This influential 1916 collection of essays, many gathered for the first time in English, includes Jung’s writings and letters on character, the unconscious, childhood, creativity, the occult, mysticism, somnambulism, hysteria, association, dreams (including number dreams), rumors, the father, psychoses, dementia, psychological types, the scientific basis of psychoanalysis, “New Paths in Psychology,” and more.
About the Author
Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was a Swiss psychologist. As a young man, he became fascinated by psychoanalysis and worked closely with Sigmund Freud before founding his own school of psychology, known as analytic psychology. One of his innovative theories was that the unconscious is, by nature, religious. Jung had a profound influence on psychology and the arts.