Book by Meier, Carl Alfred
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In his long-awaited magnum opus on Jungian thought and practice, Meier provides a stunning discussion of Jung's beliefs and findings regarding the collective unconscious, the archetypes, and the process of individuation. A student of Jung, and later his assistant, this leading authority in analytical psychology recounts how he struggled against the scientific prejudices of our time to rediscover, as did Jung, the essential role that religion plays in individuation. Meier writes well, revealing a broad grasp of the history of healing, and his work should find an appreciative audience among scholars generally and specialists in the field. Paul D. Huss, Psychology & Clinical Studies Dept., Andover Newton Theological Sch., Newton Centre, Mass.
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Book Description Lapis Pr, 1986. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0932499007