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by Erich Neumann

  • ISBN: 0691034737
  • Category: Psychology
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Erich Neumann
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press (May 4, 1994)
  • Pages: 524
  • ePub book: 1514 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1976 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 816

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Neumann's insight of this intricate psychology is impressive. I read this book a couple of years ago so I have a difficult time recalling particular passages. What did strike me though was how the fear of the feminine, is so often morphed into the blaming of 'woman.

Neumann's insight of this intricate psychology is impressive. What I took from this book is that the fear of the feminine, is the fear of coming to consciousness, a fear of developing a deeper relationship to one's self or soul. Unfortunately, this fear of the feminine principal often becomes distorted and turned into humanity's fear of 'woman

These essays by the famous analytical psychologist and student of creativity Erich Neumann belong in the context of. .Mozart’s Magic Flute, the meaning of the earth archetype for modern times, and the fear of the feminine.

These essays by the famous analytical psychologist and student of creativity Erich Neumann belong in the context of the depth psychology of culture and reveal a prescient concern about th. In Mozart’s fantastic world, Neumann saw a true Auseinandersetzung - the conflict and coming-to-terms with each other of the matriarchal and the patriarchal worlds. com/?book 0691034737.

Unfortunately, this fear of the feminine principal often becomes Neumann's insight of this . Erich Neumann was a psychologist, writer, and one of Carl Jung's most gifted students. Neumann received his P.

Unfortunately, this fear of the feminine principal often becomes Neumann's insight of this intricate psychology is impressive. Unfortunately, this fear of the feminine principal often becomes distorted and turned into humanity's fear of 'woman. from the University of Berlin in 1927.

The Great Mother: An Analysis of the Archetype (German: Die große Mutter. Der Archetyp des grossen Weiblichen) is a book about mother goddesses by the psychologist Erich Neumann. The dedication reads, "To C. G. Jung friend and master in his eightieth year". Although Neumann completed the German manuscript in Israel in 1951, The Great Mother was first published in English in 1955. The work has been seen as an enduring contribution to literature inspired by Jung.

Erich Neumann (Hebrew: אריך נוימן‎; 23 January 1905 – 5 November 1960), was a psychologist, philosopher, writer, and student of Carl Jung. Neumann was born in Berlin to a Jewish family. He received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in 1927 and then continued to study medicine at the University of Berlin, where he acquired his first degree in medicine in 1933. In 1934 Neumann and his wife Julia, who had been Zionists since they were teenagers, moved to Tel Aviv.

Neumann's insight of this intricate psychology simply amazed me.

Development 3 The fear of the feminine and other essays on feminine psychology, Erich Neumann .

Development 3 The fear of the feminine and other essays on feminine psychology, Erich Neumann; translated from the German by Boris II. The Moon and Matriarchal Consciousness 64 p. c. (Essays Matthews. v. 4) (Bollingen series; LXI, 4) III. On Mozart's "Magic Flute". 119 Includes bibliographical references and index.

These essays by the famous analytical psychologist and student of creativity Erich Neumann belong in the context of the depth psychology of culture and reveal a prescient concern about the one-sidedness of patriarchal Western civilization. Neumann recommended a "cultural therapy" that he thought would redress a "fundamental ignorance" about feminine and masculine psychology, and he looked for societal healing to a "matriarchal consciousness" that forms the bridge between the feminine and the creative.

Erich Neumann (author). Brought together here for the first time, the essays in the book discuss the psychological stages of woman's development, the moon and matriarchal consciousness, Mozart's Magic Flute, the meaning of the earth archetype for modern times, and the fear of the feminine. Developing such a synthesis of the feminine and the masculine in the psychic reality of the individual and of the collective was, he argued, one of the fundamental, future-oriented tasks of both the society and the individual. Publisher: Princeton University Press ISBN: 9780691034737 Number of pages: 312 Weight: 340 g Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 19 mm.

The first of Erich Neumann's works to be translated into English, this eloquent book draws on a full range of world .

The first of Erich Neumann's works to be translated into English, this eloquent book draws on a full range of world mythology to show that individual consciousness undergoes the same archetypal stages of development as has human consciousness as a whole. Neumann, one of Jung's most creative students and a renowned practitioner of analytical psychology in his own right, shows how the stages begin and end with the symbol of the Uroboros, or tail-eating serpent. Among his other works in Princeton's Bollingen series are Fear of the Feminine, Amor and Psyche: The Psychic Development of the Feminine, The Great Mother, and The Archetypal World of Henry Moore.

These essays by the famous analytical psychologist and student of creativity Erich Neumann belong in the context of the depth psychology of culture and reveal a prescient concern about the one-sidedness of patriarchal Western civilization. Neumann recommended a "cultural therapy" that he thought would redress a "fundamental ignorance" about feminine and masculine psychology, and he looked for societal healing to a "matriarchal consciousness" that forms the bridge between the feminine and the creative.

Brought together here for the first time, the essays in the book discuss the psychological stages of woman's development, the moon and matriarchal consciousness, Mozart's Magic Flute, the meaning of the earth archetype for modern times, and the fear of the feminine. In Mozart's fantastic world, Neumann saw a true Auseinandersetzung--the conflict and coming-to-terms with each other of the matriarchal and the patriarchal worlds. Developing such a synthesis of the feminine and the masculine in the psychic reality of the individual and of the collective was, he argued, one of the fundamental, future-oriented tasks of both the society and the individual.

Comments

Drelahuginn Drelahuginn
A very insightful piece of work on women's psychology and spirituality. After reading it, I have a new respect for the feminine point of view which is separate and different from the masculine and completely autonomous.
Cordanara Cordanara
Every paragraph has meat on it. Brilliant
Beabandis Beabandis
As a analytical psychotherapist I come upon many cases in which the deep issue was the fear of the opposite gender. This fear involved the way the mother unconsciously treat the the boy, and the way the partners in couple treat each-other. Erich Neumann's perspective is useful and gives a clear image for professionals and for nonprofessionals altogether.
Tantil Tantil
Erich Neumann, a Jungian, has written an excellent book on the archetypal 'fear of the feminine' which has exhibited itself in humanity's psyche throughout history. This is a compelling book and a great read.
terostr terostr
Slow reading but knowledgeable, and worth the energy. Especially the Last chapter about the growing from the womb to adulthood.
Uttegirazu Uttegirazu
Absorbing intriguing kind of stuff that help the relationships between man and woman.biology is challenged herewith .one wonders whether there is such a thing as feminity and masculinity.but no point in despairing as long as one simply accepts tolerates respects.is it transmutation?education is vital not the sort of education that implies exams tests but life living enjoying suffering etc
Daigrel Daigrel
This is essential reading to understand the psychological challenges of our time.
No-one has better expressed the issues or given such clarity to the vexing
question... why it is necessary to love.
Neumann's insight of this intricate psychology is impressive. I read this book a couple of years ago so I have a difficult time recalling particular passages. What did strike me though was how the fear of the feminine, is so often morphed into the blaming of 'woman.' What I took from this book is that the fear of the feminine, is the fear of coming to consciousness, a fear of developing a deeper relationship to one's self or soul. Unfortunately, this fear of the feminine principal often becomes distorted and turned into humanity's fear of 'woman.' What is feared, ultimately, is what grants freedom. In other words, like Eve, the feminine principal may seduce, but it is in the call to higher consciousness.