Opere. Gli archetipi e l'inconscio collettivo by Carl Gustav Jung

By Carl Gustav Jung

L’opera di Jung si presenta come un intreccio di esperienze analitiche concrete e di una cultura profonda ed estesissima. in line with lui l’osservazione dei meccanismi psichici individuali consente di analizzare i segreti della creazione artistica o l. a. dinamica dei fenomeni storici; d’altronde, according to orientarsi nei labirinto degli accadimenti individuali occorre studiare i fenomeni e i comportamenti collettivi.
I testi qui raccolti, tra cui Gli archetipi dell’inconscio collettivo, Sull’archetipo, Fenomenologia dello spirito della fiaba e Coscienza, incoscio e individuazione, sono stati pubblicati tra il 1934 e il 1955, e appartengono dunque alla piena maturità di Jung. È noto come i concetti di «archetipo» e di «inconscio collettivo» occupino un posto centrale nella sua riflessione, che ha esercitato su di essi un continuo sforzo di approfondimento, anche consistent with rispondere a incomprensioni e fraintendimenti. Associando come sempre l’esperienza clinica alle ricerche scientifiche e umanistiche, Jung opera qui un vero rovesciamento della dimensione psichica, vista non più come l’appendice personale dell’organizzazione biologica, ma come l’aspetto significante degli istinti, l. a. possibilità di rappresentarne il dinamismo.

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