Dream Interpretation Ancient and Modern Notes from the Seminar Given in 1936-1941

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As impressive as it was to read how Jung's students respond to the many interpretations of dreams, it is truly amazing to read this whole account (which only covers what seems to be the book report section of these seminars) compiled by these students and editors. Like many professors, the deepest thought emerge in the lecture hall, and while I would like to believe they would all make appearances in the numerous curated volumes of Jung's articles, there is something uniquely alive about the dialogue created in the moment. There is some mention about the reflection of consciousness only happening with the invention of writing, and while the unconscious remains a mystery, professor and students each contribute their thoughts on making a representative unconscious in the Zurich lecture hall. Can't wait to track down the companion book on Children's Dreams.

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