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Depth Psychology and a New Ethic Paperback – June 10, 1990
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Text: English, German (translation)
About the Author
Erich Neumann was a psychoanalyst who studied with C. G. Jung in Zurich. Trained in philosophy and medicine, he was also a poet and novelist. Dr. Neumann practiced analytical psychology in Tel Aviv from 1934 until his death in 1960. Among his other books are The Child, The Great Mother, and The Origins and History of Consciousness.
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The author also addresses what happens when we human beings identify strictly with things that are "good" in us and repress things that we consider bad or even hate about ourselves. Repression may work for a human being somewhat when we were children but it gets pretty ugly if we continue to repress into adolescence and later into adulthood. Many writers have pointed out that the over-identification with what is good inside of us and the repression of things that we do not like or even detest about ourselves is the chief cause of tension and even hatred between individuals, races, and nations.