Modern Man in Search of a Soul

  title={Modern Man in Search of a Soul},
  author={Carl Gustav Jung},
  • C. Jung
  • Published 1 July 1934
  • Psychology
  • Nature
THIS is a translation of a collection of eleven essays, of which ten were originally given as lectures, by Dr. C. G. Jung. They cover various not very closely related topics, to which a certain coherence is given by the general outlook of the analytical psychology of the author. With the exception of three, they are critical of the psychoanalytic views of Freud. The general purport of the book is given in the translator's preface, and. may be summarised thus. We are on the verge of a spiritual… 
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