Decanonizing the Field
Chapter 9. Autobiography and an Architecture of Self
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AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND AN ARCHITECTURE OF SELF
Is there an authentic self? In Jungian terms, this concept is roughly equivalent to the religious concept of soul (Jung, 1939). In Jung’s imagery of self, Self is the totality of which ego, personality, animus, anima, and so on, are constituent parts. Personality is that which is socially expressed and constituted; it merges and separates itself from Self.
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