C.G. Jung, the father of analytical psychology, explored the realms of thought and intuition. He devoted many years to an in-depth study of alchemy and closely observed the range of the occult; he was interested in anthropology and in nuclear physics. He liked to consider himself a scientist. But was Jung a “mystic”? In this volume Aniela Jaffé addresses the title question and many others in four classic essays which have never before appeared in the English language:
- Was C.G. Jung a Mystic?
- The Romantic Period in Germany
- The Individuation of Mankind
Frau Jaffé approaches her subjects from many angles, providing insights gained from her long years of close association with C.G. Jung.