A collection by Jung and several of his followers on the importance of symbols as expressions of the human consciousness. They are intended as an introduction to Jung's theories concerning the relation of symbols to the individual, cultural and collective consciousness.A collection by Jung and several of his followers on the importance of symbols as expressions of the human consciousness. They are intended as an introduction to Jung's theories concerning the relation of symbols to the individual, cultural and collective consciousness.Read Less
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This is a very important book for any person wishing to gain a deeper understanding of how and why in the realm of our society structure and our place in it or our unwellness in it. If ever you feel a need to gain a deeper, more satisfactory understanding of yourself and society, this, I believe is the book to read.
Jan 29, 2009
a great book.
a great read.i haven't finished it yet.but what i havev read is interesting.it helps u understand yourself and others a bbit more.
Apr 9, 2007
Man and his symbols, is probably one of the most important books, and saddly the last one written by Carl G. Jung. It provides helpful insights about symbology and how to understand dreams, giving them a very subjective perspective. The book has only one chapter written by Jung, the others were written by a group of collegues that are part of the intellectual ambassadors of his circle of proteges.
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