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Contemporary Influences of C. G. Jung's Thought


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The book is a volume of the collected works of sixteen different authors. They reflect the contemporary meaning of C. G. Jung's theory on many fields of scientific activity and in a different cultural context: Japanese, South American and North American, as well as European: English, Italian and Polish. The authors consider a specific milieu of Jung's theory and his influence or possible dialogue with contemporary ideas and scientific activity. A major task of the book will be to outline the contemporary-direct or indirect-usefulness and applicability of Jung's ideas at the beginning of the twenty-first century while simultaneously making a critical review of this theory.

Author Biography

Ilona Blocian is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Philosophy in University of Wroclaw (Poland), in the department of Philosophical Anthropology. She is the author of the article "Psychoanalytical Interpretations of Myth" (2014). Andrew Kuzmicki, Ph.D., is editor of the Polish Online Journal of Analytical Psychology and a psychotherapist. He is the author of "The Symbolism of the Self in the Theory of C.G.Jung" (2008), "Psychology and Philosophy of C.G.Jung" (2013), and "Individuation - Literature - Culture" (2013).
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November 29th, 2018
Edited by Andrew Kuzmicki Edited by Ilona Blocian
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