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Immersed in Jungian thinking throughout his life, Fordham has always been a controversial as well as a key figure. He writes candidly about his battles: after the Second World War, against the tendency to religiosity and cult formation within the Jungian fold and outside it. There are portraits of Jung himself and a frank assessment of Jung's response to Nazism, of the Jungian communities in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and of the evolution of British psychotherapy and child guidance.
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Book Description Free Association Books, 1993. Condition: as new. Appears unread. May have a retail sticker on back cover or remainder mark on the text block Expect delivery in 20 days. Seller Inventory # 9781853433054-2