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The I and the Not-I : A Study in the Development of Consciousness
Harding, Mary Esther
Princeton University Press / Softcover / 1965-01-01 / 0691017964
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology
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254 pages
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This book provides a very accessible general introduction to the Jungian concept of ego development and Jung's theory of personality structure--the collective unconscious, anima, animus, shadow, archetypes.

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"The book is written from a rich store of knowledge and experience, and can claim a distinctive place among its several predecessors. The author's main objective in marshalling her material is a plea for the development of the consciousness, not only for the purpose of achieving a fuller life but also as an ethical task."--The Journal of Analytical Psychology

"A study [that] expound[s] Jung's ideas in the simplest possible way.... The book is written from a rich store of knowledge and experience, and can claim a distinctive place among its several predecessors. The author's main objective in marshalling her material is a plea for the development of consciousness, not only for achieving a fuller life but also as an ethical task.... [This] is a stimulating book."--The Journal of Analytical Psychology

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