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Archetype : a natural history of the self

Author: Anthony Stevens
Publisher: London : Routledge & K. Paul, 1982.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A synthesis of Jungian psychology with the discoveries of ethology and socio-biology, this is intended to take the reader a step beyond Ardrey and Morris into a wider science.


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Named Person: C G Jung; Carl Gustav Jung; C G Jung; C G Jung; Carl G Jung; C G Jung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Stevens
ISBN: 0710009801 9780710009807 0415052203 9780415052207
OCLC Number: 10458367
Description: 324 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments. A note to the reader. Personal Introduction. Part one: Archetypes in History. Jung and The Ethologists. Archetypes and Meaning. The Archetypal Hypothesis. Archetypes and Behaviour. Archetypes and Experience. Part Two: Archetypes in Practice. The Family. The Mother. The Father. On the Frustration of Archetypal Intent. Personal Identity and the Stages of Life. The Archetypal Masculine and Feminine. Shadow: The Archetypal Enemy. Synthesis and Integration. On Being in Two Minds. A Question of Balance. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
Responsibility: Anthony Stevens.


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`I recommend Dr Stevens' book as one of the best introductions to (Jung's) thought and its practical applications.' - Dr Anthony Storr, Times Literary Supplement`A remarkable book.' - Eliot Slater`A Read more...

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