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Stein, M. (2007). Of Texts and Contexts: Reflections Upon the Publication of The Jung-White Letters. J. Anal. Psychol., 52:297-319.

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(2007). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52:297-319

Of Texts and Contexts: Reflections Upon the Publication of The Jung-White Letters

Murray Stein, Ph.D. Author Information

In addition to his many other personae, Jung was a writer and an author, which means a creator, whose written works underlie and authorize a field of thought and clinical work, i.e., analytical psychology. Not widely recognized is that many of his authored texts were stimulated by important and intense personal relationships. Freud and Victor White loom large, the first standing behind major early analytical texts like Wandlungen und Symbole der Libido and Psychological Types, the second behind later texts on culture, religion, and Christian theology. The publication of The Jung-White Letters reveals the significance of his relationship with Victor White for the authoring of Answer to Job.

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