The Undiscovered Self

The Dilemma of the Individual in Modern Society
 C. G. Jung

The Undiscovered Self
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The Undiscovered Self outlines one of Jung's lifelong social and psychological concerns: the relationship between the individual and society. By encouraging us to explore our inner nature—the undiscovered self—we may be able to help insure the survival of civilization, according to Jung. This journey through the unconscious enables the individual to resist the collective forces of society in order to cope with their possible threats. As the world grapples with issues of tolerance, violence, and equality, Jung's thoughts and concerns may seem more relevant today than when he penned the words half a century ago.


112 pages Paperback
1958 Distributed Product
ISBN 0-451-21732-2




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