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STEVENS, A.: Jung - A Very Short Introduction (Abridged)


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Item number NA329812
Barcode 730099029827
Release date 8/10/2004
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 3
Disc: 1
1 Jung - the Man and his Psychology 00:02:54 Pigott-Smith, Tim
2 Background 00:03:32 Pigott-Smith, Tim
3 An only child until his sister Gertrud was born 00:03:27 Pigott-Smith, Tim
4 Jung's adult delight in solitude 00:04:21 Pigott-Smith, Tim
5 Matters came to a head with Carl's confirmation 00:02:34 Pigott-Smith, Tim
6 Student years 00:03:02 Pigott-Smith, Tim
7 His dedication to scholarship 00:04:29 Pigott-Smith, Tim
8 Years of apprenticeship 00:04:58 Pigott-Smith, Tim
9 Friendship with Freud 00:03:22 Pigott-Smith, Tim
10 As time passed Jung's differences with Freud becam 00:04:04 Pigott-Smith, Tim
11 Publication of these views provoked A Major rift w 00:02:20 Pigott-Smith, Tim
12 Married life 00:03:46 Pigott-Smith, Tim
13 Confrontation with the unconscious 00:04:26 Pigott-Smith, Tim
14 By 'the reality of the psyche' 00:04:36 Pigott-Smith, Tim
15 Creative illness 00:05:15 Pigott-Smith, Tim
16 Individuation: the realisation of the self 00:03:50 Pigott-Smith, Tim
17 One crucial event that occurred after his mid-life 00:04:23 Pigott-Smith, Tim
18 Ageing and growth 00:03:55 Pigott-Smith, Tim
19 At the age of 82 he wrote 00:03:22 Pigott-Smith, Tim
20 Archetype and the collective unconscious 00:03:20 Pigott-Smith, Tim
21 What Jung was proposing was no less than a fundame 00:02:06 Pigott-Smith, Tim
Disc: 2
1 To a limited extent Jung's archetyes resemble Plat 00:01:19 Pigott-Smith, Tim
2 The actualisation of archetypes 00:04:22 Pigott-Smith, Tim
3 Archetypes versus cultural transmission 00:02:17 Pigott-Smith, Tim
4 The psychoid archetypes and the unus mundus 00:02:39 Pigott-Smith, Tim
5 Synchronicity 00:00:52 Pigott-Smith, Tim
6 The stages of life 00:02:56 Pigott-Smith, Tim
7 The Self 00:01:23 Pigott-Smith, Tim
8 The Ego 00:03:00 Pigott-Smith, Tim
9 The Persona 00:01:34 Pigott-Smith, Tim
10 The Shadow 00:04:10 Pigott-Smith, Tim
11 However, the acquisition of a moral complex impose 00:03:24 Pigott-Smith, Tim
12 Sex and gender 00:03:15 Pigott-Smith, Tim
13 As the parent/child relationship matures within th 00:02:09 Pigott-Smith, Tim
14 Anima and animus 00:01:47 Pigott-Smith, Tim
15 A self-regulating system 00:01:09 Pigott-Smith, Tim
16 A programme for life 00:02:16 Pigott-Smith, Tim
17 Archetypal expectations 00:02:32 Pigott-Smith, Tim
18 Rites of passage 00:02:26 Pigott-Smith, Tim
19 The dymanics of progress 00:01:11 Pigott-Smith, Tim
20 Love and marriage 00:03:22 Pigott-Smith, Tim
21 The stroke of noon 00:03:05 Pigott-Smith, Tim
22 The individuation of the self 00:03:41 Pigott-Smith, Tim
23 Psychological types 00:01:54 Pigott-Smith, Tim
24 The four functions 00:02:32 Pigott-Smith, Tim
25 The two attitudes 00:00:53 Pigott-Smith, Tim
26 Eight psychological types 00:01:27 Pigott-Smith, Tim
27 Use of typology 00:04:45 Pigott-Smith, Tim
28 Dreams 00:04:25 Pigott-Smith, Tim
29 After the break with Freud and his encounter with 00:02:12 Pigott-Smith, Tim
30 Pure nature 00:01:07 Pigott-Smith, Tim
31 Compensatory function 00:01:16 Pigott-Smith, Tim
32 Symbolism 00:03:19 Pigott-Smith, Tim
Disc: 3
1 Interpretation 00:04:53 Pigott-Smith, Tim
2 Personal context 00:01:50 Pigott-Smith, Tim
3 Cultural context 00:02:08 Pigott-Smith, Tim
4 Archetypal context 00:05:00 Pigott-Smith, Tim
5 Therapy 00:01:20 Pigott-Smith, Tim
6 Illness 00:03:34 Pigott-Smith, Tim
7 This was even more true in the case of neurosis 00:02:56 Pigott-Smith, Tim
8 It is true that Jung's emphasis is invariably on t 00:04:33 Pigott-Smith, Tim
9 The patient 00:02:57 Pigott-Smith, Tim
10 Treatment 00:03:47 Pigott-Smith, Tim
11 To what did he attribute the 'general neurosis of 00:03:32 Pigott-Smith, Tim
12 Jung elucidated the analytic process in the light 00:03:01 Pigott-Smith, Tim
13 With regard to the frequency of sessions 00:04:05 Pigott-Smith, Tim
14 Active imagination requires a state of reverie 00:02:41 Pigott-Smith, Tim
15 The therapist 00:02:45 Pigott-Smith, Tim
16 Jung greatly extended the Freudian view of the tra 00:03:20 Pigott-Smith, Tim
17 Jung's alleged anti-Semitism 00:03:27 Pigott-Smith, Tim
18 The Jews who knew him best have all come staunchly 00:02:15 Pigott-Smith, Tim
19 The summing-up 00:04:07 Pigott-Smith, Tim
20 Jung's gift for transcending the confines of his o 00:03:22 Pigott-Smith, Tim
21 When he eventually discovered in himself the secur 00:04:19 Pigott-Smith, Tim
22 Analytical psychology can make no claim 00:05:45 Pigott-Smith, Tim
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