|Name:||The Philemon Foundation : 2013|
As we move toward a new year, the Philemon Foundation is pleased to report on its many projects.
We are especially thrilled to announce that we are now preparing for publication the long awaited Black Books 1913-1932 of C. G. Jung.
The Black Books will come to publication in cooperation between the Philemon Foundation, the Foundation of the Works of C. G Jung, and W. W. Norton, publisher of Liber Novus, The Red Book. They will be a major contribution to the historical documentation of psychological exploration.
The Black Books are not personal diaries, but the records of the unique self-exploration Jung called his 'confrontation with the unconscious.' In them, Jung recorded his engagement with his inner world, his dreams, fantasies, and psychic experience. Approximately fifty percent of the The Red Book derives directly from the Black Books between 1913 and 1916. The material that Jung did not transfer to the Red Book is as significant in the evolution of his theories as the passages he included. They shed light on the genesis of The Red Book, the further elaboration of Jung's personal cosmology from 1916 onwards, and the making of analytical psychology.
|Filename:||International Analytical Psychology Student Program.pdf|
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|Created On:||12/22/2012 00:35|
|Last updated on:||12/22/2012 01:06|