Jung's CW 8: Structure and dynamics of the psycheStructural forms of the feminine psyche. Notes General Note: Includes bibliographical references p. This item is only available as the following downloads: PDF. Jung Instilute Zurich. July ac 1, This structural form must not necessarily coincide with the outer form of life, nor does it imply anything regarding the character or the human and cultural level. The outer form of life may be chosen for other than purely constitutional reasons e.
Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 8 : Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche
Jung, translated by R. A revised translation of one of the most important of Jung' s longer works. The volume also contains an appendix of four shorter papers on psychological typology, published between Jung, Volume 8 by C. Ships from and sold by Amazon.
Cwik introduces the basic elements of the psyche as described by Jung: persona, ego, shadow, complex, the Self, archetype, and collective unconscious. Part of the set Intensive Overview of Analytical Psychology , which includes the following lectures:. Click Here to Listen to a Sample. Your browser does not support the audio element. Cwik is a clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist and senior diplomate Jungian Analyst in private practice in the Chicago area. After studying Chemistry as an undergraduate, he entered military service and then changed his career path to psychology. He provides videoconferencing supervision and analysis.
Jung , a series of books published by Princeton University Press in the U. It is a revised translation of one of Jung's most important longer works. There is an appendix of four shorter papers on personality type , published between and This volume traces an important line of development in Jung's thought from onwards. It first elaborates Freud's concept of sexual libido into Jung's own concept: psychic energy.
General remarks on the energic point of view in psychology. In: Jung, C. Jung, Vol. It is generally recognized that physical events can be looked at from a mechanistic or from an energic standpoint. The mechanistic view is purely causal and is concerned with the moving substance itself, the energic view, on the other hand, is final: it is not founded on the substances themselves but on the relations of the movement of substances. A third conception, which is a compromise of mechanistic and energic, gives rise to many theoretical hybrids but yields a relatively faithful picture of reality. It is mentioned in closing that all explanatory principles are only points of view depending less upon the objective behavior of things than upon the psychological attitude of the investigator and thinker.