The Animus



The Animus Barbara Hannah was a straightforward, modest, yet a grand woman, a lover of literature, and a colleague and friend of C G Jung, Emma Jung, and Marie Louise von Franz A first generation Jungian psychologist, she was an original member of the Psychological Club of Zurich and a founder of the Jung Institute in Zurich She lectured extensively in Switzerland and England and wrote several books on C G Jung and Jungian psychology The Animus , in two volumes, presents a psychological analysis of the animus, gleaned from handwritten notes, typed manuscripts, previously published articles, the author s own drafts of her lectures, and notes taken by those present Barbara Hannah tackled the theme of the animus with a comprehensiveness unsurpassed in Jungian literature Her insights and vigor stem from personally grappling with her own animus, while integrating the experience and reflections of many psychotherapists who worked directly with C G Jung.Authenticity and comprehensiveness were priorities in editing this work, as well as the preservation of the excellence and comprehensiveness of her work on the animus a most complex and vexing topic while retaining the wonderfully natural spirit of Barbara Hannah herself.Themes include the case of the sixteenth century nun, Jeanne Fery the animus in the Book of Tobit or Tobias literature generally the Brontes in particular and the meaning of the animus for modern women.See also The Animus , volume 1 These two volumes are part of the Polarities of the Psyche series from Chiron Publications Other books in the series are Lectures on Jung s Aion and The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals. Download The Animus – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 393 pages
  • The Animus
  • Barbara Hannah
  • English
  • 19 February 2018
  • 1888602473

10 thoughts on “The Animus

  1. K says:

    After I got the main ideas about the animus from volume 1, I found this volume slightly less interesting I tore through volume 1, but stopped in the middle of volume 2 for several months Volume 2 focuseson examining literature for evidence of how the animus works and can be worked with None of the literature examined was inherently interesting...

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