Saturday, November 6, 2010

Modern Man in Search of a Soul by C G Jung

Here's an interesting read from 1933. Most of us have heard, or read, about Dr Carl Jung. Why not read him in his own words?
The final two chapters of this work are:
The Spiritual Problem of Modern Man and Psychotherapists or the Clergy.

When critical of the Adlerian and Freudian theories and therapists of the psyche Jung writes:
In a word, they do not give meaning enough to life. And it is only the meaningful that sets us free.
Page 259.
This book is still in print and available at Amazon or Chapters. Or borrow it at a library. A partial preview is available at Google Books.

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