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She: Understanding Feminine Psychology (1976)

af Robert A. Johnson

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Robert A. Johnson's groundbreaking, brilliant, and insightful work on how women transition into being mature and developing their own identity--newly reissued. What does it mean to be a woman? What is the pathway to mature femininity? And what of the masculine components of a woman's personality? Many scholars and writers have long considered that the ancient myth of Amor and Psyche is really the story of a woman's task of becoming whole, complete, and individuated.  Here, examining this ancient story in depth and lighting up the details, Robert A. Johnson has produced an arresting and perceptive exploration of what it means to become a woman. You will not read these pages without understanding the important women in your life and a good deal about yourself as a woman.   More important than ever before, She offers a compelling study of women.… (mere)

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2nd read. a lot to think about. great grounding to ewtad woodman
  leebill | Apr 30, 2020 |
A deceptively simple book. Robert Johnson uses a Jungian analysis of the story of Psyche and Eros to explore notions of the feminine psyche and it's operation in human behavior. It is a slim book and so, a slim project, but a worthwhile one and certainly worth the time it takes a reader to digest his ideas. Are they male-centric ideas, as some critics have suggested? I'm yet to read a compelling argument that proves Johnson's short "project books" (She, He, We, and Owning Your Own Shadow) somehow promulgate harmful ideas. Taken as it is, this is a fine Jungian textual analysis of the story of Psyche and Eros and while that may be it's entire scope, the project is provocative enough.

Certainly recommended to anyone new to the ideas of Carl Jung, with the caveat that one shouldn't rely on Johnson as anything more than an apt practitioner in this volume. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
A deceptively simple book. Robert Johnson uses a Jungian analysis of the story of Psyche and Eros to explore notions of the feminine psyche and it's operation in human behavior. It is a slim book and so, a slim project, but a worthwhile one and certainly worth the time it takes a reader to digest his ideas. Are they male-centric ideas, as some critics have suggested? I'm yet to read a compelling argument that proves Johnson's short "project books" (She, He, We, and Owning Your Own Shadow) somehow promulgate harmful ideas. Taken as it is, this is a fine Jungian textual analysis of the story of Psyche and Eros and while that may be it's entire scope, the project is provocative enough.

Certainly recommended to anyone new to the ideas of Carl Jung, with the caveat that one shouldn't rely on Johnson as anything more than an apt practitioner in this volume. ( )
  Adrian_Astur_Alvarez | Dec 3, 2019 |
I really enjoyed this book. Short and concise, it takes the myth of Eros and Psyche and translates it to the psychology of the female in a fairly plausible way. All though it does not encompass all of the female psyche, it mainly focuses on love and relationships. A really fun read with come definite gems. ( )
  Diwanna | Aug 2, 2010 |
A Jungian classic from the 70s; simplistic in its application of psychology but popular in its time of emerging feminism. ( )
  RoyHartCentre | May 17, 2010 |
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Robert A. Johnson's groundbreaking, brilliant, and insightful work on how women transition into being mature and developing their own identity--newly reissued. What does it mean to be a woman? What is the pathway to mature femininity? And what of the masculine components of a woman's personality? Many scholars and writers have long considered that the ancient myth of Amor and Psyche is really the story of a woman's task of becoming whole, complete, and individuated.  Here, examining this ancient story in depth and lighting up the details, Robert A. Johnson has produced an arresting and perceptive exploration of what it means to become a woman. You will not read these pages without understanding the important women in your life and a good deal about yourself as a woman.   More important than ever before, She offers a compelling study of women.

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