Journey Into Jung's Red Book: Liber Primus
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A personal and theoretical look at Liber Primus, the first of the collection of books written by psychologist Carl Jung that were collectively entitled The Red Book. Unpublished until October of 2009, The Red Book is considered by many, including Jung himself, to be the foundation of all of Jung s groundbreaking theories and writings to follow.
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Published July 17th 2010 by White Sun Press (first published March 4th 2010)
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