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[专业出版物] Psychology of the Unconscious 荣格/无意识心理学:力比多的变形与象征

Psychology of the Unconscious 荣格/无意识心理学:力比多的变形与象征

Psychology of the Unconscious: A Study of the Transformations and Symbolisms of the Libido4 X4 Y2 n4 w( x; U2 w
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Breaking from Freud by allowing for nonsexual psychic forces driving the libido, Carl Jung made a more lasting name for himself than did his mentor. Psychology of the Unconscious is a prodigious leap away from Freud's dictatorial constraints, exploring the mythic aspects of our interior lives in exquisite detail. While he sometimes sacrifices readability for erudition, this is no failing for the interested student, who strives to follow Jung as he moves from Norse mythology to Shakespeare to Sanskrit etymology quickly but seamlessly. Focusing in particular on the vivid dream and fantasy life of "Miss Miller," he often uses her words as a kind of airstrip from which to take off on his own flights of imagination, always careful to stay focused on analysis and understanding and limited only by his exhaustive knowledge.: O* f* `+ n! Q

. R- ^2 {. o' e! O7 \$ T" v9 D* zHaving demonstrated to his own satisfaction that the libido (the energy of the unconscious) transcends sex, Jung sets about showing the reader how it is so. Never denying Freud's crucial insights into sexual history and fantasies, he goes beyond them to tell a story prefiguring mythicists like Joseph Campbell's. The libido becomes a hero, escaping from confinement, having multifarious adventures in the world, but always returning to the source of its power--the unconscious--in dreams and imagination. This powerful, elastic theory is still in use today, and Jung's Psychology of the Unconscious deservedly takes its place among those books that have most greatly influenced the way we think about ourselves. --Rob Lightner --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Jung is readable in this first exciting bloom of his extraordinary journey into the unconscious. -- Review --This text refers to the pa-perback edition.$ k2 L1 P- e8 T. p& E5 ]7 R

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荣格Carl Gustav Jung,(1875~1961),瑞士心理学家和精神分析医师,分析心理学的创立者。荣格是一个智力早熟的人,他性格孤僻,想象力丰富。十几岁时就广泛阅读过古希腊罗马哲学家、中世纪经院神学家以及近代哲学家黑格尔、康德、叔本华、尼采等人的著作。早期曾和S.弗洛伊德合作。后来,由于观点的不同,两人的关系终于破裂。他的分析心理学因集体无意识和心理类型的理论而声名远扬。
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荣格认为集体无意识反映了人类在以往历史进化过程中的集体经验。人从出生那天起,集体无意识的内容已给他的行为提供了一套预先形成的模式,这便决定了知觉和行为的选择性。我们之所以能够很容易地以某种方式感知到某些东西并对它作出反应,正是因为这些东西早已先天地存在于我们的集体无意识之中。集体无意识一词的原意即是最初的模式,所有与之类似的事物都模仿这一模式。

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荣格的第一本著作,也是荣格之歌学术生涯的起点和序章。
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这本书出来之后,荣格和弗洛伊德就分裂了。
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& W+ l( p; g7 z其核心在于俩人对力比多的观点。
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就是这本书吗?荣格公开指出佛罗伊德的错误
8 q% b5 A3 D* ^; D2 N* F是英文版吗?这个谜题还是留到以后再揭开吧(偶现在不能下载)
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值得一看,毕竟是被佛洛依德称为天才的荣格~~~
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