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Carl Jung

Narrated by: Ralph Lister
Length: 59 mins
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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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  • Julia Goebel
  • 02-10-2016

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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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-01-2016

Superb!

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Superb! This was a wonderful introduction to the theories and life of Carl Jung. If you are interested in Jung psychology this is an excellent place to start.

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  • pablo
  • 30-06-2016

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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  • Weekndgrl
  • 12-03-2019

Very Eye Opening Read For Struggling Introverts

I loved this book and plan to listen to it again.
It is worth every penny and more if you ask me. It is for the beginner to Carl Jung’s work. The narrator kept me engaged the entire time and I did not want to stop listening.
If introverts are having a hard time opening up to the idea of being a part of the whole you should listen to this. Great listen thank you.

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  • jr
  • 11-01-2018

great intro to Jung

This is a great intro to Jung. short but clear and engaging. the narrator is also good

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  • Alison Hartson
  • 15-06-2015

Good Introduction to Jung

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This is my first intro to him, so I have nothing to compare it to, but it does leave me wanting to read more about him. If you're looking for a quick, inexpensive intro., it's worth it.

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  • Max
  • 06-10-2016

loved it! very intelligent, and wise.

loved it! very intelligent, and wise.loved it! very intelligent, and wise.loved it! very intelligent, and wise.

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  • Manto
  • 24-01-2015

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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