Item #000012492 Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. C. G. Jung.
Two Essays on Analytical Psychology

Two Essays on Analytical Psychology

New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1928. First edition. Hardcover. 8vo. [4], v-xvi, [2], 1-280 pp. Green cloth with a paper label printed in black and green on the front board and spine. Authorized translation by H.G. and C.F. Baynes. Part I.: The Unconscious in the Normal and Pathological Mind, Part II.: The Relation of the Ego to the Unconscious. Ress 1928b. Difficult to find in the dust jacket and in collectible condition. Carl Jung, along with Sigmund Freud, is considered to be one of the founders of the science of psychology and psychoanalysis. Jung's contributions to the field include the concepts of introverts and extroverts, the idea of personality archetypes, and the "collective unconscious". Although today much of Jung's work is considered unscientific, he is a pioneer in the field and helped it to gain traction and popularity, to the point where it is now a mainstream scientific discipline. The first of these two essays contain Jung's ideas on the origins of psycholanalysis, sexual theory, human desire for power, and his ideas on individual unconscious and the collective unconscious. The second essay contains more ideas on the individual mind and how the unconscious mind influences real-world action and feeling. Very Good / Good+. Item #000012492

Minor toning to the front preliminaries and a touch of wear to the corners; jacket has a dampstain on its rear panel and moderate edge wear.

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