For those who have not read “Psychological Types” by Carl Jung a review of the “Table of Contents” may suffice in demonstrating that there is substantively more to “Psychological Types” than the mere designation of a person as an “Introvert” or “Extrovert” and the reduction of the majesty of the human personality to a four-letter “Type.”

CHAPTER I. THE PROBLEM OF TYPES IN THE
HISTORY OF CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL
THOUGHT 15

  1. Psychology in the Classical Age : the Gnostics, Tertullian, and Origen 15
  2. The Theological Disputes of the Ancient Church 30
  3. The Problem of Transubstantiation 33
  4. Nominalism and Realism 37
    (a) The Problem of the Universalia in the Classical; Age, 38 ; (b) The Universalia Problem in Scholasticism, 52 ; (c) Abelard’s Attempt at Conciliation, 62; 5. The Holy Communion Controversy between Luther and Zwingli 84

CHAPTER II. SCHILLER’S IDEAS UPON THE TYPE
PROBLEM

  1. Letters on the Esthetic Education of Man 87
    (a) The Superior and the Inferior Functions, 87 ;
    (b) Concerning the Basic Instincts, 123
  2. A Discussion on Naive and Sentimental Poetry 163
    (a) The Naive Attitude, 165; (b) The Sentimental Attitude, 166 ; (c) The Idealist and the Realist, 168

CHAPTER III. THE APOLLONIAN AND THE DIONYSIAN 170
CHAPTER IV. THE TYPE PROBLEM IN THE DISCERNMENT
OF HUMAN CHARACTER

  1. General Remarks upon Jordan’s Types 184
  2. Special Description and Criticism of the Jordan Types 191
    (a) The Introverted Woman (the more-impassioned
    woman), 191 ; (b) The Extraverted Woman (the less-impassioned woman), 195; (c) The Extraverted; Man, 200 ; (d) The Introverted Man, 204

CHAPTER V. THE PROBLEM OF TYPES IN POETRY CARL SPITTLER’S Prometheus and Epimethius

  1. Introductory Remarks on Spittler’s Characterization of Types 207
  2. A Comparison of Spittler’s with Goethe’s Prometheus 215
  3. The Significance of the Reconciling Symbol 234
    (a) The Brahmanic Conception of the Problem of the Opposites, 242 ; (b) Concerning the Brahmanic Conception of the Reconciling Symbol, 247;
    (c) The Reconciling Symbol as the Principle of Dynamic Regulation, 257; () The Reconciling Symbol in Chinese Philosophy, 264
  4. The Relativity of the Symbol 272
    (a) The Service of Woman and the Service of the Soul, 272 ; (b) The Relativity of the Idea of God in Meister Eckhart, 297
  5. The Nature of the Reconciling Symbol in Spitteler 320

CHAPTER VI. THE TYPE PROBLEM IN PSYCHIATRY 337

CHAPTER VII. THE PROBLEM OF TYPICAL ATTITUDES
IN AESTHETICS 358

CONTENTS

CHAPTER VIII. THE PROBLEM OF TYPES IN MODERN
PHILOSOPHY

  1. William James’ Types 372
  2. The Characteristic Pairs of Opposite* in James’ Types 382
    (a) Rationalism v. Empiricism, 382 ; (b) Intellectualism v. Sensationalism, 387; (c) Idealism v. Materialism, 387 ; (<*) Optimism v. Pessimism, 389 ; (e) Religiousness v. Irreligiousness, 391; (f) Indeterminism v. Determinism, 393 ; (g) Monism v.
    Pluralism, 396 ; (h) Dogmatism v. Scepticism, 396
  3. General Criticism of James’ Conception 397

CHAPTER IX. THE TYPE PROBLEM IN BIOGRAPHY 401

CHAPTER X. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPES

A. Introduction 412

B. The Extraverted Type 416

(I) The General Attitude of Consciousness 416
(II) The Attitude of the Unconscious 422
(III) The Peculiarities of Basic Psychological
Functions in the Extraverted Attitude 428
I. Thinking, 428; 2. The Extraverted Thinking Type, 434; 3. Feeling, 446; 4. The Extraverted Feeling Type, 448; 5. Recapitulation of Extraverted Rational Types, 452; 6. Sensation, 456; 7. The Extraverted Sensation Type, 457 ; 8. Intuition,
461 ; 9- The Extraverted Intuitive Type, 464 ; 10. Recapitulation of Extraverted Irrational Types, 468

C. The Introverted Type

(I) The General Attitude of Consciousness 471
(II) The Unconscious Attitude 477
(III) Peculiarities of the Basic Psychological Functions in the Introverted Attitude 480
I. Thinking, 480; 2. The Introverted Thinking Type, 484; 3. Feeling, 489; 4- The Introverted Feeling Type, 492; 5. Recapitulation of Introverted Rational Types, 495; 6. Sensation, 498; 7. The Introverted Sensation Type, 500; 8. Intuition, 505 ; 9. The Introverted Intuitive Type, 508; 10. Recapitulation of Introverted Irrational Types, 511; n. The Principal and Auxiliary Functions, 513

CHAPTER XI. DEFINITIONS 518

i. Abstraction, 520;2. Affect, 522;3. Affectivity, 523;4. Anima, 524;5. Apperception, 524; 6. Archaism, 524;7. Assimilation, 525; 8. Attitude, 526;9. Collective, 530;10. Compensation, 531; n. Concretism, 533;12. Consciousness, 535 13. Constructive, 536;14. Differentiation, 539;15. Dissimilation, 540; 16. Ego, 540; 17. Emotion,
541;18. Enantiodromia, 541;19. Extroversion, 542; 20. Feeling, 543;21. Feeling-into, 547; 22. Function, 547 ; 23. Idea, 547;24. Identification, 551 I 2 5- Identity, 552;26. Image, 554;27. Individual, 560;28. Individuality, 561;29. Individuation, 561;30. Inferior Function, 563 ; 31. Instinct, 565;32. Intellect, 566; 33. Introjection, 566 ; 34. Introversion, 567;35. Intuition, 567;36. Irrational, 569; 37. Libido, 571;38.
Objective Plane, 572; 39. Orientation, 572;40. “Participation Mystique”, 572;41. Phantasy, 573;42. Power-Complex, 582;43. Projection, 582;44. Rational, 583; 45. Reductive, 584;46. Self, 585 ;47. Sensation, 585; 48. Soul, 588; 49. Soul-Image, 596; 50. Subjective Plane, 599; 51. Symbol, 601 ;52. Synthetic, 610;53. Thinking,
611;54. Transcendent Function, 612;55. Type, 612;56. Unconscious, 613; 57. Will, 616.

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