C.G Jung

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Anthony Storr was an English psychiatrist and author He was a child who was to endure the typical trauma of early th century UK boarding schools He was educated at Winchester, Christ's College, the University of Cambridge and Westminster Hospital He qualified as a doctor in , and subsequently specialized in psychiatryStorr grew up to be kind and insightful, yet, as his obituary states, h.

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  • Paperback
  • 123 pages
  • C.G Jung
  • Anthony Storr
  • English
  • 10 June 2019
  • 9780006331667

10 thoughts on “C.G Jung

  1. Erik Graff says:

    This was one of the first books I read about Jung after having begun the project of reading the Collected Works. It was also one of the better general introductions to the man and his theories.

  2. John says:

    This is an excellent introduction to Jung's core ideas and the man himself. As Storr states early on: the two are inseparable. This 100ish-page book is obviously designed as a short intro for people who have no real prior knowledge of Jung, but want to know the basics, and really I don't think you could do with a much better starting point. Archetypes, Collective Unconscious, Significance of Myth, Psyche Regulation, Individuation, the 'Self' – it's all sketched out here in perfectly graspable terms. The emphasis surround Jung's writings on synchronicity, ghosts, etc, originally had me quite skeptical of his thought in general – and Storr is transparent about his own skepticism on these subjects – but these looser concepts are left to one side to allow the discussion of the more concrete and influential Jungian ideas to take place.

    I'd been curious about Jung for a while, and had attempted the first few chapters of Storr's larger 'Introducing Jung', but got totally confused and turned to the graphic 'Introducing' Jung instead. Sadly, the latter didn't stick with me either, despite it's digestibility, so I still felt totally ignorant of the tangible elements of Jungian psychology, until this book. This was relatively easy to grasp, and I feel like I finally 'got' the foundations of Jungian thought in a way that makes me want to talk to all of my friends about these fascinating ideas. I imagine Storr's larger volume will now make for great reading, having had the basics laid down firmly.

    Something unexpected I also got out of this books was reading about 'archetypal' symbology which corresponded to a number of my own meditation and psychedelic experiences. The symbols Jung describes as objects (or 'archetypal models') of the unconscious seem to become clearer in altered states of consciousness – just as emotions and dreams also become clearer. For me this makes the theory that these objects underlie conscious experience as 'models' all the more likely. His theory of the Self – a symbol for God/transcendent meaning – which lies in the unconscious ready to be 'painted in' may also explain why many feel they have met a 'personal' God during mystical, or psychedelic, experiences – but you can obviously decide that for yourself. Either way, the speculation becomes endless: I highly recommend this book!

  3. Lee Kofman says:

    This concise, excellent book clarified for me, simply and accessibly yet intelligently, Jung's complex ideas. For people interested in Jung, this is the best possible introduction to his difficult - often contradictory and occasionally even confused - oeuvre.

  4. Cody says:

    A clear and concise review of Jung and his ideas. Every page has fascinating details and it is easy to see Jung's influence on the field of psychology. Storr has written a book that is both unbiased yet appreciative and a good starting point for anybody interested in a brief view of Carl Jung's psychological concepts.

  5. Jordan says:

    More about the man and his relationship to his ideas than a detailed exploration of Jungian concepts this book is nevertheless valuable for its brevity, solid scope of inclusion and the ability of the author to place Jungian theory in comparison to Freud, Adler and more contemporary psychotherapy schools.

  6. Jim says:

    This short overview and critique of Jung's work is not very stimulating, although it did provide some insights I had not been exposed to before, such as the weakness of Jung's theory of types, and the lack of precision in some of Jung's terminology.

  7. Michael D says:

    Brilliant overview of Jung's life and ideas. Storr is a great communicator and one finishes the book filled with the desire to delve much further into his subject's oeuvre.

  8. Michael A. says:

    A critical, yet sympathetic introduction (the best kinds of introductions!) to Jung. Much much better than Anthony Stevens's Jung for the Very Short Introductions series. In the postscript Storr states he pretty much doesn't have time for Jung's occultist/mystic side and thus the book is primarily about the non-mystic side of Jung (i.e. the side of Jung that actually has something worthwhile to say). Storr articulates Jung's concepts much better than Stevens did and unlike Stevens he isn't an uncritical pseudo-disciple. In fact this book seems like exactly what I wanted that I wrote in my review on Stevens's Jung book! Storr is sharply critical when he needs to be (Jung's psychological typology and synchronicity being practically useless, Jung devaluing art) and gives glowing praise when warranted (Jung's contribution to psychotherapy). One thing I have noticed is that Jung seemed to have discovered a couple of principles of dialectical materialism without realizing it (?) viz. the unity and interpenetration of opposites.

    Really the only thing I didn't like about this book are two throwaway anti-communist remarks by Storr but that barely detracts from the overall quality of the book. If you're like me (a materialist, non-religious) this is the book you should read for an introduction to Jung. Also it was funny how Storr kept saying Jung was a bad writer (something Jung admitted himself).

  9. Nat Smith says:

    A lucid, direct introduction to perhaps the most indirect thinker of the 20th century. If you want an introduction to Jung's key ideas this is a great place to start.

    Storr has written extensively about Jung, so clearly sees great value in his work, but is more than willing to criticise Jung's ideas (chiefly his obscurity, and also his tendency to see meaningful connections when perhaps there are none). This leads to a really balanced, sober read.

    Jung is a strange thinker because his work juggles a handful of disciplines (theology, mythology, psychiatry, literature...). Storr, whose background is in clinical psychology/psychiatry, ties the many strands of Jungian thought together by grounding them in therapeutic practice. It's not that this is inappropriate, but Jung's work is profoundly philosophical and can be valuable to individuals who have no interest in therapy. In many ways, Jung's work was a response to the problems outlined by Nietzsche (especially how to orient oneself in a world which struggles to reconcile science and dogmatic religion). Storr doesn't draw much attention to Jung's historical context, which I think is a missed opportunity.

    In short, if you're interested in Jung for philosophical reasons, there are more satisfying introductions (I would recommend Oxford University's very short introduction to Jung). If you are pursuing Jung out of psychologyical interest, this will be a very useful read.

  10. TR says:

    It is unfortunate Jung's subversive ideas became so widespread and caused so much confusion about spiritual issues, but, being so prevalent it is good to know what they are, and this is one of the better short introductions.

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