ユングの基本<br>C. G. Jung : The Basics (Basics)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 192 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781138195448
  • DDC分類 150.195

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C. G. Jungand ideas of C. G. Jung for readers of all backgrounds, from those new to Jung's work to those looking for a convenient reference.Ruth Williams eloquently and succinctly introduces the key concepts of Jungian theory and paints his biographical picture with clarity. The book begins with an overview of Jung's family life, childhood, and relationship with (and subsequent split from) Sigmund Freud. Williams then progresses thematically through the key concepts in his work, clearly explaining ideas including the unconscious, the structure of the psyche, archetypes, individuation, psychological types and alchemy. C. G. Jung: The Basics also presents Jung's theories on dreams and the self, and explains how his ideas developed and how they can be applied to everyday life. The book also discusses some of the negative claims made about Jung, especially his ideas on politics, race, and gender, and includes detailed explanations and examples throughout, including a chronology of Jung's life and suggested further reading.C. G. Jung: The Basics will be key reading for students at all levels coming to Jung's ideas for the first time and general readers with an interest in his work. For those already familiar with Jungian concepts, it will provide a helpful guide to applying these ideas to the real world.

Table of Contents

A note on references                               xiv
Acknowledgements xv
Permissions xvii
Illustrations xviii
Foreword xix
Professor Andrew Samuels
Table setting out the timeline of xxii
Jung's life including biographical and
historical key points
Preface xxv
Introduction xxvi
Biographical detail xxviii
Professional life xxix
Symbolic life xxxii
New Age xxxii
Legacy xxxiv
References xxxvi
1 The unconscious 1 (20)
Attitude 1 (1)
History 2 (1)
What is the unconscious? 3 (1)
Psychoid unconscious 4 (1)
Synchronicity 5 (3)
Function of the unconscious 8 (1)
Jung's writings 9 (1)
Jung's model of the unconscious 9 (2)
Personal unconscious 11 (1)
Collective unconscious 12 (1)
... and the body 13 (2)
In film and art 15 (1)
Animals 16 (3)
References 19 (2)
2 The structure of the psyche 21 (17)
Jung's model of the psyche 21 (5)
Ego/Self axis 26 (1)
Soul and spirit 27 (1)
Freud's models of the psyche 28 (2)
Topographical 29 (1)
Structural 29 (1)
Daniel Stern (1934--2012) 30 (1)
Post-Jungian models of the self 30 (5)
No-Self 35 (1)
References 35 (3)
3 Archetypes 38 (23)
Definition 38 (2)
Theoretical roots and philosophical 40 (1)
influences
Collective unconscious 41 (2)
Images 43 (8)
Archetypal events 51 (1)
Identifying with archetypes 52 (1)
Meaning 53 (1)
Complexes 54 (1)
Post-Jungian thinking 55 (2)
Archetypal astrology 57 (1)
References 58 (3)
4 Individuation 61 (24)
Outline 61 (3)
Gate diagram 64 (2)
Stages of life 66 (1)
Developmental model 67 (4)
Michael Fordham (1905--95) 68 (1)
Melanie Klein (1882--1960) 68 (1)
Donald Winnicott (1896--1971) 69 (1)
John Bowlby (1907--90) 70 (1)
Classical and Archetypal approaches 71 (2)
Active Imagination and The Red Book 73 (3)
Mandalas 76 (3)
Arts therapies 79 (1)
Case example 80 (2)
References 82 (2)
Bibliography 84 (1)
Useful websites 84 (1)
5 Psychological types 85 (20)
Outline 85 (2)
Ancient forebears 87 (2)
General description of the types 89 (4)
Extraversion 89 (2)
Introversion 91 (2)
The principal and auxiliary functions 93 (3)
Superior function 95 (1)
Inferior function 95 (1)
Unconscious attitude 96 (1)
Personal typology 96 (2)
Distorted type 98 (1)
Couples 98 (1)
Fairytales 99 (1)
John Beebe's eight-function model 100 (2)
Drawing together 102 (1)
References 103 (1)
Bibliography 104 (1)
Useful websites 104 (1)
6 Dreams 105 (21)
Incubation 108 (1)
Freud 108 (1)
Jung 109 (3)
Famous dreams 112 (2)
Types of dreams 114 (4)
Dream series 118 (1)
Exploring dreams 119 (1)
Animals in dreams 120 (1)
Example 121 (3)
References 124 (2)
7 Alchemy and psychotherapy 126 (28)
Why alchemy? 126 (1)
What is alchemy? 127 (1)
Alchemical stages 128 (2)
First phase 129 (1)
Second phase 129 (1)
Third phase 130 (1)
Fourth phase 130 (1)
In psychological terms 130 (2)
Case examples 132 (1)
Historical roots 133 (2)
Jung and the Rosarium 135 (16)
Mercurial fountain 135 (3)
King and queen 138 (2)
The naked truth 140 (1)
Immersion in the bath 140 (3)
The conjunction 143 (1)
Death 143 (3)
The ascent of the soul 146 (1)
Purification 146 (1)
The return of the soul 146 (5)
The new birth 151 (1)
What does alchemy add to our 151 (1)
understanding?
References 152 (2)
8 Jung: Politics, problems and in the world 154 (19)
(1) Jung and Race/ism 154 (2)
Anti-Semitism 156 (7)
(a) The Neopagan/volkisch roots of 157 (1)
analytical psychology
(b) Jung's radio broadcast 157 (1)
(c) Assuming presidency of General 157 (1)
Society and editorship of the
Zentralblatt
(d) Engel's Testimony 158 (1)
(e) Jung's apology to Leo Baeck 159 (1)
(1873--1956)
(f) Psychology of Race 159 (1)
(g) Jung as war criminal 159 (1)
Agent 488 160 (1)
Jung and Hitler 160 (1)
(h) Personal relationship to Judaism 160 (1)
and Freud
(i) The `quota' system at the 161 (1)
Analytical Psychology Club, Zurich
(`APC')
(j) Jung's rationale 162 (1)
(k) Apologies 162 (1)
(2) Anima/Animus and feminist revision 163 (6)
Jung's relationship with his own anima 165 (1)
Conflation of anima and women's 166 (1)
psychology
Revisionist theory 166 (2)
Gender 168 (1)
Dead Fiddler 169 (1)
(3) Ecopsychology 169 (3)
Man's connection to animals 170 (2)
(4) Politics and activism 172 (1)
References 173 (2)
Bibliography 175 (1)
Resources 176 (2)
Further reading 178 (4)
Useful websites 182 (2)
Index 184