C. G. Jung: His Myth in Our Time (Studies in Jungian by Marie-Luise von Franz

By Marie-Luise von Franz

Either a special biographical portrait of Jung, as someone and as an highbrow pioneer, and a background of the expansion and improvement of 1 person's inventive powers, this e-book is a facsimile variation of a quantity initially released in 1975 .

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He was the green or black god of the underworld and also embodied the spirit of vegetation.  347.  He loved to let his guests guess what ingredients had gone into a soup or a sauce; I remember a boeuf braisé à la marseillaise with a sauce of sixteen ingredients! 36 That is, translator, interpreter.  211/201.  Rather like Goethe's "God­nature," Jung referred to nature as "God's world"—an overwhelming mystery all around us, full of the most wonderful and awesome events and forms.  359/330.  90/95.

She is at present preparing for publication a study of the Gilgamesh epic.  Since my contemporaries, understandably, could not perceive my vision, they saw only a fool rushing ahead.  I had to obey an inner law....  A creative person has 25 See The Inner World of Man, The Inner World of Childhood and The Inner World of Choice.  Her psychological interpretation of the frescoes in the Villa dei Mysterii in Pompeii is still to be published. 27 See Die Anima als Schicksalsproblem des Mannes.  See also Jung and Jaffé, Memories, Dreams, Reflections.

144/142.  85.  94ff.  Whyte, The Unconscious before Freud.  336ff/309ff. Page 46 27 us in inner images.  935.  for example, Detlev von Uslar, Der Traum als Welt, concerning the difficulties of understanding consciousness without empirical knowledge of the dream.  723, 770, 792 and 830.  In most cases a second or even a third function will also be developed (in the diagram above, the two functions to the right and left of the principal function), but the 30 Fantasy can find expression via thinking, feeling, intuition and perceptions and is therefore probably an ability sui generis, with deep roots in the unconscious.

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