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Psychological types

著者: C G Jung
出版商: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1971.
丛书: Bollingen series, 20.
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所有的著者/提供者: C G Jung
ISBN: 0691097704 9780691097701
OCLC号码: 214504
描述: xv, 617 pages ; 24 cm.
内容: The problem of types in the history of classical and medieval thought --
Schiller's ideas on the type problem --
The Apollinian and the Dionysian --
The type problem in human character --
The type problem in poetry --
the type problem in psychopathology --
The type problem in aesthetics --
The type problem in modern philosophy --
The type problem in biography --
General description of the types --
Definitions --
Appendix. Four papers on psychological typology. A contribution to the study of psychological types (1913) ; Psychological types (1923) ; A psychological theory of types (1931) ; Psychological typology (1936).
丛书名: Bollingen series, 20.
其他题名: Psychologische Typen.
责任: C.G. Jung ; a revision by R.F.C. Hull of the translation by H.G. Baynes.
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