Digital Audiobook

100 Quotes by Carl Jung

Carl Jung

100 Quotes by Carl Jung, audiobook by Carl Jung
Digital Audiobook

100 Quotes by Carl Jung

Carl Jung

Serving as the perfect introduction to one of the greatest minds of the 20th Century, ‘100 Quotes by Carl Jung’ is a collection of thoughts from the father of psychoanalysis.

Covering everything from dreams and the unconscious to God and religion, it’s packed with incisive ideas and thought-provoking theories.

Essential reading for those with an interest in human nature and those who want a peek into Jung’s world, this book is perfect for dipping in and out of.

Born in Switzerland, Carl Jung (1875 – 1961) went on to establish himself as the founder of analytical psychology. His father was a rural minister, with whom he was very close to. By contrast, Jung’s mother suffered from mental illness, causing him to believe that, like her, he had two personalities.

Initially interested in following in his father’s pastoral footsteps, Jung was first educated at the Humanistisches Gymnasium in Basel, before enrolling at the city’s university. There, he studied biology, which earned him a job at a psychiatric hospital in Zürich, which was to heighten his interest in human psychology.

After setting up a private practice, Jung befriended Sigmund Freud, which led to numerous literary collaborations. However, the publication of Jung’s ‘Psychology of the Unconscious’ caused a rift in their friendship, which was never fully healed. Jung continued writing until his death, in 1961.
Format
Audiobook mp3
Duration00h 26m 31s
LanguageEnglish
CategoriesAudiobook
AuthorCarl Jung
ReciterPaul Spera
ISBN9782821112797
Published11/18/2022
PublisherSaga Egmont
Serving as the perfect introduction to one of the greatest minds of the 20th Century, ‘100 Quotes by Carl Jung’ is a collection of thoughts from the father of psychoanalysis. Covering everything from dreams and the unconscious to God and religion, it’s packed with incisive ideas and thought-provoking theories. Essential reading for those with an interest in human nature and those who want a peek into Jung’s world, this book is perfect for dipping in and out of.Born in Switzerland, Carl Jung (1875 – 1961) went on to establish himself as the founder of analytical psychology. His father was a rural minister, with whom he was very close to. By contrast, Jung’s mother suffered from mental illness, causing him to believe that, like her, he had two personalities.Initially interested in following in his father’s pastoral footsteps, Jung was first educated at the Humanistisches Gymnasium in Basel, before enrolling at the city’s university. There, he studied biology, which earned him a job at a psychiatric hospital in Zürich, which was to heighten his interest in human psychology.After setting up a private practice, Jung befriended Sigmund Freud, which led to numerous literary collaborations. However, the publication of Jung’s ‘Psychology of the Unconscious’ caused a rift in their friendship, which was never fully healed. Jung continued writing until his death, in 1961.

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