The Concept of Symbol in the Psychology of C. G. Jung
All symbols, religious inclusive, are handled by JUNG in light of the individuation process in which the archetypes are activated, the climax crystalizing in symbols of the self archetype. In a computerized climate JUNG attempted to fathom irrational influencing factors. In his pioneer work he said to have reached a copernician revolution. His contribution towards a reestimation and regard for the symbol is undertaken especially with respect to Christian orthodoxy and orthopraxis.
THE CONCEPT OF SYMBOL IN GENERAL
THE GENERAL OUTLINE OF THE CONCEPT OF SYMBOL 2
1. Etymology 2
2. Historical Developement 3
THE CONCEPT OF SYMBOL IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF C. G. JUNG
THE SYMBOL IN THE ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY OF C. G. JUNG 22
1. Synopsis of Symbol 22
2. Transforming Symbols 28
3. Unifying Symbols 53
AN APPRECIATION OF THE CONCEPT OF SYMBOL 129
Savickas, Alfonsas: The Concept of Symbol in the Psychologie of C. G. Jung. Innsbruck: Resch, 1979 (Personation and Psychotherapy; 5), 131 S., ISBN 978-3-85382-009-4, Brosch., vergriffen!