Projection And Re-Collection In Jungian Psychology / Edition 1

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"Marie Louise von Franz's Projection and Re-Collection is thorough in its wide-ranging exploration as both a map and a guide to the recognition and reclaiming of projection. Von Franz skillfully brings theory to life as she builds on and further develops C.G. Jung's research on projection". -- Julia Jewett Jungian Analyst

"The book is stimulating in going to the core of psychotherapeutic work, and invites a response from psychotherapists in general and from Jungian analysts in particular". -- San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal

"My book tries to describe the phehomenon of projection and how a projection can be withdrawn and integrated."--Marie-Louise von Franz

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780875484174
  • Publisher: Open Court Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 12/19/1985
  • Series: Reality of the Psyche Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 700,341
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 8.26 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
1 Definition of Projection 1
Projection in Everyday Life 1
The Five Stages in the Withdrawal of Projections 9
Projection and Projectile 19
Subjective Level and Objective Level 25
Possession and Loss of Soul 28
2 The Withdrawal of Projections in Religious Hermeneutics 35
The Approach of the Gods to Men 35
Allegory in the Gnosis and in Early Christianity 40
Typos in Origen and the Early Middle Ages 43
Signs of Schism in the Second Millennium 47
3 Projection and Scientific Hypotheses 53
The First Principle 53
The Infinite Sphere as God, Cosmos, and Soul 57
Particles, Elements, and Causality 61
Energy and Field of Force 66
Psyche and Matter 73
4 The Hypothesis of the Collective Unconscious 77
The Model 77
The Multiple Unity of the Collective Unconscious 84
The Polar Nature of the Collective Unconscious 89
5 The Evil Demons 95
Exorcism of Devils or Integration of Complexes? 95
The Demons of Antiquity 107
The Demons in Christianity 111
The Problem of the Relation of the Archetypes to the Subject 116
6 The Great Mediating Daimons 122
Psyche and Eros in Apuleius 122
The Masculine Companion in Woman's Psyche 134
7 The Inner Companion 143
The Guardian Spirit 143
The Inner Companion in Hermetic Philosophy and in Alchemy 150
8 Consciousness and Inner Wholeness 160
The Return 160
The Eye as Symbol of "Insight" 165
Re-Collection 169
Individuation and Relatedness 174
9 Reflection 179
The Original Meanings of Reflection 179
Fourfold Mirroring 186
Mirroring of Psyche and Matter (Synchronicity) 189
Notes 200
Bibliography 233
Index 241
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