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Andrew Samuels is a Training Analyst of the Society of Analytical Psychology, London. He is in private practice and lectures extensively in Britain, Europe, and the United States. He is the author of A Critical Dictionary of Jungian Analysis and Jung and the Post-Jungians.Review:
Very relevant to important depth psychological controversies and even to important general political arguments of the present day...Original and stimulating...I enjoyed the freshness, the genuine helpfulness and the intellectual vigour.
–British Journal of Psychiatry
Revolutionary in nature without being abstruse...the author's fluency is sufficient to appeal to a wider audience...Samuels is making an original contribution.
Andrew Samuels has emerged from the Jungian fold as a thoughtful and eloquent apologist for psychoanalysis. He is a master . . ..
–Times Literary Supplement
Absolutely irresistible! Challenges us to risk losing the comfortableness of the bourgeois, the status quo, the safeties of the orthodoxies and absolutes. . . . A real tour de force.
–Journal of the Institute of Psychotherapy and Counselling
Does justice to the complexity of the analytic experience . . . [shows] considerable originality and imaginative boldness . . . there is certainly a point in pursuing the text of The Plural Psyche.
–British Journal of Psychotherapy, March 1991
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