Ethics in the Psyche’s Individuating Development Towards the Self
What I am about to say here presupposes Jung’s view of man and the world, at least along its general lines, and — more particularly — it draws upon his concepts of Shadow, Anima-Animus, and Self. Without creating any further problems, I shall also suppose that “ethics” means awareness of and distinguishing between just and unjust, good and bad human actions.
KeywordsEthical Attitude Unify Current Aristotelian Logic Phenomenal Nature Psychic Factor
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