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chosen by the author from those in his possession (par. 616). Several of the illustrations f or "Concerning Mandala Symbolism," a lso, a re now given in colour. Grateful acknowledgment is made to Mrs. Aniela Jaffe and t o M rs. M argaret S chevill-Link f or t heir kind assistance i n connection w ith t he pi ctures. T he frontispiece w as publ ished i n t he Swiss m agazine Du (April 1955) , w ith t he br ief a rticle by P rofessor Jung on m andalas which is given in the appendix. This "Mandala of a Modern Man" was painted in 1916.

EDITORIAL NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION Bibliographical c itations a nd entries ha ve been revised in the light of subsequent publications in the Collected Works and essential corrections have be en made. J ung's a cknowledgment i n hi s Memories, D reams, Reflections of having painted the mandala illustrated in the frontispiece, and four other mandalas in this volume, is explained on page 355, n.l.

TRANSLATOR'S NOTE Grateful a cknowledgment i s m ade t o t hose w hose t ranslations ha ve been consulted: Mr. W. S. Dell, for help derived from his translations of two pa pers: "Archetypes of the C ollective Uno, c onscious" a nd "The Meaning of lndividuation" (here entitled "Conscious, Unconscious, and lndividuation"), both published in The Integration of the Personality; Mrs. Cary F. B aynes a nd M iss X imena de A ngulo, f or permission t o use, virtually u nchanged, l ong por tions of t heir t ranslations of "Psychological A spects of t he M other A rchetype" a nd " Concerning Rebirth," i ssued i n Spring (New Y ork), 1943 a nd 1944; a nd t o M iss Hildegard Nagel, for reference to her translation of "The Psychology of the Trickster-Figure," in Spring, 1955.

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THE ARCHETYPES
AND THE

COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
SECOND EDITION

C. G. JUNG

TRANSLATED BY R. F. C. HULL

ROUTLEDGE

L0NDON

TRANSLATOR'S NOTE

TRANSLATOR'S NOTE Grateful a cknowledgment i s m ade t o t hose w hose t ranslations ha ve been consulted: Mr. W. S. Dell, for help derived from his translations of two pa pers: "Archetypes of the C ollective Uno, c onscious" a nd "The Meaning of lndividuation" (here entitled "Conscious, Unconscious, and lndividuation"), both published in The Integration of the Personality; Mrs. Cary F. B aynes a nd M iss X imena de A ngulo, f or permission t o use, virtually u nchanged, l ong por tions of t heir t ranslations of "Psychological A spects of t he M other A rchetype" a nd " Concerning Rebirth," i ssued i n Spring (New Y ork), 1943 a nd 1944; a nd t o M iss Hildegard Nagel, for reference to her translation of "The Psychology of the Trickster-Figure," in Spring, 1955.

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EDITORIAL NOTE

EDITORIAL NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION Bibliographical c itations a nd entries ha ve been revised in the light of subsequent publications in the Collected Works and essential corrections have be en made. J ung's a cknowledgment i n hi s Memories, D reams, Reflections of having painted the mandala illustrated in the frontispiece, and four other mandalas in this volume, is explained on page 355, n.l.

TRANSLATOR'S NOTE

chosen by the author from those in his possession (par. 616). Several of the illustrations f or "Concerning Mandala Symbolism," a lso, a re now given in colour. Grateful acknowledgment is made to Mrs. Aniela Jaffe and t o M rs. M argaret S chevill-Link f or t heir kind assistance i n connection w ith t he pi ctures. T he frontispiece w as publ ished i n t he Swiss m agazine Du (April 1955) , w ith t he br ief a rticle by P rofessor Jung on m andalas which is given in the appendix. This "Mandala of a Modern Man" was painted in 1916.

EDITORIAL NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION Bibliographical c itations a nd entries ha ve been revised in the light of subsequent publications in the Collected Works and essential corrections have be en made. J ung's a cknowledgment i n hi s Memories, D reams, Reflections of having painted the mandala illustrated in the...
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