- Contents drawn from his lectures, and writings
- Composed of conversations with his colleague
- Self handwritten topics
- Includes Jung’s VII Sermones ad Mortuos
Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C. G. Jung
The essential biography of one of modern psychology’s founding fathers and one of its most influential thinkers. C. G. Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist, neurologist, psychotherapist, and founder of analytical psychology.
During his life he had over 140 hospital patients and traveled throughout North America and Europe giving lectures at universities, which he then published as books including Man And His Symbols (1964).
A prolific writer with major contributions to dream analysis and mythology among other fields, he is perhaps best known for his theories on personality types as described in Psychological Types (1921).
This work introduced concepts such as introversion and extraversion, archetypes, and individuation—the process of psychological change that leads to a more complete understanding of oneself.
Although Clinical Practice Of Psychotherapy (1935) and Modern Man In Search Of A Soul (1933) were written earlier, it was Memories, Dreams, Reflections that became his final book before his death in 1961.
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