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Lectures on Jung's Aion
Barbara Hannah and Marie-Louise von Franz | Interviewed by Claude Drey
Chiron Publications / Softcover / 2004-11-01 / 1888602287
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology
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Volume 1 in a new series, Polarities in the Psyche, edited by Emmanuel Kennedy-Xypolitas

Aion, a major work from Jung's later years, has long been a source of fascination for a wide variety of scholars and thinkers. Presented here are two substantial commentaries concerning this rich and complex text by two important figures in Jung's life and work: Barbara Hannah and Marie-Louise von Franz.

Barbara Hannah delivered these lectures at the C. G. Jung Institute in Z├╝rich in 1957. Over the course of the lectures, she addresses each chapter of Aion, providing detail and in-depth analysis for selected passages and offering the reader suggestions for further sources and study. Well-paced and thoughtfully planned, she scans the work from beginning to end, bringing many subtle nuances to light.

In a private interview with Claude Drey conducted in her home in the spring of 1965, Marie-Louise von Franz takes a close look at chapter fourteen of Aion, "The Structure and Dynamics of the Self." Published here for the first time, she offers a lively and free-flowing discussion of key sentences in the work.

This is the first volume in a new series edited by Emmanuel Kennedy-Xypolitas, Polarities in the Psyche, focusing on the broad theme of the opposites in the psyche. The next volume planned is The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals (forthcoming from Chiron Publications).

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