C.G. Jung saw in the cultural history of Western man a progressive evolution of its God-image. During the last ten years of his life, he wrote a series of remarkable letters about the new God-image which is now emerging through the discoveries of depth psychology.
Edinger discusses fourteen of these letters with respect to the epistemological premises—modern man's new awareness of subjectivity; the paradoxical Godthe nature of the new God—image as a union of opposites; and the continuing incarnation—how the new God-image is born in individual men and women.
|Edward F. Edinger is a leading Jungian analyst residing in Los Angeles. He is a founding member of the C. G. Junf Foundation of New York, and former chairman of the C. G. Jung Training Center in New York where he practiced for many years. Dr. Edinger is the author of fourteen books dealing with the Jungian themes of archetypes, psyche, Self, and analysis.|
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