Глава 4. Карл Густав Юнг и аналитическая психология.


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Аннотированная библиография.

Первоисточники

Jung, С. G. (1961). Memories, dreams, reflections. New York: Random House (Vintage Books).

Автобиография, помогающая охватить взором многогранное творчество Юнга и представляющая собой прекрасное введение в его теорию. Книга включает глоссарий с описанием основных концепций Юнга.

Jung, С. G. (Ed.). (1964). Man and his symbols. New York: Doubleday.

Издание содержит написанную исключительно ясным языком работу Юнга "Подходы к бессознательному" (Approaching the Unconscious). Эта богато иллюстрированная книга являет собой один из лучших образцов сочетания текста и иллюстративного материала в психологическом издании. Имеется недорогое издание в мягком переплете издательства Dell, однако, издание в твердом переплете издательства Doubleday содержит больше фотографий, среди которых много цветных.

Jung, С. G. Collected works of С. G. Jung (H. Read, M. Fordham, & G. Adier, Eds.). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1967. (Published under the sponsorship of the Bollingen Foundation; English edition, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; American edition, volumes issued 1953-1967, Pantheon Books.)

Это собрание, предназначенное для тех, кто хотел бы серьезно изучить творчество Юнга, включает практически все написанные им работы.

Jung, C. G. (1968). Analytical psychology, its theory and practice. New York: Pantheon Books.

Ясное изложение концепций Юнга, включающее стенографические записи серии лекций, прочитанных им в Лондоне. Многие эссе Юнга теперь доступны в недорогих изданиях. Особый интерес представляют "Два эссе по аналитической психологии" (Two Essays on Analytical Psychology), представляющие собой обзор всей его теоретической системы, а также работа "Психологические типы" (Psychological Types), в особенности глава 10 "Общее описание типов" и глава 11 "Определения", в которых обсуждаются основные концепции Юнга.

Дополнительная литература

Dry, A. (1961). The psychology of Jung. New York: Wiley.

Fordham, F. (1953). An introduction to Jung's psychology. London Penguin Books.

Hall, C., & Nordby, V. (1973). A primer of Jungian psychohur New York: New American Library (Mentor Books).

Написанная ясным и живым языком обзорная работа по юнгианской психологии

Jacoby, J. (1959). Complex, archetype, symbol in the psychology of C. G. Jung. New York: Pantheon Books.

Serrano, M. (1966). C. G. Jung and Hermann Hesse: A record of two friendships. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Книга включает интереснейшие беседы между Юнгом и Серрано - чилийским поэтом и романистом, несколько лет прожившим в Индии.

Singer, J. (1972). Boundaries of the soul: The practice of June's psychology. New York: Doubleday.

Ясное описание динамики теории и терапии Юнга, предложенное одним из его современных последователей.

Веб-сайты.

Страница К. Г. Юнга (The С. G. Jung Page)

http://www.cgjungpage.org/

Сайт включает три основных раздела:

1. Введение в психологию Юнга: обсуждение юнгианской терминологии, мероприятий, связанных с именем Юнга, тренингов, книг и юнгианских организаций.

2. Библиотеку статей по юнгианскому анализу.

3. Обсуждение темы психологии и культуры, включая взгляды Юнга на технологическое развитие, экологию и массовую культуру.

Библиография работ К. Г. Юнга

http://www.lib.loyno.edu/bibl/jung.htm

Мифология и фольклор

http://www.mythinglinks.org/

Прекрасно иллюстрированная и аннотированная коллекция материалов, связанных с именем Юнга. Включает ссылки на сайты, посвященные Юнгу, Кэмпбеллу, Хиллману и другим представителям глубинной психологии. Разделы сайта содержат ссылки на сайты, посвященные шаманизму, мифам о сотворении мира и широкому кругу мифологических тем. Сайт разрабатывался как справочное пособие для студентов, проводящих исследования по мифологии и фольклору.

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