Selected Writings

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Princeton University Press, 1988 - 289 ˹

The enigmatic sixteenth-century Swiss physician and natural philosopher Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, called Paracelsus, is known for the almost superhuman energy with which he produced his innumerable writings, for his remarkable achievements in the development of science, and for his reputation as a visionary (not to mention sorcerer) and alchemist. Little is known of his biography beyond his legendary achievements, and the details of his life have been filled in over the centuries by his admirers. This richly illustrated anthology presents in modernized language a selection of the moral thought of a man who was not only a self-willed genius charged with the dynamism of an impetuous and turbulent age but also in many ways a humble seeker after truth, who deeply influenced C. G. Jung and his followers.

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VIII
11
IX
15
X
17
XI
19
XII
25
XIII
27
XIV
33
XV
35
XXXIV
135
XXXV
139
XXXVI
143
XXXVII
151
XXXVIII
157
XXXIX
161
XL
167
XLI
171

XVI
39
XVII
45
XVIII
47
XIX
51
XX
57
XXI
63
XXII
67
XXIII
77
XXIV
85
XXV
87
XXVI
89
XXVII
93
XXVIII
97
XXIX
99
XXX
103
XXXI
109
XXXII
121
XXXIII
129
XLII
173
XLIII
175
XLIV
177
XLV
179
XLVI
183
XLVII
187
XLVIII
189
XLIX
193
L
201
LI
205
LII
211
LIII
217
LIV
227
LV
235
LVI
245
LVII
267
LVIII
281
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Jolande Jacobi was an analytical psychologist and the author of Complex/Archetype/Symbol in the Psychology of C. G. Jung (Bollingen Series, Princeton).

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