Jung, Synchronicity, and Human Destiny
C.G. Jung's Theory of Meaningful CoinicidenceBook - 1987
C. G. Jung's theory of synchronicity, developed in his later years, is recognized as one of his most original and far-reaching areas of study. According to Jung, synchronistic experiences exemplify a dimension of human experience beyond the realm explained by conventional cause and effect thinking.
Publisher: New York : Julian Press, 1987, c1973
Edition: 1987 ed
Branch Call Number: 150.1954 P943j 1987
Characteristics: 176 p. ; 23 cm