Tištěná verze : Mayes, Clifford Introduction to the collected works of C.G. Jung Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,  ISBN 9781442262126
Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
Modeling psyche: the problem of "the disciplines" -- From ego to cosmos: Freudian, post-Freudian, and transpersonal theory -- The ego and its relation to the shadow: the first half of life -- Approaching the archetypes and the collective unconscious: the second half of life -- Anima/animus, the transcendent function, the ego-self axis, and the self -- Psyche as spirit.
An Introduction to the Collected Works of C.G. Jung: Psyche as Spirit offers a concise and engaging overview of Jung’s work and contributions to the field of psychology. Mayes brings into focus the major concepts and themes explored in Jung’s Collected Works, including the ego-Self Axis, archetypes, personality types, and the Collective Unconscious, presenting a thorough introduction and a valuable resource for both Jungian students as well as Jungian scholars..