Quadrant is the C.G. Jung Foundation’s journal of interesting and accessible articles and reviews on analytical psychology and related subjects. It is devoted to the full spectrum of Jungian psychology. For subscription information and an index of articles from recent issues, see below.
Quadrant offers essays grounded in personal and professional experience, which focus on issues of matter and body, psyche and spirit. Major themes of Jung’s work are explored through mythological, archetypal and alchemical motifs and images, as well as through historical, scientific, clinical, and cultural observation.
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We invite you to view a sample article from Quadrant volume XXVII:1
The Natural Life: An Endangered Species? by Meredith Sabini (2.2MB PDF)
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