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The collected works of C.G. Jung

Author: C G Jung
Publisher: [Princeton, New Jersey] : Princeton University Press, 1970-1979.
Series: Bollingen series, 20.
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OCLC Number: 1100206442
Notes: Various volumes first or second edition.
Various volumes also published by Pantheon Books.
Each volume has various translators.
Volume 8. The structured dynamics of the psyche
Volume 20. General index.
Description: 19 volumes : illustrations (some colour)
Contents: Volume 1. Psychiatric studies --
I. On the psychology and pathology of so-called occult phenomena / translated from Zur Psychologie und Pathologie sogenannter occulter Phanomene (Leipzig, 1902) --
1. Introduction --
2. A case of somnambulism in a girl with poor inheritance (spiritual medium) --
Anamnesis --
Somnambulistic states --
Records of séances --
Development of the somnambulistic personalities --
The romances --
Mystic science --
Termination of the disorder --
3. Discussion of the case --
The waking state --
Semi-somnambulism --
Automatisms --
The change in character --
Nature of the somnambulistic attacks --
Origin of the unconscious personalities --
Course of the disorder --
Heightened unconscious performance --
4. Conclusion --
On hysterical misreading / translated from "Uber hysterisches Verlesen," Archiv fur die gesamte Psychologie (Leipzig), III (1904) --
II. Cryptomnesia / translated from "Kryptomnesie," Die Zukunft (Berlin), 13th year (1905), L. --
III. On manic mood disorder / translated from "Uber manische Verstimmung," Allgemeine Zeitschrift fur Psychiatrie und psychiatrie und psychisch-gerichtliche Medizin (Berlin), LXI (1903) --
IV. A case of hysterical stupor bei einer untersuchungsgefangenen," Journal fur Psychologie und Neurologie (Leipzig), I (1902) --
V. On simulated insanity / translated from "Uber Simulation von Geistesstorung," Journal fur Psychologie und Neurologie (Leipzig), II (1903) --
A medical opinion on a case of simulated insanity / translated from "Arztliches Gutachten uber einen Fall von simulierter geistiger Storung," Schweizerische Zeitung fur Strafrecht (Zurich), XVII (1904) --
VI. A third and final opinion on two contradictory psychiatric diagnoses / translated from "Obergutachten uber zwei sich widersprechende psychiatrische Gutachten," Monatsschrift fur Kriminalpsychologie und Strafrechtsreform (Heidelberg), II (1906) --
On the psychological diagnosis of facts / translated from "Zur psychologischen Tatbestandsdiagnostik," Zentrablatt fur Nervenheilkunde und Psychiatrie (Leipzig), XXVIII (1905) Volume 2. Experimental researches --
part 1. Studies in word association --
The associations of normal subjects / by C.G. Jung and Franz Riklin --
Translated from "Experimentelle Untersuchungen uber Assoziationen gesunder," Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), I [1904] --
An analysis of the association of an epileptic --
Translated from "Analyse der Assoziationen eines Epileptikers," Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), III [1905] --
The reaction-time ratio in the association experiment --
Translated from "Uber das Verhalten der Reaktionszeit beim Assoziationsexperimente," Diagnostische assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), IV [1905] --
Experimental observations on the faculty of memory --
Translated from "Experimentelle Beobachtungen uber das Erinnerungsvermogen," Zentralblatt fur Nervenhelkunde und Psychiatrie (Leipzig), XXVIII (1905) --
Psychoanalysis and association experiments --
Translated from "Psychoanalyse und Assoziationsexperiement," Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), VI [1906] --
The psychological diagnosis of evidence --
Translated from Die psychologische Diagnose des Tatbestandes (Zurich: Rascher, 1941), reprinted from the 1906 version Association, dream and hysterical symptom --
Translated from "Assoziation, Traum und hysterisches Symptom," Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. II (1909), VIII [1906] --
The psychopathological significance of the association experiment / translated from "Die psychopathologische Bedeutung der Assoziationsexperimentes," Archive fur Kriminalanthropologie und Kriminalistik (Leipzig), XXII (1906) --
Disturbances of reproduction in the association experiment --
Translated from Uber die Reproduktionsstorungen beim Assoziationsexperiment," Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. II (1909, IX [1907] --
The association method --
Translated from the German manuscript (1909) --
The family constellation --
Translated from the German manuscript --
part II. Psychophysical researches --
On the psychophysical relations of the association experiment --
Originally published in English in Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Boston), I (1907) --
Psychophysical investigations with the Galvanometer and Pneumograph in normal and insane individuals / by Frederick Peterson and C.G. Jung --
Originally published in English in Brain (London), XXX (1907) --
Further investigations on the galvanic phenomenon and respiration in normal and insane individuals / by Charles Risksher and C.G. Jung --
Originally published in English in Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Boston), II (1907-8) --
Appendix 1. Statistical details of enlistment --
Translated from "Statistisches von der Rekrutenaushebung," Correspondenz-Blatt fur Schweizer Aerzte (Basel), XXXVI (1906) --
2. New aspects of criminal psychology --
Translated from "Le nuove vedute della psicologia criminale," Rivista di psologia applicata (Bologna), IV (1908) --
3. The psychological methods of investigation used in the psychiatric clinic of the University of Zurich --
Translated from "Die an der psychiatrischen Klinik in Zurich gebrauchlichen psychologischen Untersuchungsmethoden," Zeitschrift fur angewandte Psychologie (Leipzig), III (1910) --
4. On the doctrine of complexes --
Originally published in English in Australasian Medical Congress, Transactions of the ninth session [1911] (Sydney, 1913) --
5. On the psychological diagnosis of evidence : the evidence-experiment in the Naf Trail --
Translated from "Zur psychologischen Tatbestandsdiagnostik : Das Tatbestandsexperiment im Schwurgerichtsprozess naf," Archiv fur kriminologie (Leipzig), c (1937) Volume 3. The psychogenesis of mental disease --
The psychology of dementia praecox / translated from Uber die Psychologie der Dementia praecox : Ein Versuch (Halle a. S., 1907) --
Foreword --
1. Critical survey of theoretical views on the psychology of dementia praecox --
2. The feeling-toned complex and its general effects on the psyche Acute effects of the complex Chronic effects of the complex --
3. The influence of the feeling-toned complex on the valency of associations --
4. Dementia praecox and hysteria --
I. Disturbances of the emotions --
II. Abnormalities of character --
III. Intellectual disturbances --
IV. Stereotypy --
Summary --
5. Analysis of a case of paranoid dementia as a paradigm --
Clinical history --
Simple word associations --
Continuous associations --
a. Wish-fulfilment --
b. The complex of being wronged --
c. The sexual complex --
d. summary --
e. supplement --
Epilogue --
II. The content of the psychoses / translated from Der Inhalt der Psychose (2nd edn., Leipzig and Vienna, 1914) --
On psychological understanding / translated from the supplement to the foregoing --
III. A criticism of Bleuler's theory of schizophrenic negativism / translated from a critique in the Jahrbuch fur psychoanalystische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Vienna and Leipzig), III (1911) --
On the importance of the unconscious in psychopathology / written in English and published in the British Medical Journal (London), II (1914) --
On the problem of psychogenesis in mental disease / written in English and published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine (London), XII (1919) --
Mental disease and the psyche / translated from "Heilbare Geisteskranke?", Berliner Tageblatt, 1928 --
IV. On the psychogenesis of schizophrenia / written in English and published in the Journal of Mental Science (London), LXXXV (1939) --
Recent thoughts on schizophrenia / written in English and broadcast by the "Voice of America," December 1956 Schizophrenia / translated from "Die Schizophreniz," Schweizer Archiv fur Neurologie and Psychiatrie (Zurich), LXXXI (1958) --
Appendix: Letter to the Second International Congress of Psychiatry (Symposium on Chemical Concepts of Psychosis), 1957 Volume 4. Freud and psychoanalysis --
Freud's theory of hysteria : a reply to Aschaffenburg / translated from "Die Hysterielehre Freuds : Eine Erwiderung auf die Aschaffenburgsche Kritik," Munchener medizinische Wochenschrift (Munich), LIII (1906) --
The Freudian theory of hysteria / translated from "Die Freud'sche Hysterietheorie," Monatsschrift fur Psychiatrie und Neurologie (Berlin), XXIII (1908) --
The analysis of dreams / translated from "L'Analyse des reves," Annee psychologique (Paris), XV (1909) --
A contribution to the psychology of rumour / translated from "Ein Beitrag zur Psychologie des Geruchtes Zentralblatt fur Psychoanalyse (Wiesbaden), I (190/11) --
On the significance of number dreams / translated from "Ein Beitrag zur Kenntinis des Zahlentraumes," Zentralblatt fur Psychoanalyse (Wiesbaden), I (1910/11) Morton Prince, "The mechanism and interpretation of dreams" : a critical review / translated from a review in the Jahrbuch fur psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Leipzig), III (1911) --
On the criticism of psychoanalysis / translated from "Zur kritik uber psychoanalyse," Jahrbuch fur psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Leipzig), II (1910) --
Concerning psychoanalysis / translated form Zur Psychoanalyse," Wissen und Leben (Zurich), V (1912) --
II. The theory of psychoanalysis / translated from Versuch einer Darstellung der psychoanalytischen Theorie, 2nd edn. (Zurich: Rasher, 1955) --
1. A review of the early hypothesis --
2. The theory of infantile sexuality --
3. The concept of libido --
4. Neurosis and aetiological factors in childhood --
5. The fantasies of the unconscious --
6. The Oedipus complex --
7. The aetiology of neurosis --
8. Therapeutic principles of psychoanalysis --
9. A case of neurosis in a child --
III. General aspects of psychoanalysis / translated from "Allgemein Aspekte der Psychoanalyse," the original ms., which was published (in an anonymous translation) in Transactions of the Psycho-Medical Society (Cockermouth, England), 1913 Psychoanalysis and neurosis / originally published in English as "On psychoanalysis" in Collected papers on analytical psychology (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916) --
Some crucial points in psychoanalysis : a correspondence between Dr. Jung and Dr. Loy / translated from Psychotherapeutische Zeitfragen : Ein Brief-wechsel mit Dr. C.G. Jung, edited by Dr. R. Loy (Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke, 1914) --
Prefaces to Collected papers on analytical psychology / originally published in the book, edited by Constance E. Long (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916) --
Some crucial points in psychoanalysis : a correspondence between Dr. Jung and Dr. Loy / translated from Psychotherapeutische Zeitgragen : Ein Briefwechsel mit Dr. C.G. Jung, edited by Dr. R. Loy (Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke, 1914) --
Prefaces to collected papers on analytical psychology / originally published in the book, edited by Constance E. Long (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916; 2nd edn., 1917) --
IV. The significance of the father in the destiny of the individual / translated from Die Bedeutung des Vaters fur das Schicksal des Einzelnen (3rd revised edn., Zurich: Rascher, 1949), including material from the 1st edn. (1909) --
Introduction to Kranefeldt's Secret ways of the mind / translated from the introduction to W.M. Kranefeldt, Die Psychoanalyse (Berlin and Leipzig: W. de Gruyter, 1930) --
Freud and Jung : contrasts / translated from "Der gegensatz Freud und Jung," Seelenprobleme der gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) II Volume 5. Symbols of transformation and analysis of the prelude to a case of schizophrenia --
part 1. --
Introduction --
II. Two kinds of thinking --
III. The Miller fantasies : anamnesis --
IV. The hymn of creation --
V. The song of the moth --
part 2. --
I. Introduction --
II. The concept of libido --
III. The transformation of libido --
IV. The origin of the hero --
V. Symbols of the mother and of rebirth --
VI. The battle for deliverance from the mother --
VII. The dual mother --
VIII. The sacrifice --
IX. Epilogue --
Appendix: The Miller fantasies Volume 6. Psychological types --
Introduction I. The problem of types in the history of classical and medieval thought --
1. Psychology in the Classical Age : the Gnostics, Tertullian, origin --
2. The theological disputes of the ancient church --
3. The problem of transubstantiation --
4. Nominalism and realism --
a. The problem of universals in antiquity --
c. Abelard's attempt at conciliation --
5. The holy communion controversy between Luther and Zwingli --
II. Schiller's ideas on the type problem --
1. Letters on the aesthetic education of man --
a. The superior and the inferior functions --
b. Concerning the basic instincts --
2. A discussion on naïve and sentimental poetry --
a. The naïve attitude --
b. The sentimental attitude --
c. The idealist and the realist --
III. The apollinian and the Dionysian --
IV. The type problem in human character --
1. General remarks on Jordan's types --
2. Special description and criticism of Jordan's types --
a. The introverted woman --
b. The extraverted woman --
c. The extraverted man --
d. The introverted man --
V. The type problem in poetry Carl Spitteler : Prometheus and Epimetheus --
1. Introductory remarks on Spitteler's typology --
2. A comparison of Spitteler's with Goethe's Prometheus --
3. The significance of the uniting symbol --
a. The Brahmanic conception of the problem of opposites --
b. The Brahmanic conception of the uniting symbol --
c. The uniting symbol as the principle of dynamic regulation --
d. The uniting symbol in Chinese philosophy --
4. The relativity of the symbol --
a. The worship of woman and the worship of the soul --
b. The relativity of the God-concept in Meister Eckhart --
5. The nature of the uniting symbol in Spitteler --
VI. The type problem in psychopathology --
VII. The type problem in aesthetics --
VIII. The type problem in modern philosophy --
1. William James' types --
2. The characteristic pairs of opposites in James' types --
a. Rationalism versus empiricism --
b. Intellectualism versus sensationalism --
c. Idealism versus materialism --
d. Optimism versus pessimism --
e. Religiousness versus irreligiousness --
f. Indeterminism versus determinism --
g. Monism versus pluralism --
h. Dogmatism versus skepticism --
3. General criticism of James' typology --
IX. The type problem in biography --
X. General description of the types --
1. Introduction --
2. The extraverted type --
a. The general attitude of consciousness --
b. The attitude of the unconscious --
c. The peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the extraverted attitude --
Thinking --
The extraverted thinking type --
Feeling --
The extraverted feeling type --
Summary of the extraverted rational types --
Sensation --
The extraverted sensation type --
Intuition --
The extraverted intuitive type --
Summary of the extraverted irrational types --
3.a. The general attitude of the consciousness --
b. The attitude of the unconscious --
c. The peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the introverted attitude --
Thinking --
The introverted thinking type --
Feeling --
The introverted feeling type --
Summary of the introverted rational types --
Sensation --
The introverted sensation type --
Intuition --
The introverted intuitive type --
Summary of the introverted irrational types --
d. The principal and auxiliary functions --
XI. Definitions --
Epilogue --
Appendix: Four papers on psychological typology --
A contribution to the study of psychological types (1913) --
2. Psychological types (1923) --
3. A psychological theory of types (1931) --
4. Psychological typology (1936) --
Table: Correlation of paragraph numbers Volume 7. Two essays on analytical psychology --
I. Psychoanalysis --
II. The eros theory --
III. The other point of view : the will to power --
IV. The problem of the attitude-type --
V. The personal and the collective (or transpersonal) unconscious --
VI. The synthetic or constructive method --
VII. The archetypes of the collective unconscious --
VIII. General remarks on the therapeutic approach to the unconscious --
Conclusion --
II. The relations between the ego and the unconscious --
part 1. The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness --
I. The personal and the collective unconscious --
II. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious --
III. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche --
IV. Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche --
a. Regressive restoration of the persona --
b. Identification with the collective psyche --
part 2. The relations between the ego and the unconscious --
part 1. The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness --
I. The personal and the collective unconscious --
II. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious --
III. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche --
IV. Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche --
a. Regressive restoration of the persona --
b. Identification with the collective psyche --
part 2. --
Individuation --
I. The function of the unconscious --
II. Anima and animus --
III. The technique of differentiation between the ego and the figure of the unconscious --
IV. The mana-personality --
Appendices --
I. New paths in psychology --
II. The structure of the unconscious --
1. The distinction between the personal and the impersonal unconscious --
2. Phenomena resylting from the assimilation of the unconscious --
3. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche --
4. Attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche --
a. The regressive restoration of the persona --
b. Identification with the collective psyche --
5. Fundamental principles in the treatment of collective identity --
6. Summary Volume 9, part 2. Aion : researches into the phenomenology of the self --
The ego --
II. The shadow --
III. The syzygy : anima and animus --
IV. The self --
V. Christ a symbol of the self --
VI. The sign of the fishes --
VII. The prophecies of Nostradamus --
VIII. The historical significance of the fish --
IX. The ambivalence of the fish symbol --
X. The fish in alchemy --
1. The Medusa --
2. The fish --
3. The fish symbol of the Cathars --
XI. The alchemical interpretation of the fish --
XII. Background to the psychology of Christian alchemical symbolism --
XIII. Gnostic symbols of the self --
XIV. The structure and dynamics of the self --
XV. Conclusion Volume 10. Civilization in transition --
The role of the unconscious / translated from "Uber das Unbewusste," Scheizerland (Zurich), IV (1918) Mind and Earth / translated from "Seele und Erde," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
Archaic man / translated from "Der archaische mensch," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
The spiritual problem of modern man / translated from "Das Seelenproblem des modernen Menschen," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
II. The love problem of a student / translated from an unpublished ms. (1922?) --
Woman in Europe / translated from "Die Frau in Europa, " Europaische Revue (Berlin), III (1927) --
The meaning of psychology for modern man / translated from "Die Bedeutung der Psychologie fur die Gegenwart," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
The state of psychotherapy today / translated from, "Zur gegenwartigen Lage der Psychotherapie," Zentralblatt fur Psychotherapie und ihre Grenzgebiete (Leipzig), VII (1934) --
III. Preface to Essays on contemporary events / translated from Vorwort to Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
Wotan / translated from "Wotan," Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), n.s., III (1936) --
After the catastrophe / translated from "Nach der Katastrophe," Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), n.s., XIII (1945) --
The fight with the shado / originally published in English in The listener (London), XXXVI (1946) --
Epilogue to Essays on contemporary events / translated from Nachwort to Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
IV. The undiscovered self (present and future) / translated from Gegenwart und Zukunft (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) --
1. The plight of the individual in modern society --
2. Religion as the counter balance to mass-mindedness --
3. The position of the West on the question of religion --
4. The individual's understanding of himself --
5. The philosophical and the psychological approach to life --
6. Self-knowledge --
7. The meaning of self-knowledge --
V. Flying saucers a modern myth of things seen in the skies / translated from Ein moderner Mythus : Von Dingen, die am Hummel gesehen werden (Zurich and Stuttgart: Rascher, 1958) --
1. Ufos as rumours --
2. Ufos in dreams --
3. Ufos in modern painting --
4. Previous history of the Ufo phenomenon --
5. Ufos considered in a non-psychological light --
VI. A psychological view of conscience / translated from "Das Gewissen in psychologischer Sicht," in Das Gewissen (Studien aus dem C.G. Jung-Institut, VII; Zurich: Rascher, 1958) Good and evil in analytical psychology / translated from "Gut und Bose in der Psychotherapie, ed. By Wilhelm Bitter (Stuttgart: "Arzt und Seelsorger," 1959) --
Introduction to Toni Wolff's studies in Jungian psychology / translated from the Vorrede to Wolff, Studien zu C.G. Jung's psychologie (Zurich: Rhein, 1959) --
VII. The Swiss line in the European spectrum / translated from "Die Bedeutung der schweizerischen Linie im Spectrum Europas," Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), XXIV (1928) --
The rise of a new world / translated from "Der Aufgang einer neuen Welt," Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Zurich), 1930 --
La Revolution mondiale / translated from "Ein neues Buch von Keyserling," Balser Nachrichten, XXVIII (1934) --
The complications of American psychology / originally published in English as "Your negroid and Indian behavior," Forum (New York), LXXXIII (1930) --
The dreamlike world of India / originally published in English in Asia (New York), XXXIX (1939) --
What India can teach us / originally published in English in Asia (New York), XXXIX (1939) Appendix Editorial / translated from the Zentrablatt, VI (1933) --
A rejoinder to Dr. Bally / translated from the Neue Zurcher zeitung, CLV (1934) --
Circular letter / translated from the Zentralblatt, VII (1934) --
Editorial / translated from the Zentral blatt, VIII (1935) --
Editorial note / translated from the Zentralblatt, VIII (1935) --
Presidential address to the 8th General Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Bad Nauheim, 1935 / translated from an unpublished ms. --
Contribution to a discussion on psychotherapy / translated from "Votum C.G. Jung," Schweizerische Aerztezeitung fur Standesfragen (Bern), XVI (1935) --
Presidential address to the 9th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Copenhagen, 1937 / translated from an unpublished ms. Presidential address to the 10th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Oxford, 1938 / written in English ; not previously published Volume 11. Psychology and religion : West and East --
part 1. Western religion Psychology and religion / originally published in English : the Terry Lectures of 1937 (New Haven, Conn. : Yale University Press, and London: Oxford University Press, 1938); here revised and augmented in accordance with the Swiss edition (Zurich: Rascher, 1940) --
1. The autonomy of the unconscious --
2. Dogma and natural symbols --
3. The history and psychology of a natural symbol --
II. A psychological approach to the dogma of the trinity / translated from "Versuch zu einer pscyhologischen deutung des Trinitatsdogmas : symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) --
I. Pre-Christian parallels --
I. Babylonia --
II. Egypt --
III. Greece --
2. Father, son, and spirit --
3. The symbola --
I. The symbolum apostolicum --
II. The symbolum of Gregory Thaumaturgus --
III. The Nicaenum --
IV. The Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum, the Athanasianum and the Lateranense --
4. The three persons in the light of psychology --
I. The hypothesis of the archetype --
II. Christ as archetype --
III. The Holy Ghost --
5. The problem of the fourth --
I. The concept of quaternity --
II. The psychology of the quaternity --
III. General remarks on symbolism --
6. Conclusion --
III. Transformation symbolism in the mass / translated from "Das wandlungssymbol in der messe," Von den Wurzeln des bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) --
1. Introduction --
2. The sequence of the transformation rite --
I. Oblation of the bread --
II. Preparation of the chalice --
III. Elevation of the chalice --
IV. Censing of the substances and the altar --
V. The epiclesis --
VI. The consecration --
VII. The greater elevation --
VIII. The post consecration --
IX. Ed of the canon --
X. Breaking the host ("fractio") --
XI. Consignatio --
XII. Commixtio --
XIII. Conclusion --
3. Parallels to the transformation mystery --
I. The Aztec "teoqualo," --
II. The vision of zosimos --
4. The psychology of the mass --
I. General remarks on the sacrifice --
II. The psychological meaning of sacrifice --
III. The mass and the individuation process --
IV. Foreword to White's God and the unconscious / originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in the book by Victor White (London: Harvill, 1952; Chicago: H. Regnery, 1953) --
Foreword to Werblowsky's Lucifer and Prometheus / originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in the book by R.J. Zwi Werblowsky (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1952) --
Brother Klaus / translated from a book review in the Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), new series, I (1933) --
V. Psychotherapists or the clergy / translated from Die beziehungen der psychotherapie zur seelsorge (Zurich: Rascher, 1932) --
Psychoanalysis and the cure of souls / translated from "Psychoanalyse und seelsorge," Ethik : sexual- und Gesellschafts-Ethik (Halle), V (1928) --
VI. Answer to Job / translated from Antwort auf Hiob (Zurich: Rascher, 1952) --
Prefatory Note, Lectori Benevolo, Answer to Job part --
2. Eastern Religion --
VII. Psychological commentary on The Tibetan book of great liberation / originally published in English in the book) London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1954) --
1. The difference between Eastern and Western thinking --
2. Comments on the text Psychological commentary on The Tibetan book of the dead / translated from "Psychologischer kommentar zum Bardo Thodol," in Das Tibetanische Toencuch, 5th edition (Zurich: Rascher, 1953) --
VIII. Yoga and the West / originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in Prabuddha Bharata (Calcutta), February 1936 --
Foreword to Suzuki's Introduction to Zen Buddhism / translaged from the foreword to D.T. Suzuki, Die grosse befreiung : Einfuhrung in den Zen-Buddhismus (Leipzig: Curt Weller, 1939) --
The psychology of Easter meditation / translated from "Zur pscyhologie ostlicher meditation," symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) --
The holy men of India / translated from the introduction to Heinrich Zimmer, Der weg zum Selbst (Zurich: Rascher, 1944) --
IX. Foreword to the I Ching / originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in The I Ching, or Book of changes, translated by Cary F. Baynes from the German translation of Richard Wilhelm (New York: Pantheon Books [Bollingen Series XIX] and London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1950) --
This is the Baynes translation of the Foreword with minor revisions Volume 12. Psychology and Alchemy --
part 1. Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy --
part II. Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy --
chapter 1. Introduction --
I. The material --
II. The method --
chapter 2. The initial dreams --
chapter 3. The symbolism of the mandala --
I. Concerning the mandala --
II. The mandalas in the dreams --
III. The vision of the world clock --
IV. The symbols of the self --
part III. Religious ideas in alchemy --
chapter 1. Basic concepts of alchemy --
I. Introduction --
II. The alchemical process and its stages --
III. Conceptions and symbols of the goal --
chapter 2. The psychic nature of the alchemical work --
I. The projection of psychic contents --
II. The mental attitude towards the opus --
III. Meditation and imagination --
IV. Soul and body --
chapter 3. The work --
I. The method --
II. The spirit in matter --
III. The work of redemption --
chapter 4. The prima material --
I. Synonyms for the material --
II. The increatum --
III. Ubiquity and perfection --
IV. The king and the king's son --
V. The myth of the hero --
VI. The hidden treasure --
chapter 5. The Lapis Christ parallel --
I. The renewal of life --
II. Evidence for the religious interpretation of the lapis --
a. Raymond Lully --
b. Tractatus aureus --
c. Zosimos and the doctrine of the anthropos --
d. Petrus Bonus --
e."Aurora consurgens" and the docrine of sapientia --
f. Melchior cibinensis and the alchemical paraphrase of the mass --
g. Sir George ripley --
h. The epigone --
chapter 6. Alchemical symbolism in the history of religion --
I. The unconscious as the matrix of symbols --
II. The paradigm of the unicorn --
a. The unicorn in alchemy --
b. The unicorn in ecclesiastical allegory --
c. The unicorn in Gnosticism --
d. The one-horned scarabaeus --
e. The unicorn in the Vedas --
f. The unicorn in Persia --
g. The unicorn in Jewish tradition --
h. The unicorn in China --
i. The unicorn cup Volume 13. Alchemical studies --
Commentary on "The secret of the golden flower" / translated from the "Europaischer Kommentar" to Das Geheimnis der goldenen Blute : Ein chinesisches Lebensbuch, 5th edn. (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) --
1. Difficulties encountered by a European in trying to understand the East --
2. Modern psychology offers a possibility of understanding --
3. The fundamental concepts --
a. Tao --
b. The circular movement and the centre --
4. Phenomena of the way --
a. The disintegration of consciousness --
b. Animus and anima --
5. The detachment of consciousness from the object --
6. The fulfillment --
7. Conclusion Examples of European Mandalas --
II. The visions of zosimos / translated from "Die visionen des Zosimos," Von den Wurzeln des Bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) --
I. The texts --
II. Commentary --
1. General remarks on the interpretation --
2. The sacrificial act --
3. The personifications --
4. The stone symbolism --
5. The water symbolism --
6. The origin of the vision --
III. Paracelsus as a spiritual phenomenon / translated from "Paracelsus als geistige Erscheinung," Paracelsica: Zwei Vorlesungen uber den Arzt und Philosophen Theophrastus (Zurich: Rascher, 1942) --
Foreword to Paracelsica --
1. The two sources of knowledge : the light of nature and the light of revelation --
a. Magic --
b. Alchemy --
c. The arane teaching --
d. The primordial man --
2. "De vita longa" : an exposition of the secret doctrine --
a. The iliaster --
b. The aquaster --
c. Ares --
d. Melusina --
e. The filius regius as the arcane substance (Michael Maier) --
f. The production of the one, or centre, by distillation --
g. The coniunctio in the spring --
3. The natural transformation mystery --
a. The light of the darkness --
b. The union of man's two natures --
c. The quaternity of the homo maximus --
d. The rapproachement with the unconscious --
4. The commentary of Gerard Dorn --
a. Melusina and the process of individuation --
b. The hierosgamos of the everlasting man --
c. Spirit and nature --
d. The ecclesiastical sacrament and the opus alchymicum --
5. Epilogue --
IV. The spirit mercurius / translated from "Der Geist Mercurius," symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) --
part I. --
1. The spirit in the bottle --
2. The connection between spirit and tree --
3. The problem of freeing Mercurius --
part II. --
1. Introductory --
2. Mercurius as quicksilver and/or water --
3. Mercurius as fire --
4. Mercurius as spirit and soul --
a. Mercurius as an aerial spirit --
b. Mercurius as soul --
c. Mercurius as spirit in the incorporeal, metaphysical sense --
5. The dual nature of Mercurius --
6. The unity and trinity of Mercurius --
7. The relation of Mercurius to astrology and the doctrine of the archons --
8. Mercurius and Hermes --
9. Mercurius and Hermes --
9. Mercurius as the arcane substance --
10. Summary --
V. The philosophical tree / translated from "Der philosophische Baum," Von den Wurzeln des Bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) --
I. Individual representations of the tree symbol --
II. On the history and interpretation of the tree symbol --
1. The tree as an archetypal image --
2. The tree in the treatise of Jodocus Greverus --
3. The tetrasomia --
4. The image of wholeness --
5. The nature and origin of the philosophical tree --
6. Dorn's interpretation of the tree --
7. The rose-coloured blood and the rose --
8. The alchemical mind --
9. Various aspects of the tree --
10. The habitat of the tree --
11. The inverted tree --
12. Bird and snake --
13. The feminine tree-numen --
14. The tree as the lapis --
15. The dangers of the art --
16. Understanding as a means of defence --
17. The motif of torture --
18. The relation of suffering to the coniunctio --
19. The tree as man --
20. The interpretation and integration of the unconscious Volume 14. Mysterium coniunctionis --
The components of the coniunctio --
1. The opposites --
2. The quaternion and the mediating role of mercurius --
3. The orphan, the widow and the moon --
4. Alchemy and Manichaeism --
II. The paradoxa --
1. The arcane substance and the point --
2. The scintilla --
3. The enigma of Bologna --
III. Ther personification of the opposites --
1. Introduction --
2. Sol --
3. Suphur --
4. Luna --
a. The significance of the moon --
b. The dog --
c. An alchemical allegory --
d. The moon-nature --
5. Sal --
a. Salt as the arcane substance --
b. The bitterness --
c. The Red Sea --
d. The fourth of the three --
e. Ascent and descent --
f. The journey through the planetary houses --
g. The regeneration in sea-water --
h. The interpretation and meaning of salt --
IV. Rex and Regina --
1. Introduction --
2. Gold and spirit --
3. The transformation of the King --
4. The regeneration of the King (Ripley's "Cantilena") --
5. The dark side of the King --
6. The king anthropos --
7. The relation of the king-symbol to consciousness --
8. The religious problem of the King's renewal --
9. Regina V. Adam and Eve --
1. Adam as the arcane substance --
2. The statue --
3. Adam as the first adept --
4. The polarity of Adam --
5. The "Old Adam" --
6. The transformation --
7. Rotundum, head and brain --
8. Adam as totality --
VI. Conjunction --
1. The alchemical view of the union of opposites --
2. Stages of the conjunction --
3. The production of the quintessence --
4. The meaning of the alchemical procedure --
5. The psychological interpretation of the procedure --
6. Self-knowledge --
7. The monocolus --
8. The content and meaning of the first two stages --
9. The third stage : the unus mundus --
10. The self and the bounds of knowledge Volume 15. The spirit in man, art, and literature --
Paracelsus / translated from "Paracelsus," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
Paracelsus the physician / translated from "Paracelsus als Arzt," Paracelsica : Zwei Vorlesungen uber den Arzt und Philospohen Theophrastus (Zurich: Rascher, 1942) --
II. Sigmund Freud in his historical setting / translated from "Sigmund Freud als kulturhistorische Erscheinung," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
In memory of Sigmund Freud / translated from "Sigmund Freud : Ein Nachruf, "Sonntagsblatt der Basler Nachrichten, XXXIII (1939) --
III. Richard Wilhelm : in memoriam / translated from "Nachruf fur Richard Wilhelm," Das Geheimnis der goldenen Blute : Ein chinesisches Lebensbuch 5th edn. (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) --
IV. On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry / translated from "Uber die Beziehungen der analytischen Psychologie zum dichterischen Kunstwerk," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
Psychology and literature / translated from "Psychologie and Dichtung," Gestaltungen des Unbewussten (Zurich: Rascher, 1950) --
Introduction 1. The work of art --
2. The artist --
V. "Ulysses" : a monologue / translated from "Ulysses," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
Picasso / translated from "Picasso," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) Volume 16. The practice of psychotherapy : essays on the psychology of the transference and other subjects --
part 1. General problems psychotherapy --
I. Principles of practical psychotherapy / translated from "Grundsatzliches zur praktischen psychotherapie," Zentralblatt fur Psychotherapie (Zurich), VIII (1935) --
II. What is psychotherapy? / translated from "Was ist psychotherapie?," Schweizerische Aerztezetung fur Standesfragen (Zurich), XVI (1935) --
III. Some aspects of modern psychotherapy / originally published in English, Journal of State Medicine (London), XXXVIII (1930) --
IV. The aims of psychotherapy / translated from "Ziele der psychotherapie," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
V. Problems of modern psychotherapy / translated from "Die problem der modernen Psychotherapie," Seelen problem der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) --
VI. Psychotherapy and a philosophy of life / translated from "Psychotherapie und Weltanschauung," Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
VII. Medicine and psychotherapy / translated from "Medizin und Psychotherapie," Bulletin der Schweizerischen Akademie der medizinischen Wissenschaften (Basel), I (1945) --
VIII. Psychotherapy today / translated from "Die Psychotherapie in der Gegenwart," Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher 1946) --
IX. Fundamental questions of psychotherapy / translated from "Grundfragen der Psychotherapie," Dialectica (Neuchatel), V (1951) --
part 2. Specific problems of psychotherapy --
I. The therapeutic value of abreaction / originally published in English; this is a revised version, from Contributions to analytical Psychology (London: Kegan Paul, trench, Trubner; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1928) --
II. The practical use of dream-analysis / translated from "Die praktische Verwendbarkeit der Traumanalyse," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
III. The psychology of the transference / translated from Die Psychologie der Ubertragung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
An account of the transference phenomena based on the illustrations to the "Rosarium philosophorum --
1. The mercurial fountain --
2. King and queen --
3. The naked truth --
4. Immersion in the bath --
5. The conjunction --
6. Death --
7. The ascent of the soul --
8. Purification --
9. The return of the soul --
10. The new birth Epilogue --
Appendix: The realities of practical psychotherapy / translated from "Die Wirklichkeit der pscyhotherapeutischen Praxis," an unpublished lecture (1937) Volume 17. The development of personality --
Psychic conflicts in a child / translated from "Uber Konflikte der kindlichen Seele," Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
II. Introduction to Wickes's Analyse der Kinderseele / translated from the German edition (Stuttgart: Hoffman, 1931) --
III. Child development and education / translated from the unpublished German original --
IV. Analytical psychology and education / translated from "Analytische psychologie und Erziehung," Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) Lecture 1-3 --
V. The gifted Child / translated from "Der Begabte," Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) --
VI. The significance of the unconscious in individual education / translated from the unpublished German original --
VII. The development of personality / translated from "Vom Werden der Personlichkeit," Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) --
VIII. Marriage as a psychological relationship / translated from "Die Ehe als psychologische Beziehung," Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich) Volume 18. The symbolic life --
The ravistock lectures (1935) --
Lecture I. Discussion --
Lecture II. Discussion --
Lecture III. Discussion --
Lecture IV. Discussion --
Lecture V. Discussion --
II. Symbols and the interpretation of dreams (1961) --
The significance of dreams --
The functions of the uncounscious --
The language of dreams --
The problem of types in dream interpretation --
The archetype in dream symbolism --
The function of religious symbols --
Healing the split --
III. The symbolic life (1939) --
The symbolic life --
Discussion --
IV. On occultism (C.W., vol. I) --
On spiritualistic phenomena (1905) --
Foreword to Jung : Phenomenes occultes (1938) --
Psychology and spiritualism (1948) --
Foreword to Moser : Spuk : Irrglaube oder Wahrglaube? (1950) --
Jung's contribution --
Foreword to Jaffe: Apparitions and precognition (1957) --
V. The psychogenesis of mental disease (C.W., vol. 3) --
The present status of applied psychology (1908) --
On dementia praecox (1908) --
Review of Sadger : Konrad Ferdinand Meyer (1909) --
Review of Waldstein : Das unbewusste Ich (1909) --
Crime and the soul (1932) --
The question of medical intervention --
(1950) Foreword to custance : wisdom, madness and folly (1951) --
Foreword to Perry : the self in psychotic process (1953) --
Foreword to Schmaltz : Komplexe psychologie und korperliches symptom (1955) --
VI. Freud and psychoanalysis (C.W., vol. 4) --
Sigmund Freud : On dreams (1901) --
Review of hellpach : Grundlinien einer Psychologie der Hysterie (1905) --
Reviews of psychiatric literature (1906-10) --
The significance of Freud's theory for neurology and psychiatry (1907) --
Review of Stekel : Nervose Angstzustande und ihre Behandlung (1908) --
Editorial preface to the Jahrbuch (1909) --
Marginal notes on Wittels : Die sexuelle Not (1910) --
Review of Wilffen : Der Sexualverbrecher (1910) --
Abstracts of the psychological works of Swiss authors (1910) --
Review of Hitschmann : Freuds Neurosenlehre (1911) --
Annual report by the President of the International Psychoanalytic Association (1911) --
Two letters on psychoanalysis (1912) --
On the psychoanalytic treatment of nervous disorders (1912) --
A comment on Tausk's criticism of Nelken (1913) --
Answers to questions on Freud (1953) --
VII. On symbolism (C.W., vol. 5) --
The concept of ambivalence (1910) --
Contributions to symbolism (1911).
Series Title: Bollingen series, 20.
Responsibility: C.G. Jung.

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The practice of psychotherapy : essays on the psychology of the transference and other subjects -- part 1. General problems psychotherapy -- I. Principles of practical psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Grundsatzliches zur praktischen psychotherapie,\" Zentralblatt fur Psychotherapie (Zurich), VIII (1935) -- II. What is psychotherapy? \/ translated from \"Was ist psychotherapie?,\" Schweizerische Aerztezetung fur Standesfragen (Zurich), XVI (1935) -- III. Some aspects of modern psychotherapy \/ originally published in English, Journal of State Medicine (London), XXXVIII (1930) -- IV. The aims of psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Ziele der psychotherapie,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- V. Problems of modern psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Die problem der modernen Psychotherapie,\" Seelen problem der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- VI. Psychotherapy and a philosophy of life \/ translated from \"Psychotherapie und Weltanschauung,\" Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- VII. Medicine and psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Medizin und Psychotherapie,\" Bulletin der Schweizerischen Akademie der medizinischen Wissenschaften (Basel), I (1945) -- VIII. Psychotherapy today \/ translated from \"Die Psychotherapie in der Gegenwart,\" Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher 1946) -- IX. Fundamental questions of psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Grundfragen der Psychotherapie,\" Dialectica (Neuchatel), V (1951) -- part 2. Specific problems of psychotherapy -- I. The therapeutic value of abreaction \/ originally published in English; this is a revised version, from Contributions to analytical Psychology (London: Kegan Paul, trench, Trubner; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1928) -- II. The practical use of dream-analysis \/ translated from \"Die praktische Verwendbarkeit der Traumanalyse,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- III. The psychology of the transference \/ translated from Die Psychologie der Ubertragung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- An account of the transference phenomena based on the illustrations to the \"Rosarium philosophorum -- 1. The mercurial fountain -- 2. King and queen -- 3. The naked truth -- 4. Immersion in the bath -- 5. The conjunction -- 6. Death -- 7. The ascent of the soul -- 8. Purification -- 9. The return of the soul -- 10. The new birth Epilogue -- Appendix: The realities of practical psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Die Wirklichkeit der pscyhotherapeutischen Praxis,\" an unpublished lecture (1937)<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 17. The development of personality -- Psychic conflicts in a child \/ translated from \"Uber Konflikte der kindlichen Seele,\" Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- II. Introduction to Wickes\'s Analyse der Kinderseele \/ translated from the German edition (Stuttgart: Hoffman, 1931) -- III. Child development and education \/ translated from the unpublished German original -- IV. Analytical psychology and education \/ translated from \"Analytische psychologie und Erziehung,\" Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) Lecture 1-3 -- V. The gifted Child \/ translated from \"Der Begabte,\" Psychologie und Erziehung (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- VI. The significance of the unconscious in individual education \/ translated from the unpublished German original -- VII. The development of personality \/ translated from \"Vom Werden der Personlichkeit,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- VIII. Marriage as a psychological relationship \/ translated from \"Die Ehe als psychologische Beziehung,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich)<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 14. Mysterium coniunctionis -- The components of the coniunctio -- 1. The opposites -- 2. The quaternion and the mediating role of mercurius -- 3. The orphan, the widow and the moon -- 4. Alchemy and Manichaeism -- II. The paradoxa -- 1. The arcane substance and the point -- 2. The scintilla -- 3. The enigma of Bologna -- III. Ther personification of the opposites -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Sol -- 3. Suphur -- 4. Luna -- a. The significance of the moon -- b. The dog -- c. An alchemical allegory -- d. The moon-nature -- 5. Sal -- a. Salt as the arcane substance -- b. The bitterness -- c. The Red Sea -- d. The fourth of the three -- e. Ascent and descent -- f. The journey through the planetary houses -- g. The regeneration in sea-water -- h. The interpretation and meaning of salt -- IV. Rex and Regina -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Gold and spirit -- 3. The transformation of the King -- 4. The regeneration of the King (Ripley\'s \"Cantilena\") -- 5. The dark side of the King -- 6. The king anthropos -- 7. The relation of the king-symbol to consciousness -- 8. The religious problem of the King\'s renewal -- 9. Regina V. Adam and Eve -- 1. Adam as the arcane substance -- 2. The statue -- 3. Adam as the first adept -- 4. The polarity of Adam -- 5. The \"Old Adam\" -- 6. The transformation -- 7. Rotundum, head and brain -- 8. Adam as totality -- VI. Conjunction -- 1. The alchemical view of the union of opposites -- 2. Stages of the conjunction -- 3. The production of the quintessence -- 4. The meaning of the alchemical procedure -- 5. The psychological interpretation of the procedure -- 6. Self-knowledge -- 7. The monocolus -- 8. The content and meaning of the first two stages -- 9. The third stage : the unus mundus -- 10. The self and the bounds of knowledge<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 5. Symbols of transformation and analysis of the prelude to a case of schizophrenia -- part 1. -- Introduction -- II. Two kinds of thinking -- III. The Miller fantasies : anamnesis -- IV. The hymn of creation -- V. The song of the moth -- part 2. -- I. Introduction -- II. The concept of libido -- III. The transformation of libido -- IV. The origin of the hero -- V. Symbols of the mother and of rebirth -- VI. The battle for deliverance from the mother -- VII. The dual mother -- VIII. The sacrifice -- IX. Epilogue -- Appendix: The Miller fantasies<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 11. Psychology and religion : West and East -- part 1. Western religion Psychology and religion \/ originally published in English : the Terry Lectures of 1937 (New Haven, Conn. : Yale University Press, and London: Oxford University Press, 1938); here revised and augmented in accordance with the Swiss edition (Zurich: Rascher, 1940) -- 1. The autonomy of the unconscious -- 2. Dogma and natural symbols -- 3. The history and psychology of a natural symbol -- II. A psychological approach to the dogma of the trinity \/ translated from \"Versuch zu einer pscyhologischen deutung des Trinitatsdogmas : symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) -- I. Pre-Christian parallels -- I. Babylonia -- II. Egypt -- III. Greece -- 2. Father, son, and spirit -- 3. The symbola -- I. The symbolum apostolicum -- II. The symbolum of Gregory Thaumaturgus -- III. The Nicaenum -- IV. The Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum, the Athanasianum and the Lateranense -- 4. The three persons in the light of psychology -- I. The hypothesis of the archetype -- II. Christ as archetype -- III. The Holy Ghost -- 5. The problem of the fourth -- I. The concept of quaternity -- II. The psychology of the quaternity -- III. General remarks on symbolism -- 6. Conclusion -- III. Transformation symbolism in the mass \/ translated from \"Das wandlungssymbol in der messe,\" Von den Wurzeln des bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The sequence of the transformation rite -- I. Oblation of the bread -- II. Preparation of the chalice -- III. Elevation of the chalice -- IV. Censing of the substances and the altar -- V. The epiclesis -- VI. The consecration -- VII. The greater elevation -- VIII. The post consecration -- IX. Ed of the canon -- X. Breaking the host (\"fractio\") -- XI. Consignatio -- XII. Commixtio -- XIII. Conclusion -- 3. Parallels to the transformation mystery -- I. The Aztec \"teoqualo,\" -- II. The vision of zosimos -- 4. The psychology of the mass -- I. General remarks on the sacrifice -- II. The psychological meaning of sacrifice -- III. The mass and the individuation process -- IV. Foreword to White\'s God and the unconscious \/ originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in the book by Victor White (London: Harvill, 1952; Chicago: H. Regnery, 1953) -- Foreword to Werblowsky\'s Lucifer and Prometheus \/ originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in the book by R.J. Zwi Werblowsky (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1952) -- Brother Klaus \/ translated from a book review in the Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), new series, I (1933) -- V. Psychotherapists or the clergy \/ translated from Die beziehungen der psychotherapie zur seelsorge (Zurich: Rascher, 1932) -- Psychoanalysis and the cure of souls \/ translated from \"Psychoanalyse und seelsorge,\" Ethik : sexual- und Gesellschafts-Ethik (Halle), V (1928) -- VI. Answer to Job \/ translated from Antwort auf Hiob (Zurich: Rascher, 1952) -- Prefatory Note, Lectori Benevolo, Answer to Job part -- 2. Eastern Religion -- VII. Psychological commentary on The Tibetan book of great liberation \/ originally published in English in the book) London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1954) -- 1. The difference between Eastern and Western thinking -- 2. Comments on the text Psychological commentary on The Tibetan book of the dead \/ translated from \"Psychologischer kommentar zum Bardo Thodol,\" in Das Tibetanische Toencuch, 5th edition (Zurich: Rascher, 1953) -- VIII. Yoga and the West \/ originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in Prabuddha Bharata (Calcutta), February 1936 -- Foreword to Suzuki\'s Introduction to Zen Buddhism \/ translaged from the foreword to D.T. Suzuki, Die grosse befreiung : Einfuhrung in den Zen-Buddhismus (Leipzig: Curt Weller, 1939) -- The psychology of Easter meditation \/ translated from \"Zur pscyhologie ostlicher meditation,\" symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) -- The holy men of India \/ translated from the introduction to Heinrich Zimmer, Der weg zum Selbst (Zurich: Rascher, 1944) -- IX. Foreword to the I Ching \/ originally translated from a manuscript and published in English in The I Ching, or Book of changes, translated by Cary F. Baynes from the German translation of Richard Wilhelm (New York: Pantheon Books [Bollingen Series XIX] and London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1950) -- This is the Baynes translation of the Foreword with minor revisions<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 3. The psychogenesis of mental disease -- The psychology of dementia praecox \/ translated from Uber die Psychologie der Dementia praecox : Ein Versuch (Halle a. S., 1907) -- Foreword -- 1. Critical survey of theoretical views on the psychology of dementia praecox -- 2. The feeling-toned complex and its general effects on the psyche Acute effects of the complex Chronic effects of the complex -- 3. The influence of the feeling-toned complex on the valency of associations -- 4. Dementia praecox and hysteria -- I. Disturbances of the emotions -- II. Abnormalities of character -- III. Intellectual disturbances -- IV. Stereotypy -- Summary -- 5. Analysis of a case of paranoid dementia as a paradigm -- Clinical history -- Simple word associations -- Continuous associations -- a. Wish-fulfilment -- b. The complex of being wronged -- c. The sexual complex -- d. summary -- e. supplement -- Epilogue -- II. The content of the psychoses \/ translated from Der Inhalt der Psychose (2nd edn., Leipzig and Vienna, 1914) -- On psychological understanding \/ translated from the supplement to the foregoing -- III. A criticism of Bleuler\'s theory of schizophrenic negativism \/ translated from a critique in the Jahrbuch fur psychoanalystische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Vienna and Leipzig), III (1911) -- On the importance of the unconscious in psychopathology \/ written in English and published in the British Medical Journal (London), II (1914) -- On the problem of psychogenesis in mental disease \/ written in English and published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine (London), XII (1919) -- Mental disease and the psyche \/ translated from \"Heilbare Geisteskranke?\", Berliner Tageblatt, 1928 -- IV. On the psychogenesis of schizophrenia \/ written in English and published in the Journal of Mental Science (London), LXXXV (1939) -- Recent thoughts on schizophrenia \/ written in English and broadcast by the \"Voice of America,\" December 1956 Schizophrenia \/ translated from \"Die Schizophreniz,\" Schweizer Archiv fur Neurologie and Psychiatrie (Zurich), LXXXI (1958) -- Appendix: Letter to the Second International Congress of Psychiatry (Symposium on Chemical Concepts of Psychosis), 1957<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 9, part 2. Aion : researches into the phenomenology of the self -- The ego -- II. The shadow -- III. The syzygy : anima and animus -- IV. The self -- V. Christ a symbol of the self -- VI. The sign of the fishes -- VII. The prophecies of Nostradamus -- VIII. The historical significance of the fish -- IX. The ambivalence of the fish symbol -- X. The fish in alchemy -- 1. The Medusa -- 2. The fish -- 3. The fish symbol of the Cathars -- XI. The alchemical interpretation of the fish -- XII. Background to the psychology of Christian alchemical symbolism -- XIII. Gnostic symbols of the self -- XIV. The structure and dynamics of the self -- XV. Conclusion<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 13. Alchemical studies -- Commentary on \"The secret of the golden flower\" \/ translated from the \"Europaischer Kommentar\" to Das Geheimnis der goldenen Blute : Ein chinesisches Lebensbuch, 5th edn. (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) -- 1. Difficulties encountered by a European in trying to understand the East -- 2. Modern psychology offers a possibility of understanding -- 3. The fundamental concepts -- a. Tao -- b. The circular movement and the centre -- 4. Phenomena of the way -- a. The disintegration of consciousness -- b. Animus and anima -- 5. The detachment of consciousness from the object -- 6. The fulfillment -- 7. Conclusion Examples of European Mandalas -- II. The visions of zosimos \/ translated from \"Die visionen des Zosimos,\" Von den Wurzeln des Bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) -- I. The texts -- II. Commentary -- 1. General remarks on the interpretation -- 2. The sacrificial act -- 3. The personifications -- 4. The stone symbolism -- 5. The water symbolism -- 6. The origin of the vision -- III. Paracelsus as a spiritual phenomenon \/ translated from \"Paracelsus als geistige Erscheinung,\" Paracelsica: Zwei Vorlesungen uber den Arzt und Philosophen Theophrastus (Zurich: Rascher, 1942) -- Foreword to Paracelsica -- 1. The two sources of knowledge : the light of nature and the light of revelation -- a. Magic -- b. Alchemy -- c. The arane teaching -- d. The primordial man -- 2. \"De vita longa\" : an exposition of the secret doctrine -- a. The iliaster -- b. The aquaster -- c. Ares -- d. Melusina -- e. The filius regius as the arcane substance (Michael Maier) -- f. The production of the one, or centre, by distillation -- g. The coniunctio in the spring -- 3. The natural transformation mystery -- a. The light of the darkness -- b. The union of man\'s two natures -- c. The quaternity of the homo maximus -- d. The rapproachement with the unconscious -- 4. The commentary of Gerard Dorn -- a. Melusina and the process of individuation -- b. The hierosgamos of the everlasting man -- c. Spirit and nature -- d. The ecclesiastical sacrament and the opus alchymicum -- 5. Epilogue -- IV. The spirit mercurius \/ translated from \"Der Geist Mercurius,\" symbolic des geistes (Zurich: Rascher, 1948) -- part I. -- 1. The spirit in the bottle -- 2. The connection between spirit and tree -- 3. The problem of freeing Mercurius -- part II. -- 1. Introductory -- 2. Mercurius as quicksilver and\/or water -- 3. Mercurius as fire -- 4. Mercurius as spirit and soul -- a. Mercurius as an aerial spirit -- b. Mercurius as soul -- c. Mercurius as spirit in the incorporeal, metaphysical sense -- 5. The dual nature of Mercurius -- 6. The unity and trinity of Mercurius -- 7. The relation of Mercurius to astrology and the doctrine of the archons -- 8. Mercurius and Hermes -- 9. Mercurius and Hermes -- 9. Mercurius as the arcane substance -- 10. Summary -- V. The philosophical tree \/ translated from \"Der philosophische Baum,\" Von den Wurzeln des Bewusstseins (Zurich: Rascher, 1954) -- I. Individual representations of the tree symbol -- II. On the history and interpretation of the tree symbol -- 1. The tree as an archetypal image -- 2. The tree in the treatise of Jodocus Greverus -- 3. The tetrasomia -- 4. The image of wholeness -- 5. The nature and origin of the philosophical tree -- 6. Dorn\'s interpretation of the tree -- 7. The rose-coloured blood and the rose -- 8. The alchemical mind -- 9. Various aspects of the tree -- 10. The habitat of the tree -- 11. The inverted tree -- 12. Bird and snake -- 13. The feminine tree-numen -- 14. The tree as the lapis -- 15. The dangers of the art -- 16. Understanding as a means of defence -- 17. The motif of torture -- 18. The relation of suffering to the coniunctio -- 19. The tree as man -- 20. The interpretation and integration of the unconscious<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 6. Psychological types -- Introduction I. The problem of types in the history of classical and medieval thought -- 1. Psychology in the Classical Age : the Gnostics, Tertullian, origin -- 2. The theological disputes of the ancient church -- 3. The problem of transubstantiation -- 4. Nominalism and realism -- a. The problem of universals in antiquity -- c. Abelard\'s attempt at conciliation -- 5. The holy communion controversy between Luther and Zwingli -- II. Schiller\'s ideas on the type problem -- 1. Letters on the aesthetic education of man -- a. The superior and the inferior functions -- b. Concerning the basic instincts -- 2. A discussion on na\u00EFve and sentimental poetry -- a. The na\u00EFve attitude -- b. The sentimental attitude -- c. The idealist and the realist -- III. The apollinian and the Dionysian -- IV. The type problem in human character -- 1. General remarks on Jordan\'s types -- 2. Special description and criticism of Jordan\'s types -- a. The introverted woman -- b. The extraverted woman -- c. The extraverted man -- d. The introverted man -- V. The type problem in poetry Carl Spitteler : Prometheus and Epimetheus -- 1. Introductory remarks on Spitteler\'s typology -- 2. A comparison of Spitteler\'s with Goethe\'s Prometheus -- 3. The significance of the uniting symbol -- a. The Brahmanic conception of the problem of opposites -- b. The Brahmanic conception of the uniting symbol -- c. The uniting symbol as the principle of dynamic regulation -- d. The uniting symbol in Chinese philosophy -- 4. The relativity of the symbol -- a. The worship of woman and the worship of the soul -- b. The relativity of the God-concept in Meister Eckhart -- 5. The nature of the uniting symbol in Spitteler -- VI. The type problem in psychopathology -- VII. The type problem in aesthetics -- VIII. The type problem in modern philosophy -- 1. William James\' types -- 2. The characteristic pairs of opposites in James\' types -- a. Rationalism versus empiricism -- b. Intellectualism versus sensationalism -- c. Idealism versus materialism -- d. Optimism versus pessimism -- e. Religiousness versus irreligiousness -- f. Indeterminism versus determinism -- g. Monism versus pluralism -- h. Dogmatism versus skepticism -- 3. General criticism of James\' typology -- IX. The type problem in biography -- X. General description of the types -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The extraverted type -- a. The general attitude of consciousness -- b. The attitude of the unconscious -- c. The peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the extraverted attitude -- Thinking -- The extraverted thinking type -- Feeling -- The extraverted feeling type -- Summary of the extraverted rational types -- Sensation -- The extraverted sensation type -- Intuition -- The extraverted intuitive type -- Summary of the extraverted irrational types -- 3.a. The general attitude of the consciousness -- b. The attitude of the unconscious -- c. The peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the introverted attitude -- Thinking -- The introverted thinking type -- Feeling -- The introverted feeling type -- Summary of the introverted rational types -- Sensation -- The introverted sensation type -- Intuition -- The introverted intuitive type -- Summary of the introverted irrational types -- d. The principal and auxiliary functions -- XI. Definitions -- Epilogue -- Appendix: Four papers on psychological typology -- A contribution to the study of psychological types (1913) -- 2. Psychological types (1923) -- 3. A psychological theory of types (1931) -- 4. Psychological typology (1936) -- Table: Correlation of paragraph numbers<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 1. Psychiatric studies -- I. On the psychology and pathology of so-called occult phenomena \/ translated from Zur Psychologie und Pathologie sogenannter occulter Phanomene (Leipzig, 1902) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. A case of somnambulism in a girl with poor inheritance (spiritual medium) -- Anamnesis -- Somnambulistic states -- Records of s\u00E9ances -- Development of the somnambulistic personalities -- The romances -- Mystic science -- Termination of the disorder -- 3. Discussion of the case -- The waking state -- Semi-somnambulism -- Automatisms -- The change in character -- Nature of the somnambulistic attacks -- Origin of the unconscious personalities -- Course of the disorder -- Heightened unconscious performance -- 4. Conclusion -- On hysterical misreading \/ translated from \"Uber hysterisches Verlesen,\" Archiv fur die gesamte Psychologie (Leipzig), III (1904) -- II. Cryptomnesia \/ translated from \"Kryptomnesie,\" Die Zukunft (Berlin), 13th year (1905), L. -- III. On manic mood disorder \/ translated from \"Uber manische Verstimmung,\" Allgemeine Zeitschrift fur Psychiatrie und psychiatrie und psychisch-gerichtliche Medizin (Berlin), LXI (1903) -- IV. A case of hysterical stupor bei einer untersuchungsgefangenen,\" Journal fur Psychologie und Neurologie (Leipzig), I (1902) -- V. On simulated insanity \/ translated from \"Uber Simulation von Geistesstorung,\" Journal fur Psychologie und Neurologie (Leipzig), II (1903) -- A medical opinion on a case of simulated insanity \/ translated from \"Arztliches Gutachten uber einen Fall von simulierter geistiger Storung,\" Schweizerische Zeitung fur Strafrecht (Zurich), XVII (1904) -- VI. A third and final opinion on two contradictory psychiatric diagnoses \/ translated from \"Obergutachten uber zwei sich widersprechende psychiatrische Gutachten,\" Monatsschrift fur Kriminalpsychologie und Strafrechtsreform (Heidelberg), II (1906) -- On the psychological diagnosis of facts \/ translated from \"Zur psychologischen Tatbestandsdiagnostik,\" Zentrablatt fur Nervenheilkunde und Psychiatrie (Leipzig), XXVIII (1905)<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 2. Experimental researches -- part 1. Studies in word association -- The associations of normal subjects \/ by C.G. Jung and Franz Riklin -- Translated from \"Experimentelle Untersuchungen uber Assoziationen gesunder,\" Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), I [1904] -- An analysis of the association of an epileptic -- Translated from \"Analyse der Assoziationen eines Epileptikers,\" Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), III [1905] -- The reaction-time ratio in the association experiment -- Translated from \"Uber das Verhalten der Reaktionszeit beim Assoziationsexperimente,\" Diagnostische assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), IV [1905] -- Experimental observations on the faculty of memory -- Translated from \"Experimentelle Beobachtungen uber das Erinnerungsvermogen,\" Zentralblatt fur Nervenhelkunde und Psychiatrie (Leipzig), XXVIII (1905) -- Psychoanalysis and association experiments -- Translated from \"Psychoanalyse und Assoziationsexperiement,\" Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. I (1906), VI [1906] -- The psychological diagnosis of evidence -- Translated from Die psychologische Diagnose des Tatbestandes (Zurich: Rascher, 1941), reprinted from the 1906 version Association, dream and hysterical symptom -- Translated from \"Assoziation, Traum und hysterisches Symptom,\" Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. II (1909), VIII [1906] -- The psychopathological significance of the association experiment \/ translated from \"Die psychopathologische Bedeutung der Assoziationsexperimentes,\" Archive fur Kriminalanthropologie und Kriminalistik (Leipzig), XXII (1906) -- Disturbances of reproduction in the association experiment -- Translated from Uber die Reproduktionsstorungen beim Assoziationsexperiment,\" Diagnostische Assoziationsstudien, vol. II (1909, IX [1907] -- The association method -- Translated from the German manuscript (1909) -- The family constellation -- Translated from the German manuscript -- part II. Psychophysical researches -- On the psychophysical relations of the association experiment -- Originally published in English in Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Boston), I (1907) -- Psychophysical investigations with the Galvanometer and Pneumograph in normal and insane individuals \/ by Frederick Peterson and C.G. Jung -- Originally published in English in Brain (London), XXX (1907) -- Further investigations on the galvanic phenomenon and respiration in normal and insane individuals \/ by Charles Risksher and C.G. Jung -- Originally published in English in Journal of Abnormal Psychology (Boston), II (1907-8) -- Appendix 1. Statistical details of enlistment -- Translated from \"Statistisches von der Rekrutenaushebung,\" Correspondenz-Blatt fur Schweizer Aerzte (Basel), XXXVI (1906) -- 2. New aspects of criminal psychology -- Translated from \"Le nuove vedute della psicologia criminale,\" Rivista di psologia applicata (Bologna), IV (1908) -- 3. The psychological methods of investigation used in the psychiatric clinic of the University of Zurich -- Translated from \"Die an der psychiatrischen Klinik in Zurich gebrauchlichen psychologischen Untersuchungsmethoden,\" Zeitschrift fur angewandte Psychologie (Leipzig), III (1910) -- 4. On the doctrine of complexes -- Originally published in English in Australasian Medical Congress, Transactions of the ninth session [1911] (Sydney, 1913) -- 5. On the psychological diagnosis of evidence : the evidence-experiment in the Naf Trail -- Translated from \"Zur psychologischen Tatbestandsdiagnostik : Das Tatbestandsexperiment im Schwurgerichtsprozess naf,\" Archiv fur kriminologie (Leipzig), c (1937)<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 7. Two essays on analytical psychology -- I. Psychoanalysis -- II. The eros theory -- III. The other point of view : the will to power -- IV. The problem of the attitude-type -- V. The personal and the collective (or transpersonal) unconscious -- VI. The synthetic or constructive method -- VII. The archetypes of the collective unconscious -- VIII. General remarks on the therapeutic approach to the unconscious -- Conclusion -- II. The relations between the ego and the unconscious -- part 1. The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness -- I. The personal and the collective unconscious -- II. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious -- III. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche -- IV. Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche -- a. Regressive restoration of the persona -- b. Identification with the collective psyche -- part 2. The relations between the ego and the unconscious -- part 1. The effects of the unconscious upon consciousness -- I. The personal and the collective unconscious -- II. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious -- III. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche -- IV. Negative attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche -- a. Regressive restoration of the persona -- b. Identification with the collective psyche -- part 2. -- Individuation -- I. The function of the unconscious -- II. Anima and animus -- III. The technique of differentiation between the ego and the figure of the unconscious -- IV. The mana-personality -- Appendices -- I. New paths in psychology -- II. The structure of the unconscious -- 1. The distinction between the personal and the impersonal unconscious -- 2. Phenomena resylting from the assimilation of the unconscious -- 3. The persona as a segment of the collective psyche -- 4. Attempts to free the individuality from the collective psyche -- a. The regressive restoration of the persona -- b. Identification with the collective psyche -- 5. Fundamental principles in the treatment of collective identity -- 6. Summary<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 12. Psychology and Alchemy -- part 1. Introduction to the religious and psychological problems of alchemy -- part II. Individual dream symbolism in relation to alchemy -- chapter 1. Introduction -- I. The material -- II. The method -- chapter 2. The initial dreams -- chapter 3. The symbolism of the mandala -- I. Concerning the mandala -- II. The mandalas in the dreams -- III. The vision of the world clock -- IV. The symbols of the self -- part III. Religious ideas in alchemy -- chapter 1. Basic concepts of alchemy -- I. Introduction -- II. The alchemical process and its stages -- III. Conceptions and symbols of the goal -- chapter 2. The psychic nature of the alchemical work -- I. The projection of psychic contents -- II. The mental attitude towards the opus -- III. Meditation and imagination -- IV. Soul and body -- chapter 3. The work -- I. The method -- II. The spirit in matter -- III. The work of redemption -- chapter 4. The prima material -- I. Synonyms for the material -- II. The increatum -- III. Ubiquity and perfection -- IV. The king and the king\'s son -- V. The myth of the hero -- VI. The hidden treasure -- chapter 5. The Lapis Christ parallel -- I. The renewal of life -- II. Evidence for the religious interpretation of the lapis -- a. Raymond Lully -- b. Tractatus aureus -- c. Zosimos and the doctrine of the anthropos -- d. Petrus Bonus -- e.\"Aurora consurgens\" and the docrine of sapientia -- f. Melchior cibinensis and the alchemical paraphrase of the mass -- g. Sir George ripley -- h. The epigone -- chapter 6. Alchemical symbolism in the history of religion -- I. The unconscious as the matrix of symbols -- II. The paradigm of the unicorn -- a. The unicorn in alchemy -- b. The unicorn in ecclesiastical allegory -- c. The unicorn in Gnosticism -- d. The one-horned scarabaeus -- e. The unicorn in the Vedas -- f. The unicorn in Persia -- g. The unicorn in Jewish tradition -- h. The unicorn in China -- i. The unicorn cup<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 18. The symbolic life -- The ravistock lectures (1935) -- Lecture I. Discussion -- Lecture II. Discussion -- Lecture III. Discussion -- Lecture IV. Discussion -- Lecture V. Discussion -- II. Symbols and the interpretation of dreams (1961) -- The significance of dreams -- The functions of the uncounscious -- The language of dreams -- The problem of types in dream interpretation -- The archetype in dream symbolism -- The function of religious symbols -- Healing the split -- III. The symbolic life (1939) -- The symbolic life -- Discussion -- IV. On occultism (C.W., vol. I) -- On spiritualistic phenomena (1905) -- Foreword to Jung : Phenomenes occultes (1938) -- Psychology and spiritualism (1948) -- Foreword to Moser : Spuk : Irrglaube oder Wahrglaube? (1950) -- Jung\'s contribution -- Foreword to Jaffe: Apparitions and precognition (1957) -- V. The psychogenesis of mental disease (C.W., vol. 3) -- The present status of applied psychology (1908) -- On dementia praecox (1908) -- Review of Sadger : Konrad Ferdinand Meyer (1909) -- Review of Waldstein : Das unbewusste Ich (1909) -- Crime and the soul (1932) -- The question of medical intervention -- (1950) Foreword to custance : wisdom, madness and folly (1951) -- Foreword to Perry : the self in psychotic process (1953) -- Foreword to Schmaltz : Komplexe psychologie und korperliches symptom (1955) -- VI. Freud and psychoanalysis (C.W., vol. 4) -- Sigmund Freud : On dreams (1901) -- Review of hellpach : Grundlinien einer Psychologie der Hysterie (1905) -- Reviews of psychiatric literature (1906-10) -- The significance of Freud\'s theory for neurology and psychiatry (1907) -- Review of Stekel : Nervose Angstzustande und ihre Behandlung (1908) -- Editorial preface to the Jahrbuch (1909) -- Marginal notes on Wittels : Die sexuelle Not (1910) -- Review of Wilffen : Der Sexualverbrecher (1910) -- Abstracts of the psychological works of Swiss authors (1910) -- Review of Hitschmann : Freuds Neurosenlehre (1911) -- Annual report by the President of the International Psychoanalytic Association (1911) -- Two letters on psychoanalysis (1912) -- On the psychoanalytic treatment of nervous disorders (1912) -- A comment on Tausk\'s criticism of Nelken (1913) -- Answers to questions on Freud (1953) -- VII. On symbolism (C.W., vol. 5) -- The concept of ambivalence (1910) -- Contributions to symbolism (1911).<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 10. Civilization in transition -- The role of the unconscious \/ translated from \"Uber das Unbewusste,\" Scheizerland (Zurich), IV (1918) Mind and Earth \/ translated from \"Seele und Erde,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- Archaic man \/ translated from \"Der archaische mensch,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- The spiritual problem of modern man \/ translated from \"Das Seelenproblem des modernen Menschen,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- II. The love problem of a student \/ translated from an unpublished ms. (1922?) -- Woman in Europe \/ translated from \"Die Frau in Europa, \" Europaische Revue (Berlin), III (1927) -- The meaning of psychology for modern man \/ translated from \"Die Bedeutung der Psychologie fur die Gegenwart,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- The state of psychotherapy today \/ translated from, \"Zur gegenwartigen Lage der Psychotherapie,\" Zentralblatt fur Psychotherapie und ihre Grenzgebiete (Leipzig), VII (1934) -- III. Preface to Essays on contemporary events \/ translated from Vorwort to Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- Wotan \/ translated from \"Wotan,\" Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), n.s., III (1936) -- After the catastrophe \/ translated from \"Nach der Katastrophe,\" Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), n.s., XIII (1945) -- The fight with the shado \/ originally published in English in The listener (London), XXXVI (1946) -- Epilogue to Essays on contemporary events \/ translated from Nachwort to Aufsatze zur Zeitgeschichte (Zurich: Rascher, 1946) -- IV. The undiscovered self (present and future) \/ translated from Gegenwart und Zukunft (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) -- 1. The plight of the individual in modern society -- 2. Religion as the counter balance to mass-mindedness -- 3. The position of the West on the question of religion -- 4. The individual\'s understanding of himself -- 5. The philosophical and the psychological approach to life -- 6. Self-knowledge -- 7. The meaning of self-knowledge -- V. Flying saucers a modern myth of things seen in the skies \/ translated from Ein moderner Mythus : Von Dingen, die am Hummel gesehen werden (Zurich and Stuttgart: Rascher, 1958) -- 1. Ufos as rumours -- 2. Ufos in dreams -- 3. Ufos in modern painting -- 4. Previous history of the Ufo phenomenon -- 5. Ufos considered in a non-psychological light -- VI. A psychological view of conscience \/ translated from \"Das Gewissen in psychologischer Sicht,\" in Das Gewissen (Studien aus dem C.G. Jung-Institut, VII; Zurich: Rascher, 1958) Good and evil in analytical psychology \/ translated from \"Gut und Bose in der Psychotherapie, ed. By Wilhelm Bitter (Stuttgart: \"Arzt und Seelsorger,\" 1959) -- Introduction to Toni Wolff\'s studies in Jungian psychology \/ translated from the Vorrede to Wolff, Studien zu C.G. Jung\'s psychologie (Zurich: Rhein, 1959) -- VII. The Swiss line in the European spectrum \/ translated from \"Die Bedeutung der schweizerischen Linie im Spectrum Europas,\" Neue Schweizer Rundschau (Zurich), XXIV (1928) -- The rise of a new world \/ translated from \"Der Aufgang einer neuen Welt,\" Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Zurich), 1930 -- La Revolution mondiale \/ translated from \"Ein neues Buch von Keyserling,\" Balser Nachrichten, XXVIII (1934) -- The complications of American psychology \/ originally published in English as \"Your negroid and Indian behavior,\" Forum (New York), LXXXIII (1930) -- The dreamlike world of India \/ originally published in English in Asia (New York), XXXIX (1939) -- What India can teach us \/ originally published in English in Asia (New York), XXXIX (1939) Appendix Editorial \/ translated from the Zentrablatt, VI (1933) -- A rejoinder to Dr. Bally \/ translated from the Neue Zurcher zeitung, CLV (1934) -- Circular letter \/ translated from the Zentralblatt, VII (1934) -- Editorial \/ translated from the Zentral blatt, VIII (1935) -- Editorial note \/ translated from the Zentralblatt, VIII (1935) -- Presidential address to the 8th General Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Bad Nauheim, 1935 \/ translated from an unpublished ms. -- Contribution to a discussion on psychotherapy \/ translated from \"Votum C.G. Jung,\" Schweizerische Aerztezeitung fur Standesfragen (Bern), XVI (1935) -- Presidential address to the 9th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Copenhagen, 1937 \/ translated from an unpublished ms. Presidential address to the 10th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Oxford, 1938 \/ written in English ; not previously published<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 15. The spirit in man, art, and literature -- Paracelsus \/ translated from \"Paracelsus,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- Paracelsus the physician \/ translated from \"Paracelsus als Arzt,\" Paracelsica : Zwei Vorlesungen uber den Arzt und Philospohen Theophrastus (Zurich: Rascher, 1942) -- II. Sigmund Freud in his historical setting \/ translated from \"Sigmund Freud als kulturhistorische Erscheinung,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- In memory of Sigmund Freud \/ translated from \"Sigmund Freud : Ein Nachruf, \"Sonntagsblatt der Basler Nachrichten, XXXIII (1939) -- III. Richard Wilhelm : in memoriam \/ translated from \"Nachruf fur Richard Wilhelm,\" Das Geheimnis der goldenen Blute : Ein chinesisches Lebensbuch 5th edn. (Zurich: Rascher, 1957) -- IV. On the relation of analytical psychology to poetry \/ translated from \"Uber die Beziehungen der analytischen Psychologie zum dichterischen Kunstwerk,\" Seelenprobleme der Gegenwart (Zurich: Rascher, 1931) -- Psychology and literature \/ translated from \"Psychologie and Dichtung,\" Gestaltungen des Unbewussten (Zurich: Rascher, 1950) -- Introduction 1. The work of art -- 2. The artist -- V. \"Ulysses\" : a monologue \/ translated from \"Ulysses,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934) -- Picasso \/ translated from \"Picasso,\" Wirklichkeit der Seele (Zurich: Rascher, 1934)<\/span>\"@en<\/a> ;\u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\nschema:description<\/a> \"Volume 4. Freud and psychoanalysis -- Freud\'s theory of hysteria : a reply to Aschaffenburg \/ translated from \"Die Hysterielehre Freuds : Eine Erwiderung auf die Aschaffenburgsche Kritik,\" Munchener medizinische Wochenschrift (Munich), LIII (1906) -- The Freudian theory of hysteria \/ translated from \"Die Freud\'sche Hysterietheorie,\" Monatsschrift fur Psychiatrie und Neurologie (Berlin), XXIII (1908) -- The analysis of dreams \/ translated from \"L\'Analyse des reves,\" Annee psychologique (Paris), XV (1909) -- A contribution to the psychology of rumour \/ translated from \"Ein Beitrag zur Psychologie des Geruchtes Zentralblatt fur Psychoanalyse (Wiesbaden), I (190\/11) -- On the significance of number dreams \/ translated from \"Ein Beitrag zur Kenntinis des Zahlentraumes,\" Zentralblatt fur Psychoanalyse (Wiesbaden), I (1910\/11) Morton Prince, \"The mechanism and interpretation of dreams\" : a critical review \/ translated from a review in the Jahrbuch fur psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Leipzig), III (1911) -- On the criticism of psychoanalysis \/ translated from \"Zur kritik uber psychoanalyse,\" Jahrbuch fur psychoanalytische und psychopathologische Forschungen (Leipzig), II (1910) -- Concerning psychoanalysis \/ translated form Zur Psychoanalyse,\" Wissen und Leben (Zurich), V (1912) -- II. The theory of psychoanalysis \/ translated from Versuch einer Darstellung der psychoanalytischen Theorie, 2nd edn. (Zurich: Rasher, 1955) -- 1. A review of the early hypothesis -- 2. The theory of infantile sexuality -- 3. The concept of libido -- 4. Neurosis and aetiological factors in childhood -- 5. The fantasies of the unconscious -- 6. The Oedipus complex -- 7. The aetiology of neurosis -- 8. Therapeutic principles of psychoanalysis -- 9. A case of neurosis in a child -- III. General aspects of psychoanalysis \/ translated from \"Allgemein Aspekte der Psychoanalyse,\" the original ms., which was published (in an anonymous translation) in Transactions of the Psycho-Medical Society (Cockermouth, England), 1913 Psychoanalysis and neurosis \/ originally published in English as \"On psychoanalysis\" in Collected papers on analytical psychology (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916) -- Some crucial points in psychoanalysis : a correspondence between Dr. Jung and Dr. Loy \/ translated from Psychotherapeutische Zeitfragen : Ein Brief-wechsel mit Dr. C.G. Jung, edited by Dr. R. Loy (Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke, 1914) -- Prefaces to Collected papers on analytical psychology \/ originally published in the book, edited by Constance E. Long (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916) -- Some crucial points in psychoanalysis : a correspondence between Dr. Jung and Dr. Loy \/ translated from Psychotherapeutische Zeitgragen : Ein Briefwechsel mit Dr. C.G. Jung, edited by Dr. R. Loy (Leipzig and Vienna: Deuticke, 1914) -- Prefaces to collected papers on analytical psychology \/ originally published in the book, edited by Constance E. Long (London: Bailliere, Tindall and Cox, 1916; 2nd edn., 1917) -- IV. The significance of the father in the destiny of the individual \/ translated from Die Bedeutung des Vaters fur das Schicksal des Einzelnen (3rd revised edn., Zurich: Rascher, 1949), including material from the 1st edn. (1909) -- Introduction to Kranefeldt\'s Secret ways of the mind \/ translated from the introduction to W.M. 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