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4.18  ·  Rating details ·  641 ratings  ·  41 reviews
Breaking from Freud by allowing for nonsexual psychic forces driving the libido, Carl Jung made a more lasting name for himself than did his mentor. Psychology of the Unconscious is a prodigious leap away from Freud's dictatorial constraints, exploring the mythic aspects of our interior lives in exquisite detail. While he sometimes sacrifices readability for erudition, thi ...more
Integrale, 223 pages
Published 2011 (first published 1912)
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Mèo lười
Oct 10, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Vừa đủ để nhập môn vào phân tâm học theo kiểu của Jung chứ không phải kiểu Freud.
Vài trích đoạn hay ho trong cuốn sách mỏng này:

"Có thể nói rằng thế giới của chúng ta bị ngăn cách như tâm thần một người suy nhược thần kinh, bức màn sắt tượng trưng cho đường ranh. Người Tây phương biết rõ cái "ý chí cương cường" ghê gớm của các nước theo xã hội chủ nghĩa nên buộc lòng phải dùng những phương pháp tự vệ rất kì dị. Nhưng đồng thời họ cũng tự khoe cái đức của mình, cái thiện ý của mình. Cái họ không
Sách Chuyền Tay
Tiềm thức mình cho cuốn này 3 sao, ý thức mình cho cuốn này 4 sao. Diễn ra là, về mặt kiến thức thì mình không đồng ý lắm, còn về mặt diễn đạt thì dịch giả dịch rất sáng. Chốt thành 3.5 ^^
Để tối về ngồi úp mặt vào tường xem có nghĩ ra được cái gì để nói về cuốn này nữa không (T.T)
Taliesin Mcknight
This is a must read for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of Jung's theories. Here Jung examines dreams, mythology, and literature in order to shed light on the repressed aspects of the psyche held within the unconscious. This book focuses particularly upon the repression of the libido, the incest prohibition, and the problem of the libido tied up with the mother image. Here, libido is taken beyond just sexual energy into a broader understanding of psychic energy as a driving force. This i ...more
Cristian  Morales
Jan 15, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Este libro recopila observaciones de innumerables mitos a través de la óptica del psicoanálisis de inicios del siglo XX.

La labor bibliográfica es impresionante. Jung recorre mitología grecoromana, sumeria, egipcia, judeocristiana, nórdica, y seguro que estoy olvidando un montón más.

Hace referencia a libros de Goethe y Nietsche que no he leído lamentablemente.

Me gustaría contrastar esto con una publicación muy reciente de la escuela gestalt.
Amazing read. One can't help but appreciate Jung's depth and breadth of knowledge of mythology and religion and how aptly he draws from their significance in exploring the importance of symbolism involved in transformation of the psyche. My favorite Jung book to date.
كتابي جالب راجع به لايه هاي پنهان روح ادمي
هرچند كه ايده ضمير نا خودآگاه از آن يونگ نيست اما با
به نظر من تعبير روياي او بهتر از نظرات فرويد توضيح دهنده ضمير ناخودآگاه است
May 27, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
چه شخصیت جالبیه یونگ ! بیشتر باید کاراشو خوند بعضی جاهای این کتاب نیاز به آشنایی قبلی زیادی با کارای یونگ و کلا روانکاوی داره .
Ricche Khosasi
it would be better to read CW.5 (Symbols of Transformation) rather than this
Jul 03, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Jung analyses the autobiographic sketches of a young woman in order to expose the underlying stereotypical mythic imagery he deems universal for all psyches. As methodological help he turns to scholars dealing with the importance of myth for the creation of religions and collective habits. His terminology is highly based on Freud's findings for the interpretation of dreams. However while Freud insists on the sexually motivated nature of these dreams, Jung argues for a broader definition of the t ...more
Nov 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
How big a heart do you have to swallow and stomach the immensity of this seminal work? How big a mind can you stretch to reimagine the size of the Jung's thorough and vast reach of lateral anthropological knowledge? Finally, how strong a faith do you have in your socio-cultural and cognitive structure to sustain the challenges that will hammer on your inherited systems once Jung connects it with the communal subconscious?

Even the Koran was not spared.

For me, it fortified my faith. Because I've
May 04, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Little did CG know that by 2015, his concepts would not require in-depth explanation because they are common parlance now. For an exhaustive review of his concepts of the Unconscious, which were changed as he grew older, this book is excellent. Can be tiresome for a 20th century person at times, so be patient.
Jul 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: psihoan-i-dr
highly comprehensive, in-depth; overstresses mythology, but shows a great knowledge
May 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'll never look at my own thoughts and dreams in the same way after reading this book. Be prepared for a journey into your own unconscious mind - not for the faint of heart.
Tim Daily
Aug 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Now I know what all the fuss is about. Jung reveals the importance of mythology in our collective being.
Derek Jeffries
Sep 16, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: partially-read
This is by far the worst book I have ever read- Jung writes lengthy chapters where he says literally nothing of substance whatsoever- he doesn't present any psychological theories or insights at all- he just makes a series of vapid, meaningless statements with no real substance behind them.

Arthur Schopenhauer perfectly described writers like Jung in his "Parerga and Paralipomena," in "On books and Writing:"
"There are, first of all, two kinds of authors: those who write for the subject’s sake, an
Agnes Fontana
Dec 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Psychologie de l'inconscient est le livre où Jung expose les bases de son système : les névroses sont le lieu d'un conflit entre les différentes dimensions de l'individu ; Freud, en posant l'hypothèse de la nature uniquement sexuelle du refoulé, n'a vu qu'une partie du problème : il y a aussi l'instinct de puissance du moi, qu'avait repéré Adler, et les contenus archétypaux de l'inconscient collectif. Jung nous présente aussi ce dernier, et la notion d'énergie psychique et les formes et valeurs ...more
Michael Hicks
Jan 08, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
This book was like a gold mine- mostly dross, with some fool's gold and a tiny nugget of real, valuable material. Jung elevates the non-sequitor to an art form. He's a bloody genius, which can be frustrating because the connections between seemingly non-related material probably seemed obvious to him. German scholarly writing was deliberately obscurantist for a long time, and he seems to come on the tail end of that, but I sense that he's trying to be as clear as he can here.

His point is that y
Jun 26, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Varför tog det mig så lång tid att läsa mig igenom "Det omedvetna". Låt oss gå bort från spetsfundigheter om att det var mitt omedvetna som höll mig borta från att läsa den. Det mesta berodde på något helt medvetet.
Likväl fann jag detta för väldigt berikande läsning. Både med anledning av dess bildande karaktär, dess framställning av mytologi och mystik men också för att den sannerligen bjuder in till en kritisk läsning.
Det finns mycket hos Jung som är värt att beakta, men det finns minst lika
Tu Hoang
Oct 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Giang Le
Dec 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Trích một đoạn C. Jung viết trong Thăm dò tiềm thức: Hẳn nhiên nếu người ta cho rằng giấc mơ tượng trưng cho một cái gì đó, người ta sẽ giải thích nó khác hẳn người nào cho rằng giấc mơ mượn sinh lực chính yếu của một ý tưởng hay một xúc đông quen thuộc bị hóa trang đi mà thôi. Trong trường sau này đem giấc mơ ra giải thích thì sẽ chẳng mấy ý nghĩa bởi vì người ta chỉ thấy cái gì người ta đã biết rồi.

Mình đã đọc đi đọc lại nửa đầu cuốn sách và vẫn phải dừng lại ở điểm này, từ đây trở đi việc đi
Jan 21, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
Bastante interessante até mesmo para leigos que não possuem muita afinidade com os estudos psicológicos, mesmo que haja bastante apresentação de casos clinicos e referências a autores específicos da área. Nesse livro, Jung - alem de tratar principalmente dos aspectos do inconsciente e do seu sistema compensatório- trata bastante da interpretação dos sonhos e como eles podem ser, inclusive, premonitório. Mais uma vez Jung flerta com o que muitos acreditam ser misticismo, mas, para mim, a frase do ...more
May 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ce livre est d'une grande richesse. Avec clarté et synthèse, Carl Gustav Jung explique sa théorie sur l'inconscient. Après la lecture de son autobiographie, ce livre vient décrire plus précisément et clairement sa théorie tout en faisant écho à son vécu. Ce livre est d'autant plus appréciable, qu'il résonne à l'intérieur, offrant les clés de la découverte de soi et de l'acceptation de son ombre. C'est un très bel ouvrage emprunt de l'enthousiasme de son auteur et de son optimisme.
On y découvre a
Sky Nguyen
Cuôn sach đâu tiên vê tâm ly hoc minh đoc. noi vê giâc mơ va nhưng gi giâc mơ mang lai dươi khia canh đi sâu vao tiêm thưc. cung la sach đâu tiên cua C.G. Jung ma minh đoc. Vi qua phưc tap nên cân co nên tang vưng chăc đê năm đươc nhưng điêu tac gia trinh bay. ...more
David Garcia
Apr 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Should look into Symbolism more.
Where is Symbolism found? What does common Symbolism mean?
Should also look into "Libido", the Sexual Drive, Freudian Drive, etc.
How does the Libido affect Motivation?
Consider: Energy Transmutation
The Unconscious refers to the Dreams.
How does the world of Dreams affect us? What do Dreams tell us about ourselves?
Need to read more of Jung's work.
Kuroi Neko
Jul 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Credo di "indovinato" il volume per avvicinarmi a Jung. Le sue teorie mi hanno sempre affascinata, in particolare i suoi concetti di Ombra, Individuazione e Coscienza collettiva. Il modo in cui espone i suoi concetti non è semplicissimo ma - almeno in questo volume che lui stesso definisce divulgativo - non sono complicati quanto temessi.
Necessário como porta de entrada, mas aindabem tímido em termos de td que Jung pode oferecer.
Iscritto Iscritti
Oct 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Arguably the single simplest book by Jung and about his thoughts.
More understandable that many other books.
M oman
Nov 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: psychology
This is one of Jung's earliest books and the one that caused the separation between him and freud after a long friendship .
In this book Jung psychologically discuss mainly and lengthily the symbolism of the libido attached to the mother as it appear frequently in mythology and fantasies and dreams of the neurotics , and other related topics,
and here are some of the important quotes that I highlighted to get a general idea about the book.

" the reality which is lacking to the patient is just that
Phuong La
Mặc dù NXB có chia sẻ đây là một cuốn sách mà Carl Jung đã sử dụng ngôn ngữ giản dị nhất để những người "ngoại đạo" vẫn có thể hiểu được nhưng quả thật với 1 người mới bắt đầu tìm hiểu về Tâm lý học như tôi thì đây là một quyển sách rất khó đọc và rất chuyên sâu. Tác giả nghiên cứu và phân tích các giấc mơ vì theo ông giấc mơ là biểu tượng của tiềm thức và không hề vô nghĩa nếu chúng ta biết cách "giải mã" chúng. Nhưng để giải mã 1 giấc mơ không hề dễ vì người giải mã cần phải hiểu được bản tính ...more
Marina Resende
Mar 22, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Portanto em lugar de combater-se a si próprio, é melhor aprender a carregar o próprio fardo, não apenas tentando elaborar inutilmente as dificuldades internas sob a forma de fantasias, mas colocando-as nas vivências reais. Deste modo o indivíduo evitará viver e consumir-se somente em lutas inúteis. Se os homens fossem educados no sentido de ver o lado sombrio de sua natureza, provavelmente aprenderiam a compreender e a amar verdadeiramente os seus semelhantes. Um pouco menos de hipocrisia e um ...more
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Carl Gustav Jung (/jʊŋ/; German: [ˈkarl ˈɡʊstaf jʊŋ]), often referred to as C. G. Jung, was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. Jung proposed and developed the concepts of extraversion and introversion; archetypes, and the collective unconscious. His work has been influential in psychiatry and in the study of religion, philosophy, archeology, anthropology, l ...more
“O paciente precisa aprender a distinguir o eu do não-eu, isto é, da psique coletiva. Assim, adquire o material com que vai ter que se haver daí em diante e por muito tempo ainda. A energia antes aplicada de forma inaproveitável, patológica, encontra seu campo apropriado! Para diferenciar o eu do não-eu é indispensável que o homem — na função de eu — se conserve em terra firme, isto é, cumpra seu dever
em relação à vida e, em todos os sentidos, manifesta sua vitalidade como
membro ativo da sociedade humana. Tudo quanto deixar de fazer nesse sentido cairá no inconsciente e reforçará a posição do mesmo. E ainda por cima ele se arrisca a ser engolido pelo inconsciente. Essa infração, porém, é
severamente punida.”
“This kind of for-getfulness was called repression, and is the normal mechanism by which nature protects the individual from such painful feelings as are caused by unpleasant and unacceptable experiences and thoughts, the recognition of his egoistic nature, and the often quite unbearable conflict of his weaknesses with his feelings of idealism.” 1 likes
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