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Nine essays, written between 1922 and 1941, on Paracelsus, Freud, Picasso, the sinologist Richard Wilhelm, Joyce's Ulysses, artistic creativity generally, and the source of artistic creativity in archetypal structures. Nine essays, written between 1922 and 1941, on Paracelsus, Freud, Picasso, the sinologist Richard Wilhelm, Joyce's Ulysses, artistic creativity generally, and the source of artistic creativity in archetypal structures.


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Nine essays, written between 1922 and 1941, on Paracelsus, Freud, Picasso, the sinologist Richard Wilhelm, Joyce's Ulysses, artistic creativity generally, and the source of artistic creativity in archetypal structures. Nine essays, written between 1922 and 1941, on Paracelsus, Freud, Picasso, the sinologist Richard Wilhelm, Joyce's Ulysses, artistic creativity generally, and the source of artistic creativity in archetypal structures.

30 review for The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature

  1. 4 out of 5

    Hulyacln

    İnsan,sanat ve edebiyat..hepsi ruhta birleşiyor. Carl Gustav Jung Paracelsus,Freud,Richard Wilhelm,Picasso ve Ulysses üzerine denemelerini sunuyor.Özellikle bir dönem öğrencisi olduğu Freud üzerine düşüncelerini okumak keyifliydi.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mohamedridha Alaskari محمد رضا العسكري

    التهمت الكتاب بشغف ولهفة، لم استطع اجتياز سطر واخد او كلمة واحدة! حميع محتويات الكتاب عبارة عن نسق مترابط بدقّة ورصانة فريدة من نوعها، وهذا ما يميز يونگ عن فرويد! كون فرويد ينقطع في تناوله لبعض المواضيع الشائكة والمترابطة. """"""""""""""" يتناول يونگشخصيات مختلفة من ازمنة مختلفة ويفكك رموزها مثل باراسيلوس وفرويد و ريتشارد ويلهلم و اوليسيس جويس واخيرا بيكاسو ويحللهم تحليل علمنفسي - اعتبره منصف - وغير مجحف بحقهم ويطرح عقدهم النفسية ويحاول تفكيكها عن بإسلوب علمنفسي صرف. """"""""""""""" الكتاب يفتح الآفا التهمت الكتاب بشغف ولهفة، لم استطع اجتياز سطر واخد او كلمة واحدة! حميع محتويات الكتاب عبارة عن نسق مترابط بدقّة ورصانة فريدة من نوعها، وهذا ما يميز يونگ عن فرويد! كون فرويد ينقطع في تناوله لبعض المواضيع الشائكة والمترابطة. """"""""""""""" يتناول يونگشخصيات مختلفة من ازمنة مختلفة ويفكك رموزها مثل باراسيلوس وفرويد و ريتشارد ويلهلم و اوليسيس جويس واخيرا بيكاسو ويحللهم تحليل علمنفسي - اعتبره منصف - وغير مجحف بحقهم ويطرح عقدهم النفسية ويحاول تفكيكها عن بإسلوب علمنفسي صرف. """"""""""""""" الكتاب يفتح الآفاق للتعمق بـ "روح الإنسان" ولايقصد بها؛ تلك الروح التي عرفنا معناها من خلال ثقافاتنا وديننا وعاداتنا وتقاليدنا، كلا. انها الروح من منظور علمنفسي تلك التي هي موجودة ليس فقط بالكائنات الحية وحسب، وانما الروح التي توجد بكل شيء، قد اكون دقيقا عندما اقول صبغة الاشياء التي تضهر جلية للعيان. ويتعمق يونگ في روح الانسان وروح الفن وروح الأدب.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Guy

    There is some fascinating and brilliant insights into the relationship between psychology and the EXAMINATION of what a work of art may or may not mean. He comments that a work of art is in and of itself, as unexplainable and as mysterious as Life itself. One of the funniest things I've read in a long time is his examination of James Joyce's Ulysses. I think it was after a nap — he fell asleep while struggling through the book — he found great relief with the realization that the book could be re There is some fascinating and brilliant insights into the relationship between psychology and the EXAMINATION of what a work of art may or may not mean. He comments that a work of art is in and of itself, as unexplainable and as mysterious as Life itself. One of the funniest things I've read in a long time is his examination of James Joyce's Ulysses. I think it was after a nap — he fell asleep while struggling through the book — he found great relief with the realization that the book could be read just as well backwards as forwards. Which he proceeded to do, and found that that was indeed the case. He expressed great admiration for the skill it took to write this book. And from "Ulysses": A Monologue, he makes an important observation of society 80 years ago that has become even more 'true' today:Atrophy of feeling is characteristic of modern man and always shows itself as a reaction when there is too much feeling around, and in particular too much false feeling. From the lack of feeling in Ulysses we may infer a hideous sentimentality in the age that produced it. But are we really so sentimental today?And of course we are, and I suggest even more so. In our recent history we are inundated with over-the-top sentimentalized 'news events' while our world leaders heartlessly continue economic and military wars that kill millions. Collectively, individually and in our schools and media, we tacitly support this heartless killing through our ignorance and/or inaction, and at the same time put into power people like Trump in no small part because of the over sentimentalized sell of his 'making America great again.' I started reading this a while ago, but only as a small essay filler book that I use to fill short reading opportunities. Alas, the ideas and the synchronicities were so rich that I've now all but finished it ahead of the other books I've already started. This is a powerfully reflective book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Afshin

    In the modern psychoanalytic literary critical theory, where Freud and Lacan still are the centre of attention, Yung has been often overlooked. And yet, it's Yung who passionately talks about Art and the psychic aspect of it. This collection of his notes and essays is a solid proof in this regard that guides you through Yung's labyrinthine mind. However, his literary style in writing rejects clarity and keeps the door open for forthcoming various, if not conflicting, interpretations. In the modern psychoanalytic literary critical theory, where Freud and Lacan still are the centre of attention, Yung has been often overlooked. And yet, it's Yung who passionately talks about Art and the psychic aspect of it. This collection of his notes and essays is a solid proof in this regard that guides you through Yung's labyrinthine mind. However, his literary style in writing rejects clarity and keeps the door open for forthcoming various, if not conflicting, interpretations.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kubilay Çırakoğlu

    güneşli bir kasım sabahı doğmuşum... ne kıymetliymiş.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Erik Graff

    This is rather a miscellany of texts on various subjects by C.G. Jung, none of them difficult to understand.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rashad Raoufi

    the book is very dense in its language, its basically a series of essays by jung about art and creativity. its at times very hard to understand, i had to read it certain paragraphs again to get a better grasp of what he is trying to say. i particurlarly likes his analysis of frued its probably the best part of the book. its very objective and well written, puts his arguments against freudism very succintly which has been confirmed by other experts later than 1930s when he wrote it, so he was a h the book is very dense in its language, its basically a series of essays by jung about art and creativity. its at times very hard to understand, i had to read it certain paragraphs again to get a better grasp of what he is trying to say. i particurlarly likes his analysis of frued its probably the best part of the book. its very objective and well written, puts his arguments against freudism very succintly which has been confirmed by other experts later than 1930s when he wrote it, so he was a head of his time. its well worth a read if your into art,literature and psychology.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Razan

    تعرفت في هذا الكتاب على "باراسيلسوس" لأول مرة وأُعجبت به كـ"روحاني" ولكن لم انسجم معه كطبيب.. كتاب لطيف، والطف مافيه فصل العلاقة بين علم النفس التحليلي والشعر تعرفت في هذا الكتاب على "باراسيلسوس" لأول مرة وأُعجبت به كـ"روحاني" ولكن لم انسجم معه كطبيب.. كتاب لطيف، والطف مافيه فصل العلاقة بين علم النفس التحليلي والشعر

  9. 4 out of 5

    Li-ming

    Particularly liked his riff on Ulysses and Mr Joyce, though I've not read it and am no more likely to after reading this! Particularly liked his riff on Ulysses and Mr Joyce, though I've not read it and am no more likely to after reading this!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Hidayatullah Ibrahim

    Buku perjalanan tentang tokoh Islamic pra modern seperti Ibnu Sina maupun paska renaisans di Eropa baik di bidang filsafat, kedokteran, astrilologi, psikologi, seni, sastra dll sbb: 1. Paracelsus, tentang pengobatan pra modern dan penemuan alkimia baik dari sisi metode pengobatan maupun penangkal virus dalam masa wabah. 2. Sigmund Freud, menjelaskan Psikoanalisis 3. James Joyce, menjelaskan tentang Sastra Ulyses dan seni dalam novel 4. Pablo Picasso, yang menjelasakan bagaimana hubungan seniman deng Buku perjalanan tentang tokoh Islamic pra modern seperti Ibnu Sina maupun paska renaisans di Eropa baik di bidang filsafat, kedokteran, astrilologi, psikologi, seni, sastra dll sbb: 1. Paracelsus, tentang pengobatan pra modern dan penemuan alkimia baik dari sisi metode pengobatan maupun penangkal virus dalam masa wabah. 2. Sigmund Freud, menjelaskan Psikoanalisis 3. James Joyce, menjelaskan tentang Sastra Ulyses dan seni dalam novel 4. Pablo Picasso, yang menjelasakan bagaimana hubungan seniman dengan psikologis analaitik oleh Carl Gustav Jung ilmuwan Swiss. 5. Friderich Nietzsche, bagaimana impuls dari seni dan sastra pramodern membuatnya tergugah akan teori revolusi jerman dan kepemimpinan. 6. Richard Wilhelm, Sinologis budaya Tiongkok yang menjelaskan peradaban bangsa China pra modern Timur dan hubungannya dengan pergumulan terhadap bangsa Barat Kesimpulan Carl Gustav Jung mengangkat tema yang sangat menarik bagaimana kaitan Psikoanalitik dalam psikologis berhubungan erat dengan seni kehidupan dan spirit harapan manusia

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nicoleta Faina

    LOVED THIS BOOK!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Koray Karabekiroğlu

    Hayal kırıklığı yaratan bir kitap

  13. 4 out of 5

    Constantino Casasbuenas

    Jung, C.G. The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature Ark Paperbacks, 1966 Hace muchos años que quería a comenzar a leer los libros de Jung que la Flaca comenzó a leer hace como 30 años! Hasta ahora encontré las ganas de hacerlo y ha sido un gusto enorme comenzar por este libro en que se relacionan espíritu, arte y literatura. Me gustó mucho la estructura del texto que ayuda a elaborar el contenido. Primero Jung junta artículos que ha trabajado sobre Paracelso (el médico que es capaz de ligar la salud Jung, C.G. The Spirit in Man, Art and Literature Ark Paperbacks, 1966 Hace muchos años que quería a comenzar a leer los libros de Jung que la Flaca comenzó a leer hace como 30 años! Hasta ahora encontré las ganas de hacerlo y ha sido un gusto enorme comenzar por este libro en que se relacionan espíritu, arte y literatura. Me gustó mucho la estructura del texto que ayuda a elaborar el contenido. Primero Jung junta artículos que ha trabajado sobre Paracelso (el médico que es capaz de ligar la salud del cuerpo con los astros y con la filosofía), Sigmund Freud (con quien trabajó) y Richard Whilhelm (quien trae el I Ching a occidente). Luego dedica un capítulo a la relación entre Psicología Analítica y Poesía, entre Psicología y Literatura. Cierra el texto analizando el Ulises (de Joyce) y Picasso. Encontré como limitante enorme el que salvo algunas excepciones pequeñitas, yo no he leído ninguno de los autores o los temas mencionados. El libro es una buena invitación a trabajar estos y otros autores que aparecen reseñados tales como Dante (y la Divina Comedia), Nietzsche, Goethe (y el Fausto). Llama a leer Ulises y a mirar de una manera diferente a Picasso y a otros pintores. Me gustó cómo mira la relación del médico Paracelso con el conocimiento especial que debe tener y con su proximidad con la "luz de la naturaleza". Nacido en 1493, fue capaz de ligar a los médicos clásicos con diversas fuentes de conocimiento empírico y la relación con diversos campos y con la Alquimia (entendida como procedimiento filosófico). Liga la salud con la astrología y la astronomía. Sus contemporáneos lo consideraron el Lutero de la medicina, una de las figuras importantes del Renacimiento. En el capítulo sobre Freud, Jung lanza abiertamente sus críticas a los métodos de Freud. Pero también nos llama la atención sobre la importancia de ubicar a Freud en su contexto histórico específico del materialismo científico del siglo XIX: "It is an instrument to be used by a doctor, and it is dangerous or destructive, or at best ineffective, when applied to the natural expressions of life and its needs". 47 Uno de los capítulos que más me gustó es el dedicado a la memoria de Richard Wilhelm. Yo tenía referencias de él, pero no lo ligaba con tanta fuerza al I Ching, a la China y a la ciencia desarrollada en ése país desde hace miles de años. Es un autor para trabajar bien y con juicio: "... it is Wilhelm who brings new light from the East. This was the cultural task to which he felt himself called, recognizing how much the East had to offer in our spiritual need". 58 "The spirit of Europe is not helped merely by new sensations or a titillation of the nerves. What it has taken China thousands of years to build cannot be acquired by theft". 58 "Nothing can be sacrificed for ever. Everything returns later in changed form, and when once a great sacrifice has been made, the sacrificed thing when it returns must meet with a healthy and resistant body that can take the shock". 62 Del capítulo de relación con la poesía hay muchos aspectos poderosos. Uno de los que más me gustó es la relación que tiene la creación artística con los arquetipos y con la memoria/inconsciente colectivo. Es el aspecto supra-personal. Cómo entender el aspecto supra-personal nuestro, latinoamericano, colombiano? The plant is no a mere product of the soil; it is a living, self-contained process which in essence has nothing to do with the character of the soil. Cómo se acciona la conexión con los arquetipos? "A special ability demands a greater expenditure of energy, which must necessarily leave a deficit on some other side of life".103 Toca ver cómo seguir trabajando con juicio: • C.G. Jung • Richard Wilhelm • Dante - Divina Comedia • Nietzsche y la experiencia dionisíaca • Goethe - El Fausto • Joyce - Ulysses y volver a leer el capítulo! • Picasso y los símbolos que utiliza Chía, 28 de diciembre de 2016

  14. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    Full of interesting observations and insights. The essay on Psychology and Literature is essential background for those wanting to apply psychoanalysis to writing: the risks and benefits. For stimulating views of Joyce and Picasso I guess Jung was of his time, but I find his categorisation of Picasso as a schizoid personality (from his paintings) strikes a chord: "produces pictures which immediately reveal their alienation from feeling.... they communicate no immediate harmonious feeling-tone bu Full of interesting observations and insights. The essay on Psychology and Literature is essential background for those wanting to apply psychoanalysis to writing: the risks and benefits. For stimulating views of Joyce and Picasso I guess Jung was of his time, but I find his categorisation of Picasso as a schizoid personality (from his paintings) strikes a chord: "produces pictures which immediately reveal their alienation from feeling.... they communicate no immediate harmonious feeling-tone but, rather, contradictory feelings or even a complete lack of feeling." Not sure how much this says about Jung too, but I can go along with that.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    Its a random assortment of stuff - kind of a "spare parts" modge podge anthology - but its mostly very interesting and very good - lower rating than most, because alot of it was rather obscure to me, but that with which I'd had previous experience was very interesting. I love how really cutting edge and ahead of his time (by about 50 years) Jung was. Its a random assortment of stuff - kind of a "spare parts" modge podge anthology - but its mostly very interesting and very good - lower rating than most, because alot of it was rather obscure to me, but that with which I'd had previous experience was very interesting. I love how really cutting edge and ahead of his time (by about 50 years) Jung was.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jose

    Loved it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    I found the discussion on the psychology of artists particularly fascinating, including several extremely valuable insights into my own nature and condition.

  18. 4 out of 5

    David

    Excellent collections of nine essays on philosophy and literature.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ray Du

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Dyson

  22. 4 out of 5

    Anders

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bart Schaap

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lelisia

  27. 4 out of 5

    Paul

  28. 5 out of 5

    jamie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gilgamesh

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ron

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