Archetypal Explorations: Towards an Archetypal Sociology by Richard M. Gray

Archetypal Explorations: Towards an Archetypal Sociology

byRichard M. GrayEditorRichard M. Gray

Paperback | May 14, 1996

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Archetypal Expressionsis a fresh approach to one of Jung's best-know and most exciting concepts. Richard M. Gray uses archetypes as the basis for a new means of interpreting the world and lays the foundations of what he terms an "archetypal sociology". Jung's ideas are combined with elements of modern biology and systems theory to explore the basic human experiences of life, which recur through the ages.
Revealing the implicitly cross-cultural and interdisciplinary nature of Jungian Psychology,Archetypal Explorationsrepresents a significant contribution to the literature of archetypes and integrative approaches to human behaviour.

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Title:Archetypal Explorations: Towards an Archetypal SociologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.2 inPublished:May 14, 1996Publisher:Taylor and Francis

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ISBN - 10:0415121175

ISBN - 13:9780415121170

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This book is a fresh approach to one of Jung's best-known and most exciting concepts. Richard M. Gray uses archetypes as the basis for a new means of interpreting the world and lays the foundations of what he terms an 'archetypal sociology'. Jung's ideas are combined with elements of modern biology and systems theory to explore the basic human experiences of life, which recur through the ages.

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"The references are abundant and current; the index is adequate... Richard Gray intelligently reveals throughout this book the implicitly cross-culture and interdisciplinary nature of Jungian psychology."
-Comtemporary Psychology, 1998, Vol. 43, No. 7