- Psychological Types
- Deal with the relationship of an individual to the world
- Various aspects of consciousness
- Various attitudes of the conscious mind
- Clinical angle
- Rich in literature
- Rich in asthetics
- Analytical psychology
Psychological Types by C. G. Jung
Psychological Types by C. G. Jung (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 6) (Bollingen Series XX)
One of C. G. Jung’s most important works, Psychological Types analyzes humanity’s deepest individual differences, looking at how these traits play out in our relationships with ourselves, with others, and with society as a whole.
The book has been translated into more than a dozen languages since its first publication in 1921.
In fact, Psychological Types is so widely respected that even today new translations are being created – in Latin American Spanish (2010), Chinese (2011), Japanese (2012), Arabic (2013) and Hebrew (2014).
By understanding our psychological differences – thinking types vs. feeling types; extraverts vs. introverts; rationals vs. irrationals – we can start to understand one another better, improve our relationships and achieve greater levels of happiness in life.
As such, it remains incredibly relevant today. This landmark volume contains five essays exploring Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types: *General Description of the Types *The Type Problem in Modern Philosophy *Psychological Typology *Fundamental Questions of Psychotherapy *The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious Inside you’ll find all four volumes of his complete collected works including: Volume 1: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology The Theory of Psychoanalysis Volumes 2-4: Works on Analytical Psychology Volume 5: Symbols of Transformation Works on Synchronicity And much more!