Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Jung / edited by Polly Young-Eisendrat and Terence Dawson.
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Chronology; Introduction: New developments in the post-Jungian field Andrew Samuels; Part I. Jung's Ideas and their Context: 1. The historical context of analytical psychology Claire Douglas; 2. Freud, Jung and psychoanalysis Douglas A. Davis; 3. The creative psyche: Jung's major contributions Sherry Salman; 4. Psychic imaging: a bridge between subject and object Paul Kugler; Part II. Analytical Psychology in Practice: 5. The classical Jungian school David L. Hart; 6. The archetypal school Michael Vannoy Adams; 7. The developmental school Hester McFarland Solomon; 8. Transference and countertransference Christopher Perry; 9. Me and my anima: the Jungian/Freudian interface Elio J. Frattaroli; 10. The case of Joan: classical, archetypal and developmental approaches (a) A classical approach John Beebe, (b) An archetypal approach Deldon McNeely, (c) A developmental approach Rosemary Gordon; Part III. Analytical Psychology in Society: 11. Jung and Buddhism: refining the dialogue Polly Young-Eisendrath; 12. A Jungian analysis of Homer's Odyssey Joseph Russo; 13. Literary criticism and analytical psychology Terence Dawson; 14. Jung and politics Lawrence R. Alschuler; 15. Jung and religion: the opposing self Ann Ulanov.
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Jung, C. G. -- (Carl Gustav), -- 1875-1961.