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"If the values of Jung's good news are to be realised, the religious horsemen of death must first be faced. Jung fingers them. They are faith, hope and charity, clothed in religious or political certitude".
|Author's Note||p. 6|
|The Matter with Jung's Father Is Still the Matter||p. 7|
|Jung's account of the father-mother relation||p. 9|
|The absence in Jung's father's faith of a foundation in immediate experience||p. 13|
|The shift to the quaternity and the ultimate incompatibility between Jung and his father on the nature of religion||p. 20|
|Jung and the White, Buber Exchanges: Exercises in Futility||p. 30|
|Interiority, Universality and Relativity: Ground Values of the Psyche||p. 43|
|Jung and the Christian Spirit: An Appreciative Undermining||p. 75|
|Accessing the Spirits: Jung and the Shamanic||p. 96|
|Toward an Apophatic Psychology: Jung's Appropriation of Meister Eckhart||p. 114|
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Series: Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts
Number Of Pages: 143
Published: 5th September 1992
Publisher: Inner City Books
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 15.2 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.181