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Marie-Louise von Franz
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Lectures on Jung's Typology

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First presented as lectures at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, the two authors expand, each in their own way, upon Jung's famous theory of types: Introversion and Extroversion as attitudes; Feeling, Thinking, Sensation and Intuition as functions of the personality.

Hillman elaborates upon the feeling function and differentiates it from eros, from emotion, from feminini

Published (first published June 1971)
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First Hillman writing I came across, "The Feeling Function." I didn't understand as many as half the words but his writing somehow lit a fire in my capacity to imagine, and perhaps that confusion was a precise necessity to ignite the aether of the imaginal....
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Marie-Louise von Franz was a Swiss Jungian psychologist and scholar.
Von Franz worked with Carl Jung, whom she met in 1933 and knew until his death in 1961. Jung believed in the unity of the psychological and material worlds, i.e., they are one and the same, just different manifestations. He also believed that this concept of the unus mundus could be investigated through research on the archetypes...more
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