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The Myth of Meaning book. Aniela Jeffé explores the subjective world of inner experience. Do people need meaning? According to Aniela Jaffe’, almost 1/3 of Jung’s cases were related to patients with problems related to a lack of meaning in their lives (p. 12). Jung contended that religion protects against meaninglessness (p. 13) according to Jaffe’. In The Myth of Meaning in the Work of C. G. Jung, we read citations where Jung excoriated the circular reasoning of those who deny the reality of the numinous (p. 39). Jung insisted that religion comes from what he defined as the Do people need meaning?
Any answer must be one’s own, and its formulation one’s own myth.
Any answer must be one’s own, and its formulation one’s own myth. One of the most distinguished interpreters of . Jung’s ideas today, Aniela Jaffé was born in Berlin and studied psychology at the University of Hamburg. With the outbreak of World War II, she emigrated to Zürich, where she began to train with the .
Aniela Jaffé (February 20, 1903 – October 30, 1991) was a Swiss analyst who for many years was a co-worker of Carl Gustav Jung. Jaffé was born to Jewish parents in Berlin, Germany, where she studied psychology at Hamburg, before fleeing the Nazis in the thirties to Switzerland. There she was analysed first by Liliane Frey and then by Jung, eventually becoming a Jungian analyst herself.
Aniela Jaffe is best known as Jung's secretary in his late years, and the person who compiled Memories, Dreams . For a very slim volume of barely 150 pages, this book on Jung & the meaning of life is remarkably rich & thought-provoking.
Aniela Jaffe is best known as Jung's secretary in his late years, and the person who compiled Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Until I read this and another book of hers, I hadn't realized what a superb writer/thinker she was herself.
In so doing, she follows the path of the pioneering Swiss psychologist . Jung, whose collaborator and friend she was through the final decades of his life. Any conclusion drawn from such a quest is one's very own - its formulation is one's own myth.
Aniela Jaffe was a Jungian analyst who worked as Carl Jung’s personal secretary in the late 1950s and went on to. .
Aniela Jaffe was a Jungian analyst who worked as Carl Jung’s personal secretary in the late 1950s and went on to help author his autobiography. The extensive time she spent with Jung made her one of the foremost authorities on Jungian psychology. In her book, The Myth of Meaning in the Work of C. Jung, she examines one of the core themes which pervades so much of the Jung’s work – namely the question of the meaning of life. See our introductory video to Jung here)
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ISBN 10: 0140039902 ISBN 13: 9780140039900. Publisher: Penguin Books, 1975. In so doing, she follows the path of the pioneering Swiss psychologist .
Translated by R. F. C. Hull. Aniela Jaffe explores the subjective world of inner experience. Learn more about this item. Published by New York Published By Putnam For The C. Jung Foundation For Analytical Psychology, 1971. Printed in Great Britain Aniela Jaffe explores the subjective world of inner experience. Shipping & returns.
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