About this title: In this provocative assessment of Jung's thought, Noll boldly argues that such ideas as the "collective unconscious" and the theory of the archetypes come as much from late 19th-century occultism, neo-paganism, and social Darwinian teachings as they do from natural science. Written for the general reader, this book will also be an important source for historians of science and psychiatry. Illustrations.
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