A Guided Tour of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung
The influence of C.G. Jung has never been greater than it is today – extending beyond the field of analytical psychology into the realms of art, science, religion, and ecology. This book provides the long-needed road map that makes the Collected Works of C.G. Jung accessible to the many people who are fascinated by Jung’s ideas but intimidated by the sheer size and depth of his writings.
Arranged in four parts and organized by topic, it provides an entrée into each important Jungian concept through a brief explanation, followed by a list of graded readings within the Collected Works and guidance to key secondary sources. A valuable reference work, it is at the same time a highly readable basic introduction to the principal ideas of Jungian psychology.
This edition has been updated by the author to include pertinent secondary sources that have appeared since the book’s first publication.