"Spoto's interpretation of Jung's typology is both spirited and forthright in a sense which Jung could approve. Mr. Spoto's book reflects a constant awareness of Jung's work as a whole. His writing style is clear, vigorous, and balanced." —Robert A. Johnson, author of He, She, We and Inner Work
In a spirited and accessible interpretation, Spoto presents at least four perspectives on Jung’s philosophy of typology, including an analysis of the popular Myers-Brigg Type Indicator. He shows where typology fits into Jung’s broader analytical work and illustrates how typology—while just a branch of Jung's psychology—can lead to a deeper understanding of Jung’s entire model of the human personality.