Jean Shinoda-Bolen Writing Styles in Goddesses in Everywoman: A New Psychology of Women

Jean Shinoda-Bolen
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Perspective

The author is a contemporary Jungian psychologist of American citizenship. She has written the book based upon the real need for women to help other women by doing some of the work to develop Jungian psychology. The reason is that the men who put work into this psychological theory and system had all of the limitations and biases of that. As such, women such as the author need to complete the system by doing our/their part of the labor to bring Jungian psychology up to standard by enlightening the women related areas of the field.

The author does not make her own religious practices clear in the book. She does clarify that she is not a worshipper of the ancient Grecian deities whom she presents to the readers. She does view them as accurately representing archetypes of the female mind and modes of operation.

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