The I and the Not-I: A Study in the Development of Consciousness by Mary Esther HardingThe I and the Not-I: A Study in the Development of Consciousness by Mary Esther Harding

The I and the Not-I: A Study in the Development of Consciousness

byMary Esther Harding

Paperback | January 21, 1974

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This book provides a very accessible general introduction to the Jungian concept of ego development and Jung's theory of personality structure--the collective unconscious, anima, animus, shadow, archetypes.

Title:The I and the Not-I: A Study in the Development of ConsciousnessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:January 21, 1974Publisher:Princeton University Press

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ISBN - 10:0691017964

ISBN - 13:9780691017969

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'The book is written from a rich store of knowledge and experience, and can claim a distinctive place among its several predecessors. The author's main objective in marshalling her material is a plea for the development of consciousness, not only for the purpose of achieving a fuller life but also as an ethical task... The descriptive sections are well done and eminently readable. The author is at her best when representing human situations in which the underlying psychological factors can be seen at work and brought to the notice of the reader.' -- 'The Journal of Analytical Psychology'

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"A study [that] expound[s] Jung's ideas in the simplest possible way.... The book is written from a rich store of knowledge and experience, and can claim a distinctive place among its several predecessors. The author's main objective in marshalling her material is a plea for the development of consciousness, not only for achieving a fuller life but also as an ethical task.... [This] is a stimulating book."--The Journal of Analytical Psychology