Dr. Murray Stein’s prolific career has produced a substantial body of writings, lectures, and interviews. His writings, captured in these volumes, span a wide domain of topics including Christianity, individuation, midlife, the practice of analytical psychology, and topics in contemporary society. His deep understanding of analytical psychology is much more than an academic discourse, but rather a deeply personal study of Jung that spans nearly half a century.
Volume 7 of the Collected Writings of Murray Stein brings together the author’s writings on moral conscience and the problem of evil as developed in the works of C.G. Jung and other psychologists and philosophers. Included are reflections on the nature of evil and the source of evil, the importance of becoming conscious of what Jung called “the shadow” aspect of the personality, and the role of the individuation process for containment of shadow enactments.
Table of Contents
Chapter One – The Complexity of Conscience
Chapter Two – Solar Conscience
Chapter Three – Lunar Conscience
Chapter Four – Relations Between Solar and Lunar Conscience
Introduction to Jung on Evil
C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann on the Problem of Evil
A Formula for Violence
Explorations of Shadow: An Interview with Len Cruz
Answer to Evil
The Shadow and the Problem of Evil