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|All Authors / Contributors:||
C G Jung
|Notes:||"Second printing, with corrections and minor revisions, 1972. Third printing, 1976."
Translations of articles originally published in various sources.
|Description:||viii, 303 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I: The psychology of dementia praecox --
Critical survey of theoretical views on the psychology of dementia praecox --
The feeling-toned complex and its general effects on the psyche --
The influence of the feeling-toned complex valency of associations --
Dementia praecox and hysteria --
Analysis of a case of paranoid dementia as a paradigm --
pt. II: The content of the psychoses --
On psychological understanding --
pt. III: A criticism of Bleuler's theory of schizophrenic negativism --
On the importance of the unconscious in psychopathology --
On the problem of psychogenesis in mental disease --
Mental disease and the psyche --
pt. IV: On the psychogenesis of schizophrenia --
Recent thoughts on schizophrenia --
|Series Title:||Bollingen series, 20.|
|Responsibility:||C.G. Jung ; translated by R.F.C. Hull.|
"The whole of the book reflects the development of Jung's thinking through the years on the nature of mental illness. It seems that room should now be made on the psychiatrist's shelf right next to