Fundamental Psychological Conceptions

Jung (Carl Gustav)

Fundamental Psychological Conceptions

A Report of Five Lectures given under the auspices of the Institute of Medical Psychology, Malet Place, London, W.C.1. September 30 - October 4, 1935. [The Tavistock Lectures].

Description: COPY No. 24 of an unspecified limitation, title-page and colophon typeset, the text 'duplicated' from a typescript, printed on rectos only, paper watermarked WEMCO, 15 diagrams in the text, minor foxing at either end, ff. [iii, including initial blank], iii, 235, [1, on verso], 4to, original cloth backed boards, a little rubbed and worn, edges a little browned, stamp in 3 places, including on title, of the Bucks mental Hospital Medical Superintendent dated Mar 21 1936

Publication Details: ['Printed as manuscript for private circulation only'], [colophon:] Duplicated by the Belsize Typewriting Bureau [for the Analytical Psychology Club], 1936

Notes: 'Printed as manuscript for private circulation only' is a somewhat opaque announcement. It is in these lectures (amusing and enigmatic as they are at times, that Jung introduced the subject of archetypes, and the collective unconscious .

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Subject: Sciences

Published Date: 1936

Stock Number: 67503

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