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Editorial note  v

List of plates  xii

Part I

The role of the unconscious

(1918) pp. 3-28.

Mind and earth

(1931) pp. 29-49.

Archaic man

(1931) pp. 50-73.

The spiritual problem of modern man

(1931) pp. 74-94.

Part II

The love problem of a student

(1922) pp. 97-112.

Woman in Europe

(1927) pp. 113-133.

The meaning of psychology for modern man

(1934) pp. 134-156.

The state of psychotherapy today

(1934) pp. 157-173.

Part III

Preface to Essays on contemporary events

(1946) pp. 177-178.

Wotan

(1936) pp. 179-193.

After the catastrophe

(1945) pp. 194-217.

The fight with the shadow

(1946) pp. 218-226.

Epilogue to Essays on contemporary events

(1946) pp. 227-243.

Part IV

The undiscovered self (present and future)

(1957) pp. 247-305.

    The Undiscovered Self is also available via the ebrary ebook collection.

Part V

Flying saucers: a modern myth of things seen in the skies

(1958) pp. 307-433.

Part VI

A psychological view of conscience

(1958) pp. 437-455.

Good and evil in analytical psychology

(1959) pp. 456-468.

Introduction to Toni Wolff's Studies in Jungian Psychology

(1959) pp. 469-476.

Part VII: Reviews and short articles

The Swiss line in the European spectrum

(1928) pp. 479-488.

The rise of a new world

(1930) pp. 489-495.

La revolution mondiale

(1934) pp. 496-501.

The complications of American psychology

(1930) pp. 502-514.

The dreamlike world of India

(1939) pp. 515-524.

What India can teach us

(1939) pp. 525-530.

APPENDIX

Editorial. [Remarks on Psychotherapy]

(1933) pp. 533-534.

A rejoinder to Dr. Bally. [Defense of political position]

(1934) pp. 535-544.

Circular letter. [Invitation to Psychotherapists]

(1934) pp. 545-546.

Editorial [Psychotherapy and Philosophy]

(1935) pp. 547-551.

Editorial note [International aspects of psychology]

(1935) pp. 552-553.

Presidential address to the 8th General Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Bad Nauheim, 1935

(1935) pp. 554-556.

Contribution to a discussion on psychotherapy

(1935) pp. 557-560.

Presidential address to the 9th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Copenhagen, 1937

Translated from an unpublished ms., pp. 561-563.

Presidential address to the 10th International Medical Congress for Psychotherapy, Oxford, 1938

Written in English; not previously published. pp. 564-567.

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