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Personality types : Jung's model of typology

Personality types : Jung's model of typology

Author: Daryl Sharp
Publisher: Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, ©1987.
Series: Studies in Jungian psychology, 31.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sharp, Daryl, 1936-
Personality types.
Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, ©1987
Named Person: C G Jung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daryl Sharp
ISBN: 0919123309 9780919123304
OCLC Number: 18990118
Description: 123 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Editorial note --
Foreword to the first Swiss edition --
Forewords to the seventh and eighth Swiss editions --
Foreword to the Argentine edition --
Introduction --
I. Problem of types in the history of classical and medieval thought --
Psychology in the classical age : the Gnostics, Tertullian, Origen ; Theological disputes of the ancient church ; Problem of transubstantiation ; Nominalism and realism ; Holy communion controversy between Luther and Zwingli --
II. Schiller's ideas on the type problem --
Letters on the aesthetic education of man ; Discussion on naive and sentimental poetry --
III. Apollinian and the Dionysian --
IV. Type problem in human character --
General remarks on Jordan's types ; Special description and criticism of Jordan's types --
V. Type problem in poetry : Carl Spitteler : Prometheus and Epimetheus --
Introductory remarks on Spitteler's typology ; Comparison of Spitteler's with Goethe's Prometheus ; Significance of the uniting symbol ; Relativity of the symbol ; Nature of the uniting symbol in Spitteler --
VI. Type problem in psychopathology --
VII. Type problem in aesthetics --
VIII. Type problem in modern philosophy --
William James' types ; Characteristic pairs of opposites in James' types ; General criticism of James' typology --
IX. Type problem in Biography ; X. General description of the types --
Introduction ; Extroverted type ; Introverted type --
XI. Definitions --
Epilogue --
Four papers on psychological typology.
Series Title: Studies in Jungian psychology, 31.
Responsibility: Daryl Sharp.
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