Jung e l’alchimia by Diego Pignatelli Spinazzola

Jung e l’alchimia is merely a narrative approach that closely folows up C. G. Jung’s alchemy ad analogiam. It is grounded on Jung’s theory but enriched within the same Latin and vocabulary of Swiss psychiatrist. It is definetely an overview of Jung’s hermeneutics on Gnosis with the aid of narrative approach and commentary as well as psychological and analytical perspectives onto C. G. Jung’s Hermeticism and alchemy. It is made up of collected pieces grounded on a particular Jungian topics.

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Google translation: “Coniunctionis Mysterium”, the final work of Jung is a treaty by which the author extrapolates the original latinismo Jungian. It is the material of the “works” of Jung’s gloss analytical adjacent “Jung and achimia” intends to lay an extensive look at the theoretical thickness and mimic the ideas of Swiss psychologist. This process of revisiting Kit technicist the founder of analytical psychology, ultimately, will be addressed in this separate headquarters in an effort to revive mitopoietico alchemy faithful to the various hermeneutical approaches to Jung. What “opus alchymicum” that in the same thematic complexity and semantics of the subjects undertaken by the psychoanalyst in Zurich and there carefully extended for a reworking of the various synoptic “Psychology and Alchemy” (1944), “Aion” (1951), “Mysterium coniunctionis” (1955 / 56), “Studies on alchemy” (1929/1957), “The psychology of the transference ‘(1946), also offers a number of innovative hybrid analogismi and related theoretical development of the father of analytical psychology. Interpretation so voluntarily hermetic but aimed at opening a new hermeneutical key of reading in the thought of C.G. Jung.