Philosophical Issues in the Psychology of C. G. Jung

Philosophical Issues in the Psychology of C. G. Jung

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Compares ancient and modern, Western and Eastern, philosophical systems within a framework based on four factors: the author's perspective, the ontological focus, the discursive method, and the grounding principle. Includes career histories of the major philosophers. Using the conceptual framework of traditional Western philosophy, Jungian analyst and teacher Nagy (Pacific Graduate School of Psychology) studies the internal structure of Jung's theory, analyzing his epistemology, ontology (archetypes), and teleological views (individuation and theory of self) in the context of late 19th and early 20th century philosophical and scientific problems. Paper edition (unseen), $16.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR65 f. 12. Freud, aquot;Autobiography, aquot; S.E. 20:59. 13. See p. 13 above. 14. Gustav Fechner, Elements of Psychophysics (1860), vol. 1, trans. Helmut E. Adler, ed. Davis H. Howes and Edwin G. Boring (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966). ... It is not possible But just read his work on the Becquerel chain in volume 28 of Pogg. ... was the bodily needs as represented in the drives and that the regulation of the flow of drive energy 190 Philosophical Issues in the Psychology of C. G. Jung.

Title:Philosophical Issues in the Psychology of C. G. Jung
Author: Marilyn Nagy
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1991-01-01

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