It recounts Wolfgang Pauli's amazing relationship with Carl Jung during one of the most creative period in human history.
By the end, I felt like I had a good sense of the unusual relationship between Pauli and Jung; and their positive influence on each other.
Readers of Carl Jung may find this book more interesting than Pauli fans, as it is more biographical and "Jungian" in content.
This is a fantastic book that was long overdue. It recounts Wolfgang Pauli's amazing relationship with Carl Jung during one of the most creative period in human history. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Normand Hamel
I enjoyed reading this book particularly as it hints at the interface between physics and psychoanalysis, and the contrasting personalities of Jung's seriousness as opposed to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Malcolm Stanton
The book gave me more insight into the the minds of both men. The quantum concepts are never easy to explain. And Carl Jung, for his part, can be dense in his writing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by StevieGee1945
Extraordinary tale of two men who changed the world. This will have you scurrying to learn more about them. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Weiss
This book is like two biographies that overlap. The author has a PhD in physics so the emphasis tends to be on Pauli, but he certainly did some serious research on Jung and writes... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Robert Gray
Its à good read , but little heavy , SO i did not finisch it , when i do let you know.Published 23 months ago by HEnli
A "cosmic number" that is tantamount to the skeleton key of the universe is among the most intoxicating of notions. Read morePublished on February 21, 2012 by Ray Erskins
A.I. Miller throws a new light on the relationship between W.Pauli and C. Jung and describes in a magistral way how, what was at the beginning a professional consultation of Jung... Read morePublished on December 19, 2011 by Philippe J. Pommez