What are some good books on general theories about the complex in psychology?

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Antonia Wolff . Introduction to the basics of the complex psychology. Berlin 1935

Antonia Wolff . The concept of the archetype in the complex psychology and its relationship to international science. Berlin 1950

Antonia Wolff . The cultural significance of complex psychology. Festschrift for the 60th Jung's birthday 1935Studies of Jungian psychology. Zurich 1959, Einsiedeln 1981

Andrew Samuels, Bani Shorter and Fred Plaut. A Critical Dictionary of Jungian Analysis, Routledge: New York, 1986, pp. 33-35.

Joseph Cambray, Linda Carter. Analytical psychology: contemporary perspectives in Jungian analysis

Hans Dieckmann, Boris Matthews (Translator), Complexes: Diagnosis and Therapy in Analytical Psychology



A good resource for the field is:
http://www.jungchicago.org/pages.php?page=ap

Google Scholar and Jstor are good places to search for current scholarly articles.

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principles of psycology william james

anything by shakespeare but mostly othello or merchant of venice--for a treaties on human weakness

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