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    Jung, C.G. The Collected Works of C.G. Jung. Ed. Herbert Read, Michael Fordham, and Gerhard Adler. Trans. R.F.C. Hull. 20 vols. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1953-1971.


    1. PSYCHIATRIC STUDIES

    • On the Psychology and Pathology of So-Called Occult Phenomena (1902)
    • On Hysterical Misreading (1904)
    • Cryptomnesia (1905)
    • On Manic Mood Disorder (1903)
    • A Case of Hysterical Stupor in a Prisoner in Detention (1902) On Simulated Insanity (1903)
    • A Medical Opinion on a Case of Simulated Insanity (1904)
    • A Third and Final Opinion on Two Contradictory Psychiatric Diagnoses (1906)
    • On the Psychological Diagnosis of Facts (1903)


    2. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES

    Translated by Leopold Stein in collaboration with Diana Riviere


    STUDIES IN WORD ASSOCIATION (1904-7, 1910)

    • The Associations of Normal Subjects (by Jung and F. Riklin)
    • An Analysis of the Associations of an Epileptic
    • The Reaction-Time Ratio in the Association Experiment
    • Experimental Observations on the Faculty of Memory
    • Psychoanalysis and Association Experiments
    • The Psychological Diagnosis of Evidence
    • Association, Dream, and Hysterical Symptom
    • The Psychopathological Significance of the Association Experiment
    • Disturbances in Reproduction in the Association Experiment
    • The Association Method
    • The Family Constellation


    PSYCHOPHYSICAL RESEARCHES (1907-8)

    • On the Psychophysical Relations of the Association Experiment
    • Psychophysical Investigations with the Galvanometer and Pneumograph in Normal and Insane Individuals (by F. Peterson and Jung)
    • Further Investigations on the Galvanic Phenomenon and Respiration in Normal and Insane Individuals (by C. Ricksher and Jung)
    • Appendix: Statistical Details of Enlistment (1906); New Aspects of Criminal Psychology (1908); The Psychological Methods of Investigation Used in the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Zurich (1910); On the Doctrine of Complexes ([1911] 1913); On the Psychological Diagnosis of Evidence (1937)


    3. THE PSYCHOGENESIS OF MENTAL DISEASE

    • The Psychology of Dementia Praecox (1907)
    • The Content of the Psychoses (1908/1914)
    • On Psychological Understanding (1914)
    • A Criticism of Bleuler's Theory of Schizophrenic Negativism (1911)
    • On the Importance of the Unconscious in Psychopathology (1914)
    • On the Problem of Psychogenesis in Mental Disease (1919)
    • Mental Disease and the Psyche (1928)
    • On the Psychogenesis of Schizophrenia (1939)
    • Recent Thoughts on Schizophrenia (1957)
    • Schizophrenia (1958)


    4. FREUD AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

    • Freud's Theory of Hysteria: A Reply to Aschaffenburg (1906)
    • The Freudian Theory of Hysteria (1908)
    • The Analysis of Dreams (1909)
    • A Contribution to the Psychology of Rumour (1910-11)
    • On the Significance of Number Dreams (1910-11)
    • Morton Prince, “The Mechanism and Interpretation of Dreams”: A Critical Review (1911)
    • On the Criticism of Psychoanalysis (191o)
    • Concerning Psychoanalysis (1912)
    • The Theory of Psychoanalysis (1913)
    • General Aspects of Psychoanalysis (1913)
    • Psychoanalysis and Neurosis (1916)
    • Some Crucial Points in Psychoanalysis: A Correspondence between Dr. Jung and Dr. Loy (1914)
    • Prefaces to “Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology” (1916, 1917)
    • The Significance of the Father in the Destiny of the Individual (1909/1949)
    • Introduction to Kranefeldt's “Secret Ways of the Mind” (1930)
    • Freud and Jung: Contrasts (1929)


    5. SYMBOLS OF TRANSFORMATION (1911-12/1952)

    PART I

    • Introduction
    • Two Kinds of Thinking
    • The Miller Fantasies: Anamnesis
    • The Hymn of Creation
    • The Song of the Moth

    PART II

    • Introduction
    • The Concept of Libido
    • The Transformation of Libido
    • The Origin of the Hero
    • Symbols of the Mother and of Rebirth
    • The Battle for Deliverance from the Mother The Dual Mother
    • The Sacrifice
    • Epilogue
    • Appendix: The Miller Fantasies


    6. PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES (1921)

    • Introduction
    • The Problem of Types in the History of Classical and Medieval Thought
    • Schiller's Ideas on the Type Problem
    • The Apollinian and the Dionysian
    • The Type Problem in Human Character
    • The Type Problem in Poetry
    • The Type Problem in Psychopathology
    • The Type Problem in Aesthetics
    • The Type Problem in Modern Philosophy
    • The Type Problem in Biography
    • General Description of the Types
    • Definitions
    • Epilogue
    • Four Papers on Psychological Typology (1913, 1925, 1931, 1936)


    7. TWO ESSAYS ON ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY

    • On the Psychology of the Unconscious (1917/1926/1943)
    • The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious (1928)
    • Appendix: New Paths in Psychology (1912); The Structure of the Unconscious (1916) (new versions, with variants, 1966)


    8. THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE PSYCHE

    • On Psychic Energy (1928)
    • The Transcendent Function ([1916]/1957)
    • A Review of the Complex Theory (1934)
    • The Significance of Constitution and Heredity in Psychology (1919)
    • Psychological Factors Determining Human Behavior (1937)
    • Instinct and the Unconscious (1919)
    • The Structure of the Psyche (1927/1931)
    • On the Nature of the Psyche (1947/1954)
    • General Aspects of Dream Psychology (1916/1948)
    • On the Nature of Dreams (1945/1948)
    • The Psychological Foundations of Belief in Spirits (1920/1948)
    • Spirit and Life (1926)
    • Basic Postulates of Analytical Psychology (1931)
    • Analytical Psychology and Weltanschauung (1928/1931)
    • The Real and the Surreal (1933)
    • The Stages of Life (1930-1931)
    • The Soul and Death (1934)
    • Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle (1952)
    • Appendix: On Synchronicity (1951)


    9. PART I. THE ARCHETYPES AND THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS

    • Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious (1934/1954)
    • The Concept of the Collective Unconscious (1936)
    • Concerning the Archetypes, with Special Reference to the Anima Concept (1936/1954)
    • Psychological Aspects of the Mother Archetype (1938/1954)
    • Concerning Rebirth (1940/1950)
    • The Psychology of the Child Archetype (1940)
    • The Psychological Aspects of the Kore (1941)
    • The Phenomenology of the Spirit in Fairytales (1945/1948)
    • On the Psychology of the Trickster-Figure (1954)
    • Conscious, Unconscious, and Individuation (1939)
    • A Study in the Process of Individuation (1934/1950)
    • Concerning Mandala Symbolism (1950)
    • Appendix: Mandalas (1955)


    9. PART II. AION: RESEARCHES INTO THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE SELF (1951)

    • The Ego
    • The Shadow
    • The Syzygy: Anima and Animus
    • The Self
    • Christ, a Symbol of the Self
    • The Sign of the Fishes
    • The Prophecies of Nostradamus
    • The Historical Significance of the Fish
    • The Ambivalence of the Fish Symbol
    • The Fish in Alchemy
    • The Alchemical Interpretation of the Fish
    • Background to the Psychology of Christian Alchemical Symbolism
    • Gnostic Symbols of the Self
    • The Structure and Dynamics of the Self
    • Conclusion


    10. CIVILIZATION IN TRANSITION

    • The Role of the Unconscious (1918)
    • Mind and Earth (1927/1931)
    • Archaic Man (1931)
    • The Spiritual Problem of Modern Man (1928/1931)
    • The Love Problem of a Student (1928)
    • Woman in Europe (1927)
    • The Meaning of Psychology for Modern Man (1933/1934)
    • The State of Psychotherapy Today (1934)
    • Preface and Epilogue to “Essays on Contemporary Events” (1946)
    • Wotan (1936)
    • After the Catastrophe (1945)
    • The Fight with the Shadow (1946)
    • The Undiscovered Self (Present and Future) (1957)
    • Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth (1958)
    • A Psychological View of Conscience (1958)
    • Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology (1959)
    • Introduction to Wolff's “Studies in Jungian Psychology” (1959)
    • The Swiss Line in the European Spectrum (1928)
    • Reviews of Keyserling's “America Set Free” (1930) and “La Revolution Mondiale” (1934)
    • The Complications of American Psychology (1930)
    • The Dreamlike World of India (1939)
    • What India Can Teach Us (1939)
    • Appendix: Documents (1933-1938)


    11. PSYCHOLOGY AND RELIGION: WEST AND EAST

    WESTERN RELIGION

    • Psychology and Religion (The Terry Lectures) (1938/1940)
    • A Psychological Approach to the Dogma of the Trinity (1942/1948)
    • Transformation Symbolism in the Mass (1942/1954)
    • Forewords to White's “God and the Unconscious” and Werblowsky's “Lucifer and Prometheus” (1952)
    • Brother Klaus (1933)
    • Psychotherapists or the Clergy (1932)
    • Psychoanalysis and the Cure of Souls (1928)
    • Answer to Job (1952)

    EASTERN RELIGION

    • Psychological Commentaries on “The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation” (1939/1954) and “The Tibetan Book of the Dead” (1935/1953)
    • Yoga and the West (1936)
    • Foreword to Suzuki's “Introduction to Zen Buddhism” (1939)
    • The Psychology of Eastern Meditation (1943)
    • The Holy Men of India: Introduction to Zimmer's “Der Weg turn Selbst” (1944)
    • Foreword to the “I Ching” (1950)


    12. PSYCHOLOGY AND ALCHEMY (1944)

    • Prefatory note to the English Edition ([1951?] added 1967)
    • Introduction to the Religious and Psychological Problems of Alchemy
    • Individual Dream Symbolism in Relation to Alchemy (1936)
    • Religious Ideas in Alchemy (1937)
    • Epilogue


    13. ALCHEMICAL STUDIES

    • Commentary on “The Secret of the Golden Flower” (1929)
    • The Visions of Zosimos (1938/1954)
    • Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon (1942)
    • The Spirit Mercurius (1943/1948)
    • The Philosophical Tree (1945/1954)


    14. MYSTERIUM CONIUNCTIONIS: AN INQUIRY INTO THE SEPARATION AND SYNTHESIS OF PSYCHIC OPPOSITES IN ALCHEMY(1955-56)

    • The Components of the Coniunctio
    • The Paradoxa
    • The Personification of the Opposites
    • Rex and Regina
    • Adam and Eve
    • The Conjunction


    15. THE SPIRIT IN MAN, ART, AND LITERATURE

    • Paracelsus (1929)
    • Paracelsus the Physician (1941)
    • Sigmund Freud in His Historical Setting (1932)
    • In Memory of Sigmund Freud (1939)
    • Richard Wilhelm: In Memoriam (1930)
    • On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry (1922)
    • Psychology and Literature (1930/1950)
    • "Ulysses": A Monologue (1932)
    • Picasso (1932)


    16. THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

    GENERAL PROBLEMS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

    • Principles of Practical Psychotherapy (1935)
    • What Is Psychotherapy? (1935)
    • Some Aspects of Modern Psychotherapy (1930)
    • The Aims of Psychotherapy (1931)
    • Problems of Modern Psychotherapy (1929)
    • Psychotherapy and a Philosophy of Life (1943)
    • Medicine and Psychotherapy (1945)
    • Psychotherapy Today (1945)
    • Fundamental Questions of Psychotherapy (1951)

    SPECIFIC PROBLEMS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY

    • The Therapeutic Value of Abreaction (1921/1928)
    • The Practical Use of Dream-Analysis (1934)
    • The Psychology of the Transference (1946)
    • Appendix: The Realities of Practical Psychotherapy ([1937] added, 1966)


    17. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY

    • Psychic Conflicts in a Child (1910/1946)
    • Introduction to Wickes's “Analyses der Kinderseele” (1927/1931)
    • Child Development and Education (1928)
    • Analytical Psychology and Education: Three Lectures (1926/1946)
    • The Gifted Child (1943)
    • The Significance of the Unconscious in Individual Education (1928)
    • The Development of Personality (1934)
    • Marriage as a Psychological Relationship (1925)


    18. THE SYMBOLIC LIFE (1954) Translated by R.F.C. Hull and others Miscellaneous Writings

    19. COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF C. G. JUNG'S WRITINGS (1976; 2d ed., 1992)

    20. GENERAL INDEX OF THE COLLECTED WORKS (1979)


    A. THE ZOFINGIA LECTURES (1983)

    Supplementary Volume A to the Collected Works

    • The Border Zones of Exact Science (November 1896)
    • Some Thoughts on Psychology (May 1897)
    • Inaugural Address, Upon Assuming the Chairmanship of the Zofingia Club (Winter Semester 1897/98)
    • Thoughts on the Nature and Value of Speculative Inquiry (Summer Semester 1898)
    • Thoughts on the Interpretation of Christianity, with reference to the Theory of Albrecht Ritschl (January 1899)

    B. PSYCHOLOGY OF THE UNCONSCIOUS: A STUDY OF THE TRANSFORMATIONS AND SYMBOLISMS OF THE LIBIDO. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE EVOLUTION OF THOUGHT ([1912] 1992)

    Supplementary Volume B to the Collected Works. Translated by Beatrice M. Hinkle, introduction by William McGuire.

    An early translation of Jung's Wandlungen und Symbole der Libido, later thoroughly revised and re-translated as vol. 5, above.

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