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Jung Lexicon takes the reader to the source.

Jung lexicon: A primer of terms & concepts C. G. Jung died in 1961, without ever having presented a systematic summary of his psychology. For the past thirty years his ideas have been explained, explored and amplified by thousands of others, with varying results. Jung Lexicon takes the reader to the source. It was designed for those seeking an understanding of relevant terms and concepts as they were used by Jung himself. Above all, he demonstrated how the remarkable book Thus Spake Zarathustra illustrates both Nietzsche's genius and his neurotic and prepsychotic tendencies.

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Basically a dictionary-style book of Jungian terms and concepts (although descriptions are longer than a dictionary . Daryl Sharp has done something important here

Basically a dictionary-style book of Jungian terms and concepts (although descriptions are longer than a dictionary typically are) - great as a quick reference. Daryl Sharp has done something important here. This would very helpful to someone just getting his legs for the endless path of individuation.

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Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms & Concepts Studies in Jungian Psychology; 47. Canada. University of Toronto. Siegel, . and Weinberger, J. (2009). Very brief exposure: The effects of unreportable stimuli on fearful behavior. Consciousness and Cognition, 18(4), 939-951 Sid, . and Stanislas, D. (2007).

The clothbound Jung Lexicon can be purchased directly from Inner City Books. A Primer of Terms & Concepts. There are choice extracts from Jung's Collected Works, but no references to other writers. Jung Lexicon is not a critique or a defence of Jung's thoughts, but a guide to its richness and an illustration of the broad scope and interrelationship of his interests.

Book in the Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts Series). Select Format: Paperback.

Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms & Concepts. p. 119. ^ Jung, Emma & von Franz, Marie-Louise. The Grail Legend, Princeton University Press. 98. ^ a b Self, Culture, & Society Class, 2015. Kroeber & Kluckholn, 1963, p. 357. ^ Markus, Hazel . Kitayama, Shinobu (April 1991).

Comments

allegro allegro
This tome exceeded my expectations. The author clearly cites sources for his statements about Jung's concepts, with exact notations of Jung's actual writing. I found Jung's universal archetypes to be a useful framework for understanding the process of individuation.
unmasked unmasked
Basically a dictionary-style book of Jungian terms and concepts (although descriptions are longer than a dictionary typically are) - great as a quick reference.
Anararius Anararius
Fantastic overview of Jungian thought. Required reading for my masters degree in psychology. Complete with references to source material. Extremely useful if you're a beginner, pretty basic for those who have been around a while.
Obong Obong
Life saver for depth psychology especially at Pacifica Graduate Institute!
Kaghma Kaghma
Daryl Sharp has done something important here. He has accumulated the key aspects of jungian terms and concepts so that they are available for ready reference and masterfully interconnected as well. This would very helpful to someone just getting his legs for the endless path of individuation.
Jum Jum
This book is welcome as it contains terms and definitions as given by Jung about his Analytical Psychology. Other authors are also referred to. The book arrived in the set time and in an excellent condition. Thanks.
Malien Malien
I bought this book several years ago as I was getting into Jung. I found it then, and now, to be an invaluable reference work. Each entry includes a one sentence line defining the terms, then usually one or two quotes from Jung, and then the author's analysis of the term. Daryl Sharp has done an excellent job of finding the most concise and direct quotes from Jung which explain his terms. He has also included several diagrams which I found very helpful. The index is very thorough as well, and contains all the cross references to the terms in the book. Like I said, I return to this book time and time again and I consider it to be one of the essential books in my own Jung library. I cannot imagine trying to understand Jung without this type of book, and I would highly recommend it especially for newcomers to Jung but also for seasoned pros.
This book is an absolute necessity for any lay-person studying Jung. Sharp not only defines terms but cites passages from Jung's collected works and letters to elucidate them. Anyone who has read Jung knows that the reading and comprehension are impossible unless you go slowly, read with a dictionary, look up all references. You are not going to simply pick the stuff up along the way, and Jung does not slow down and re-explain thoughts later on. He expects his readers to keep up with him. Therefore, we need a book like this for constant reference.

HOWEVER, and this is for Mr. Sharp: I held short on giving this book 5 stars because what we really need is for someone to write a lexicon which also includes the Latin and Greek and French and German phrases that Jung scatters throughout his work. You only do a little in this area, so you leave a lot of the painstaking work up to us. I try to translate the best I can, but I really need a COMPLETE reference guide--until I get that, though, this book is indispensible!