Man and His Symbols by Carl Jung

This book is a comprehensive introduction to the world of depth psychology, exploring the significance of dreams, art, and symbols in everyday life. The author and his colleagues delve into the unconscious mind, discussing its influence on our thoughts, behaviors, and experiences. The book emphasizes the importance of understanding and interpreting symbols as a means to gain insights into our unconscious motivations, fears, and desires. It also discusses the role of archetypes and collective unconscious in shaping human behavior and culture.

The 4688th greatest book of all time


Published
1964
Nationality
Swiss
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
320-432
Words
115,000
Original Language
English

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