Psychology and Religion by Carl Gustav Jung

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  • Essays
  • Unconscious mind
  • Religion function
  • Ancient and medieval gnostic
  • Alchemistic
  • Occultistic literature
  • Possible continuity of religious forms
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Psychology and Religion by Carl Gustav Jung

Psychology and Religion (The Terry Lectures Series) by Carl Gustav Jung

A psychology professor and researcher, Carl Gustav Jung was most well known for his theories on archetypes, which he described as universal mental patterns.

Read more about how his concepts apply to psychology and religion in these lectures by Dr. Erich Adickes, translated from German to English.

The lectures are divided into two parts: Psychology of Religion and Religion and Psychology.

Within each part there are four lectures with a total of eight chapters that focus on topics including: God as archetype, mythological symbols in dreams, religious dogmas, dream symbols, insight through art as well as dream analysis from psychological perspective.

Learn about Carl Jung on Britannica.


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Yale University Press

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Reprint

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Published = English, Original Language = English, Unknown = English

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0.34 Inches

Length

8.2 Inches

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0.43651527876 Pounds

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5.3 Inches

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