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Welch, M. Pye, F. (1971). Curatorium C. G. Jung Institute (Eds.) Conscience. Trans. R. F. C. Hull and R. Horine, Evanton, U.S.A., North Western University Press, 1970. pp. x + 211. $6.50.. J. Anal. Psychol., 16(2):218-220.
   

(1971). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 16(2):218-220

Curatorium C. G. Jung Institute (Eds.) Conscience. Trans. R. F. C. Hull and R. Horine, Evanton, U.S.A., North Western University Press, 1970. pp. x + 211. $6.50.

Review by:
Mary Welch

Faye Pye

The seven lectures which comprise this book were given in Zürich 1957-8 under the auspices of the C. G. Jung Institute, Zürich. The original German version was published in 1958. The English edition loses nothing of its point and significance by appearing twelve years later.

Those for whom the German was inaccessible will be able to read the English with an awareness sharpened by world trends in the intervening period. Analysts and all who are concerned with the application of the insights of depth psychology will have become more acutely conscious of the confusion of standards and values and the disruption that this causes within the individual psyche. Others who are more concerned with collective expressions of conscience, especially in the international setting, will appreciate that ‘this is where we see an ever-deepening void stretching before us, a kind of no-man's-land which gives back no echo, in which the voice of conscience dies away without effect’ (Zbinden, p. 7).

The lectures deal with conscience as a phenomenon intrinsic in human life. Seven eminent exponents express their views, together representing aspects of sociology, economics, religion and depth psychology.

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