Hardback, black boards in dustwrapper. Published by Northwestern University Press, first edition, 1967. A volume from the Studienreihe of the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich.
From time immemorial, the best minds have pondered the question of evil. What is its source? Why does it exist? What is its true nature? The C.G. Jung Institute invited eight eminent scholars to analyze evil from the perspective of their own discipline and interests.
Essays by Carl Kerenyi, Geo Widengren, Victor Maag, Marie-Louise von Franz, Martin Schlappner, Liliane Frey-Rohn, Karl Lowith, Karl Schmid. Translated by Ralph Manheim and Hildegard Nagel. Includes a foreword by Carl Gustav Jung which was originally the preface to an earlier book, published in German in 1949.
Hardback with rather battered dust jacket. Internally bright and clean with sound binding.