Description - Jung's Typology in Perspective by Angelo Spoto
In a spirited and accessible interpretation, Angelo Spoto presents at least four perspectives on Jung's philosophy of typology, including an analysis of the popular Myers-Brigg Type Indicator. He shows where typology fits into Jung's broader analytical work and illustrates how typology, while just a branch of the psychology of Jung, can lead to a deeper understanding of Jung's entire model of the human personality. The book includes a forward written by Robert Johnson.REVISED AND EXPANDED, this edition is a comprehensive guide that: Addresses the relationship of type development and personal transformation to the individuation process, the underlying drive toward wholeness. Relates the emergence of typology as it occurred in C. G. Jung's own thought. Analyzes the popular Myers-Briggs Type Indicator(R) and other type inventories as rewarding alternatives or complements to myth, story, and dream analysis. Places typology in perspective to Jung's larger model of human psychology, making all of Jung's work more accessible, practical, and less intimidating. " Angelo Spoto's interpretation of Jung's typology is both spirited and forthright in a sense which Jung could approve. Mr. Spoto's book reflects a constant awareness of Jung's work as a whole. His writing style is clear, vigorous, and balanced." - Robert A. Johnson, Jungian analyst and author of the books, He, She, We, Inner Gold and Ecstasy
Angelo Spoto, M.A., is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice in Tampa, Florida. A frequent lecturer and consultant, Spoto has been featured as a conference keynote speaker for the Association of Psychological Type and workshop leader for many groups in both the United States and England.
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(228mm x 152mm x 15mm)
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