"Jung's anthropological studies, his concepts of the archetypes and the collective unconscious, did inevitably make him take stands in contemporary political conflicts and he developed a number of sociological and political ideas. Although Professor Odajnyk has not refrained from honestly giving his own views, he gives in his book a very valuable survey of Jung's attitude toward anthropological and political questions."
-Marie-Louise von Franz, "from the Foreword"
"Contents": The Origin of Culture and Politics * Psychic Inflation * Mass Psyche and Mass Man * The Individual and the State * Politics and the Unconscious * The German Case * The End of Politics * The Future of Man * Jung and Freud * A word about Democracy
|Paperback Book, 212 pages||English|
|Authors Choice Press (Dec. 5th, 2007)||Unknown|
|9780595474516||6.00 x 9.00 x 0.48 inches|
|Psychology Research Methodology|