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* with Marie-Luise von Franz (eds.), [[Media:Von_Franz_Luise_Marie_Jung_Gustav_Carl_Man_and_His_Symbols_1988.pdf|''Man and His Symbols'']], J.G. FERGUSON PUBLISHING, 1964; Doubleday, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1983, 1988 (in English).
 
* with Marie-Luise von Franz (eds.), [[Media:Von_Franz_Luise_Marie_Jung_Gustav_Carl_Man_and_His_Symbols_1988.pdf|''Man and His Symbols'']], J.G. FERGUSON PUBLISHING, 1964; Doubleday, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1983, 1988 (in English).
 
** ''Der Mensch und seine Symbole'', 18th edition, Ostfildern: Patmos Verlag, 2012. (in German)
 
** ''Der Mensch und seine Symbole'', 18th edition, Ostfildern: Patmos Verlag, 2012. (in German)
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==Manuscripts==
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* ''The Red Book'' or ''Liber Novus'', Sonu Shamdasani (ed.), trans. Mark Kyburz, John Peck & Sonu Shamdasani, Publishers: Philemon Series, The Philemon Foundation & W. W. Norton & Co., 2009. Jung originally titled the manuscript ''Liber Novus'' (''A New Book'' in Latin), but it was informally known and published as The Red Book. The book is written in calligraphic text and contains many illuminations [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Book_(Jung)] [http://www.iaap.org/books/red_book_promotional_piece.pdf Excepts].
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Carl Gustav Jung (26 July 1875 – 6 June 1961), often referred to as C. G. Jung, was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. His work has been influential in psychiatry and in the study of religion, philosophy, archeology, anthropology, literature, and related fields.

Works

Monographs

Manuscripts

  • The Red Book or Liber Novus, Sonu Shamdasani (ed.), trans. Mark Kyburz, John Peck & Sonu Shamdasani, Publishers: Philemon Series, The Philemon Foundation & W. W. Norton & Co., 2009. Jung originally titled the manuscript Liber Novus (A New Book in Latin), but it was informally known and published as The Red Book. The book is written in calligraphic text and contains many illuminations [1] Excepts.
Translations

Translations

in English
in Romanian

Collected works

in German

  • G.S Gesammelte Schriften

in English

  • C.W. Collected Works of C.G. Jung, 20 vols., trans. R.F.C. Hull, Priceton University Press, 1954-1990.
    • vol. 1, Sir Herbert Read, Michael Fordham & Gerard Adler (eds.), "Psychiatric Studies", 1970.
    • vol. 2, Gerhard Adler (ed.), "Experimental Researches", 1973.
    • vol. 3, Sir Herbert Read, R.F.C. Hull and Gerhard Adler (eds. & trans.), "Psychogenesis of Mental Disease", 1960.
    • vol. 4, R.F.C. Hull and Gerhard Adler (eds. & trans.), "Freud & Psychoanalysis", 1961.
    • vol. 5, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Symbols of Transformation", 1967, 1977.
    • vol. 6, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Psychological Types", 1971, 1976.
    • vol. 7, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Two Essays in Analytical Psychology", 1967, 1972.
    • vol. 8, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche", 1970.
    • vol. 9, (Part 1), Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious", 1969, 1981.
    • vol. 9, (Part 2), Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self", 1969, 1979.
    • vol. 10, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Civilization in Transition", 1970.
    • vol. 11, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Psychology and Religion: West and East", 1970.
    • vol. 12, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Psychology and Alchemy", 1968, 1970.
    • vol. 13, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Alchemical Studies", 1968, 1983.
    • vol. 14, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Mysterium Coniunctionis", 1970, 1977.
    • vol. 15, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Spirit in Man, Art, And Literature", 1966, 1971.
    • vol. 16, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Practice of Psychotherapy", 1966, 1985.
    • vol. 17, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "Development of Personality", 1954, 1981.
    • vol. 18, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (eds. & trans.), "The Symbolic Life: Miscellaneous Writings", 1977.
    • vol. 19, Lisa Ress and William McGuire (eds.), "General Bibliography", 1990.
    • vol. 20, Gerhard Adler and R.F.C. Hull (ed.), "General Index", 1979.
  • Gerhard Adler, Michael Fordham, & Herbert Read (eds.), The Collected Works of C.G. Jung: Complete Digital Edition, trans. R.F.C. Hull, Priceton University Press, 2014, eBooks. [2]

in French

in Romanian

Selected works

in German

More works online

Bibliographies, indices

Printed

  • Deirdre Bair, A Biography, New York: Back Bay Books, 2003
  • Sonu Shamdasani, Jung Stripped Bare: By His Biographers, Even, Kamac Books, 2005

Online

Correspondence

Literature

Monographs

  • Erinnerungen, Traume, Gedanken, (German)
  • Polly Young-Eisendrath, The Cambridge Companion To Jung Cambridge University, 2010

Other

Bibliographies

Films

  • Carl Gustav Jung - The Wisdom of the Dream, documentary produced by PBS (1989) [3]

See Also

Links