Number and Time

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Northwestern University Press, 1974 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 332 pages
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C. G. Jung's work in his later years suggested that the seemingly divergent sciences of psychology and modern physics might, in fact, be approaching a unified world model in which the dualism of matter and psyche would be resolved. Jung believed that the natural integers are the archetypal patterns that regulate the unitary realm of psyche and matter, and that number serves as a special instrument for man's becoming conscious of this unity.

Writen in a clear style and replete with illustrations which help make the mathematical ideas visible, Number and Time is a piece of original scholarship which introduces a view of how "mind" connects with "matter" at the most fundamental level.
 

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No point to write a review--Marie von Franz was a true genius and was her time and is still this time ahead.
Her works are gifts to us.
How fantastic this book is in trying to bring over to us that 'number' underpins as unit of order (quantitative and qualitative) our reality; and that number is THE most basic structural element around which the physical and our psychic (inner spiritual) world...turns and by which we can perceive it in an orderly fashion.  

Contents

PSYCHE AND MATTER
3
CHAPTER
15
CHAPTER THREE
35
CHAPTER FOUR
59
CHAPTER FIVE
87
CHAPTER
101
CHAPTER SEVEN
113
THE FIELD OF THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
137
HISTORICAL AND MATHEMATICAL MODELS
169
CHAPTER ELEVEN
195
CHAPTER TWELVE
213
NUMBER AND THE PARAPSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS
233
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
265
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
285
SUMMARY AND OUTLOOK
301
Copyright

CHAPTER NINE
155

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