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I picked this off the shelf thinking "what the heck, it would be nice to look over the list of books that Jung found important". It is not that kind of bibliography!
This is a list of his writings. I would run out of exclams in this note if it were to express the "wow" that realization brought.
Intros, prefaces, forwards, lecture notes, French, German, Spanish, English, etc etc etc. As a thought experiment, if you were to factor out all the meaning and importance of his life work, lo What a shocker!
As a thought experiment, if you were to factor out all the meaning and importance of his life work, looking only at the mass of output as a whole, that alone is a staggering accomplishment. Noting that translations are included - in effect being duplicates.
Another aspect that made this worthwhile is the depth and breadth of the circle of people with whom he worked. That list of names alone has a "wow factor". Carl Jung was evidently about 6 people worth of energy in one human. Apr 18, Erik Graff rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Sadly, I'm using the edition decried in the book's description, so some of the newer material is not included.
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