8/28/2012 0 Comments
Review of "Two Essays on Analytical Psychology" 1928 Translation by Carl Gustav Jung
Amazon Reviews by Robert Winer, M.D.
"Two Essays on Analytical Psychology" 1928 Translation by Carl Gustav Jung
First English Language Translation of Jung's Two Essays
This is the Baynes translation. In my opinion, Baynes, a medical doctor, analytical psychologist who trained under Jung, gives a translations that has quite a different feel from the Collected Works of Jung (translator most of the volumes is Hull). Hull wasn't a medical doctor and so, though his knowledge of Jung was encyclopedic, lacked the clinical feel that is retained in the Baynes translation. So my suggestion, particularly for all who maintain a clinical practice and want to incorporate Jung's ideas into their practice or for all Jungian analysts or trainees, is that this book is a must have for your library and education.
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