volume 45, issue 4, P565-568 2000
DOI: 10.1111/1465-5922.00192
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Abstract: Sooner or later every Jungian analyst wonders about the theory of archetypes, wonders whether it is not an attempt to evade the burden of relations with human objects. Usually in dealing with colleagues one keeps one's doubt to oneself, or acts them out by seeking consultation or therapy with nonJungians. It is refreshing, therefore, to have a colleague develop her doubts in earshot, as it were, in the forums provided by Analytische Psychologie and, now, The Journal of Analytical Psychology. In a relatively b…

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