Happy Birthday, C.G. Jung!

Carl Gustav Jung, the Swiss psychologist, was born July 26, 1875 and became the founder of analytical psychology. Jung’s well known concepts about archetype, the collective unconscious and synchronicity continue to marvel modern readers.  Princeton University Press is the proud publisher of  C.G. Jung and many titles about Jung.  For more information about Jung and his works, check out these links:

Collected Works of C.G. Jung
The first collected edition, in English translation, of the writings of the late Swiss psychologist.
http://press.princeton.edu/catalogs/series/bscwj.html

Jung Seminars
A selection from the transcripts of Jung’s unpublished private Seminars given during the 1920s and 1930s, with editorial notes that explain allusions and correlate the material with the Collected Works.
http://press.princeton.edu/catalogs/series/bsjs.html

Jung Extracts
Paperback editions of C.G. Jung’s writings chosen from the Collected Works. The excerpts are selected and grouped thematically to introduce Jung’s writings on issues and themes of contemporary interest.
http://press.princeton.edu/catalogs/series/bsjex.html

Encountering Jung
Encountering Jung presents selections from all the published works of C. G. Jung on subjects of continuing interest to contemporary readers, especially in the areas of psychology, spirituality, and personal growth. The texts have been chosen and presented by leading Jungian writers and analysts with the purpose of introducing Jung’s thought to a new generation of readers.
http://press.princeton.edu/catalogs/series/ej.html

Comments

  1. I recommend Jung Extracts. It’s a great sampling of Jung’s writings. It may leave you wanting more though!! :)

  2. I conveniently found “The Red Book” (out of all places, on “Law & Order” and had to purchase it – highly recommended.

  3. I found the Red Book also on Amazon. Love it.

  4. Sarah Jenkins says:

    I recommend Having a Life by Jonathan Winther. He is so Freudish.