Dört Arketip

D rt Arketip T p ve psikiyatri k kenli bir ruh z mlemecisi olan Jung un psikolojik tiplemeler kompleksler teorisi ve s zc k a r m testi gibi zg n bilimsel katk lar g n m z psikolojisi ve psikiyatrisi i inde h l

  • Title: Dört Arketip
  • Author: C.G. Jung Zehra Aksu Yılmazer
  • ISBN: 9789753424141
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • T p ve psikiyatri k kenli bir ruh z mlemecisi olan Jung un, psikolojik tiplemeler, kompleksler teorisi ve s zc k a r m testi gibi zg n bilimsel katk lar g n m z psikolojisi ve psikiyatrisi i inde h l yerini korumaktad r Bunun tesinde, bug n Jung u bir ekol olarak anmam z n nedeni, b t n insan bilimlerine yans yan t rev ve etkileriyle simge alan ndaki al malarT p ve psikiyatri k kenli bir ruh z mlemecisi olan Jung un, psikolojik tiplemeler, kompleksler teorisi ve s zc k a r m testi gibi zg n bilimsel katk lar g n m z psikolojisi ve psikiyatrisi i inde h l yerini korumaktad r Bunun tesinde, bug n Jung u bir ekol olarak anmam z n nedeni, b t n insan bilimlerine yans yan t rev ve etkileriyle simge alan ndaki al malar , ve ki isel ya da kolektif bilin d n n dinamiklerini ve g r ngelerini irdeleyen yap tlar d r Jung d ncesinin antropolojiden teoloji ve felsefeye, etnolojiden sosyolojiye ok geni bir alanda kal c izleri vard r.

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    1. Other reviewers have made general statements about the four archetypes -- Mother, Rebirth, Spirit, Trickster - covered in this volume of C.G. Jung's work. For the purpose of this review and as a way of conveying the richness of Jung's archetypes, I will focus on one specific aspect of the Rebirth archetype: Enlargement of Personality.Jung begins this section with the sentence, "The personality is seldom, in the beginning, what it will be later on." Thus, a kind of metamorphosis is at the very co [...]

    2. An Illustration of LokiJung, among the many psychologists of his time, is the only one who made extensive efforts to bridge Eastern practices and beliefs which are characterized by the power of the collective in shaping the workings of the mind. This book made me understand more the Analytical theory of Jung at a conceptual level and I can say that Jung has been very influential to me.He explored spirituality, mysticism and religious belief not to criticize them, but to recognize their importanc [...]

    3. Kitaptaki kavramlar ve mitolojik örnekler bana okuma açısından ağır ve karmaşık geldi. Jung'un Keşfedilmemiş Benlik kitabı okuma ve anlama açısından daha kolay bir kitaptı benim için. Bu kitapta da elbet altını çizdiğim, düşündürücü satırlar oldu tabi. Genel olarak okunması zor bir kitap gibi geldi bana. Psikolojideki terimleri de bilmeden anlamayı daha da zorlaştırıyor. Biraz daha konunun uzmanına hitap ediyor sanırım.

    4. Here's a gateway to understand women, personal development, spirit symbolism (psychic integration), and the trickster archetype. Personally, I've found it especially helpful in understanding the mother-complex: the way a woman's relationship with her mother either diminishes her feminine qualities or intensifies them.The MotherJung presents a survey of psychological types associated with the mother-complex in daughters. The symptoms range from total immersion—identification with the daughter r [...]

    5. Four selections from across Jung's collected works. These are the standard Hull translation lifted wholesale from other editions. The archetypes covered at: the mother; rebirth; the spirit; the trickster. There is not important or even necessary connection between the selections in this book. If I remember they were all taken from different publications and the only thing they have in common is that they are all chapters (or partial chapters) on archetypes. Jung certainly wrote in depth about mo [...]

    6. Jung ve Borges bir akşam yemeği yeseydi de ben de onlara bir tepsi baklava ikram etseydim yan masadan diye düşündüm kitabı okurken. Kitabın içeriği bir yana, bir insanı tanıyor olmak, jung'un zihninde dolaşmak hayli mitolojik bir yolculuk. Zihninizde medeniyet tarihini canlandırırken, diğer yandan psikoloji odağını kaybetmeyen Jung, onca kavram ve anlatının sonuna vurucu bir ben, bilinçdışı, üstben, persona, gölge çıkarımı koyuyor. Bu kavramları netleştirmeden ok [...]

    7. Was hoping to find "On the Interpretation of Dreams" since I am thoroughly tired of my repetitive ones and thought that might be helpful. But this was all the Jung in the St. Andrew's library, which is where I was last night. Read the Mother Archetype last night, and was rather disappointed since I'd hoped for more explanation and interpretation than results of bad mothering. And, of course, I could instantly see myself in some of the Bad Mother examples he gave!Not an easy read as the book was [...]

    8. This book, like the other writings of Carl G. Jung, is a great gift to mankind. It can provide insight to any reader who wishes to explore the realm of the commonly unseen, yet still exists, and can be felt at a time or another somewhere deep inside your soul. I think I have read this book three or four times now, but every time I open it, the impact it has on me is again immense. There is an infinite number of reflective "ideas" that can arise based on the contents of the book, perhaps because [...]

    9. I read half of this book one day in the library, digressing from a research paper that I was supposed to be writing. The Four Archetypes, having nothing to do with my research topic, endeared me to Jung immensely and inspired me to incorporate some of his more relevant philosophies as sources in my final paper. I am rereading it in full with particular interest in the section on rebirth.

    10. It requires so much pre-readings about mythos, world folk tales, religion history, Jung's early works, and ultimately psychologyotherwise you can only understand, at best, 30 per cent of the book. It can also take long time to read and fully digest it. A sad story :) Also, Jung's narration seems little complicated and, of course, abstractHowever, in the final scene, it worths. Good luck.

    11. modern dünya insanı nasıl bir "hilebaz figürüne" dönüştürür? bu son makaleyi okuduğumda kafamda tolstoy'un vatanseverlik için yaptığı açıklama çınladı birden: "vatanseverlik katillerin eğilimlerini tatmin edecek bir prensip sağlar."modern dünya bizi ışte tam da bu yüzden bir "hilebaz figürüne" dönüştürür.

    12. I really wish that Jung had been more aware of his sexism. I would have loved to have been swept up by the idea of the archetype, but I cannot get past his limited view of what women are. What a fool. What an archetypal child.

    13. This is a terribly difficult read. Too much Greek and Latin. The last half of the book was nearly useless. The first half wasn't too bad and teaches things which relate to man which LDS authors often neglect.

    14. This book was a collection of essays for four archetypes: the Mother, Rebirth, the Spirit in Fairy Tales, and the Trickster. The reading could be a bit dry, but I love Carl Jung and found the essays insightful.

    15. Still readingJung's deep analysis of the mother archetype is simply amazing.birth is even more wonderful these books are specially written for gnosticsmply simply amazing.ey hold out life's meaning for you.y if you are willing to look deep.

    16. I detest Jung's arragant manner of writing. It's infuriating the way he referes to himself so highly, as an "Empiricist"! (But of course, he's an empiricist in that his conclusions are based on his personal experiences, and not of a reliable interpretor of the imformation). I mostly focus on the Mother Archetype because it's the one I found most lamentable, as the rest are rather banal comparetively. The Mother Complex in Jung works as a aperatus for a daughter to reach identification with the m [...]

    17. Jung digs into four major archetypes, each from the point of view of clinical psychology, normal psychology, and fairy tales. It's a look at archetypes by the person who coined the word's use in psychology.

    18. Mostly very accessible and enjoyable, this is another contribution to the idea that psychology is not merely about man but about the entire world in which man lives.

    19. İçinde hayli ilginç bilgilerin, çözümlemelerin olduğu bir kitap ama tarz hayli sıkıcı, zor ilerliyor insan.

    20. Even though my psychology background is enough, I find this book badly hard to read. While picking up this slim volume I was hoping to find something useful like introduction to archetypal pedagogy; but there are no sufficient examples and even no mention to certain important archetypes.Jung himself says while thera are limitless archetypes, many different types may overlap& combine at any given time. I am too, upset with the irrelevant selection of these four.Nevertheless amazed by the cult [...]

    21. Errr I must say this is a very heavy read I did finish the book but couldn't retain much. As a polymath in mythology, psychology, religion and philosophy, Jung offers an (insanely difficult?) exciting and novel analysis of the fundamental unconscious foundation that we as human beings all share. They are: mother, rebirth, spirit and trickster. Surveying their role in myth, fairytale and scripture, Jung challenges the way we perceive ourselves. However, if you fall asleep when reading this book, [...]

    22. Jung okumanin sinirlari genisleten, zihni acan ve olaylara-olgulara farkli acilardan bakmayi saglayan bir eylem oldugu kanisindayim. Bu baglamda Jung'in makalelerinin bir derlemesi olan kitap, kesinlikle okunmaya deger. Fakat yayinevinin bazi kavramlarin cevirilerinde ve detaylandirilmasinda karmasa yasadigini dusunuyorum. Farkli yerlerde ayni kavramlarin baska cevirileri mevcut. Kitapta yer yer yazim hatalari da goze carpiyor. Yayinevinin boyle bir derleme yapmasi muhtesem fakat yaklasim karisi [...]

    23. Quite disappointing. Because the text is largely comprised of sections of other, more exhaustive works, there is a continuity missing. There is little in the way of insightful explanation of archetypal pedagogy. These four archetypes, and much of the text for that matter, seem to have been selected as a bit of intended marketing to new age types, rather than for those serious students of psychology.

    24. Four Archetypes is an abridged volume of Jung's work, The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious. It can serve only purposes of review in my opinion. While it is a welcome refresher, anyone who wants to sample Jung (and almost everyone will be sampling due to Jung's extensive bibliography) would be better off going with Psychology of the Unconscious, Psychological Types, and the above mentioned work.

    25. One of my favorites although it is not really that comprehensive. I just think it's entertaining light reading because you just read one of the articles at a time. I don't know if I'd recommend it really, as I feel it's slender and not as representative somehow, but maybe I should change my mind on that. I love it. I read the trickster article frequently.

    26. This book was an out of the world experience. The the kind of stories and the kind of explanations it bears are phenomenal and sometimes even scary. I got nightmares on the day I had read this book before sleep. I have never before read a book with such a deep insight into the human mind itself.

    27. I read this mainly for the essay on the trickster, and as a bit of a refresher on Jung because it had been a long time since I'd read a selection of his work. Unfortunately, this collection was far too dated, dense and dry (alliteration!) to enjoy or even to offer more than a passing interest.

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