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
ISBN:Man and His Symbols
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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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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 ...

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  • Trevor
    May 25, 2010

    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 ...

  • John Kulm
    Apr 02, 2010

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

  • Bob Nichols
    Oct 05, 2011

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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

    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 ...

    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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

  • A.
    Jul 30, 2011

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

  • Nandakishore Varma
    Sep 13, 2011

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...

  • Jimmy Ele
    Apr 07, 2015

    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 ...

    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 ...

    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...