Man and His Symbols

Man and His Symbols

Illustrated throughout with revealing images, this is the first and only work in which the world-famous Swiss psychologist explains to the layperson his enormously influential theory of symbolism as revealed in dreams....

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Title:Man and His Symbols
Author:C.G. Jung
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Genres:Psychology
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:432 pages pages

Man and His Symbols Reviews

  • Ali
    Aug 18, 2007

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

  • Trevor
    May 25, 2010

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

  • Lyla Rose
    Dec 20, 2007

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

  • Flan
    Feb 16, 2008

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

  • John Kulm
    Apr 02, 2010

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

  • Alex
    Jun 21, 2009

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

  • Mel
    Apr 24, 2013

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

  • Bob Nichols
    Oct 05, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

  • Owen Spencer
    Jul 22, 2010

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

  • Erwin Maack
    Jan 25, 2016

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

  • Stanislav Sokolenko
    Apr 02, 2012

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

    Life changing! ...

    "The general function of dreams is to try to restore our psychological balance by producing dream material that re-establishes in a subtle way the total psychic equilibrium". ("O how I dreamt of things impossible" by William Blake) Carl Gustav Jung, 26 July 1875 ? 6 June...

    ?i tìm phiên b?n sách ti?ng Anh c?a cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" - C.G Jung (?ã xu?t b?n ? Vi?t Nam) mãi mà không th?y. Cu?i cùng m?i phát hi?n ra, cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" là m?t ph?n trong cu?n này "Man and His Symbols", gi?ng n...

    ????? ? ???? ???? ????? ? ????????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??? ???? ???? . ?? ?????? ??? ?? ??? ??? ?? ????...

    While I can appreciate some of the discussion on the importance of the unconscious and its evolutionary ramifications, this book was of little redeeming value. My biggest problem was its heavy use of anecdotal 'evidence.' Throughout the book, the authors were able to draw convenient ex...

  • Amber
    Dec 01, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

  • Steven Fogel
    Jun 07, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

  • David Fleming
    Jul 02, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

  • A.
    Jul 30, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

  • Víctor Sampayo
    Apr 21, 2015

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

  • Karen
    Dec 29, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

  • Kevin Fuller
    Sep 26, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

  • Owlseyes
    Jul 26, 2017

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

    Life changing! ...

    "The general function of dreams is to try to restore our psychological balance by producing dream material that re-establishes in a subtle way the total psychic equilibrium". ("O how I dreamt of things impossible" by William Blake) Carl Gustav Jung, 26 July 1875 ? 6 June...

  • Nandakishore Varma
    Sep 13, 2011

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

  • Natacha Pavlov
    Apr 13, 2013

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

  • Newton Nitro
    Jun 07, 2016

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

  • hayatem
    Feb 11, 2018

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

  • Jernej
    May 06, 2012

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

  • Niloofar Haydari
    Jan 18, 2014

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

    Life changing! ...

    "The general function of dreams is to try to restore our psychological balance by producing dream material that re-establishes in a subtle way the total psychic equilibrium". ("O how I dreamt of things impossible" by William Blake) Carl Gustav Jung, 26 July 1875 ? 6 June...

    ?i tìm phiên b?n sách ti?ng Anh c?a cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" - C.G Jung (?ã xu?t b?n ? Vi?t Nam) mãi mà không th?y. Cu?i cùng m?i phát hi?n ra, cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" là m?t ph?n trong cu?n này "Man and His Symbols", gi?ng n...

    ????? ? ???? ???? ????? ? ????????? ??????? ???????? ??????? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ??? ???? ???? . ?? ?????? ??? ?? ??? ??? ?? ????...

  • Philippe Malzieu
    Mar 17, 2014

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

  • Jimmy Ele
    Apr 07, 2015

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

  • Sohaib
    Feb 15, 2017

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

  • Mitra Cline
    Nov 17, 2014

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

    Life changing! ...

  • TLA ThÆ°
    Nov 01, 2017

    My university professors never introduced me to Carl Jung. I understand why, I guess, but it's a shame that I didn't read Jung's work until now. Jungian psychology is amazing. It addresses the unconscious and the "self"/"psyche" in a unique and enlightening way. And, unlike most other ...

    I have a strange love / hate relationship with Jung. There are so many things about him that I find utterly fascinating and then others that I think are just crazy. I would rather think one thing or the other, but since he was obsessed with dualities, perhaps he would be happy with my ...

    This is one of the three books which influenced my literary and mythical outlook (The Hero With a Thousand Faces and The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales being the other two). All my life, I have been fascinated by symbols and their near-universality: the ...

    ??? ????? ???? ? ????? ????? ?? ?????? ???? ?? "????? ? ????? ????" ??? ?????? ?????? ???. ?? ??? ??? ???? ??? ?? ??? ????? "???? ?? ??? ????" ?? ???? ???? ??? ?? ...

    Ultimately, never forget what Jung himself admitted : ?There is no Archimedean point from which to judge, since the psyche is indistinguishable from its manifestations. The psyche is the object of psychology, and -fatally enough- also its subject. There is no getting away from this f...

    I love this book, although the used "Dell" edition I bought is falling apart. I'll have to buy another copy. The book has much to say about dreams and art. I'm adding some quotes from the book to the review I posted a few days ago. If you think about the following quote while viewi...

    This was my first book on Jung and it had me hooked. The introduction states that this book was written with the simple, typical reader in mind?which makes this particular volume easy to read. I?m definitely keen on wanting to read more of Jung?s work now, however I?ve heard th...

    If you want to get an idea of Jungian philosophy and method of analysis especially when it comes to dream interpretation then I highly recommend this book. To Jung, dreams carry significant meaning for each individual person. Every symbol in Jungian dream analysis can mean something di...

    This is a collection of essays on Jungian thought. The initial essay was written by Jung, who also approved the other essays (as true to his thinking) shortly before his death in 1961. The Jungian approach integrates the unconscious and the conscious so that individuals can be whole...

    ?? ??????? ??? ????? ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ????? ???????? ?? ???????. "??? ?????????? ??????? ? ????????? ??????? ?? ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ?? ????? ?????...

    Se você, às vezes, não sabe porque agiu desta ou daquela forma, aqui você encontra uma oportunidade, uma tentativa apaixonada, e séria, de explicação. É tão potente o livro que você começará a notar ou anotar seus sonhos para aprender a lhes aplicar alguma razão, ou entend...

    I am still reading this one. I'm a slow reader when it comes to non-fiction but this book is absolutely RIVETING. I had no idea that psychology could feel so... supernatural. ** ** *** My copy is a very old, tiny and densely printed copy I got for free from a psychology lib...

    Man and His Symbols (O Homem e Seus Símbolos) ? C.G. Jung | Dell, 1968, 432 pages | Lido de 07.06.16 a 08.06.16 SINOPSE Inspirado em um sonho do autor e concluído apenas dez dias antes de sua morte, ?O homem e seus símbolos? constitui uma tentativa de expor os princípios ...

    A symbol, Jung explains, is a word, picture, photograph, statue, etc. that always signifies something much larger than what we immediately know, and therefore points to the unconscious. In this book, Jung first introduces us (the lay public) to the unconscious and it's machinations ...

    Sigmund or Gustav? Gustav of course. If I had to do analysis, I choose jung psychanalysis. Sigmund brought back all to sexuality, Gustav spoke to him about the desire in all his forms. At the end of his life, he widened his work by studying mythologies and the religions. He highlights ...

    No review can give this book its due! Reading it is indispensable. Basically, it presents an outline of Jung's work for the general reader. The emphasis is on dream symbols that emerge from the depths of the unconscious, providing guidance for the individual depending on his psychol...

    Jung's theories of psychology have always fascinated me. The idea of archetypes and the collective unconscious make perfect sense to me, though I imagine that anyone who has been devouring stories longer than she's been devouring solid food will find it natural to have them applied to ...

    Jung wrote it near the end of his life to describe his work to laypeople. One of Jung's major contributions to our understanding of our consciousness is the importance of dreams. In Man and His Symbols, he writes about what he learned about his own dreams and what he learned about drea...

    One of those books that changes the way I look at the world. ...

    En este libro, el último que escribiera Carl Gustav Jung, ayudado de su más cercano círculo de colaboradores, su psicología está presentada de una manera perfectamente comprensible para cualquier lector. El papel de los símbolos en el inconsciente humano está explicado mediante ...

    The thing I enjoyed the most about this book was the fact that it had so many interesting images with equally interesting blurbs explaining how they fit in with the various articles and theories that were being written about. The images were beautiful and they enhanced my enjoyment of ...

    MAN AND HIS SYMBOLS This ranks as one of the most interesting nonfiction books I've read. Jung's theories and capabilities to generalize across cultures and through time are nothing short of astounding. Much of this information is so dense that it gave me the feeling of learning...

    The first chapter, written by C.G. Jung himself is wonderful. The other chapters quickly become repetitive and redundant, with too many examples and too little clarification, completely confusing you by the end of the first half of the book. The ending is however quite interesting. I ...

    Thinly disguised Christian rubbish. Shockingly irrational at times; of course, Jung can get away with any unfounded cognitive leaps because in the text he emphasizes spontaneity over reason. Does such a sentiment unconsciously hide his own difficulties in creating a well-structured, co...

    Dated and sexist. ...

    Life changing! ...

    "The general function of dreams is to try to restore our psychological balance by producing dream material that re-establishes in a subtle way the total psychic equilibrium". ("O how I dreamt of things impossible" by William Blake) Carl Gustav Jung, 26 July 1875 ? 6 June...

    ?i tìm phiên b?n sách ti?ng Anh c?a cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" - C.G Jung (?ã xu?t b?n ? Vi?t Nam) mãi mà không th?y. Cu?i cùng m?i phát hi?n ra, cu?n "Th?m dò ti?m th?c" là m?t ph?n trong cu?n này "Man and His Symbols", gi?ng n...