Tabooed Jung: Marginalization and Influence


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Avoided with a formulaic dread of his `mysticism' and unread lest the contagion of his thoughts influence and infect the orthodox, Carl Jung has, since his break with Sigmund Freud, been excluded from both psychoanalytic discourse and those schools of literary criticism influence by psychoanalysis. But this very exclusion has shaped the discourse in these schools. Indeed, many of Jung's analytic writings and many of the writings of the Developmental Jungians are parallel to work by contemporary ego psychologists and ...

Tabooed Jung: Marginalization and Influence 1996, New York University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780814730874