The jung cult is an indispensable history of not only jung and his spiritual movement but also of fin de siecle europe and the ideological milieu which spawned psychoanalysis theosophy and national socialism it is interesting to see the parallels between this era especially the ascona period and the 1960s counterculture spiritual seeking . The jung cult is must reading for the christian who wants a serious objective scholarly treatment of jung and his movement although noll makes comments that indicate he is not an orthodox christian throughout this book he puts his finger on those aspects of jungs life and thought that would most concern christians. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for the jung cult origins of a charismatic movement at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. In this provocative reassessment of c g jungs thought richard noll boldly argues that such ideas as the collective unconscious and the theory of the archetypes come as much from late nineteenth century occultism neo paganism and social darwinian teachings as they do from natural science. The jung cult origins of a charismatic movement james c harris guise of a scholarly text on the history of science richard noll has written a polemic in which he makes unfounded speculations about jungs personal and professional life specifically he accuses jung of having established a neopagan religious sect a so called jung cult
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