INDEX OF NAMES

a
Abraham 55
Abraham, Karl 57 , 207 n
Abrams, Stephen 217 n
Adam 150
Adler, Alfred 64
Adonis 157
Akhenaten 42 , 201 n
Albright, W.F. 201 n
Allport, Gordon 178 , 217 n
Altizer, Thomas 185 , 218 n
Amenhotep IV 42
Anath 70
Andreas-Salome, Lou 201 n
Andromeda 120
Anselm 81
Anu 134
Aphrodite 157
Aquinas 81
Aristotle 172 , 187
Aschaffenburg, Gustav 93 , 208 n
Atkinson, J.J. 18 , 23 , 62
Augustine 115 , 155
Ayer, A.J. 75 , 78

b
Barbour, I.G. 206 n
Barnes, H.E. 173
Baron, S. 201 n
Bel 134
Bennet, E.A. 169 , 207 n, 216 n
Bernays, Martha (Freud’s wife) 3
Bernays, Isaac 5
Bernfield, Siegfried 198 n
Bettelheim, Bruno 60 , 203 n
Blake, William 116
Bleuler, Eugen 85 , 89
Böhme, Jacob 146
Bois-Reymond, Emile du 7
Bowlby, John 173
Brett, George 167
Breuer, Josef 4 , 14 , 199
Brooke, Roger 169
Brome, Vincent 171 , 216 n
Brown, J.A.C. 216 n
Browning, Don 155 , 194
Brücke, Ernst 3 , 7 , 198 n
Brunswick, Ruth Mack 202 n
Bryant, Christopher 167
Buber, Martin 185 , 187 , 190 , 212 n, 218 n
Buddha 121 , 146
Bullitt, William 203 n
Bunyan, John 150

c
Cain 150
Casey, Edward 181
Chandler, Tertius 201 n
Chapman, J. Harley 210 n, 212 n, 217 n
Charcot, Jean-Martin 3-4
Chi-wan-to-pel 95
Clements of Alexandria 153
Copernicus 7 , 60
Coudert, Allison 211 n
Cox, David 166 , 215 n

d
Daly, Mary 71 , 205 n
Dante, Alighieri 212 n
Darwin, Charles 7 , 18 , 22-3 , 60-1 , 63 , 65 , 184
David 116
da Vinci, Leonardo 13
Demeter 70
Dieterich, Albrecht 98 , 174 , 208 n
Dionysius the Areopagite 115 , 128
Dorn, Gerhard 153
Dourley, John P. 218 n
Dry, Avis 176 , 208 n
Dulcinea 120

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Part I - Sigmund Freud: Psychoanalysis and Religion xii
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Totem and Taboo 18
  • 3 - Religion and Illusion 33
  • 4 - Forms of Religious Neurosis 50
  • 5 - A Critical Appraisal 60
  • Part II - Carl Gustav Jung: Analytical Psychology and Religion 82
  • 6 - Introduction 85
  • 7 - The Structure of the Psyche 93
  • 8 - God as Archetype of the Collective Unconscious 113
  • 9 - God and Individuation 142
  • 10 - A Critical Appraisal 166
  • Notes 197
  • Bibliography 219
  • Index of Names 229
  • Index of Subjects: Freud 233
  • Index of Subjects: Jung 236
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