Depth Psychology and Modern Man
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Depth Psychology and Modern Man

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The new depth psychology & the resources of personality
The depth dimension in the study of man
The dream of the luminous child
A prototype of modern man: the life & thought of Jan Christian Smuts
Biology & depth psychology: the perspective of Edmund Sinnott
The urge toward ongoing life
The organic psyche & its contents
Imagery in personal growth
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Paperback, 294 pages
Published January 1st 1974 by McGraw-Hill (Blacklick, OH) (first published 1959)
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The former director of Dialogue House, Dr. Ira Progoff has worked toward a dynamic, humanistic psychology as private therapist, lecturer, and group leader. He has served as Bollingen Fellow and as Director of the Institute for Research in Depth Psychology at Drew University. He was a leading authority on C.G. Jung, depth psychology and transpersonal psychology as well as journal writing.

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