Claire Dunne is an author, a broadcaster, and a producer who has lectured extensively on Carl Jung. She is the author of People Under the Skin and Mary MacKillop: No Plaster Saint. Olivier Bernier is a historian and a lecturer. He is the author of The Eighteenth Century Woman, Fireworks at Dusk: Paris in the Thirties, and Louis the Beloved: The Life of Louis XV. Jean Houston is a lecturer, a philosopher, and a scholar active in the human potential movement. She is the author of Limitless Mind; The Possible Human: A Course in Enhancing Your Physical, Mental, and Creative Abilities; and The Wizard of Us: Transformational Lessons from Oz. She lives in Ashland, Oregon.
Carl Jung: Psiquiatra pionero, artesano del almaby Claire Dunne, Olivier Bernier (Prologue by), Jean Houston (Introduction)
Offering a unique insight into the life and work of Carl Jung, this book features his paintings, excerpts from his journals and letters, and commentary from his contemporaries. A fascinating and accessible companion to more academic editions of his work, this biography sheds light on the cultures, environments, and people that shaped this great thinker. Accompanied
Offering a unique insight into the life and work of Carl Jung, this book features his paintings, excerpts from his journals and letters, and commentary from his contemporaries. A fascinating and accessible companion to more academic editions of his work, this biography sheds light on the cultures, environments, and people that shaped this great thinker. Accompanied by commentary from the author, the words of Jung himself and of those who shared his work and private life—including his mentor, Sigmund Freud; his wife, Emma Jung; and his assistant and lover, Toni Wolff—are presented verbatim, and photographs of Jung, his associates, and the places in which he lived and worked are interspersed throughout the biography.
Ofreciendo una visión única de la vida y obra de Carl Jung, este libro presenta sus pinturas, extractos de sus diarios y cartas y comentarios de sus contemporáneos. Un complemento fascinante y asequible a ediciones más académicas de su labor, esta biografía arroja luz sobre las culturas, los ambientes y las personas que ayudaron a formar a este gran pensador. Acompañadas por comentarios de la autora, las palabras de Jung mismo y de aquéllos quienes compartieron su trabajo y su vida privada—incluyendo su mentor, Sigmund Freud; su esposa, Emma Jung; y su asistente y amante, Toni Wolff—están presentadas palabra por palabra, y fotografías de Jung, sus asociados y los lugares en los cuales vivió y trabajó están intercaladas a lo largo de la biografía.
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