Anima & Animus

1 hour 50 minutes



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Topics: Anima.

Anima & Animus

Jung described the anima as the archetypal image of the “feminine” in men, and the animus as the “masculine” image held by women. The function of these psychic components is explored, as well as problematic aspects of Jung’s theory pointed out by contemporary critiques.

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© 1994 James Wyly
Ⓟ 1994 CG Jung Institute of Chicago

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Wyly, James

James Wyly, PsyD was a Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist. He also held a doctorate in music. He is author of The Phallic Quest: Priapus and Masculine Inflation. In Memoriam: James Wyly



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