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Thread: Books and Media Recommendations

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    Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK

    Default Books and Media Recommendations


    Post a new topic here with the title of a favourite book, video, CD or other media loosely related to Met, CL, CS and SyM. Optionally, include some of your reasons for recommending the item - if you do, please keep it compact.

    Note: The 'loosely related' above means that so long as you can argue some kind of relationship to things cognitive, conceptual, psychological, metaphorical, etc, even a recipe book will fit the bill.

    Beware of using long quotations of copyrighted material. Short and sweet is probably okay if you reference authors appropriately - the responsibilty for this rests with you.

    Please supply all the reference data that you know to help others get hold of the item. Ideally, we suggest a minimum of:

    Year Published

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    ISBN (or other reference number)
    Where it was published
    Where you bought your copy


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    Last edited by xforumadmin; 26 March 2005 at 01:19 PM.

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    Default Man and his Symbols by Carl Jung

    This is an often-quoted reference book for SyM, and having actually read it from cover to cover recently I was bowled over with its reference and connections to CL and SyM. This might be stating the obvious for those of you from a psychology-trained background, but me from a business / NLP history I found Jung's insights to be absolutely astounding, and it deepened my understanding of how and why CL and SyM works.

    Author(s) Carl Jung
    Title Man and His Symbols
    Publisher Pan Books
    Year Published 1978

    ISBN (or other reference number) 0-330-25321-2
    Where it was published London
    Where you bought your copy Second-hand bookshop in Plymouth

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