Chapman, J. Harley

Jung's Three Theories of Religious Experience
1989 0-88946-245-3
Sorts out Jung's three interwoven theories of religious experience: the scientific-psychological, the phenomenological-mythological, and the metaphysical-theological. These three theories having been distinguished, the interpreter can then make a more discerning response to what Jung was in fact doing, i.e., expounding science and phenomenology and metaphysics. This insight allows Jung's many-sided contribution to be more clearly seen and appreciated.