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The Jung cult

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Paperback as new.

" Richard Noll gives us the 'historical Jung': his goal is neither to idealize nor denigrate Jung but to recover the diverse cultural and intellectual contexts out of which Jung's ideas emerged and to highlight the complex personal, professional, and ideological functions of the early Jung movement. Exceptionally, almost universally, well-read in the field of post-Enlightenment German-languate culture and thought, Noll is ideally suited to this task. . . . it is impossible, henceforth to claim that Jung scholarship is in any way 'behind' Freud Studies." Mark S Micale.

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Author(s):
Noll Richard
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
141x216x28
EAN-13:
9780684834238
Edition:
1st Free Press Paperbacks Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780684834238
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Free Press Paperbacks

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Paperback as new.

" Richard Noll gives us the 'historical Jung': his goal is neither to idealize nor denigrate Jung but to recover the diverse cultural and intellectual contexts out of which Jung's ideas emerged and to highlight the complex personal, professional, and ideological functions of the early Jung movement. Exceptionally, almost universally, well-read in the field of post-Enlightenment German-languate culture and thought, Noll is ideally suited to this task. . . . it is impossible, henceforth to claim that Jung scholarship is in any way 'behind' Freud Studies." Mark S Micale.

Author(s):
Noll Richard
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
141x216x28
EAN-13:
9780684834238
Edition:
1st Free Press Paperbacks Edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9780684834238
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Free Press Paperbacks

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