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Publisher's Summary

Carl Jung was one of the 20th century’s most significant psychological theorists. He developed concepts we use every day - introverts and extroverts chief among them. Mark Vernon’s eight-part book explores some of Jung’s key ideas and also looks at his relationship with the other giant of the mind - Sigmund Freud.
The How to Believe series of books explores the teachings, philosophies, and beliefs of major thinkers and religious texts. In a short, easy-to-access format, leading writers present new understandings of these perennially important ideas.
©2013 Mark Vernon (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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By Julia Goebel on 10-02-16

Interesting

I'm not sure what compelled me to listen to this but it is a good overall view of Jung's beliefs and life.

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By pablo on 06-30-16

Greeeattt Book!!

Where does Carl Jung rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I will give this book 5 stars.. it was great

What does Ralph Lister bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

the accent was great

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By Manto on 01-24-15

Fantastic introduction to Jung

An excellent introduction to the brilliant Carl Jung. The short book has a bit of his biography, his relationship with Freud, the current relevance of his ideas and his views on religion. I think the short book is just perfect to induce some thought memes and gets you do some serious thinking.


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