Jung and the Shadow of Anti-Semitismby Aryeh Maidenbaum (Editor)
In 1989, Jungian analysts gathered at a conference in New York and in workshops at the International Association for Analytical Psychology conference in Paris to address the rumors of C. G. Jung's anti-Semitism. The papers for these events were originally published as Lingering Shadows: Jungians, Freudians, and Anti-Semitism. This revised and updated edition of that seminal publication examines both the historical merits of the rumors and the psychological implications of continued interest in this question. This work is a poignant and revealing look at how the Jungian community has reconciled the dichotomy of Jung-the-genius with Jung-the-person-living-in-the-society-of-his-time. Included are new material by Joan Dulles Buresch-Talley, Sanford L. Drob, J. Marvin Spiegelman, Jerome Bernstein, Jane Reid, Jay Sherry, plus an updated chronology and bibliographic essay. Other contributors in this anthology include: Geoffrey Cocks, Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig, Werner Engel, Micha Neumann, Paul Roazen, Marga Speicher, and Ann Belford Ulanov.
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