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Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 6

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Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 6
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Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 6
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One of the most important of Jung's longer works, and probably the most famous of his books, Psychological Types appeared in German in 1921 after a ""fallow period"" of eight years during which Jung had published little. He called it ""the fruit of nearly twenty years' work in the domain of practical psychology, "" and in his autobiography he wrote: ""This work sprang originally from my need to define the ways in which my outlook differed from Freud's and Adler's. In attempting to answer this question, I came across the problem of types; for it is one's psychological type which from t
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Collected Works of C.G. Jung
Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 6
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Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 6
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B. The Attitude of the Unconscious
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  • Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Editorial Note; Contents; Foreword to the First Swiss Edition; Forewords to the Seventh and Eighth Swiss Editions; Foreword to the Argentine Edition; Introduction; I. The Problem of Types in the History of Classical and Medieval Thought; 1. Psychology in the Classical Age: The Gnostics, Tertullian, Origen; 2. The Theological Disputes of the Ancient Church; 3. The Problem of Transubstantiation; 4. Nominalism and Realism; a. The Problem of Universals in Antiquity; b. The Problem of Universals in Scholasticism; c. Abelard's Attempt at Conciliation
  • 5. The Holy Communion Controversy Between Luther and ZwingliII. Schiller's Ideas on the Type Problem; 1 . Letters on The Aesthetic Education of Man; a. The Superior and the Inferior Functions; b. Concerning the Basic Instincts; 2. A Discussion on Naïve and Sentimental Poetry; a. The Naïve Attitude; b. The Sentimental Attitude; c. The Idealist and the Realist; III. The Apollinian and the Dionysian; IV. The Type Problem in Human Character; 1. General Remarks on Jordan's Types; 2. Special Description and Criticism of Jordan's Types; a. The Introverted Woman; b. The Extraverted Woman
  • C. The Extraverted Mand. The Introverted Man; V. The Type Problem in Poetry; 1. Introductory Remarks on Spitteler's Typology; 2. A Comparison of Spitteler's with Goethe's Prometheus; 3. The Significance of the Uniting Symbol; a. The Brahmanic Conception of the Problem of Opposites; b. The Brahmanic Conception of the Uniting Symbol; c. The Uniting Symbol as the Principle of Dynamic Regulation; d. The Uniting Symbol in Chinese Philosophy; 4. The Relativity of the Symbol; a. The Worship of Woman and the Worship of the Soul; b. The Relativity of the God-concept in Meister Eckhart
  • 5. The Nature of the Uniting Symbol in SpittelerVI. The Type Problem in Psychopathology; VII. The Type Problem in Aesthetics; VIII. The Type Problem in Modern Philosophy; 1. William James' Types; 2. The Characteristic Pairs of Opposites in James' Types; a. Rationalism versus Empiricism; b. Intelledualism versus Sensationalism; c. Idealism versus Materialism; d. Optimism versus Pessimism; e. Religiousness versus Irreligiousness; f. Indeterminism versus Determinism; g. Monism versus Pluralism; h. Dogmatism versus Scepticism; 3. General Criticism of James' Typology
  • IX. The Type Problem in BiographyX. General Description of the Types; 1. Introduction; 2. The Extraverted Type; a. The General Attitude of Consciousness; b. The Attitude of the Unconscious; c. The Peculiarities of the Basic Psychological Functions in the Extraverted Attitude; Thinking; The Extraverted Thinking Type; Feeling; The Extraverted Feeling Type; Summary of the Extraverted Rational Types; Sensation; The Extraverted Sensation Type; Intuition; The Extraverted Intuitive Type; Summary of the Extraverted Irrational Types; 3. The Introverted Type; a. The General Attitude of Consciousness
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