Turbulent Times, Creative Minds : Erich Neumann and C.G.Jung in Relationship (1933-1960)

Ce livre fait suite au congrès international réuni en avril 2015 par les Sociétés israéliennes de l’AIPA dans un kibboutz près de Tel Aviv, à l’occasion de la publication de la correspondance entre Neumann et Jung. Christian Gaillard a été invité à y intervenir, et publie ici un long chapitre illustré, et parfois assez critique sur les rapports de Neumann et de Jung avec les arts, en particuliers les arts contemporains.

This volume of essays by well-known Jungian analysts and scholars provides the most comprehensive comparison to date between the works of C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann. Reflections are based on their extensive correspondence recently published, their differing cultural backgrounds, and the turbulent times surrounding their personal and professional relationship. Among the many specific subjects discussed are Jung and Neumann on art and religion, their views on the problem of evil, and clinical aspects of Neumann’s work. Also included are personal memories of both Jung and Neumann family members.

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