C.G. Jung and the Problem of Evil: The Strange Trial of Mr. Hyde

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TitleC.G. Jung and the Problem of Evil: The Strange Trial of Mr. Hyde
Publication TypeBook
Pub Year1993
AuthorsSanford, J. A.
Keywordspsychic prison
Notes "To the extent that we are egocentric we live in fear, under a sense of constant threat. We also live out and fulfill only a small portion of our personalities, because the egocentric life is a cramped life. It is like living inside a walled, heavily defended castle. Here we try to feel secure, but it does not occur to us that our castle is also our prison." (p. 133)
URLhttps://books.google.com/books?id=bC4gAAAACAAJ
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