Man and his Symbols
This is a book by Carl G. Jung, a famous Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. The book explores the role and meaning of symbols in human culture, consciousness, and unconsciousness. It also features contributions from four of Jung’s associates who elaborate on his theories. It is a rich and profound exploration of the symbolic dimension of human existence.
Publisher: Aldus Books / Jupiter Books
Date Published: 1975
Book Condition: Good softcover with surface wear, chipping to cover edges and spine, and edge wear to covers. Corner bumping to covers and spine edges. Some minor tanning to page edges. Otherwise, an unmarked copy internally.
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