jung Letters Volume 1 (1906-1950). Routledge and Kegan Paul. His allegiance to Jung and the Zurich school caused irreconcilable differences with Michael Fordham and led to his leaving the Society of Analytical Psychology, London, and founding the Association of Jungian Analysts. Adler was born in Berlin of German-Jewish descent. He earned his PhD at the University of Freiburg in 1927. In 1932 he went to Zurich to study and train under Jung at the Burghölzli psychiatric hospital. Jung Letters Volume 2 (1951-1961).

in collaboration with. No part ofthis book may be reproduced in anyfonn without pennission from the publisher, exceptfor the quotation ofbrief passages in criticism ISBN 978-0-415-051 71-2. By princeton university press printed and bound in great britain by tn digital, padstow, cornwall. Several letters of the 1906-1950 period which came to light after the publication of volume 1 are included as addenda in the present volume. I am deeply indebted to Miss Hildegard Nagel for translating several of these, owing to the illness of Mr. .

Home, Jung and Analytical Psychology. Letters of C. Jung: Vol 1 1906-1950. Publisher : Routledge. Jung (1875 - 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist, innovative thinker and founder of Analytical Psychology, whose most influential ideas include the concept of psychological archetypes, the collective unconscious, and synchronicity. He is the author of numerous works, including Memories, Dreams, Reflections and Man and His Symbols.

The Collected Works of . Jung. In 5/56, in his 81st year, Jung first discussed publishing his letters with Gerhard Adler. Volume 1, published in '73, contains those letters written between '06 & '50. He'd often used epistolary media to communicate ideas & clarify interpretations of his work, quite apart from answering people approaching him with their problems & simply corresponding with friends & colleagues.

Gerhard Adler, Aniela Jaffé. In May 1956, in his eighty-second year, Jung first discussed with Gerhard Adler the question of the publication of his letters. Over many years, Jung had often used the medium of letters to communicate his ideas to others and to clarify the interpretation of his work, quite apart from answering people who approached him with genuine problems of their own and simply corresponding with friends and colleagues.

Princeton and London, 1973-75

Princeton and London, 1973-75. New York and London, 1963. Some youthful memories.

Beginning with Jung's earliest correspondence to associates of the psychoanalytic period and ending shortly before his death, the 935 letters selected for these two volumes offer a running commentary on his creativity. The recipients of the letters include Mircea Eliade, Sigmund Freud, Esther Harding, James Joyce, Karl Kernyi, Erich Neumann, Maud Oakes, Herbert Read, Upton Sinclair, and Father Victor White.

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Author: C. G. Jung,Gerhard Adler,R. F.C. Hull,Aniela Jaffé

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Of special interest, due to the accusations against Jung of anti-semitism, are the several letters sent in his own defense. Based upon the written material herein, these criticisms appear to be unfounded. For example, he wrote: p. 148 "It is my opinion that the peculiarity of the Jews might explain why they are an absolutely essential symbiotic element in our population. If there were no differences between them and other people, there would be nothing to distinguish them at all and then there would also be nothing in the characteristic influence, amply attested by history, which they have exerted on their environment. It must after all be supposed that a people which has kept itself more or less unadulterated for several thousand years and clung onto its belief in being "chosen" is psychologically different in some way from the relatively young Germanic peoples whose culture is scarcely more than a thousand years old" & p. 154 "I am absolutely not an opponent of the Jews even though I am an opponent of Freud's...not because he is a Jew."

He also succinctly describes the overarching nature of analytical psychology which, IMHO, differentiates it from forms of therapy in general & from Freudian psychoanalysis in particular: p. 377 "the main interest of my work is not concerned with the treatment of neuroses but rather with the approach to the numinous. But the fact is that the approach to the numinous is the real therapy and inasmuch as you attain to the numinous experiences you are released from the curse of pathology. Even the very disease takes on a numinous characteristic."

Interestingly, despite his obvious erudition, Thinking orientation, & scholarship, he retains his connection to the real world (reminiscent of Buddhist mindfulness meditation & other techniques): p. 479 "Sometimes a tree tells you more than can be read in books." Clever & profound IMHO. Worth 4.5*'s
Saintrius
This is a huge book shining light on Jung's psychology--both personal & theoretical. I added over 100 quotes from it into my collection--an incredible amount. They address a wide range of topics such as: modern art, telepathy, astrology, fear, schizophrenia, the death penalty, ethics & morality, music, evil, psychological projection, Freud, science & its limits esp. in relation to religion, neologisms (creating new words), doctors vs. scientists, rationality/consciousness vs. non-rationality/unconscious mind, the dangers of groups, ethnic differences, & the nature of analytical psychology.

Of special interest, due to the accusations against Jung of anti-semitism, are the several letters sent in his own defense. Based upon the written material herein, these criticisms appear to be unfounded. For example, he wrote: p. 148 "It is my opinion that the peculiarity of the Jews might explain why they are an absolutely essential symbiotic element in our population. If there were no differences between them and other people, there would be nothing to distinguish them at all and then there would also be nothing in the characteristic influence, amply attested by history, which they have exerted on their environment. It must after all be supposed that a people which has kept itself more or less unadulterated for several thousand years and clung onto its belief in being "chosen" is psychologically different in some way from the relatively young Germanic peoples whose culture is scarcely more than a thousand years old" & p. 154 "I am absolutely not an opponent of the Jews even though I am an opponent of Freud's...not because he is a Jew."

He also succinctly describes the overarching nature of analytical psychology which, IMHO, differentiates it from forms of therapy in general & from Freudian psychoanalysis in particular: p. 377 "the main interest of my work is not concerned with the treatment of neuroses but rather with the approach to the numinous. But the fact is that the approach to the numinous is the real therapy and inasmuch as you attain to the numinous experiences you are released from the curse of pathology. Even the very disease takes on a numinous characteristic."

Interestingly, despite his obvious erudition, Thinking orientation, & scholarship, he retains his connection to the real world (reminiscent of Buddhist mindfulness meditation & other techniques): p. 479 "Sometimes a tree tells you more than can be read in books." Clever & profound IMHO. Worth 4.5*'s