INDEX OF SUBJECTS: JUNG

a
alchemy 121-2 , 146 , 149 , 153 , 166 , 174 , 210-11 n
ambivalence 89
amplification 96 , 134 , 146 , 149 , 156 , 166 , 191 , 212 n
anima/animus 120 , 122-3 , 144-5 , 156 , 174 , 193 , 213 n
archetypes 99-100 , 208 n, 210 n;
and Christ 135-6 ;
and individuation 187-94 ;
and revelation 184-7 ;
as form 116-18 , 121-2 , 125 ;
as contents 116-18 , 120-3 ;
as symbolic 122 ;
criticisms of 172-81 ;
defined 114-17 , 122-3 , 140 , 211 n;
examples of 116 , 210 n;
see also persona, shadow, anima/animus, Self
astrology 161
autism 89

c
Catholicism 129 , 143
Christ as Self-archetype 134-5 , 188-91 , 214 n
Christianity 87-8 , 128
collective unconscious 95 , 101-2 , 112 , 114-18 ;
and God 114 , 123-4 , 127-8 , 131-3 , 140-1 , 151 , 159 , 172 ;
defined 99-100
consciousness 99
consensus gentium138 , 182

d
dementia praecox 89

e
Ego 147-50 , 156-8 , 162-4
enantiodromia103
epilepsy 102
eudaimonism187
evil 128 , 154-6 , 186 , 214 n
extraversion 86 , 107 , 144 , 209 n

f
fantasy-thinking 96-8 , 107 , 111 , 131 , 168
feeling function 108 , 144

g
Gnosticism 190
God:
and instinct 124 , 138 ;
and revelation 184-7 ;
and the argument from ‘common consent’ 181-4 ;
and the collective unconscious 114 , 123-4 , 127-8 , 131-3 , 140-1 , 151 , 159 , 172 ;
and the problem of evil 154-6 , 214 n;
and the Self 151-5 , 188 , 190-4 ;
and a priori123 , 126-7 , 129 , 132-3 , 137 , 154 , 154 , 181 , 184 ;
as archetypal contents 128-37 , 152-3 , 156 , 158 , 172 , 185 ;
as archetypal father 114 , 128 , 131-2 , 137 , 157 ;
as archetypal form 123-9 , 132 , 137 , 152-3 , 158 , 172 , 183 , 185-6 ;
as immanent-transcendent 141 , 150 , 185 , 196 ;
as psychic reality 92 , 114 , 124 , 126-7 , 129 , 141 , 154 , 172 , 182 , 186 , 196 ;
existence of 124-7 , 211 n;
experience of 137-41 , 181-2 ;
images of and individuation 156-64 , 190-2 ;
loss of 162-3

h
Holy Ghost 158-160
hysteria 107

i
incarnation 129 , 158
individuation 108 , 212-13 n;
and images of God 156-64 ;
and revelation of Christ 188-91 ;
as archetypal process 144 , 147 , 187 ;
as a religious process 150-4 , 192-4 ;
defined 143-6 , 187 ;
its two stages, 147-50 , 187-8
inflation 162

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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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