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"The years, of which I have spoken to you, when I pursued the inner images, were the most important time of my life. Everything else is to be derived from this. It began at that time, and the later details hardly matter anymore. My entire life consisted in elaborating what had burst forth from the unconscious and flooded me like an enigmatic stream and threatened to break me. That was the stuff and material for more than only one life. Everything later was merely the outer classification, the scientific elaboration, and the integration into life. But the numinous beginning, which contained everything, was then." These are the words of the psychologist C. G. Jung in 1957, referring to the decades he worked on The Red Book from 1914 to 1930. Although its existence has been known for more than eighty years, The Red Book was never published or made available to the wide audience of Jung's students and followers. Nothing less than the central book of Jung's oeuvre, it is being published now in a full facsimile edition with a contextual essay and notes by the noted Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani and translated by Mark Kyburz, John Peck, and Sonu Shamdasani. It will now be possible to study Jung's self-experimentation through primary documentation rather than fantasy, gossip, and speculation, and to grasp the genesis of his later work. For nearly a century, such a reading has simply not been possible, and the vast literature on his life and work has lacked access to the single most important document. This publication opens the possibility of a new era in understanding Jung's work. It provides a unique window into how he recovered his soul and constituted a psychology. It is possibly the most influential hitherto unpublished work in the history of psychology. This exact facsimile of The Red Book reveals not only an extraordinary mind at work but also the hand of a gifted artist and calligrapher. Interspersed among more than two hundred lovely illuminated pages are paintings


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  • Relié: 416 pages
  • Editeur : W. W. Norton & Co.; Édition : Box (9 octobre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0393065677
  • ISBN-13: 978-0393065671
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,1 x 0,6 x 4,6 cm
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Icône le 4 novembre 2010
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Plus qu'un livre, une magnifique oeuvre d'art incontournable pour ceux qui s'intéressent à Jung et pour les curieux de psychologie, de psychanalyse, de symbolisme et d'art.
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5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Michel Boccara le 25 février 2011
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ouvrage essentiel pour toute personne intéressée à comprendre Jung, son mythe et son œuvre
cher mais la qualité de l'édition (fac simile et nombreuses photos couleurs) en vaut la peine
Pour le non junguiens, et en particulier les freudiens permet de comprendre l'apport original de Jung à l'histoire de la psychanalyse
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7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Mina Pulateur le 14 février 2011
Format: Relié
Ce livre m'a été offert alors que je traversais une période houleuse de ma vie, emplie de synchronicités. Cette période qui m'a permis de comprendre une partie de la pensée de Jung.
J'ai donc reçu ce livre par la poste sans m'y attendre. Première impression : sa taille : il est très grand et ne rentre pas dans ma bibliothèque. C'est donc un livre qui se lit posé sur une table.
A l'intérieur, l'original du document est numérisé et imprimé en très haute qualité. Les images sont en couleur, le texte un manuscrit en allemand. Il est traduit en anglais ultérieurement.
Pour ceux que ça intéresse, je pense que c'est un document à avoir chez soi.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par BlueSky le 31 octobre 2013
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Ce superbe grand livre est très bien organisé et documenté, et son contenu est très révélateur des processus inconscients. Mais pour bien le comprendre il faut d'abord connaitre la psychologie jungienne, donc ce n'est pas un livre qui s'adresse au grand public mais plutôt à des initiés.
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Extraordinary 3 novembre 2009
Par B. Hill - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In 1913, a 40 year old world renowned psychologist suffers recurring dreams and visions of world catastrophe. His expertise as a psychiatrist working with incurable psychotics forces him to conclude that he is on a course to madness. His training as a scientist compels him to meticulously document what he imagines will be his unavoidable decline into insanity. With the outbreak of World War I, he experiences relief in the realization that the images that have haunted him over the prior ten months pictured not his own undoing, but that of the world. As the outer conflict unfolds, he continues to record the process unfolding within his own psyche, which is reflective of the events in the larger collective. He continues the process until near the War's end, and then spends more than a decade devotedly elaborating, amplifying and illustrating the material that burst upon him during that time in order to render it comprehensible.

The Red Book is not "personal" as we use that word now. It is "personal" in the sense that it details one individual's very unique experience of coming into relationship with what Jung termed the Self, and in prior times was referred to as God, but it is at the same time very impersonal, and actually universal, in cataloguing the drama inherent in any person's formation of that relationship. The book is at home with The Odyssey, The Divine Comedy, Goethe's Faust, and, as much as anything, The Red Book is Jung's response to Thus Spoke Zarathustra and to Nietzsche's proposition that for modern man, God is dead. The response is that God is neither dead nor to be found in outer religious, national or political containers, but is to be discovered and struggled with in the living of each individual life.

A not uncommon dream is of stumbling upon a previously unknown addition or wing of one's dwelling, which addition is found to be many, many times the size of the existing structure, and to contain objects and treasures of previously unimaginable value, interest and numinousity. One is filled with awe and wonder at the new found wealth and possibilities. The experience of encountering The Red Book after spending 30 years in Jung's existing body of work is equally stupefying. That there could be so much more that Jung had to share and communicate about the human soul seems not just improbable, but impossible. Yet The Red Book is that much, much larger, more nuanced and tremendously numinous structure that is behind, under, around and the foundation for all of Jung's subsequent ideas, theories, publications and works. Extraordinary.
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Truly incredible! 16 octobre 2009
Par N. Furlotti - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I HAVE the Red Book and am in the process of reading it. It is beyond description! This truly unique book represents the personal journal one courageous man took into the dangerous realm of the unconscious in search of an understanding of himself and the structure of the human personality in general. In the process, Jung regained his soul which was lost in the contemporary malaise of spiritual alienation. Liber Novus, as the book is called, represents a prototype of the individuation process, which is seen as the universal form of individual development. Jung was a psychiatrist who worked with schizophrenics. He intuited that their fantasies held meaning important for their healing and saw that some of the fantasies corresponded to mythological motifs. This curiosity lead Jung to his own decision to drop beneath consciousness to explore the realm of these fantasies, the realm of the "dead". He did this without chemicals or inducers but through a process he called active imagination. An inner world opened up to him to explore, which he documented in his writings and paintings. The book itself is like a medieval manuscript created with great care. He worked on the book for 16 years, giving it to others to read and edit with the intention of it one day being published. Liber Novus is a book of wisdom and deserves to be studied. It invites the reader into the world of imagination--like the dream world. I have studied my dreams for years and the language is similar. It shows what we have to learn when we slow down and listen to the inner voices. I thank Jung for giving me a guide to the soul, or human personality--which ever language one prefers.
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Amazing - But why is shipping delayed, you ask? 28 novembre 2009
Par Lance Owens - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
During over two decades reading Jung, this is the book I dreamed of some day seeing. Yes, it is incredible.

But instead of adding to the many praises of the Red Book, let me comment on the editorial work that accompanies Jung's text.

Sonu Shamdasani's Introduction is undoubtedly the best available biography of Jung, though focused in context on the critical central years of Jung's life. Shamdasani is a remarkable scholar, and he has spent over 13 years with the primary documents -- material never before made available to a scholar, documents including Jung's seven Black Book journals, the various draft manuscripts of the Red Book, Jung's own dream books and letters from the period, the amazing contemporary diary of Cary F. Baynes, and innumerable other previously unpublished (and largely unknown) primary sources. After Shamdasani's work, all previous biographical evaluations of this period are irrelevant. No researcher previously had access to the basic and extensive source material upon which a biography must be founded, and thus much of what was written in past decades was either pure speculation or blatant perfidy.

BUT, you ask, why is it not in stock for shipment??

Because the publisher, Norton, was uncertain if this huge and expensive book would sell. The first printing was for only 5,000 copies! To the publisher's surprise, these sold out in pre-publication orders two months before the official release date of Oct 7, 2009. This is not an easy book to print, or reprint. Printing is done in Italy on over-sized museum quality papers, with superb binding. Unlike the average hard-cover book, ordering up another ten thousand copies of a book like this is not a simple matter. Once you hold the book, you will understand the issues involved in creating such a beautiful volume. Even the larger second printing sold out in pre-order, and was just becoming available for shipping at the end of November. The next printing will be available in December or later. Eventually the printers will catch up with demand, but it may take several more months.

If you have not seen a copy in a bookstore, it is because they CANNOT GET A COPY from the publisher! So if you want it, order now...

(May 2010 update -- We now have around 50,000 copies printed, and still lots of backorders, but production is catching up with demand. With the seventh printing the book should be in stock at most sellers. Sales have been amazing for a volume of this size and cost. For those looking for a helpful guide to a reading of the book, search for the thirteen lecture audio series on "Jung and the Red Book" by Dr. Stephan A. Hoeller, available online. This lecture series has received great reviews from many students of Jung.)

(December 2009 update -- Norton is now in the fifth printing, and still back-ordered a couple of months. The Red Book seems to have touched a soulful place in modern culture.)
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Believe the Hype 21 octobre 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book is glorious. I hardly need to comment on the content, as Jung's magnum opus is clearly of mythical proportions. And reality certainly matches the myth. Aside from the content, the presentation is outstanding. High quality color copies of his journal entries are provided in original form throughout the first half of the book, and translations and editor commentary are provided in the second half. The binding, printing and color quality are all museum grade, and I consider this an investment-quality purchase. This is by far one of the most important pieces of psychological thought, and offers a rare glimpse into a brilliant man's thinking on a highly abstruse concept.
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Journey to the centre of [a] man 26 novembre 2009
Par Peter FYFE - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you are of sound mind, stout heart, and good character, then join CG Jung on the most intrepid and exhilarating journey imaginable: the journey to the centre of [a] man (that is if you can pry this book from the cloying grip of the academics and fundamentalists long enough to enjoy it for what it is and have the grace to let it be just that).

Be warned: it's tough going. You'll be exposed to primordial figures that may remind you of some of your own. You'll be thrown into a bewildering desert of early-twentieth century Swiss-protestant metaphysics (heavily spiced by Goethe, Nietzsche, and assorted mythologies). You'll see some of the complexes and neuroses of a great man exposed in all their horror and occasional hilarity. You'll marvel as big ideas find their first voice in a seemingly unwilling recipient. You may even share a little of the horror and pain as Jung fails to see the joke his own psyche is playing on him, or perhaps even occasionally misses the point? Best, you'll see many symbols and wonders of the soul that, whilst being all too familiar, remain elusive, beckoning, and truly awesome to behold. Yep, it's your basic esoteric hero's journey, writ large, for all to misinterpret.

The Red Book is a beautiful, rare, and unique artefact of someone else's process. It's almost like a travel book, documenting CG's personal and idiosyncratic journey across the great undiscovered country within. Like its author, it's a book that will draw out and amplify each reader's deep psychological prejudices and presumptions (you may have already glimpsed some of mine). But it reveals that author and his psychology in a way his [or anyone else's] more conventional works never have.

If you love exploring the human soul, I'd be surprised if you didn't find this the most fascinating, exasperating and incredible book you've ever read, as I have. Enjoy, but be warned: you may loose some sleep over it!

PS: As befits the subject, the standard of scholarship and presentation of this book is exhaustive, exhausting, and without parallel.
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